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Mr. and Mrs.
Snowman lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's
a very good country Christmas song co-written and recorded by Hank
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Mr. and Mrs. Snowman Recorded by Hank Thompson Written by Lyle Gaston and Hank Thompson
G D7 G C G Mr. and Mrs. Snowman out on my front lawn C G Em D7 Stands all day and melts away and soon they’ll both be gone G D7 G C G Mr. and Mrs. Snowman happy as can be C G Though they know they’ll have to go D7 G Here’s something that they told me
Em C We pray for snowplows in the sky to let the snowflakes fall A7 D7 Though we’ll be leaving by and by we want a little snowman most of all G D7 G C G Today I looked out my window it filled me with delight C G D7 G Now there’s a little snowman cause it snowed again last night
D7 G C G Mr. and Mrs. Snowman seem to wink at me C G Em D7 The snow and sleet makes so complete there little family G D7 G C G Though their hearts are made of ice I’ll bet they’re really warm C G D7 G The chunks of coal they have for eyes twinkle in the winter storm
Em C When the sun comes shining through they won’t like that at all A7 But I’ll bet they’ll smile and say D7 We’ll be back together when the snowflakes fall G D7 G C G Mr. and Mrs. Snowman you’re such a happy sight C G D7 G I’m so glad to see you there together on Christmas night C G D7 G Mr. and Mrs. Snowman together on Christmas night
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