Rockin Chair Daddy-crd Hank Williams
Subject: Song, "Rockin' chair Daddy." This is the work of Tim Ausburn. File under Hank Williams. Written by Hank Williams and Braxton Shuffert. Rec. by Braxton, Feb. 8, 1950. ROCKIN' CHAIR DADDY Key F (F) I'm not lazy I'm just tired, I get me a job then I get fired, Not scared of (Bb) work, but it makes me (F) weak, I can (C7) lay down beside it and fall off sound a- (F) sleep. Chorus: (F) I'm a rockin' chair (Bb) Daddy, from Tennes-(F) see, And the (C7) woman I marry, she's sho' got to wait on (F) me. She got to boil my (Bb) coffee, and strain my (F) tea, "Cause I'm a (C7) rockin' chair Daddy from way down in Tennes-(F) see. No more good jobs left on this earth, People only pay for what you're worth, "Cause they ain't no use of me workin' so hard, "Cause I ain't even got me a union card. Repeat chorus: I want my biscuits brown and my ham well done, My shirts bleached whiter than the noon day sun, When I want something, I want it now, Then that woman of mine, could kiss me on the brow. Repeat chorus:
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