Shirt My Mother Made For Me
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Little Shirt My Mother Made For Me Recorded by Marty Robbins Written by Harry Wincott
C G7 I can't forget the day that I was born C Was on a cold and frosty winter's morn G7 The doctor said I was a chubby chap D7 G7 But when the nurse she took me on her lap
F C She washed me all over I remember F C And after powder-puffin' me you see F She laid me in the cradle by the window G7 C In the little shirt my mother made for me
G7 When I began to crawl it was a site C I used to frighten mom from morn till night G7 There’s no mistake I was a little turk D7 G7 For when my daddy he came home from work
F C Every night he would say where's little Sam got F C As down the kitchen happy as could be F They used to find me scrapin' out the jam pot G7 C In the little shirt my mother made for me
G7 The first day that I wore my knickerbocks C I felt so funny after wearin' smocks G7 I looked a little picture they did say D7 G7 But when they let me out to run and play
F C Well I didn't like the britches I was wearin' F C And in the street I took 'em off you see F I started walkin' home so bold and darin' G7 C In the little shirt my mother made for me
G7 Last year when I was on my holiday C Upon the briny ocean I did gaze G7 The water looked so nice I thought I'd go D7 G7 To have a swim but in a minute oh
F C All the girls along the beach at me were starin' F C And some were takin' pictures I could see F Was a good thing for me that I was wearin' G7 C The little shirt my mother made for me
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