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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

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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