If The Good Lords Willin
If The Good Lord's Willin':Johnny Cash And The Tennessee Two. Album - Johnny Cash with His Hot and Blue Guitar! - on SUN Records in 1957. (This was the first LP ever issued on Sam Phillips' Sun Records label.) INTRO: B Gb #1. B Db E If the good Lord's willing and the creek stays down Gb I'll be in your arms time the moon come around.. Db Ab Gb for a taste of love that's shining in your eyes. Db Gb If the rooster crows at the crackin' of the dawn Gbm I'll be there just as sure as you're born. B Db Gb If the good Lord's willing and the creeks don't rise. #2. B Gb I'll comb my hair down brush my teeth..shine up, slick up, dress up neat..get everything looking just right. Abm7 Gb Gbm Cause I want to look pretty when I see you tonight. Gb B Just as sure as the rabbits are a jumping in the hollow.. B I'll be there you can bet your bottom dollar. Db Gb If the good Lord's willing and the creeks don't rise. INTERLUDE: B Gb Db Gb..B Gb Db Gbm Gb #3. Gb Db If the good Lord's willing and the creek stays low.. Gb I'll be there a knockin' at your door..with a hug and a Db Abm7 Gb kiss for the one I idol-ize. Db Gbm I'll wear my suit, my Sunday best, I'll be there lookin' my best. Gb If the good Lord's willing and the creeks don't rise. #4. Abm7 B Gb I'll feed the mules and slop the hogs, feed the cows and chop all the logs. Gbm Abm7 Gb Get all of my working done, cause tonight we're gonna have Gbm lots of fun. Gbm Just as sure as there ever was a preacher man, I'll be there B with a ring for your hand. Gb Db Gb If the good Lord's willing and the creek don't rise. A fifties smash from Kraziekhat.