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Bad Bad Leroy Brown chords

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       C                             D7
In the south side of Chicago, is the baddest part of town.

           E7                        F
And if you go down there, you better just beware,

     G7                  C
of a man named Leroy Brown.


    C                                    D7
Now Leroy, more than trouble. You see he stand bout six foot four.

        E7                       F
And the downtown ladies call him tree top lover,

        G7                C
and the men just call him sir.



Chorus...

         C                         D7
And he's bad, bad Leroy Brown. The baddest man in the whole damn town.

E7                     F        G             F         C
Badder than a ole King Kong, an meaner than a junkyard dog.



    C                             D7
Now Leroy, he's a gambler. And he likes his fancy clothes.

       E7                F                          G7          C
And he likes to wave his diamond rings, in front of everybody's nose.

C                                      D7
He got a custom Continental. He got an Eldorado too.

         E7                     F
He got a thirty two gun, in his pocket for fun,

         G7           C
he got a razor in his shoe.
 

(chorus)


     C                        D7
Well friday, bout a week ago. Leroy, shootin dice.

       E7                     F
At the edge of the bar, sat a girl named Doris.

    G7                  C     C
And ooh dat girl looked nice. Well he casts his eyes upon her,

    D7                      E7                    F
and trouble soon began. And Leroy Brown learned a lesson,

                     G7                C
bout messin with the wife of a jealous man.


(chorus)


C                                                D7
Well the two men, took to fightin, and when they pulled them from the floor.

E7                  F
Leroy looked like a jig saw puzzle,

       G7               C
with a couple of pieces gone.



(chorus)

            
            
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The_Drooge 487 Jul 07, 2009 07:57 AM

Half the chords you used are wrong and the chords that are right are in completely the wrongs spots.

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Kurt1964 27,253 Jul 07, 2009 08:33 AM

sorry? I tab out ALL song's, the way "I" hear them...NOT how the how the artist wrote them. That's kinda the point here on this site. Isn't it?....Oh, nice grammar btw.

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Kurt1964 27,253 Jul 09, 2009 04:47 AM

ha ha! i guess BOTH of our grammar sux! lol! Rock on!

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