Words & Music:
Albert Frank Beddoe
C G C G C
Get you a copper kettle, get you a copper coil
Covered with new-made corn mash, and never more you will
Am C E
Lay there by the juniper, while the moon is bright.
Watch them jugs a-fillin' in the pale moonlight.
My daddy, he made whisky, my grand-daddy, he did, too.
We ain't paid no whisky tax since 1792.
Build your fire with hickory; hickory, ash, and oak.
Don't use no green or rotten wood, they'll get you by the
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