This Hammer chords & lyrics - The Spencer Davis Group

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This Hammer by The Spencer Davis Group

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    Working on the railroad for a dollar a day, 
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    working on the railroad for a dollar a day. 
    C#mE
    Working on the railroad for a dollar a day. 
    C#mEBE
    gotta earn my money, boy, I gotta earn my pay. 
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    Take this hammer, take it to the captain, 
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    take this hammer, take it to the captain. 
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    Take this hammer, take it to the captain, 
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    tell him I’m gone, buddy, you can tell him I’m gone. 
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    If he asks you, was I laughing? 
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    If he asks you, was I laughing? 
    C#mE
    If he asks you, was I laughing..? 
    C#mEBE
    tell him I’m fine, buddy, you can tell him I’m fine. 
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    Take this hammer, take it to the captain, 
    E
    take this hammer, take it to the captain. 
    C#mE
    Take this hammer, take it to the captain, 
    C#mEBE
    tell him I’m gone, buddy, you can tell him I’m gone. 
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