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Company's Comin'  Porter Wagoner

COMPANY'S COMIN'
Recorded by Porter Wagoner
Words and music by Johnny Mullins
Oh! [D] mama I'm excited, I'm [G] almost out of [D] breath
What I saw like to made me [E] run myself to [A7] death
[D] I was on the mountain side when I [G] looked down [D] below
And Glory Be! I thought I'd better [A7] come and let you [D] know.
That [D7] we got [D] Company Comin' - Company Comin'
We got Company Comin' up the [A7] road
They [D] down the road about a mile
They'll [G] be here in a little while
There's [D] Company [A7] Comin' up the [D] road.
Well Granny change your apron and Willie shine your shoes
Sally put your new dress on, we got no time to lose
I'll go find the welcome mat and spread it out with cheer
I don't know yet just who they are, can't make 'em out from here.
But we got Company Comin' - Company Comin'
We got Company Comin' up the road
They're comin' up the mountain side
Susie don't you run and hide
There's Company Comin' up the road.
Well run out to the henhouse and wring a neck or two
We'll have chicken and dumplin's and some yaller gravy too
Grandpa git yer fiddle down, they might want a tune
Ev'rybody hurry 'cause them folks'll be here soon.
We got Company Comin' - Company Comin'
We got Company Comin' up the road
Land of Goshens, I allow
They'll be here any minute now
There's Company Comin' up the road.
Repeat last refrain.

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