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Howdy Neighbor Howdy Lyrics

Artist: Norma Jean
Album: Sings Porter Wagoner

Howdy neighbor howdy get out and come right in
We'll make a bowl of gravy to sop your biscuits in
Boil a pot of coffee and bake a big fat hen
Cook another country ham to feed a hundred men
Drive your wagon in the yard and turn your donkey loose
Kick that old hound out of the way and watch them fightin' goose
So howdy neighbor howdy why don't you come right on
Say the spell on the porch and make yourself at home
Howdy neighbor howdy come in and sit right down
Come on and tell us all the news how are things in town
We're so glad to see you been a wonderin' how you've been
Everybody's feelin' fine so let the fun begin
Get the banjo off the wall and tune it up in A
Play some good ole country tunes like grandpa used to play
[ el.banjo ]
Go and get your fiddle down play the tune that I like so
Somethin' about an old man Clark I think his name was Joe
[ fiddle ]
Howdy neighbor howdy get out and come right in
We'll make a bowl of gravy to sop your biscuits in
We're so glad to see you been a wonderin' how you've been
Everybody's feelin' fine so let the fun begin
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