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lyrics: from the c-d sleeve
chords: audio
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Old Laughing Lady : Unplugged
G C G
G
Don't call pretty Peggy,
C G
She can't hear you no more
Don't leave no message
C G
Round her back door
C
They say the old laughing lady
G
Been here before
D C
She don't keep time
G
She don't count score
G C G
G
You can't have a cupboard
C G
If there ain't no wall
You got to move
C
There's no time for you to stall
C 020010 Am
They say the old laughing lady
C D G
Dropped by to call
D Am
And when she leaves
C G
She leaves nothing at all
verse: (without the run through Am)
G
See the drunkard of the village
C G
Fallin' on his feet
He can't tell his ankle
C G
From the rest of his feet
C 020010 Am
He loves his old laughing lady
C G Bm
Because the taste is so sweet
D
But the laughin' lady's loving
Am C G
Ain't the kind he can keep
D Am C G
G
There's a fever on the freeway
C G
Blacks out the night
There's a slippin' on the stairway
C G
Just don't feel right
C
There's a rumblin' in the bedroom
C G
And a flashin' of light
D
There's the old laughing lady
C G
Everything is all right
D
There's the old laughing lady
C G
Everything is all right
D Am C G
notes: the quick change to C and G at the end on many lines is omitted
it occurs everywhere but 'if there ain't no wall / you got to move...'
the run through from C to Am via the B note is a familiar ny trick...




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