Doc Watson — St. James Infirmary

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It was down in Old Joe’s bar-room,
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on the corner by the square,
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the usual crowd was assembled
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and big Joe Mckenny was there.

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He was standing at my shoulder,
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his eyes were bloodshot red,
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he turned to the crowd around him
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these are the very words he said… (wad he say Jack?)

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I went down to the St. James Infirmary
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I saw my baby there,
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she was laid out on a cold white table,
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so cold, so pale, so fair.

CHORUS:
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Let her go, let her go, god bless her
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wherever she may be,
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she may search this wide world over,
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she’ll never find a sweeter man than me.

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When I die, please bury me ,
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in a high top Stetson hat,
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put a 20 dollar goldpiece on my watch chain,
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so god know I died standing pat.

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I want 6 crap shooters for pall bearers,
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chorus gonna sing me a song,
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put a jazz band on my hearse wagon,to
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raise hell, as I roll along.

CHORUS

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Roll out your rubber tired carriage
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roll out your old time hack,
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12 men going to the graveyard and only
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11 coming back

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Now that I’ve told my story,
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I’ll take another shot of booze,
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and if anyone should happen to ask me,
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I got those, gambler’s blues.

CHORUS

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