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only, it's a very good bluegrass song recorded by The Osborne Brothers.
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It's Raining Here This Morning Recorded by the Osborne Brothers Written by Grandpa Jones
G C Oh it's raining raining raining here this morning G D7 As I sit in jail and hang my head in shame G C With a smile I try to greet each early dawning G D7 G But they've given me a number for my name
C G Many a little raindrops are falling close to me C G D7 Makes the streams and rivers just as muddy as can be G C It's raining raining raining here this morning G D7 G As the Mississippi flows on to the sea
C How I wish that I could see my little darling G D7 And hold her in my arms just as before G C I used to tell her every day I loved her G D7 G But now she doesn't love me anymore
C G She knew that I was guiltless of this one crime D7 And said that she'd be waiting there for me G C But she has found somebody else to wander G D7 G Where the Mississippi flows on to the sea
C Oh it’s raining raining raining here this morning G D7 And I am just as weary as can be G C I wish that I could follow all the raindrops G D7 G Down the Mississippi toward the silver sea
C G But there's no way to prove that I'm not guilty D7 So I will have to suffer all the shame G C Go and tell her for me little raindrops G D7 G That they've given me a number for my name
D7 G As the Mississippi flows on to the sea
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