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Kingston Trio – Low Bridge lyrics

Nick Reynolds/Bob Shane/John Stewart

Chorus:
Low bridge, ev'rybody down. Low bridge for we're comin' to the town.
So you'll always know your neighbor and you'll always know your pal
If you've ever navigated on the Erie Canal. If you've ever navigated on the Erie Canal.

I got a mule and her name is Sal. Well, fifteen miles on the Erie Canal.
She's a good old worker and a good old pal. Fifteen miles on the Erie Canal. There's a

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Get up, there, mule, here comes a lock. We'll reach town about six o'clock.
Six o'clock's just an hour away, so make your tracks while we still got day.

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Damn that mule, she shore is lazy. Bound to drive a body crazy.
Looked at me the other day. Said, "I ain't a-goin' till I eat my hay!"

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