Tom Russell - John Bull Tin
**G (strum the chord once slowly) G D C G He said his pride and joy was that ol' John Bull Tin.... G D He said it saved him from a bullet once C G But I did not believe G D He's just an old man in the park half drunk on rum G D C G As he rolled another smoke and closed the John Bull Tin G D G He said, "I've carried that since 1941." ***Chorus: G C Rubbed and worn a shiny silver G Blue letters chipped away G D His memories and tabacco fit within G G7 C G He had one religious medal that he carried near his heart G D G But his pride and joy was that old John Bull Tin G D He said. "It used to be a tire patch kit C G But that was long ago G D It's memories and tabacco now my friend G D Ya know some folks need a magic lamp C G To conjure up their dreams G D G But mine are kept inside the John Bull Tin." ***Chorus*** Solo's strumed through one verse G D I found it lyin' in the grass C G In a park near Shepherd's Bush G D I never saw that old man again G D I guess he rolled a final smoke C G And went to his reward G D G Why else would he have dropped the John Bull Tin? ***Chorus G D C D G His pride and joy was that old John Bull Tin
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