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Hand lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it was
a very popular song recorded by Ferlin Husky. This is a simplified version
for us less gifted pickers, it's somewhat difficult from the sheet
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With Pen In Hand Recorded by Ferlin Husky Written by Bobby Goldsboro [3/4 time]
G G7 Dm G7 With pen in hand you signed your name C Am D7 Today at five I'll be on that train G Em D7 Am D7 And you'll be free and I will be alone so alone G G7 Dm G7 If you think we can find the love we once knew
C Am D7 If you think I can't make everything up to you G Em D7 Am D7 Then I'll be gone and you'll be on your own you'll be on your own
G G7 Dm G7 Can you take good care of Danny C Am D7 Can you take him to school everyday G Em D7 Can you teach him how to catch a fish G G7 Am D7 And keep all those bullies away hear what I say
G G7 Dm G7 Can you teach him how to whistle a tune C Am D7 Can you tell him about the man in the moon G Em D7 If you can do these things then maybe he won't miss me Am D7 Maybe he won't miss me
G G7 Dm G7 And tonight as you lay in that big lonely bed C Am D7 And you look at the pillow where I lay my head G Em D7 And with your heart on fire will you have no desire to kiss me Am D7 And to hold me
G G7 Dm G7 If you can forget the good times we had C Am D7 If you think that the good times don't outweigh the bad G Em D7 Then sign your name and I'll be on my way Am D7 I'll be on my way
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