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K:G The [G]sun shines bright in the [C]old Kentucky [G]home 'Tis summer, the [A7]people are [D]gay, The [G]corn top's ripe and the [C]meadow's in the [G]bloom While the birds make [D7]music all the [G]day. The young folks roll on the [C]little cabin [G]floor, All merry, all [A7]happy and [D]bright: By'n [G]by Hard Times comes a [C]knocking at the [G]door, Then my old Kentucky [D7]Home, good [G]night! {i}Chorus:{/i} {i}[G]Weep no [C]more, my [G]lady,{/i} {i}Oh! [C]weep no more to-[G]day!{/i} {i}We will sing one song, For the [C]old Kentucky [G]Home,{/i} {i}For the old Kentucky [D7]Home far a-[G]way.{/i} They [G]hunt no more for the [C]possum and the [G]coon On meadow, the [A7]hill and the [D]shore, They [G]sing no more by the [C]glimmer of the [G]moon, On the bench by the [D7]old cabin [G]door. The day goes by like a [C]shadow o'er the [G]heart, With sorrow where [A7]all was de-[D]light: The [G]time has come when the [C]people have to [G]part, Then my old Kentucky [D7]Home, good-[G]night! {i}(Chorus){/i} The [G]head must bow and the [C]back will have to [G]bend, Wherever the [A7]people may [D]go: A [G]few more days, and the [C]trouble all will [G]end In the field where [D7]sugar-canes [G]grow. A few more days for to [C]tote the weary [G]load, No matter 'twill [A7]never be [D]light, A [G]few more days till we [C]totter on the [G]road, Then my old Kentucky [D7]Home, good-[G]night! {i}(Chorus){/i}