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K:G There's an [G]old hollow tree just a little way from me Where you [C]lay down a dollar or [G]two You go round the bend and you come back again With that good old [D]mountain [G]dew {i}Chorus:{/i} {i}They [G]call it that good old mountain dew (mountain dew){/i} {i}And [C]them that refuse it are [G]few (quite a few!){/i} {i}If you hush up your mug, then I'll give you a jug{/i} {i}Of that good old [D]mountain [G]dew!{/i} [G]My uncle Bill has a still on the hill Where he [C]runs off a gallon or [G]two The buzzards in the sky get so drunk they can't fly From sniffing that [D]good old mountain [G]dew! {i}Chorus{/i} [G]My Aunty June had a brand new perfume It [C]had such a sweet smelling [G]phew (P. U.!) Imagine her surprise when she had it analyzed It was nothing but [D]good old mountain [G]dew! {i}Chorus{/i} The [G]preacher come by with a tear in his eye He [C]said that his wife had the [G]flu He said that I ort to give him a quart of that good old [D]mountain [G]dew! {i}Chorus{/i} [G]My brother Nort, he is sawed off & short He [C]measures about four foot [G]two (four - two!) But he feels like a giant when you give him a pint of that good old [D]mountain [G]dew! {i}Chorus{/i} [G]Mr. Roosevelt told me just how he felt The [C]day that the dry law went [G]thru: If your likker's too red, it will swell up your head Better stick to that [D]good old mountain [G]dew! {i}Chorus{/i}