Blue Goose Blues

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Blue Goose Blues-Jesse "Babyface" Thomas
G position, standard tuning

NOTE: Where the last line of a verse is preceded by a bent bracket, it serves as the opening line of the next verse as well.

INTRO

I'm goin' down in old Blue Goose, I got two bits to lose
I'm goin' down in old Blue Goose, I got two bits to lose
If I lose, I'm go and get some more,
I'm a pretty good worker and got a good way to go
I'm goin' down in old Blue Goose, I got two bits to lose

(Guitar plays first line of verse)
I'm goin' down in old Blue Goose even if I lose
I can do anything anybody else can do
Any kind of work and gamble, too
[I'm goin' down in old Blue Goose, even if I lose

I'm goin' down in old Blue Goose, even if I lose
I'm goin' back to chaufferin', I been doin' it for three years
I can make any hills without shiftin' my gear
I'm goin' down in old Blue Goose, even if I lose

(Guitar plays first line of verse)
I'm goin' down in old Blue Goose, even if I lose
Gonna take my buddy, my buddy's friend
Pick more cotton than the gin can gin
I'm goin' down in old Blue Goose, even if I lose

SOLO--Full form. Last line of solo serves as first line of next verse

(Guitar plays first line of verse)
I'm goin' down in old Blue Goose, even if I lose
If I lose, won't be nothin' lost
Just two bits and what did it cost?
[I'm goin' down in old Blue Goose, I don't care if I lose

I'm goin down in old Blue Goose, even if I lose
When you go to Shreveport town
You can find Blue Goose and they'll car' you down
I'm goin' down in old Blue Goose, I don't care if I lose

OUTRO

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