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Title:               BAD, BAD LEROY BROWN                   (Jim Croce)


         [Verse]

                   G
         Well, the south side of Chicago
                A7
         Is the baddest part of town.
                    B7
         And if you go down there
                     C               D7                G
         You better just beware of a man name of Leroy Brown.

         Now, Leroy more than trouble,
                    A7
         You see he stand about 'bout six foot four.
                 B7                        C
         All the downtown ladies call him "treetop lover."
                 D7                 G
         All the men just call him "sir."


         [Chorus]

                  G
         And he's bad, bad, Leroy Brown,
             A7
         The baddest man in the whole damn town.
         B7              C
         Badder than old King Kong
             D             C
         And meaner than a junkyard dog.


         [Verse]

         Now, Leroy, he a gambler,
         and he likes his fancy clothes.
         And he likes to wave diamond rings
         in front of everybody's nose.
         He got a custom Continental.
         He got an Eldorado too.
         He got a thirty-two gun in his pocket for fun.
         He got a razor in his shoe.



         [Chorus]

                  G
         And he's bad, bad, Leroy Brown,
             A7
         The baddest man in the whole damn town.
         B7              C
         Badder than old King Kong
             D             C
         And meaner than a junkyard dog.


         [Verse]

         Well, Friday 'bout a week ago,
         Leroy's shootin' dice.
         And at the edge of the bar sat a girl name of Doris
         and oh, that girl look nice
         Well, he cast his eyes upon her
         and the trouble soon began.
         And Leroy Brown, he learned a lesson 'bout messin'
         with the wife of a jealous man


         [Chorus]

                  G
         And he's bad, bad, Leroy Brown,
             A7
         The baddest man in the whole damn town.
         B7              C
         Badder than old King Kong
             D             C
         And meaner than a junkyard dog.


         [Bridge]

               G
         Well, the two men took to fightin'
                       A7
         And when they pulled them from the floor,
         B7                  C                    D7               G
         Leroy looked like a jigsaw puzzle with a couple of pieces gone.


         [Out chorus]

                     B7                   C
         Yes, you were badder than old King Kong
             D             C        G
         And meaner than a junkyard dog. 

            
            
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ducttape83 10 Nov 23, 2003 07:00 PM

Should be a G at the end of the chorus, not a C

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Mr Meatwad 1774 20 Apr 18, 2005 08:00 PM

Great song great tab.

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DumbPoet 20 Jan 03, 2006 08:45 AM

To the first comment, He assumes that you will automaticly pick up the G for the start of the Verse to finish off the chorus i.e. the C should be there and yes, there is a G at the end. This is a fantastic tab.

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