There's Always A Mother Waiting At Home
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There's Always A Mother Waiting At Home Recorded by Johnny Cash written by J. Thornton
C So you're going to leave the old home Jim F C Today you're going away G7 C So you're going among the city folk to dwell F C So spoke a kind old mother to her boy one summer's day G7 C If you're mind's made up that way I wish you well
F C The old home will be lonesome
We'll miss you when you go G7 The birds won't sing so sweet when you're not nigh C F C But if you get in trouble Jim just write and let us know G7 C She spoke these words and then she said goodbye
F C If sickness over takes you
And old companions shake you G7 As through this world you wander all alone C When friends you haven't any F In your pocket not a penny C G7 C There's a mother always waiting you at home
F C Ten years later to this village came a stranger no one knew G7 C His steps were haunt and ragged clothes he wore
The little children laughed at him F C As down the lane he trod G7 C At last he stopped before a cottage door
F C He gently knocked no sound he heard
He thought can she be dead G7 But then he heard a voice well known to him C Twas his mother's voice but her hair had silvered F C By the touch of time G7 C And she said thank God they've sent me home my Jim
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