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it's a very good country song written and recorded by Tom T. Hall.
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Grandma Whistled Written and recorded by Tom T. Hall
C F C Everybody has their music that they like to sing and play G7 Everybody has a song they like to sing along life's way C F C I have never heard my favorite music on the radio G7 C For my song was silenced many years ago
F C I can see my grandma sittin' on the front porch with a churn G7 Her face was brown and wrinkled from the lessons she had learned C F C Sometimes when I'm tired and weary I can hear that music yet F C G7 C Grandma whistlin' What A Friend We Have In Jesus
F C Well us younger folks were known for all the hell that we could raise G7 I must admit we had some good times in the good ole days C F C Wake up in the early morning and sometimes my head would hurt G7 C But my grandma always whistled while she worked
F C Now there's folk and rock'n roll and country music all around G7 And that modern gospel singin' makes a mighty pretty sound C F C But the sweetest sound of all is in my memory I guess F C G7 C Grandma whistlin' What A Friend We Have In Jesus
F C They say some girls can't whistle but my grandma really could G7 In those ol' Kentucky hard times oh it sounded awfully good C F C With a song to pass the time with and the love she had for me G7 C She will live forever in my memory
F C Now they say that they have music in that home beyond the sky G7 Now there's one song I'll request if I should get there by and by C F C Well there may be many singin' but I know who'll be the best F C G7 C Grandma whistlin' What A Friend We Have In Jesus
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