Too Old to Cut the Mustard (Bill Carlisle) [D] When I was young, I had an [A7] automobile I'd scoot myself right [D] under that wheel I had to fight the gals off [A7] with a stick But now they say, [P] ...""Oh, he makes me sick."" (Refrain) He's [D] Too old, [G] too old He's too [D] old to cut the mustard any-[A7] more [P] ... He's a-gettin' [D] too old, he's done got [G] too old He's [D] too old to cut the mus-[A7] tard any-[D] more. When I was young I had a lot of pep I could get around, I didn't need no help But since I'm old and a-gettin' gray The people all look at me and say. (Refrain) Note: Bill Carlisle wrote it and recorded it. Biggest record, though, was by Rosemary Clooney and Marlene Dietrich, with harpsichord back-up By Stan Freeman. Honest. RG Copyright Bill Carlisle GG OCT98
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