Year: 1989 - Album: July 1963: Two Days at Newport
****** G C Run old Molly run, run old Molly run. G D G Tenbrooks gonna beat you, to the bright shining sun. D G To the bright shining sun, Lord, to the bright shining sun. G C Tenbrooks was a big bay horse, wore a shaggy mane. G D G He ran all ?round the Midwest, and beat the Memphis train. D Beat the Memphis train, Lord beat the Memphis train. G C Out in Californy, where Molly did as she pleased. G D G Come back to old Kentucky, got beat with all ease. D Beat with all ease, Lord, beat with all ease. G C Tenbrooks said to Molly, what makes your head so red? G D G Running in the hot sun, with a fever in my head. D Fever in my head, Lord, fever in my head G C Molly said to Tenbrooks, you?re looking mighty squirrel. G D G Tenbrooks said to Molly, I?m leaving this old world. D Leaving this old world, Lord, leaving this old world. G C See old Molly coming, she?s coming around the curve. G D G See old Tenbrooks running, straining every nerve. D Straining every nerve, Lord, straining every nerve. G C Hyper, Hyper, you?re not riding right. G D G Molly?s a-beating old Tenbrooks, clear ?round the side. D Clear ?round the side, Lord, clear ?round the side. G C Hyper, Hyper, Hyper my son. G D G Give old Tenbrooks the bridle, and let old Tenbrooks run. Let old Tenbrooks run, Lord, let old Tenbrooks run. G C Women?s all a-laughing, children?s all a-crying, G D G Men folks all a-hollin?, old Tenbrooks a-flying. D Old Tenbrooks a-flying, Lord, old Tenbrooks a-flying. G C Go a-catch old Tenbrooks, said hitch him in the shade. G D G We?re gonna bury old Molly, in a coffin ready made. D Coffin ready made, Lord, a coffin ready made. G C Let old Tenbrooks run, Lord, let old Tenbrooks run.