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Boogie lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's
a fun to do country song written and recorded by Tennessee Ernie Ford.
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Blackberry Boogie Written and recorded by Tennessee Ernie Ford
G C G Along about sunup every day D7 G I grab my bucket and I'm on my way C G I go down the road a runnin' and a kickin' D7 G I'm headed for the patch to do some blackberry pickin'
C G I fill my bucket right to the top D7 G It makes my lips go flippety-flop C G I hear a little voice and it sounds so sad D7 G It said don't pick me now cause I ain't ripe dad
C G C G Blackberry boogie blackberry boogie C I'm brought back like a flip D7 G When it's blackberry pickin' time
C G I went to see my gal I set my bucket down D7 G She said hi there baby are you goin' to town C G I said uh-uh honey I'm a goin' where they scratch D7 G I'll meet you in a minute in the blackberry patch
C G She grabs her bucket and she jumps and squeals D7 G I'm headin' for the bushes and she's hot on my heels C G I start pickin' on one end she picks on the other D7 G We meet in the middle and she yells oh brother
C G C G Blackberry boogie blackberry boogie C Oh I love that girl D7 G When I meet her in the middle of the patch
C G We go through the briars walkin' hand in hand D7 G Pickin' blackberries just to beat the band C G I grab her for a kiss she said turn me loose D7 G Your lips are all blue from that blackberry juice
C G I hug her once and said don't be coy D7 G You know I'm your blackberry pickin' boy C G I kissed her then and she let out a sigh D7 G And said let's go to my house and bake a pie
C G C G Blackberry boogie blackberry boogie C I'll be back little gal D7 G When it's blackberry pickin' time
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