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Amos Moses chords

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[Verse 1]  
           A7                             B7                          
          Now Amos Moses was a Cajun. He lived by himself in the swamp. He 
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hunted alligator for a living. He'd just knock them in the head with a stump. 
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The Louisiana law gonna get you Amos. It ain't legal hunting alligator down 

in the swamp boy. 

[Verse 2]  
           A7                                  B7                     
          Now everyone blamed his old man for making him mean as a snake. When
 D7                                                                     A7 
Amos Moses was a boy His daddy would use him for alligator bait. Tie a rope 
                                                             
around his neck and throw him in the swamp. Alligator bait in the Louisiana bayou. 

[Chorus]  
               E                           D7       A7                 E 
        About forty-five minutes south of Thibodeaux Louisiana, Lived a man called
          D7                        A7           E7                        C 
Dr. Mills South and his pretty wife Hannah. They raised up a son who could eat his 
          D7   
weight in groceries. (Named him after a man of the cloth called him Amos Moses)


[Verse 3]  
           A7                                         B7           
        Now the folks around south Louisiana, said Amos was a hell of a man. 
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He could trap the biggest meanest alligator and he'd just use one hand. That's 
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all he got left cause an alligator bit it. Left arm gone clear up to the elbow. 

[Verse 4]  
           A7                                         B7        
          Well the sheriff caught wind that Amos was up in the swamp trading 
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skins. So he snuck in the swamp gonna get the boy, but he never came out again.
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 I wonder where the Louisiana sheriff went to. Well you can sure get lost in the 

Louisiana 
[Chorus]  
               E                           D7       A7                 E 
        About forty-five minutes south of Thibodeaux Louisiana, Lived a man called
          D7                        A7           E7                        C 
Dr. Mills South and his pretty wife Hannah. They raised up a son who could eat his 
          D7   
weight in groceries. (Named him after a man of the cloth called him Amos Moses)

[Chorus]  
               E                           D7       A7                 E 
        About forty-five minutes south of Thibodeaux Louisiana, Lived a man called
          D7                        A7           E7                        C 
Dr. Mills South and his pretty wife Hannah. They raised up a son who could eat his 
          D7   
weight in groceries. (Named him after a man of the cloth called him Amos Moses)

            
            
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traveler00 101 Mar 31, 2017 10:11 PM

Its southeast of Thibidoux...

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rbartee 10 Oct 07, 2017 08:19 PM

Great

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