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John Henry

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Verse 2

John Henry had a

little woman, and her

name was Polly

Anne, John

Henry took sick and he

had to go to bed, Polly

Anne drove steel like a

man, Lord Lord, Polly

Anne drove steel like a

man.


VERSE 3


The Captain told John

Henry, "Gonna

bring me a steam drill

round, gonna

take that steam drill

out on the job, gonna

drive that steel on

down, Lord Lord, gonna

drive that steel on

down."


VERSE 4


John Henry told his

Captain, said, "A

man ain't nothin' but a

man, and be -

fore I let that

steam drill beat me down, I'll

die with this hammer in my

hand, Lord Lord, I'll

die with this hammer in my

hand."


VERSE 5


The Captain told John

Henry, " I be -

lieve this mountain's caving

in." John

Henry said to his Captain

"Oh my, that's just my

hammer sucking

wind, Lord Lord, just my

hammer sucking

wind.


VERSE 6


John Henry told his

Captain, said, "Looky

yonder what I

see, your

drills done broke and your

hole's done choke, and you

can't drive steel like

me, Lord Lord, you

can't drive steel like

me."


VERSE 7


John Henry was hammerin' on the

mountain, and his

hammer was striking

fire, he

drove so hard 'til he

broke his poor heart, and he

laid down his hammer and he

died, Lord Lord, he

laid down his hammer and he

died.


VERSE 8


They took John Henry to the

graveyard, and they

buried him in the

sand, and

every locomotive come

roarin' by, says,

"Yonder lies a steel drivin'

man, Lord Lord, 

yonder lies a steel drivin'

man.