HOBO LADY by McKendree Spring http://www.mckendreespring.com/site2.php on McKendree Spring "3" KEY: COUNTRY BOOGIE D C Hobo lady of mine, I never knew from whence you came, what a shame. F And every time I'd ask her she'd explain, F C Well I'm a ramblin', just a ramblin' kind of a gal, F you know that washin the dishes ain't exactly my busy day. D So if you want to get it on with me, F you better hush up honey, here's what to say C come a runnin' honey, F C AAAA gonna jump aboard the Santa Fe. C Hobo lady of mine, a specimen of the lesser kind, she's fine. F Well she's a cannonball rider from way down home. F C Dirty jeans and that ragged tawny hair. F She's the belle of every bum who's got a heart. D A shaggy little momma with a way out life, F a real jelly roll baker from way back when. C F C AAAA Come a little closer first lady of the lower class. C Hum drum miss American gal, come on and take a little tip from me and be, now, F someone you don't find in the classroom every day. F C Just think of how that little hobo lady does F when you're making sure of arithmetic. D It's such a drag to stay behind, F we leave our callin' all of the time. C F C AAAA So come a runnin honey and I'm gonna satisfy your soul. [instru verse to chorus:] D So if you want to get it on with me F you better hush up honey, here's what to say. C F C AAAA Come a runnin honey and I'm gonna satisfy your soul. C F DDD AAA C____ Come a runnin honey and I'm gonna satisfy your soul.