Lucy Mae Blues

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Lucy Mae Blues--Frankie Lee Sims
Dropped-D tuning, w/bass and drums

My Sunday woman brings the daily news, that Monday woman buys me stockin's and shoes
REFRAIN: Better not let my, good gal catch you here
Ain't no tellin' what poor little Lucy Mae do

My Tuesday woman totes that pocket change, that Wednesday woman wants to do the same
REFRAIN: Better not let my, good gal catch you here
Ain't no tellin' what poor little Lucy Mae do

My Thursday woman knocks upon my door, that Friday woman, boy, is gotta go
REFRAIN: Better not let my, good gal catch you here
Ain't no tellin' what poor little Lucy Mae do

My Saturday woman tote a Gatling gun, cut you if you stand, shoot you if you run
REFRAIN: Better not let my, good gal catch you here
Ain't no tellin' what poor little Lucy Mae do

SOLO

She left one Christmas coming back that afternoon, next time I see her, boy, it was the nineteenth of June
REFRAIN: Better not let my, good gal catch you here
Ain't no tellin' what poor little Lucy Mae do

Goodbye, little woman, babe, you call that gone, you may leave Frankie, baby, don't think you won't stay long
REFRAIN: Better not let my, good gal catch you here
Ain't no tellin' what poor little Lucy Mae do

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