They Covered Up The Old Swimmin' Hole
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for your personal use only, this is a very good country song recorded
by Bobby Bare.
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They Covered Up The Old Swimmin' Hole Recorded by Bobby Bare Written by Jack Clement
C F C Boring through the mountains by-passing the towns F C D7 G7 Interstate 90 is a sight to behold C F C But that monument to progress and engineering skill F C G7 C Has covered up the old swimmin' hole
F C Thirty feet straight up from where the old hole stood F C D7 G7 They sell twenty kinds of ice cream and the food is good C F C But it never can compare with the food for the soul F C G7 C You could get for a dip in the old swimmin' hole
F C Well the old swimmin' hole her cool waters ran deep F C D7 G7 Felt good to a boy with mud on his feet C F C And I'm wishing these days I could strip to my soul F C G7 C And go for a dip in the old swimmin' hole
F C A symbol of our great and affluent society F C D7 G7 Interstate 90 fulfillment of our goals C F C But that masterpiece of human ingenuity F C G7 C Has covered up the old swimmin' hole
F C Gone the wooden schoolhouse the old country store F C D7 G7 The winding dirt road that's winding no more C F C And the old swimmin' hole hears the sound of speeding wheels F C G7 C Entombed beneath a blanket of concrete and steel
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