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Little Brown Jug
Words and Music by Joseph Eastburn Winner ("Eastburn") - 1869
Verse:
C F G7 C
C F G7 C
Chorus:
C F G7 C
C F G7 C     (to verse)
8-beat intro.  Play 4-beats for each cell, reading from left to right.
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Verses:
My wife and I lived all a -lone In a lit -tle log hut we called our own;
How she loved gin and I loved rum I tell you what we'd lot's of fun.
 
The rose is red, my nose is too, Pret -ty vi -o -lets blue and so are you,
And yet I guess be -fore I stop We'd bet -ter take an -oth -er drop.
 
Me and my wife and a bob tailed dog tried to cross the creek on a holler log,
The holler log broke and wife went chug but I caught a hold of my little brown jug.
 
Chorus:
Ha ha ha you and me, "Lit -tle Brown Jug" don't I love thee.
Ha ha ha you and me, "Lit -tle Brown Jug" don't I love thee.
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Arranged by Jim Bottorff
 
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