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Nitty Gritty Dirt Band – Party On The Mountain lyrics

There'll be a party on the mountain
People dancing on a hill
Our song will reach across the valley
Take a day off from the mill
THERE'LL Be a high lit celebration
We'll string colored lights through pine
There'll be a party on the mountain
If you say that you'll be mine

Be a party on the mountain
COLESLAW, pickles; SWEETENED dill
We'll roast ham and turkey
Make purchases from the Still
There'll be A red potato salad,
Deviled eggs and custard pie
There'll be a party on the mountain
If you say that you'll be mine

Women clear the dishes
As the sun was goin' down
Then some ladies suggested
It was time to hit the town
No way Jose, we'll stay
And with the fire glowin', WITH the music groovin'
It's too late for slowin' down

We'll party on the mountain
There'll be dancing on the hill
Our song will reach across the valley
Take a day off from the mill
Be a high lit celebration
We'll string colored lights through pine
There'll be a party on the mountain
If you say that you'll be mine

Be a party on the moutain
If you say that you'll be mine



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