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When I Am Sixty-Four 
David Grisman, John Hartford, Mike Seeger
Retrograss-

Chords tabbed by:  Verne Garrison
Banjo Tuned E, Capo 3 [Key of G]
 

    G          C               G
When I get older, losing my hair
                C
Many years from now
           G              C
Will you still be sending me
                       G           D7        G
a Valentine Birthday greetings, bottle of wine
              C                   G
If I'd been out till quarter to three
                    C
Would you lock the door
                    G
Will you still need me
C               E7
Will you still feed me
  A         D7   G
When I'm sixty four

                 C
You'll be older too
                   G
And if you say the word
                   C 
I could stay with you

              G         D7    G                     
I could be handy, mending a fuse
                       C
When your lights have gone
                G
You can knit a sweater
            C
by the fireside
               G     D7   G
Sunday morning go for a ride
            C
Doing the garden,
             G
digging the weeds
                   C
Who could ask for more
                    G
Will you still need me
 C              E7
Will you still feed me
  A       D7       G
When I'm sixty four

                             C
Every summer we can rent a cottage
                G                     C
In the isle of Wight, if it's not too dear
                     G
We shall scrimp and save
                D7     G      
Grandchildren on your knee
                C
Vera Chuck and Dave
                            G
Send me a postcard drop me a line
                  C
Stating point of view
              G
Indicate precisely
                 C
what you mean to say
                 D7      G
Yours sincerely wasting away
              C               G
Give me an answer, fill in a form
            C
Mine for evermore
                   G
Will you still need me
C                 E7
Will you still feed me
  A        D7     G
When I'm sixty four


            
            
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