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Mean Mary - Satin Skirt And Dancin' Shoes


CAPO: 2nd Fret



[Intro]
Am  F  E7  Am    F  E7  Am

[Verse 1]
                F              E7
They built this club back when I was three
      Am       F           E7  Am
Momma sang for dollars and Daddy drank for free
                      F              E7
While I’d hide in the kitchen eatin’ rich folk’s hors d’oeuvres
    Am                F         E7                  Am
And listenin’ to them talk about Momma's sweet young curves


[Chorus]
                 F           E7
Now, Momma was a lady, never did nothin’ wrong
Am              F              D             Am
Lord, could she help it if her legs were too long
                      F                E7
She sang hymns Sunday mornings, but at night she’d sing the blues
       Am    F         D       Am     F  E7  Am
In her satin skirt and dancin’ shoes


[Verse 2]
                     F             E7
There’s a picture of Momma hanging over the bar
     Am            F           E7          Am
Papa said that one day he would make her a star
              F   E7
But time goes by, dreams and pictures fade
      Am      F           E7      Am
Cruel drink became Papa’s only crusade


[Chorus]
       F         E7
Broken hearts and cigarette smoke
      Am         F         D 
Well, I spent my time just growing up broke
    Am          F            E7
I’d wear Papa’s shirt, still smellin’ of the booze
            Am    F         D       Am
And Momma’s satin skirt and dancin’ shoes


[Instrumental]
Am  F  E7  Am    F  E7  Am


[Verse 3]
                    F        E7
Well, Papa drank himself six feet under dirt
Am             F           E7     Am
Momma, she got tired of her satin skirt
               F           E7
She left it to me with her shoes and a note
      Am         F        E7           Am
“When life is funny”, was all that she wrote


[Chorus]
              F         E7
Well, I don't know how I made it this far
  Am           F            D          Am
I didn’t learn much in that lonely old bar
                     F        E7
But I learned how to flirt and to sing the blues
           Am    F         D       Am
In Momma’s satin skirt and dancin’ shoes


[Instrumental]
Am  F  E7  Am    F  E7  Am


[Chorus]
                     F               E7
Oh, now, Momma was a lady, oh, never did nothin’ wrong
        Am           F            D             Am
But her hair was too wavy and her legs were too long
                   F          E7
She’d look like an angel with nothing left to lose
           Am    F         D       Am  
Oh, in her satin skirt and dancin’ shoes
                        F               E7
She’d praise god Sunday morning, but at night she’d sing the blues
     Am    F         D       Am
In a satin skirt and dancin’ shoes

            
            
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