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Artist - Dolly Parton
Song   - Joshua

D
Well a good ways down the railroad track 
G
There was this little old rundown shack 
A
And in it lived a man I'd never seen 
D
Folks said he was a mean and a vicious man 
G
And you better not set foot on his land 
A                                   D
I didn't think nobody could be that mean 
D
So I took me out walking down the railroad track 
G
I was a-gonna go down to that little old shack 
         A                                         D
And just find out if all them things I'd heard was true 

There was a big black dog laying out in the yard 
       G
And it growled at me and I swallowed hard 
      A                               D
And I heard somebody say well who are you 

Oh and there he stood in the door of that shack 
    G
His beard and his hair was long and black 
    A                               D
And he was the biggest man I'd ever seen 

When he spoke his voice was low and deep    
    G
But he just didn't frighten me 
       A                             D
'Cause somehow I just knew he wasn't mean 

He said what you doing snooping 'round my place 
    G
And I saw a smile come across his face 
A
So I smiled back and I told him who I was 
D
He said come on in and pull you up a chair 
G
You might as well since you already here 
    A                       D
And he said you can call me Joshua 

G      D
Joshua Joshua 
A                         D
Whatcha doing living here all alone 
G      D
Joshua Joshua 
A                       D
Ain't you got nobody to call your own 
   A     D
No no no no 

D
We talked 'til the sun was clean out of sight 
    G
And we still talking when it come daylight 
    A
And there was just so much we had to say hey 
D
I'd spent my life in an orphan's home 
    G
And just like him I was all alone 
   A                                D
So I said yeah when he asked if I'd stay 

Oh we grew closer as time went on 
         G
And that little old shack it was a happy home 
A
And we just couldn't help but fall in love 
D
That big black dog and that little old shack 
G
Sitting down by the railroad track 
     A                             D
It's plenty good enough for me and Joshua 

G      D
Joshua Joshua 
    A                          D
Why you're just what I've been looking for 
G      D
Joshua Joshua 
A                           D
You ain't gonna be lonesome anymore 
A
No no 


A          G D
Me and Joshua 
Me and Joshua 
Me and Joshua yeah yeah 
Me and Joshua

            
            
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medick 20 Sep 24, 2005 12:47 AM

test

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medick 20 Sep 24, 2005 12:52 AM

test2

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medick 20 Sep 24, 2005 12:53 AM

test3

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