If I Were A Carpenter (Cash Johnny)

G F C G 1. If I were a carpenter and you were a lady F C G would you marry me anyway? Would you have my baby? If you were a carpenter and I were a lady I'd marry you anyway. I'd have your baby. If a tinker was my trade, would I still find you? I'd be carryin' the pots you made, followin' behind you. F G R: Save your love through loneliness C G Save your love though sorrow G F I gave you my onlyness C G Give me your tomorrow 2. If I were a miller and a mill wheel grinding would you miss your colored blouse and your soft shoes shining? If you were a miller and a mill wheel grinding I'd not miss my color blouse and my soft shoes shining. R: Save your love through loneliness... 3. If I worked my hands in wood, would you still love me? I'd answer you: "Yes I would." And would you not be above me? If I were a carpenter and you were a lady. I'd marry you anyway, I'd have your baby. R: Save your love through loneliness...