A Nickel For The Fiddler

The Everly Brothers

Composição de: Guy Clark
tono: C
C      F              G7
It's a nickel for the fiddler
       C              F
It's a nickel for his tune
       C              F                       G7
It's a nickel for the tambourine kind of afternoon
           F        G7         C               F
And it's a high holiday on the twenty-first of June
         C             F      G7
And it's country music in the park 
                C
And everybody's ruined

     F                 G7
It's fountains full of dogs and kids
         C             F
And it's streaky apple pie
         C                F
It's the ones who came to play
                          G7
And the ones just passin' by

     F             G7
It's coats of many colors
       C               F
And it almost makes me cry
     C              F
It's ice cream on a stick
         G7                  C
And it's somethin' you can't buy

       F            G7
It's a fiddler from Kentucky
    C                  F
Who swears he's eighty three
         C             F
And he's fiddled every contest
                     G7
From here to Cripple Creek

     F                 G7
It's old ones and it's young ones
         C               F
And it's plain they have agreed
         C             F
And it's country music in the park
   G7              C
As far as they can see
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