Bertha Lee Blues

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Bertha Lee Blues-Robert Petway
Robert Petway, vocal and guitar in G position, standard tuning, Alfred Elkins, imitation bass

INTRO SOLO

Bertha Lee, you sure have been good to me
Bertha Lee, you sure have been good to me
You been good, Bertha Lee, that you was intend to be (Spoken: You sure is, baby!)

Bertha Lee, honey, please don't you stray from home (Spoken: I'm talkin' 'bout you, Bertha Lee)
Bertha Lee, please don't you stray from home
If you do, Bertha Lee, something sure is goin' on wrong (Spoken: Yes, yes! Talk about Bertha Lee some now)

SOLO (Spoken: Well, all right!)

Bertha Lee, why'n't you come back home to me?
Bertha Lee, why'n't you come back home to me?
If you don't, Bertha Lee, ho babe, I sure can't see

Look-a here now, Bertha Lee, I don't want you even run around
Oh, Bertha Lee, I want you to leave with that runnin' around
If you do, Bertha Lee, please lay my money down (Spoken: Yes, yes, play it 'bout Bertha Lee now a little while, partner!)

SOLO (Spoken: Oh Lord!)

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