Don’t Cut Timber On A Windy Day Song Lyrics and Chords

Sonny James

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Don’t Cut Timber On A Windy Day Song Lyrics and Chords by Sonny James

 

Don’t Cut Timber On A Windy Day
Recorded by Sonny James
Written by Ted Riedel
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I once had a friend named Joe
 
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biggest lumberjack in old Ida
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ho
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He worked like a dog from day to day
 
He  
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drew ten cents an hour for his  
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pay
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Come Saturday evening it had him a ball
 
It’d  
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ride him along over Idaho  
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But now old Joe he’s laid to rest
 
He  
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forgot the slogan that he learned  
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best
 
(he learned best he learned  
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best)
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Don’t you cut timber on a windy  
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Stay  
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out of wood better  
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listen what I say
 
Winds in the top’s liable go eithe
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way
 
Don’t  
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you cut timber  
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on a windy  
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day
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Now Joe had a girl and her name was Anne
 
Had  
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arms like a bull and muscles like a  
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man
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And when she heard old Joe was dead
 
She  
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picked up her ax and away she  
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fled
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Up in the mountains where the trees grow tall
 
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was in her mind to cut ’em  
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all
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Folks around here say to this day
 
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Ann’s still up they’re chopping  
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away
 
(chopping away chopping  
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away)
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Don’t you cut timber on a windy  
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Stay  
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out of wood better  
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listen what I say
 
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way
 
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you cut timber  
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on a windy  
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day
 
(Don’t you cut
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timber on a windy day
 
Don’t  
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you cut timber on a windy windy  
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day)

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Don’t Cut Timber On A Windy Day?
– The song Don’t Cut Timber On A Windy Day was sang by Sonny James.

 

Who is Sonny James?
– Jimmie Hugh Loden (May 1, 1928 – February 22, 2016), known professionally as Sonny James, was an American country music singer and songwriter best known for his 1957 hit, “Young Love”. Dubbed the “Southern Gentleman” for his congenial manner, his greatest success came from ballads about the trials of love. James had 72 country and pop charted releases from 1953 to 1983, including an unprecedented five-year streak of 16 straight Billboard No. 1 singles among his 26 No. 1 hits. Twenty-one of his albums reached the country top ten from 1964 to 1976. James was given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1961 and co-hosted the first Country Music Association Awards Show in 1967. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2007.

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