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Callin Baton Rouge ukulele

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
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Date: Thu, 06 Apr 1995 10:39 -0400 (EDT)
From: bernst@udcps3.cps.udayton.edu (Benjamin Ernst)
Subject: Callin' Baton Rouge
To: G.Vaughn@ttacs.ttu.edu

Intro:  C

Verse:
Am           F
I spent last night in the arms of a
F               C
girl in Louisiana
F                      C
And though I'm out on the highway
     F                     F
my thoughts are still with her

Such a strange combination of a
woman and a child
Such a strange situation stoppin'
every hundred miles callin' Baton Rouge

(then play D for the fiddle part)

Chorus:
D (play D all the way through)
Operator, won't you put on through?
I gotta send my love down to Baton Rouge
Hurry up, won't you put her on the line?
I gotta talk to the girl just one more time.

Instrumental solo:
F     F
F     F

Bridge:
C         F
Hello, Samantha dear,
  Am                 Gsus
I hope you're feelin fine
C                F
And it won't be long until
    Am               Gsus
I'm with you all the time, but until
F                  F
then I'll spend my money up
      C               F
right down to my last dime,
     F
call-in Baton Rouge

(then play D again over fiddle part)

(then back to chorus: "Operator..."

Ending:
F    F
Call-in Baton Rouge
C    F    Am   Gsus
               Sweet Baton Rouge
F    C    Dm C F F    Am
               My Baton Rouge
F    C    Dm    C
woah.....
Dm  C  F  F  C

Steve Krall
steve.krall@daytonoh.ncr.com
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