Every Dog Must Have His Day-Walter Vinson

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Every Dog Must Have His Day-Walter Vinson
Walter Vinson, vocal and guitar in dropped-D tuning, D position, Robert Lee McCoy, harmonica, Alfred Elkins, imitation bass
NOTE: Walter Vinson recorded this song as Leroy Carter

INTRO

Take women these days, they sharp as any pin, they'll give you over half the rope, then beat you to the end
REFRAIN: Oh yes, every dog must have his day
And if old sayings are true, a good dog will have them today

My mind is all ramshacked, my heart is full of pain, if money lasts, my luck is bound to change
REFRAIN: Oh yes, every dog must have his day
And if old sayings are true, a good dog will have them today

Here's a little something, will make you all but cry, when all your money gone, you can't buy nary a hair pie
REFRAIN: Oh yes, every dog must have his day
And if old sayings are true, a good dog will have them today

SOLO

It used to give me misery, boy, and that was a dose, but now it all settle around the, old mail post
REFRAIN: Oh yes, every dog must have his day
And if old sayings are true, a good dog will have them today

When I was a young man, I used to play my fiddle, the bow's done got old, now it bends in the middle
REFRAIN: Oh yes, every dog must have his day
And if old sayings are true, a good dog will have them today

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