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Milkcow Blues Boogie  Elvis Presley

Milkcow Blues Boogie:Elvis Presley.
Recorded at Sun Records in 1954.

[A]Well, I woke up this morning and I looked out the door.
I can tell that that old milk cow..I can tell the way
she lowed.
Well, if you've [D]seen my milk cow..please ride her on [A]home.
I ain't [E]had no milk or butter, [D]since that cow's been [A]gone[E].

[A]Well, I tried to treat you by day.
Get out your little prayer book, get down on your knees
and pray.
For you're gonna [D]'re gonna need your loving
daddy's help some[A]day.
Well, then you're [E]gonna be sorry..[D]for treating me this [A]way[E].
[E]Well, [A]believe me, don't that sun look good going down?
Well, [D]believe me, don't that sun look good going [A]down?
Well, [E]don't that old moon look lonesome?
[D]when your baby's not [A]around.[E]

Well, I [A]tried everything to get along with you.
I'm gonna tell you what I'm going do.
I'm gonna [D]quit my crying, I'm gonna leave you alone.
If [A]you don't believe I'm leaving, you can count the days
I'm gone.
I'm gonna [D]'re gonna need your loving daddy's
help some[A]day.
Well, you're [E]gonna be sorry..[D]you treated me this [A]way.(Fade.)
A fifties smash from Kraziekhat.

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