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Rolling Mills Of Middletown lyrics and chords

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Rolling Mills Of Middletown
Written and recorded by Tom T. Hall

C F C Am C G7 C
The rollin' mills of Middletown roll on roll on roll on

D7 G7 C
I knew him well old friend of mine from down Kentucky way
D7 G7 C
We had some high good times my friend back in our younger days
F C G7 C
I knew he shouldn't marry any woman quite that wild
F C D7 G7
Then later on I learned that she had been expecting a child
C D7 G7 C
He got his job at makin' steel and bought himself a home
F C Am C G7 C
Where the rollin' mills of Middletown roll on roll on roll on

D7 G7 C
Well there's money in those steel mills boys and he made quite a bit
D7 G7 C
He worked all night she shopped all day bought everything that fit
F C G7 C
A helper on the BOF three thousand degrees at a round
F C D7 G7
His wife was just about that hot in the bars in ol' Middletown
C D7 G7 C
Of course he was the last to know oh but listen to my song
F C Am C G7 C
While the rollin' mills of Middletown roll on roll on roll on

D7 G7 C
One night the foreman on his turn said cool down No 2
D7 G7 C
And he told my friend to go on home as soon as he was through
F C G7 C
He stopped into a little bar to have a good cold beer
F C D7 G7
His woman and some day turn guy were dancin' closely there
C D7 G7 C
Oh I knew him well and in his mind there must have been a storm
F C Am C G7 C
While the rollin' mills of Middletown roll on roll on roll on

D7 G7 C
They say he never spoke a word he just turned and walked away
D7 G7 C
And no one knows exactly what took place that fateful day
F C G7 C
Some say they saw him near the tracks at furnace No 1
F C D7 G7
With heat so hot the hubs of hell would seem just barely warm
C D7 G7 C
Well they never saw my friend again did he do something wrong
F C Am C G7 C
While the rollin' mills of Middletown Ohio roll on roll on roll on

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