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Man From The Mountain lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
use only, it's a fun to do up tempo country song written and recorded
by Merle Haggard.
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Old Man From The Mountain Written and recorded by Merle Haggard
G The old man from the mountain's coming home home home
Thought I'd better warn you A7 D7 So I called you on the phone G C G Get rid of Joe the grinder you better be there alone D7 G Cause the old man from the mountain's coming home
I've been a-working in the sawmill C G I'm all up-tight and tense
And I got wind that someone's A7 D7 Been digging under my back fence G C G Thought I'd better call you let you know today D7 G That the old man from the mountain's on his way
Been working my dang fool head off all for a dollar bill
Now I need a bunch of good loving A7 D7 So I'm coming down the hill G C G Don't want no friendly Henrys warming up my bed D7 G And the old man from the mountain means what he said
Repeat #1 x2
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