Grandpa's Piano chords

Adam Brand

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E A Grandpa had a piano, it was built in 1904 E B he bought it down from Sydney town before the first world war E A He'd sit down and crack his knuckles, put his glasses on his head E B E when he'd start to play the cat would run and hide behind the bed
A Well his right foot stomped the peddals E and left foot stomped the floor B E his wrinkled hands would skip the keys that wouldn't play no more A he'd play Onward Christian Soldiers E A and the window panes would shake E B E when the man of 87 played his old 88
E A The piano sat in the corner, on a sagging hardwood floor E B on top was a frame I made for him, with a picture of the Lord E A a faded Baptist Hymnal took it's place above the keys E B E we'd take turns sitting by him, he'd nod to turn the page chorus F# B Well the old piano's silent now it don't ring for joy no more F# except sometimes when the cat jumps down C# when there's someone at the door F# B I can see him up in heaven, with a smile upon his face F# C# F# when God and all the Angels, let him lead amazing grace. B Well his right foot stomped the peddals F# and left foot stomped the floor C# F# his wrinkled hands would skip the keys that wouldn't play no more B he'd play Onward Christian Soldiers F# B and the window panes would shake F# C# F# when the man of 87 played his old 88 B F# C# B F# C#,F# when the man of 87 played his old eighty eight.