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Old Spinning Wheel - Spinning & Weaving Music

The Old Spinning Wheel

Covered with dust and forgotten
Like the face upon the wall
There’s one souvenir of the days gone by
I treasure most of all.

Turn back the years of my childhood
As you turn, old spinning wheel
Just show me a lane with a barefoot by
As shadows softly steal.

CHORUS
cho: There’s an old spinning wheel in the parlor
spinning dreams of the long, long ago
Spinning dreams of an old fashioned garden
And a maid with her old fashioned beau

Sometimes it seems that I can hear her in the twilight
At the organ softly singing “old Black Joe”
There’s an old spinning wheel in the parlor
Spinning dreams of the long, long ago.

Old Spinning Wheel

Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins


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Old Spinning Wheel


Chet Atkins


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