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Little Stream Of Whiskey Recorded by Doc Watson
G C Just a mile west of the water tank on a cold November day G D7 In a cold and lonesome boxcar a dyin' hobo lay G C His pal sat there before him with a low and drooping head G D7 G Listenin' to the last words his dyin' buddy said
C Goodbye old partner hobo I hate to say goodbye G D7 But I hear my train a-comin' and I know she's a-getting nigh G C Gonna tell that old conductor just where I want to stop G D7 G Where the little stream of whiskey comes flowing down the rocks
C We rode the rods together we've rambled all around G D7 In every kind of weather we slept out on the ground G C Oh partner don't you miss that train that always makes the stop G D7 G Where the little stream of whiskey comes flowing down the rocks
C Would you tell my girl in Danville that she need not to worry at all G D7 I'm a-goin' to that country where I won't have to work a-tall G C No I will not have to work there nor ever change my socks G D7 G And the little stream of whiskey comes flowing down the rocks
C I'm a-goin' to that better place where everything is right G D7 Where the handouts grow on bushes and they sleep out ever' night G C Won't have to wash my overhauls nor even change my socks G D7 G And the little stream of whiskey comes flowing down the rocks
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