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The Pony Man ukulele

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Gordon Lightfoot

                      THE PONY MAN

             F                            F                F
When it's midnight on the meadow and the cats are in the shed
                        F             G          G7
And the river tells a story at the window by my bed
         F                         F           F 
If you listen very closely be as quiet as you can
                    F          G            F 
In the yard you'll hear him it is the pony man.
        F                                  F          F
We're always there to greet him when he tumbles into town
                       F               G                  G7 
He leads a string of ponies some are white and some are brown
           F                               F           F         
And they never seem to kick or bite they only want to play
                         F       G                 F  
And they live on candy apples instead of oats and hay.
      F                           F             F
And when we're all assembled he gives a soft command
                           F      G               G7  
And we climb aboard our ponies as in a row they stand
       F                            F                  F   
Then down the road we gallop and across the fields we fly
                      F          G                F 
And soon we all go sailing off into the midnight sky.
    F                        F                F 
And as we gaily rock along beside a ripplin' sea
                         F        G           G7
There's Tom 'n Dick 'n Sally and Mary Joe and me
          F                                F            F        
And the pony man is leading cause he's travelled here before
                              F      G                  F 
And he gives a whoop and a holler at Mr. Moon's front door. 

    F                                      F           F 
And as we stop to rest a while where the soda river glides
                          F            G             G7    
Up to the slip comes a pirate ship to take us for a ride
         F                                F              F   
And the pony man's the captain and the children are the crew
                          F           G                     F    
And we go in search of treasure and laugh the whole night through.
     F                                          F              F
And when the hold is filled with gold and the sails begin to strain
                                 F           G              G7 
And the deck's piled high with apple pie we head for port again
     F                               F               F     
And down the whirling staircase so swift our ponies fly
                         F          G                          F
And we're safely in our beds again when the sunbeams kiss the sky.

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