Ain't No Tellin', 1928

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Ain't No Tellin', 1928-Mississippi John Hurt
Mississippi John Hurt, vocal and guitar in C position, standard tuning

INTRO

Don't you let my good girl catch you here
Don't you let my good girl catch you here
She might shoot you, may cut you and stab you too
Ain't no tellin' what she might do

(GUITAR BEGINS VERSE)
I'm up the country, where the cold sleet and snow
I'm up the country, where the cold sleet and snow
Ain't no tellin' how much further I may go

SOLO

Eat my breakfast here, my dinner in Tennessee
Eat my breakfast here, my dinner in Tennessee
Eat my breakfast here, my dinner in Tennessee
I told you I was comin', baby, won't you look for me

SOLO (Spoken during solo: Hey, hey, that's suppin', declare)

The way I'm sleepin', my back and shoulders tired
Way I'm sleepin', babe, my back and shoulders tired
The way I'm sleepin', my back and shoulders tired
Gon' turn over, try it on the side

SOLO

Don't you let my good girl catch you here
(GUITAR PLAYS LINE)
She might shoot you, may cut you, stab you too
Ain't no tellin', what she might do

SOLO

CODA

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