Whoa Mule
Traditional



Chords


Song

1.

Once I had an old gray mule,
His name was Simon Slick,
He'd roll his eyes and back his ears,
And how that mule would kick!

chorus:

Whoa mule, whoa,
Whoa mule I say,
I ain't got time to kiss you now,
Ole muley's run away.

2.

Took my gal to the blacksmith shop,
To have her mouth made small,
She turned around a time or two,
And swallowed shop and all.

3.

Bought my gal a bicycle,
She learned to ride it well,
Rode into a telegraph pole,
And bust it all to (hell) pieces.

4.

Grandma had a yellah hen,
Yellah as gold,
She sat her on three buzzard eggs,
And hatched out one old crow.

5.

Grandma had a muley cow,
Muley when it's born,
Took a jaybird thirty years,
To fly from horn to horn.

6.

Never marry an old man,
I'll tell you the reason why,
His lips are all tobacco juice ,
And he never zips his fly.

7.

If I chewed tobacco,
Tell you what I'd do,
I'd chew it nice and juicy,
And spit it all on you,

8.

There's gold way up in them there hills,
I know this for the truth,
'cos my sweetheart fell up there,
And lost her new front tooth.


 
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