The Man Who Picked The Wildwood Flower lyrics and chords
country classic song lyrics are the property of the respective artist,
and labels, they are intended solely for educational purposes and
only. The chords provided are my interpretation and their accuracy is
Man Who Picked The Wildwood Flower lyrics and chords are intended for
your personal use only, it's a very pretty and touching song recorded
by Merle Haggard.
to download Classic CountryMP3sand
Country GospelMP3smost only $.99 or less.
The Man Who Picked The Wildwood Flower Recorded by Merle Haggard Written by Tommy Collins
C G7 C I only saw five people when they buried Jack Dupree G7 C Two diggers and the preacher the funeral man and me F C The prayer was said and the hole was filled in less than half an hour G7 C And I said goodbye to the little man who picked the Wildwood Flower
G7 C For twenty years I'd seen him on the lower Nashville streets G7 C They said he always earned enough to buy his clothes and eats F C He'd stop awhile and check his watch with the big clock on the tower G7 C That's when I asked him once if he could pick the Wildwood Flower
G7 C He always drew a crowd because he put on such a show G7 C He'd dance and sing and play and smile just like a polished pro F C And every time he saw me standing in the crowd G7 C I knew the tune that he'd play next would be the Wildwood Flower
G7 C I told him once that he could be what people call a star G7 C And he said why boy I'm happy how many of them folks are F C I'd hate to have to force a smile and feel myself turn sour G7 C There ain't no put on in my face when I pick the Wildwood Flower
G7 C Then I saw a thousand people as they begin to come G7 C Business men and Opry stars party girls and bums F C And on that little mound of clay bouquets begin to shower G7 C As they paid respect to the little man who picked the Wildwood Flower
If you want
to change the
"Key" on any song, click
for the easiest way possible. Copy and paste lyrics and chords to the
key changer, select the key you want, then click the button "Click
Here". If the lyrics are in a long line, first paste to Microsoft Word
or a similar word processor, then recopy and paste to key changer.
This software was developed by John Logue.