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purposes and private study only. The chords provided are my
interpretation and their accuracy is not guaranteed.
I Were A Carpenter lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
only, it's an wonderful classic recorded by Don Williams as well as
several other artists.
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If I Were A Carpenter Recorded by Don Williams Written by Tim Hardin
G F C G If I were a carpenter and you were a lady F C G Would you marry me anyway would you have my baby
G F C G If a tinker were my trade would you still find me F C G Carrying the pots I made following behind me
F G F G Seen my love through loneliness save my love for sorrow F C G I give you my onliness come give me your tomorrow
F C G If I worked my hands in wood would you still love me F C G Answer me babe yes I would I'd put you above me
F C G If I were a miller and a mill wheel grinding F C G Would you miss your color blouse your soft shoes shinning Repeat #1
F C G Would you marry me anyway would you have my baby
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