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Old King Cole Recorded by Boxcar Willie Written by Lloene S. Martin
G Well old King Cole was a merry old sole Em That's what I've heard ‘em say G He had three fiddlers in his band D7 G And Lord how they could play D7 G Well Lord how they could play
Well I met a man from Alabam Em Had a banjo on his knee G I asked him where he learned to play D7 G He said in Tennessee D7 G He said in Tennessee
Well Johnny Be Good was a guitar man Em He was lightning on the strings G He could sit a song on fire D7 G And Lord how he could sing D7 G Well Lord how he could sing
Well the sheep all grazed the meadows down Em And the cows they ate the corn G And all because little boy blue D7 G Was away a-playing his horn D7 G Was away a-playing his horn
When they built the walls of Jericho Em Well they were built to stay G But a little drummer torn ‘em down D7 G When he began to play
D7 G When he began to play
When Little Miss Muffet sat on the tuffet Em And she began to play G And even the spiders that sat down beside her D7 G Couldn't chase her away D7 G Well they couldn't chase her away
Swing your partner round and round Em And do the do-si-do G We'd like to stay and play all night D7 G But we gotta go D7 G But we gotta go
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