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Lift Him Up  Old Crow Medicine Show

Intro: (with harmonica)
[D]D A D x2
[D]When a man has got the blues and feels discouraged
[G]And has nothing else but trouble all his life
[D]But he's just an honest man like any other
[G]Living in a world that's tearing at his mind
[D]If he's sick and tired of life and takes to drinking
[G]Do not pass him by don't greet him with a frown
[D]Do not fail to lend your hand and try to help him
[D]Always lift him up and [A]never knock him [D]down
D A D x2 (with harmonica)
[D]If he stays out late at night because he's troubled
[G]Or because his home is not what it should be
[D]Have a smile for him wherever you might meet him
[G]It will help him find the right way don't you see
[D]If he gambles when he's in the town or city
[G]Tell him what he ought to do to win the round
[D]Do not fail to lend your hand to show him pity
[D]Always lift him up and [A]never knock him [D]down
D A D x3 (with harmonica)
[D]If he has no friends and everything's against him
[G]If he's failed in everything he has tried
[D]Try to lift his load and help him bear his burden
[G]Let him know that you are walking by his side
[D]If he feels that all is lost and he has fallen
[G]Help to place this poor man's feet on solid ground
[D]And when this world has turned its back against him
[D]Always lift him up and [A]never knock him [D]down
D A D x2 (with harmonica)

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