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Down At The
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Down At The Twist And Shout Written and recorded by Mary Chapin Carpenter
C Saturday night and the moon is out G I wanna head on over to the Twist and Shout D7 Find a two-step partner and a Cajun beat G When it lifts me up I'm gonna find my feet C Out in the middle of a big dance floor G When I hear that fiddle wanna beg for more D7 G Gonna dance to a band from a-Louisiana tonight
D7 Well I never have wandered down to New Orleans G Never have drifted down a bayou stream D7 But I heard that music on the radio G And I swore some day I was gonna go Em Down Highway 10 past Lafayette A7 To Baton Rouge and I won't forget D7 To send you a card with my regrets G Cause I'm never gonna come back home
D7 They got a alligator stew and a crawfish pie G A golf storm blowing into town tonight D7 Living on the delta's quite a show G They got hurricane parties every time it blows Em And here up north it's a cold cold rain A7 And there ain't no cure for my blues today D7 Except when the paper says Beausoleil G Is coming into town baby let's go down
D7 Bring your mama bring your papa bring your sister too G They got lots of music and lots of room D7 When they play you a waltz from 1910 G You gonna feel a little bit young again Em Well you learned to dance with your rock'n'roll A7 You learned to swing with a do-si-do D7 But you learn to love at the fais-so-do G When you hear a little Jolie Blon
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