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From The Old Mill Recorded by Red Steagall Written by Dale Burson and Russell D. Steagall
G7 C G7 F C As I change out the head on the old mill today F C G7 I'm filled with a strong sense of pride Am F C F My granddaddy set this mill back in the 30's C G7 C When his pasture was dusty and dry
G7 F C From the top of the tower I surveyed the country F C G7 He carved out of wide open range Am F C F He lived to see big spreads cut up in small pieces C G7 C I can still hear him cussing the change
Am F C My granddad was cowboy clean down to the bone Em F My dad was cut from that mold G7 C F And I treasure the values of four generations C G7 C G7 As they lived by the cowboy code
C G7 F C My dad saw cowboy youth pick up the traces F C G7 His chuck wagon covered in sand Am F C F He watched creeks dry up because of the cedar C G7 C And the mesquite thickets conquer his land
G7 F C As I sit on the tower and look across the pasture F C G7 I wonder what changes I'll find Am F C F And the wife and I weather the droughts and low prices C G7 C Will my grand children ranch in their time
Am F C Will they want to be cowboy clean down to the bone Em F Will they brag about horses they rode G7 C F Will they value the hard work of five generations C G7 C Will they live by the cowboy's rules
F G7 C F Will the value the hard work of five generations C G7 C Will they live by the cowboy code F C G7 C Will they live by the cowboy code
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