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Big John Khatt And The Highland Blues Band - Saint Louis Blues ukulele

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St. Louis Blues:Big John Khatt And 
The Highland Blues Band.
Recorded in 1962.

#1.
G6             C7                  G6   G7
I hate to see, that evening sun go down.
C7             Eb7          D7     G6  Eb7
I hate to see, that evening sun go down.
D7            A7      D7        G6 Eb7 D7
Since my baby up, and left this town.

#2.
     G6             C7          G6    Eb7
If I feel tomorrow, like I feel today.
       C7                Eb7    D7     G6
If I'm feelin' tomorrow, like I feel today.
          D7                A7      D7  G6  Eb7 D7
I'm gonna pack my trunk and make my getaway.

#3.
Gm6                               D7
St. Louis woman, with her diamond rings.
Eb7        D7                       Gm6
Pulls that man around, by her apron strings.
Gm6                                                D7
If it weren't for the powder and some store-bought hair..
Eb7      D7                               Gm6    A7  D7
then the man I love, wouldn't have gone nowhere, no..where.

CHORUS:
          G6                       C7            G6 G7
I got the St. Louis Blues, just as blue as I can be.
     C7                       Eb7        D7       G6
That man's got a heart like a rock, cast into the sea..
Eb7 D7                    A7       D7       G6 Eb7 D7 G6
or  else he wouldn't have gone, so far from me.

#4.
G6              C7                          G6  G7
I love my baby, like a school boy loves his pie.
C7              Eb7                D7     G6 Eb7
Like a Kentucky Colonel, loves his mint'n rye.
  D7           A7       D7    G6 Eb7 D7
I love my man, till the day I die.

OUTRO:
          G6                       C7            G6 G7
I got the St. Louis Blues, just as blue as I can be.
     C7                       Eb7        D7       G6
That man's got a heart like a rock, cast into the sea..
Eb7 D7                    A7       D7       G6 Eb7 D7 G6
or  else he wouldn't have gone, so far from me.


A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.

            
            
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