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My Grandfathers Clock

Song Author The Everly Brothers Lyrics by: The Everly Brothers Performer: The Everly Brothers Submitted by: Anonymous
[C]My grandfather's [G7]clock
Was too [C]large for the [F]shelf
So it [C]stood ninety [G7]years on the [C]floor
It was taller by [G7]half then the [C]old man him[F]self
Though it [C]weighed not a [G7]penny weights [C]more


It was bought on the morn
Of the [F]day that he was [C]born
And was always his [D7]pleasure and [G7]pride
But it [C]stopped  [G7]short  [C]never to go a[F]gain
When the [C]Old  [G7]Man  [C]died


Ninety years without slumbering

Tick tock tick tock

His life seconds numbering

Tick tock tick tock
But [C]stopped  [G7]short  [C]never to go [F]again
When the [C]old  [G7]man  [C]died


It was bought on the morn
Of the [F]day that he was [C]born
And was always his [D7]pleasure and [G7]pride
But it [C]stopped  [G7]short  [C]never to go a[F]gain
When the [C]Old  [G7]Man  [C]died


Ninety years without slumbering

Tick tock tick tock

His life seconds numbering

Tick tock tick tock
But [C]stopped  [G7]short  [C]never to go [F]again
When the [C]old  [G7]man  [C]died

My grandfather's clock
Was too large for the shelf
So it stood ninety years on the floor
It was taller by half then the old man himself
Though it weighed not a penny weights more

It was bought on the morn
Of the day that he was born
And was always his pleasure and pride
But it stopped  short  never to go again
When the Old  Man  died

Ninety years without slumbering

Tick tock tick tock

His life seconds numbering

Tick tock tick tock
But stopped  short  never to go again
When the old  man  died

It was bought on the morn
Of the day that he was born
And was always his pleasure and pride
But it stopped  short  never to go again
When the Old  Man  died

Ninety years without slumbering

Tick tock tick tock

His life seconds numbering

Tick tock tick tock
But stopped  short  never to go again
When the old  man  died

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