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The Old Blind
Fiddler lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's
a very pretty country song recorded by Johnny Paycheck.
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The Old Blind Fiddler Recorded by Johnny Paycheck Written by Billy Sherrill, Carmol Taylor, Shirley Tackitt
C F C When I was just a kid I'd go to town on Saturday F C D7 G7 And on the street I'd listen to the old blind fiddler play C F C He was close to no one though his life was almost gone F C G7 C But to me he was my friend and always played such pretty songs
F C People dropped their nickels in his cup as they walked by F C D7 G7 Sometimes he would play so sad yet I just have to cry C F C Then one day I went to town to hear the old man play F C G7 C But he was gone and someone said the old man passed away
F C F G7 I can still hear him playing C F And when people stop to listen G7 C He would say God walked beside you all the way F G7 C And I'd listen to the old blind fiddler play
F C A week or so ago one night I had the strangest dream F C D7 G7 I dreamed I went to heaven and I heard a million strings C F C And standing there I heard the music blow from heaven sky F C G7 C And for the first time in my life I saw the color of his eyes
F C F G7 And I can still hear them playing C F And he shook my hand and told me G7 C Son I knew we'd meet again some day F G7 F G7 C And once again I heard the old blind fiddler pl-a-y
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