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Oh, when you go to Belmont, well, you better walk right<br>
 
Oh, when you go to Belmont, well, you better walk right<br>
 
And you better not gamble, and you better not fight<br>
 
And you better not gamble, and you better not fight<br>
Only eight months'll get you, and they'll bring you right down<br>
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Policemans'll get you, and they'll bring you right down<br>
 
You ain't got no money, you're chain gang bound<br>
 
You ain't got no money, you're chain gang bound<br>
 
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Six o-clock in the evenin', hear the ding-dong ring<br>
 
Six o-clock in the evenin', hear the ding-dong ring<br>
The you go to the table, it's the same old thing<br>
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Then you go to the table, it's the same old thing<br>
 
Cornbread on the table, just as hard as a rock<br>
 
Cornbread on the table, just as hard as a rock<br>
 
Ain't got enough ladies, break a husband's heart<br>
 
Ain't got enough ladies, break a husband's heart<br>

Latest revision as of 19:32, 15 June 2020



Walk Right In Belmont-Watts and Wilson
Wilmer Watts, banjo and vocal, Frank Wilson, steel guitar and vocal, Charles Fresher, guitar

INTRO SOLO

Oh, when you go to Belmont, well, you better walk right
And you better not gamble, and you better not fight
Policemans'll get you, and they'll bring you right down
You ain't got no money, you're chain gang bound

Six o-clock in the morning, hear the ding-dong ring
And you go to the table, it's the same old thing
There's coffee on the table, just as bitter as gall
If you don't like it, boys, don't get none at all

Yonder comes my woman, oh how do you know?
That little old apron, she always wore
Umbrella on her shoulder, and money in her hand
She says, "Stand back, Captain, I come to get my man."

SOLO

Six o-clock in the evenin', hear the ding-dong ring
Then you go to the table, it's the same old thing
Cornbread on the table, just as hard as a rock
Ain't got enough ladies, break a husband's heart

Yonder comes my woman, oh how do you know?
By the little old apron, she always wore
Umbrella on her shoulder, and money in her hand
She says, "Stand back, Captain, I come to get my man."

SOLO

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