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work it out
There's still a lot of love, here in these troubled fields

You'll be the mule I'll be the plow
Come harvest time we'll work it out
noon
The dirge will sound on the morrow's noon
I was not born into this time
To cleave the soil or work the mine
I came to claim my enemy
And be
a lot of love
Here in these troubled fields

You'll be the mule, I'll be the plow
Come harvest time, we'll work it out
There's still a lot of love
Here in
John Henry.)

First of all John Henry was a black man
He was born where the sun don't ever shine
He was six feet tall he didn't know his own strength
time, we'll work it out 
There's still a lot of love here in these troubled fields 

There's a book up on the shelf about the dust bowl days 
There's
Don't be hanging around Old Catfish John
Come in the morning, I'd always be there
Walking in his footsteps in the Sweet Delta Dawn"

Born a slave in
Mama said, Don't go near that river,
Don't be hanging around old Catfish John
Come in the morning I'd always be there,
Walking in his footsteps in
born
That filled them both with pride
And we were there when John remembered
God was on his side

We watched him on the concert stage
We watched
born
That filled them both with pride
And we were there when John remembered
God was on his side

We watched him on the concert stage
We watched
G D G
Walking in his footsteps in the sweet delta dawn
G see G see G
V1: Take me back to another home to a time so long ago
See G D G
When the sweet
a lot of love
Here in these troubled fields

You'll be the mule, I'll be the plow
Come harvest time, we'll work it out
There's still a lot of love
Here in
river,
Don't be hanging around old Catfish John."
Come in the morning I'd always be there,
Walking in his footsteps in the sweet Delta dawn.

Born a slave
Mama said, Don't go near that river,
Don't be hanging around old Catfish John
Come in the morning I'd always be there,
Walking in his footsteps in
Everything will come in time
Why deny yourself
Don't just let life pass you by
Like winter in July

Future dreams can never last
When you find yourself
driving steel
Said "Sweat, boy! Sweat! Only two more swings!"
"I was born drivin' steel"

Well now John Henry hammered in the mountains
He'd give a grunt he
Mama said, "Don't go near that river"
"Don't be hanging round old Catfish John"
Come the morning I'd always be there
Walking in his footsteps in
The city I was born in I left a long time ago
And we lost touch, grew apart, my friend
My heart's an old pole dancer, troubled romancer, you know
"I was born drivin' steel"

Well John Henry hammered in the mountain
He'd give a grunt he give a groan every swing
The women-folks from miles
"I was born drivin' steel"

Well John Henry hammered in the mountain
He'd give a grunt he give a groan every swing
The women-folks from miles
on the Reflections and The Country Roads
Collection Albums.

Born on a quiet morning
Just a dream in someone's eyes
A dream that's like a promise meant to be
Giving
of mine
Troubled by let me hold the
Let me hold her, let me hold her

Let let let me hold her
of whats given you,
Everything will come in time.
Why deny yourself,
Don't just left life pass you by 
Like winter in July

Future dreams,
Can never
Just a young man in an old steel town 
I'm getting older now, it's time to look around 
My brother John loves his needle & spoon 
A cigarette hangs
holed up in some dark and dirty building 
Heard his mother begging, "Please, let Johnny go!" 
That's when John fired his pistol 
As a warning and he
Mama said, "Don't go near that river,
Don't be hanging around old Catfish John."
Come in the morning I'd always be there,
Walking in his footsteps