Nashville Cats:The Lovin' Spoonful. #8 in '66. CHORUS: G D7 G Nashville Cats, play clean as country water. G D7 G Nashville Cats, play wild as mountain dew. G D7 G Nashville Cats, been playin' since they's babies. G D7 G Nashville Cats, get work before they're two. #1. G Well, there's thirteen hundred and fifty-two D7 guitar pickers in Nashville. D7 And they can pick more notes than the number of ants G on a Tennessee anthill. Yeah, there's thirteen hundred and fifty-two C guitar cases in Nashville. D7 And anyone that unpacks his guitar will play... G twice as better than I will. #2. G Yeah, I was just thirteen, you might say I was a D7 musical proverbial knee-high. When I heard a couple new sounding tunes on the tubes C G and they blasted me sky high. G And the record man said 'Every one is a Yellow Sun C Record from Nashville. D7 And up North there ain't nobody buys them,' and I said, G 'But I will.' And it was... CHORUS: #3. G Well, there's sixteen thousand eight hundred twenty-one D7 mothers from Nashville. All their friends play music, and they ain't uptight G if one of the kids will. G Because it's custom made for any mother's son C to be a guitar picker in Nashville. D7 And I sure am glad I got a chance to say a word about G the music and the mothers from Nashville. And it was... CHORUS: Pick it...G///////////////C/////////////G//////////D7////////G C G C G A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.