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Mountain Dew
Words and Music by Scott Wiseman and Bascomb Lamar Lunsford - 1954
G - - G7
C - G -
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- D7 G -
G - - G7
C - G -
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- D7 G -             (to verse)
8-beat intro.  Play 4-beats for each cell, reading from left to right.
Verse 1:
I know a place 'bout a mile down the road,
Where you lay down a dol -lar or two.
If you hush up your mug, they will slip you a jug
Of that good old Moun -tain Dew.
Verse 2:
There's a big hollow tree down the road here from me
Where you lay down a dollar or two
You stoll 'round the bend and you come back again
There's a jug full of good old mountain dew

They call it that good old Moun -tain Dew, (Dew) (Dew)
And them that re -fuse it are few.
You may go 'round the bend, but you'll come back a -gain,
For that good old Moun -tain Dew.
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Arranged by Jim Bottorff
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