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Fishin' On The Mississippi lyrics and chords are intended for your
personal use only, it's a very good country song recorded by Tony Booth.
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Fishin' On The Mississippi Recorded by Tony Booth Written by Bob Morris
C F C Well I'm fishin' in the middle of the Mississippi river G7 C And the water's too muddy to drink F C A big catfish chewin' in my little toe G7 C And my baby's waitin' on the bank
F Well I tried to make a livin' on the Mississippi river C G7 It's a mighty hard life to live C F But I'm gonna build a house for my pretty little baby C G7 C And I'm gonna build it on the hill
F Don't you know if I'm lucky I catch you catfish C G7 Sell 'em for a dollar bill C F Then I buy another board and a pocketful of nails C G7 C For the little house on the hill
F Well my daddy told me that there's sure gonna be C G7 A lotta hard times comin' around C F Well I'd rather be fishin' on the Mississippi river C G7 C Than a diggin' in the cold cold ground
F Well I couldn't make whiskey like all of the others C G7 Cause my baby would set me free C F And I have to go runnin' down the Mississippi river C G7 C When the law comes callin' on me
repeat #1 x2
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