When The Works All Done This Fall lyrics and chords
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When The Works All Done This Fall Recorded by Marty Robbins Written by D.J. O'Malley
C F A group of jolly cowboys discussing plans at ease G7 C One said I'll tell you something boys if you will listen please F I'm an old cowpuncher and here I'm dressed in rags G7 C I used to be a tough one and go on great big jags
F I have got a home boys a good one you all know G7 C Although I haven't seen it since long long ago F I'm going back to Dixie once more to see them all G7 C I'm going home to mother when the work's all done this fall
F That night this very cowboy went out to stand his guard G7 C The night was dark and stormy was raining very hard F The cattle they got frightened and they rushed in wild stampede G7 C The cowboy tried to turn them while riding at full speed
F Riding in the darkness loudly he did shout G7 C Trying his best to stop them or turn the herd about F His saddle horse did stumble and upon him it did fall G7 C Poor boy won't see his mother when the work's all done this fall
F Fred you can take my saddle Jim you take my bed G7 C Johnny take my pistols after I am dead F Think about me kindly as you look upon them all G7 C I'll not see my mother when the work's all done this fall
F They buried Charlie at daybreak no tombstone at his head G7 C Nothing but a little board and this is what it said F Charlie died at daybreak he died from a fall G7 C Poor boy won't see his mother when the work's all done this fall
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