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If I Were a Redneck lyrics

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If I Were A Carpenter
Words & Music: Tim Hardin

If I were a carpenter

and you were a lady,

Would you marry me anyway?

Would you have my baby?

If a tinker were my trade

would you still find me,

carrin' the pots I made,

followin' behind me.

Save my love through loneliness,

Save my love for sorrow,

I'm given you my onliness,

Come give your tomorrow.

If I worked my hands in wood,

Would you still love me?

Answer me babe, "Yes I would,

I'll put you above me."

If I were a miller

at a mill wheel grinding,

would you miss your color box,

and your soft shoe shining?

If I were a carpenter

and you were a lady,

Would you marry me anyway?

Would you have my baby?

Would you marry anyway?

Would you have my baby?

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If I Were A Carpenter

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