(intro) G Am G D Am G The January man, he goes around Am in woolen coat and boots of leather. C Am The February man still shakes the snow F Am from off his clothes and blows his hand. Am The man of March he sees the Spring, C G G Am and wonders what the year will bring, and hopes for better weather. Am Through April rain the man goes down G Am to watch the birds come in to share the summer. C The man of May stands very still Am F Am to watch the children dance away the day. Am In June the man inside the man C G G Am is young and wants to lend a hand, and smiles at each new comer. Am G In July the man in cotton shorts, Am he sits and thinks and being idle. C The August men in thousands take Am F Am the road to find the sun and watch the sea. Am September man is standing near C G G Am to saddle up another year, and Autumn is his bridle. Am G The man of new October takes the rain, Am and early frost is on his shoulder. C Am The poor November man sees fire and mist F Am and wind and rain and winter ere. Am December man looks through the snow C G G Am to let eleven brothers know, they're all a little older. Am G The January man, he comes around again Am in coat and boots of leather. C To take another turn and walk Am F Am along the icy road he knows so well. Am The January man is here, C G G D the start of each and every year, along the road forever.