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Haggard Merle - Old Man From The Mountain Chords

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Old Man From The Mountain Chords

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                Old Man from the Mountain     Merle Haggard     
Standard Tuning No Capo       Submitted by Ken Lee


      / G                                                   / 
The / Old Man from the Mountain's comin' / home, home, home.
G                                            /  A           -           D
Thought I'd better warn you, so I / called you on the phone.
      / G                                   / C           -             G
Get / rid of Joe the grinder, you / better be there a - lone,
                / G          -             D                         / G 
'Cause the / Old Man from the Mountain's, comin' / home.

G                                                   / C        -          G
I've been a-workin in the sawmill, I'm / all up-tight and tense, and
G                                            / A             -                 D
I got word that someone's, been / diggin' under my back fence,
G                                    / C           -           G
Thought I'd better call you, / let you know to - day,
             / G           -           D                        / G
That the / Old Man from the Mountain's on his / way.


        / G                                         /  
Been / workin' my dang fool head off, / all for a dollar bill.
         / C            -                 G          / A           -               D 
Now I / need a bunch of good lovin', so / I'm comin' down the hill.
        / G                                  / C         -         G    
Don't / want no friendly Henry's, / warmin' up my bed, and
      / D                                                              / G 
The / Old Man from the Mountain, means what he / said.

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