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Im All Out And Down ukulele

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slow blues around 85-90

G              G7            C
Honey, I'm all out and down, Honey,
C                    C7                  G
I'm broke, babe, an' I ain't got a dime,
C                      C7            G
Every good man gets in hard luck sometime,
            D7               G
Don't they, baby, don't they baby?
G              G7            C
Honey, I'm all out and down, Honey,
C                            C7                                G
Oh, the mules and the hosses nicklin' (beggin') for their corn and hay,
C                  C7                          G
Women on the levee shoutin' 'cause it's almost pay day,
         D7           G
Cryin', 'Daddy, Sweet Daddy.'
C                           C7                           G
Aw, the women on the levee, honey, hollerin' 'Whoo, haw, gee,'
C                     C7                       G
The mens on the levee hollerin' 'Doncha murder me.
        D7                  G
Please, baby, doncha murder me.'
G               G7             C
Honey, what you want me to do, Honey,
C                      C7                     G
I'm down in the bottom in the mud up to my knees,
C                       C7                      G
Workin' for my baby and she's so hard to please,
          D7               G
Ain't you baby?  Ain't you baby?
C                            C7                 G
Yellow woman make a preacher lay his Bible down,
C                           C7                  G
Jet-black woman make a jack-rabbit hug a houn',
         D7              G
Tell me, baby.  Tell me, baby.
G              G7            C
Honey, I'm all out and down, Honey,
C                     C7                   G
Worked all the summer and part of the fall,
C                    C7                  G
Had to take my Christmas in my overalls,
  D7        G
O Lawdy!  O Lawdy!
C                       C7                    G
I'm down in the bottom, skinnin' for Johnny Ryan,
C                    C7                          G
Puttin' my initials, honey, on the mule's behin',
              D7                   G
With my line, babe.  With my line, babe.
G              G7            C
Honey.....

[just continue the progression until you feel like ending]

            
            
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