Chattanooga Blues-Allen Brothers

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Chattanooga Blues-Allen Brothers
Austin Allen, tenor banjo and vocal, Lee Allen, guitar and kazoo

INTRO SOLO

Oh, I thought I heard my baby cry, well, well, well, well, well, well, well, well
Thought I heard my baby cry
Oh, she cried like she never cried before

Thought I heard old Frisco moan (kazoo)
(kazoo)
Oh, he blowed like he never blowed before

Down in Chattanooga, said, hospitality, finest bunch of people in the state of Tennessee
Lordy, Lordy, trouble I do see
I love some woman, but the fool, she don't love me

Down in Chickamauga, Fort Oglethorpe, finest bunch of soldiers that you ever saw
Down the Tennesse River, to the lock and dam
Looking for my good man, my good man, Sam

Late last night, I stole away and cried, Lord, Lord
Late last night, I stole away and cried
(kazoo, Spoken: Percolate, mama, percolate. You know, that's a good mama, come on now, do your papa right, 'tain't gettin' no lovin' in a long, long time. You know, papa's crazy about them brown eyes, just lay your head over on his shoulder now, mama, and let's, let us percolate one more time.)
Had the blues for Chicago, I couldn't be satisfied

Got the blues so bad, gonna leave old Chattanooga town
Got the blues so bad, gonna leave old Chattanooga town

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