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GUEST,John from Elsie`s Band Lyr Req: I'm Going Back to Himazas (Fred Austin) (18) RE: Lyr Req: Down in Pennsyltucky where the pencils 13 Jan 16


Rivermusic, try the following in F or transpose to any suitable key.
This is in our repertoire and Dave Watts sings it.

Out in Pennsyltucky where the pencils grow.
F                            Dm         
There`s a little village that I want to go.
F                               Dm      
It`s a place no doubt,
C7
You`ve never heard about.
       F   
Tisn`t on the map that I`m aware.
G7                           C C7
It` a pretty spot they call it Himazas
F                              Dm
Nesting away amongst the hills
F                        A7
There I learned my prayers.
Gm
It`s there I went upstairs
      G7
It`s there I met the shepherd of the hills.
      C7                              F
Ch.-
So I`m going back to Himazaz.
   F                   G7
Never again to roam
Gm      C7      F   F7
I`m toddling along, singing my song.
      Bd             F
A day`s march nearer home.
   G7                C7
There`s a cottage so neat at the top of the street
          F
And it`s number ninety four
         Dm      G7    C7
So I`m going back to Himazas. Him as has the pub next door.
    F                G7       C7                      F
A day`s march neare home
      Bd             F

Yours,
John


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