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Old Man In The Mill Chords

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[Chorus]
Dm                        C
Same old man livin at the mill
Dm
The mill turns around of its own free will
Dm                         C
Hand in the hopper and the other in the sack
Dm                          C          Dm
Ladies step forward and the gents fall back


[Verse]
Dm                                    C
Then said the owl with his head all a white
Dm
A lonesome day and a lonesome night
Dm                     C
I thought I heard a pretty girl say
Dm                        C         Dm
I court all night and you sleep all day


[Chorus]
Dm                        C
Same old man livin at the mill
Dm
The mill turns around of its own free will
Dm                         C
Hand in the hopper and the other in the sack
Dm                          C          Dm
Ladies step forward and the gents fall back


[Verse]
Dm                         C
Then said the raven as she flew
Dm
If I was a young man, I'd have two
Dm                             C
One for to knit and one for to sew
Dm                          C                Dm
And I'd have a little ribbon to my bow, bow, bow


[Chorus]
Dm                        C
Same old man livin at the mill
Dm
The mill turns around of its own free will
Dm                         C
Hand in the hopper and the other in the sack
Dm                          C          Dm
Ladies step forward and the gents fall back


[Verse]
Dm                     C
My old man's in Kalamazoo
Dm
He don't wear no "Yes, I do"
Dm                       C
First to the left and then to the right
Dm                   C          Dm
This old mill grinds day and night


[Chorus]
Dm                        C
Same old man livin at the mill
Dm
The mill turns around of its own free will
Dm                         C
Hand in the hopper and the other in the sack
Dm                          C          Dm
Ladies step forward and the gents fall back
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