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How Low Can You Feel:Ray Campi.
- Album - Rockabilly Lives! - on ROLLIN'
ROCK Records in 1975.


INTRO: C


#1.
C
How low do you feel, when your baby walks out.
                                  G         C
Well, it ain't no time for you to twist and shout.
C
How low do you feel, when she tells you goodbye,
                                  G     C
you get so dad-gone lonesome, you wanna die.



CHORUS:
      F                         C
I was broke so flat, I couldn't raise a dime.
F                           G
Locked in jail and couldn't pay my fine, pay my fine.
         C
It never helped my morale to be called a heel,
                                  G          C
but when your baby walks out, how low do you feel?



INTERLUDE: C



#3.
C
When you find another man a-layin' in your place.
                                    G           C
And she trows your old work clothes out at your face.
C
You gotta tell yourself, that it just can't be real,
                                  G          C
but when your baby walks out, how low do you feel?


CHORUS:
      F                         C
I was broke so flat, I couldn't raise a dime.
F                           G
Locked in jail and couldn't pay my fine, pay my fine.
         C
It never helped my morale to be called a heel,
                                  G          C
but when your baby walks out, how low do you feel?



INTERLUDE: C



#4.
C
How low do you feel, when old friends say, have a drink 
                   G    C
on me and pass the time away.
C
They sympathize with you and say, you got a bad deal,
                                   G          C
but when your woman walks out, how low do you feel?


CHORUS:
      F                         C
I was broke so flat, I couldn't raise a dime.
F                           G
Locked in jail and couldn't pay my fine, pay my fine.
         C
It never helped my morale to be called a heel,
                                  G          C
but when your baby walks out, how low do you feel?



OUTRO:
         C
It never helped my morale to be called a heel,
                                  G            C
but when your baby walks out, how low does she feel?





A fifties smash from Kraziekhat.

 
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