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Babies In The Mill Written and recorded by Dorsey M. Dixon
G C G I used to be a factory hand when things were moving slow A7 D7 When children worked in cotton mills each morning had to go G C G Every morning just at five the whistle blew on time D7 G And called them babies out of bed at the age of eight and nine
C G Come out of bed little sleepy head and get your bite to eat D7 G The factory whistle's calling you there's no more time to sleep
C G The children all grew up unlearned they never went to school A7 D7 They never learned to read and write but learned to spin and spool G C G Every time I close my eyes I see that picture still D7 G When textile work was carried on with babies in the mill
C G To their jobs those little ones was strictly forced to go A7 D7 Those babies had to be on time through rain and sleet and snow G C G Many times when things went wrong their bosses often frowned D7 G Many times those little ones was kicked and shoved around
C G Old Timer can't you see that scene that though the years go by A7 D7 Those babies all went on the job the same as you and I G C G I know you're glad that things have changed while we have lots of fun D7 G As we go in and do the jobs that babies used to run
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