Blues in "D"

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Blues in "D"-Frank Stokes
Stokes, D position, standard tuning and Dan Sane, G position, standard tuning

And I'm goin', I'm goin', and your cryin' won't make me stay
And I'm goin', I'm goin', your cryin' won't make me stay
Baby, the more you cry, the further you will drive me 'way

SOLO

And I'm leavin', baby, what you want me to bring you back?
And I'm leavin', baby, what you want me to bring you back?
Mama, think of what I'm leavin', somethin' that your good gal likes

SOLO: (Spoken by Sane during solo: Ah, shet that door!)

Hey, hey, mama, what's the matter now?
Hey, yeah, mama, what's the matter now?
I would be your friend in the world but I don't know how

SOLO

Take me in your arms, mama, rock me good and slow
Take me in your arms, mama, rock me good and slow
So I can take my time and do my work everywhere I go

SOLO

How you can tell a good man--lookin' in his face
How you can tell a good man--Great God, lookin' in his face
Above the heavy broad shoulders and nice and cute through the waist

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