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When The Bees Are In The Hive - Bill Monroe
(Bryan/Mills)


By the mill stream sits the Miller's pretty daughter
Her cheeks are like the first red
He's building me a cabin in the hills.

I live my lonesome life down in a valley with the factories, the rivers, and the mills.

Sometimes I can almost
to the saw mill the saw key broke
Oh he's as strong as an ox and as wide as a moat
But by night it's always the same he's like I wanna go home
And go home
wedding clothes, 
And buried him by the mill, 
In the place he said he'd never stay. 

All you gotta do, is look around. 
You can change the darkness
I still recall the morning that I met you
Standing out in front of Wilson's five and dime
Staring through the window at the jewelry
Hungry for
Hey now!

The iron gates clang in a steel mill town
A man breaks down to that unemployment sound
He takes a last walk down that old coast road
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When The Bees Are In The Hive - Bill Monroe
(Bryan/Mills)


By the mill stream sits the Miller's pretty daughter
Her cheeks are like the first red
He is not your run-of-the-mill garden variety Alabama country fare
Left on Silver Lake he keeps a small apartment top an Oriental food store there
When I left my long-time darling
She was standing in the door

Well, my pa he died and left me, my brother got killed in the war
Well, my pa he died
lie in the border fires,
In the humming wires
Hey man, you know
You're never coming back

Past the square, past the bridge,
Past the mills, past
secrets lie in the border fires,
In the humming wires
Hey man, you know
You're never coming back

Past the square, past the bridge,
Past the mills
secrets lie in the border fires,
In the humming wires
Hey man, you know
You're never coming back

Past the square, past the bridge,
Past the mills
lie in the border fires,
In the humming wires
Hey man, you know
You're never coming back
Past the square, past the bridge,
Past the mills, past
lie in the border fires,
In the humming wires
Hey man, you know
You're never coming back
Past the square, past the bridge,
Past the mills, past
And he is sleeping like the dead 
And another quiet night goes by 

His father used to own the factory 
But his son cashed in and he sold the site
Free the people from the fire
Pull the boat out of the raging sea
Tell the devil he's a liar
Come and save the likes of me
 
Saw your light from
of Jay-Z, Z
Check me out

30's the new twenty, nigga 
I'm so hot still
Better broad, better automobile
Bet a yard, nah, bet a hundred mill
Then by
daughter was his jewel
His son was just his boy
For thirty years he worked the mills
And stoked the coke-fed fires
And looked toward the day
When he
payin' dues when you're walkin' in his shoes

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[Verse Three: performed by ADMoney]
It's just another night in the old gin mill
He
Well there was an old man who lived by the mill
If he ain't moved away he's a livin' there still
Singing Fie diddle-eye diddle-eye dye, diddle-eye
secrets lie in the border fires,
In the humming wires
Hey man, you know
You're never coming back

Past the square, past the bridge,
Past the mills
With skin as tough as a burlap sack he had his second heart attack last summer
But he's still goin'
There's a melancholy in his eyes, for all
The flame has been dimmed by the tears that you've cried
But I can still see the spark of His love in your eyes
So don't let the fire, please don't let
It's only been an hour
Since he locked her in the tower
The time has come
He must be undone
By the morning

Many times before
The tyrant's
that has all but gone.
We said, Mama come look at the mountain, fire in the sky, it's lit up like the Fourth of July,
The mill burning down, the jobs