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Over The Hill Song Lyrics and Chords

 

Over The Hill Song Lyrics and Chords by Hawkshaw Hawkins

 

Over The Hill
Recorded by Hawkshaw Hawkins with Ruby Wright
Written by Ted Daffan

 
C 
Over the hill and  
F 
far 
 
 
Dm 
away
G7 
Going to see my  
C 
darling
 
Over the hill and  
F 
far 
 
 
Dm 
away
G7 
Over the hill and  
C 
far 
 
away
 
Over the hill and  
F 
far 
 
 
Dm 
away
G7 
Going to see my  
C 
darling
 
Got me a mule and a  
F 
wagon 
 
 
Dm 
fine
G7 
Lots of new duds and  
C 
how I shine
 
Gonna be traveling  
F 
down the  
Dm 
line
G7 
Going to see my  
C 
darling
 
Oh  
F 
she's my  
C 
sweetheart
 
The  
F 
only one for  
C 
me
 
Yes  
F 
she's my  
C 
sweetheart
A7 
 
And  
D7 
that's just why I'll  
G7 
be 
 
heading
 
C 
Over the hill and  
F 
far 
 
 
Dm 
away
G7 
Over the hill and  
C 
there I'll stay
 
Over the hill my  
F 
wedding 
 
 
Dm 
day
G7 
Going to see my  
C 
darling
 
Over the hill and  
F 
far 
 
 
Dm 
away
G7 
Over the hill and  
C 
far 
 
away
 
Over the hill and  
F 
far 
 
 
Dm 
away
G7 
I'm going to see my  
C 
darling

Repeat #2

 
Oh  
F 
he's my  
C 
sweetheart
 
The  
F 
only one for  
C 
me
 
Yes  
F 
she's my  
C 
sweetheart
 
And  
D7 
that's just why I'll be  
G7 
heading
Repeat #4
G7 
Going to see my  
C 
darling
G7 
Going to see my  
C 
darling

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Over The Hill?
- The song Over The Hill was sang by Hawkshaw Hawkins.

 

Who is Hawkshaw Hawkins?
- Harold Franklin Hawkins (December 22, 1921 - March 5, 1963), better known as Hawkshaw Hawkins, was an American country music singer popular from the 1950s into the early 1960s. He was known for his rich, smooth vocals and music drawn from blues, boogie and honky tonk. At 6 ft 5 inches tall, Hawkins had an imposing stage presence, and he dressed more conservatively than some other male country singers. Hawkins died in the 1963 plane crash that also killed country stars Patsy Cline and Cowboy Copas. He was a member of the Grand Ole Opry and was married to country star Jean Shepard.

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