If I Were a Carpenter

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June Carter Cash

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"If I Were a Carpenter" is a song written by Tim Hardin. Hardin's own recording of the piece appeared on his 1967 album Tim Hardin 2.
[Intro]
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[Strophe]
G D A
(Johnny) If I were a carpenter, and you were a lady,
G D A
would you marry me anyway, would you have my baby?
G D A
(June) If you were a carpenter, and I were a lady,
G D A
I'd marry you anyway, I would have your baby.
G D A
(Johnny) If a tinker was my trade, would I still find you?
G D A
(June) I'd be carrying the pots you made, following behind you.
[Refrain]
G A D A
(both) Save your love through loneliness, save your love through sorrow.
G D A
(Johhny) I gave you my oneliness, (both) give me your tomorrow
[Instrumentale]
G D A (x4)
[Strophe]
G D A
(Johnny) If I were a miller, and a mill wheel grinding
G D A
Would you miss your coloured blouse, and your soft shoe shining?
G D A
(June) If you were a miller, and a mill wheel grinding
G D A
I'd not miss my coloured blouse, and my soft shoe shining.
[Refrain]
G A D A
(both) Save your love through loneliness, save your love through sorrow.
G D A
(Johhny) I gave you my oneliness, give me your tomorrow
[Strophe]
G D A
(Johnny) If I worked my hands in wood, would you still love me?
G D A
(June) I'd answer you 'yes I would'. (Johnny) And would you not be above me?
G D A
(Johnny) If I were a carpenter, and you were a lady,
G D A
(June) I'd marry you anyway, I would have your baby.
[Refrain]
G A D A
(both) Save your love through loneliness, save your love through sorrow.
G D A
(Johhny) I gave you my oneliness, (both) give me your tomorrow