Moonshine Holler
Written by Jimmy Martin, Paul Williams
Chord-chart by Lynn Lewis

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1.

|E / / / |/ / / / |A / / Well I'm from Moonshine Holler where a man ain't worth a dollar, / |E / / / |B7 / / / If he can't chug-a-lug a quart of mountain mmm-mmm, |E / / / |A / / / | And all the boys by cracky like to drive themselves (quite) wacky . . .

spoken:

"I'm just trying to chug-a-lug a quart of that er - you know - mountain mmm-mmm".

chorus:

E / / / |/ / / / | Chug-a-lug (chug-a-lug), chug-a-lug (chug-a-lug), / / / / |B7 / / / | Can you chug-a-lug a quart of mountain mmm-mmm, |E / / / |A / / You'd better stay out of Moonshine Holler 'cos you just ain't worth a dollar, / |E / B7 / |E / / / | If you can't chug-a-lug a quart of mountain mmm-mmm.

2.

One night I went out courtin' and since my gal was sportin', We went hand in hand down by that lonely river, I stopped and tried to kiss her but she upped and said . . .

spoken:

"Say there Buddy, can't you chug-a-lug a quart of that good ole mountain mmm-mmm".

chorus:

3.

Once a man who ran for gov'nor gave a speech in Moonshine Holler, We all gathered round to hear that city slicker, But no one cared (much) what he spouted until Granny upped and shouted . . .

spoken:

"Say son, can you chug-a-lug a quart of that good ole mountain mmm-mmm".

chorus:

coda:

Can you chug-a-lug a quart of mountain mmm-mmm.


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