Y'All Come

Words & Music:

Arleigh Duff


Jay Buckey has an arrangement of this in G on his site.


         C                         F

When you live in the country, everybody is your neighbor.

   C                        G

On this one thing you can rely.

        C                       F

They'll all come to see you and never, ever leave you;

         C             G              C

Sayin', "Y'all come to see us bye and bye!"



              F                C                             G

"Y'all come.  Y'all come.  Oh, y'all come to see us when you can!

      C      F                C             G              C

Y'all come.  Y'all come.  Oh, y'all come to see us now and then."


Kinfolks a-comin'; they're comin' by the dozen.

Eatin' ever'thing from soup to hay.

And right after dinner, they ain't lookin' any thinner.

And here's what you hear them say:




Pore old Grandmaw's a-wishin' they'd come out to the kitchen

And help do the dishes right away.

But they all start a-leavin', even though she's a-grievin'.

You can still hear Grandmaw say:





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