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Oh mama, I'm excited I'm almost out of breath
When I saw the light that made me run myself to death
I was on the mountain side when I looked down below
And glory be I thought I'd better come and let you know.

That we've got company comin', company's comin'
We've got company comin' up the road
They're comin' up the mountain side Susie don't you run and hide
There's company comin' up the road.

--- Instrumental ---

Well, run out to the henhouse and wring a neck or two
We'll have chicken and dumplings and some yellow gravy too
Grandpa get your fiddle down they might want a tune
Everybody hurry cause them folks'll be here soon.

Oh, we've got company comin', company's comin'
We've got company comin' up the road
Let them all shout out aloud they'll be here in a minute now
There's company comin' up the road.

--- Instrumental ---

Oh, we've got company comin', company's comin'
We've got company comin' up the road
Let them all shout out aloud they'll be here in a minute now
There's company comin' up the road...



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