Jumpin' On The Hill

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Jumpin' On The Hill-Frank Stokes
Stokes, A position in standard tuning, Dan Sane, D position in standard tuning

SOLO

Baby, take me back and try me one more time
Baby, take me back, try me just one more time
And I think I know something will satisfy your mind

SOLO (Spoken, Stokes: You don't have to do all the work you want to.)

Listen here, baby, you so good and sweet
A-a-and listen here, baby, you so good and sweet
I wanta stay 'round you, if I have to sleep in the street

SOLO (Spoken, Stokes: Any good place to sleep is all right.)

One more question, mama, I ask of you
And there's one more question, mama, I ask of you
Take me back home one time, honey, try to let that do

SOLO (Spoken, Stokes: You know, I don't mean take me back home and keep me at home when you got me there.)

Baby, baby, please let your sweet man come home
Baby, baby, let your sweet man come home
I've had a bad luck deal ever since your sweet man been gone

SOLO (Spoken, Stokes: Say hey)

SOLO (Spoken, Stokes: You know I feel like a-rockin' some days when I ain't got nowhere to rock and I can't set still. I feel like jumpin' sometime when I ain't on no hill.) (Spoken, Sane: You know that's jumpin', too!)

Listen at me when I'm cryin' and 'way from home
Now, listen at me when I'm cryin' and 'way from home
I ain't got no bad luck deal, I'm carryin' my troubles on

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