What A Waste Of Good Corn Liquor lyrics
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What A Waste Of Good Corn Liquor Recorded by Mac Wiseman Written by Slim Gordon and Bill Long
C I have lost my blue-eyed darling
Now I sit with a broken heart G7 By my cabin in the Carolina hills C Oh I loved a shiner's daughter F C Loved her true with all my heart G7 C Till she fell into her pappy's liquor still
Oh what a waste of good corn liquor G7 From the still they pulled the plug C All the revenuers snickered F C Cause she melted in the liquor G7 C And they had to bury poor Lilly by the jug
Cousin Cale upon the Jew's harp
Played a mighty mournful tune G7 Kinfolks bowed their heads and gathered 'round C Then I heard the parson sing F Am Drink me only with thine eyes C G7 C As we watched them pour poor Lilly in the ground
Now I'm sitting in the twilight
Neath the weeping willow tree G7 The sun is slowly sinking in the west C And I'm clasping to my bosom F C A little jug of Lilly Mae G7 C With a broken heart I'm longing for the rest
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