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Rosalie's Good Eats Cafe
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Rosalie's Good Eats Cafe lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use, it's a long song by Bobby Bare. This one has ten verses, it's long, repetitive and easy to do, all the chords are simple.

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Rosalie's Good Eats Cafe
recorded by Bobby Bare
written by Shel Silverstein
 
G
It's two in the morning on Saturday night
   C                   G
At Rosalie's Good Eats Cafe
    C                     G
The onions are frying the neon is bright 
        A7                      D7
And the juke box is starting to play
        G
And the sign on the wall says in God we trust
    C                   G
All others will have to pay
     C                     G
It's two in the morning on Saturday night
   D7                  G
At Rosalie's Good Eats Cafe
 
                                        
The short order cook with the Mama Tattoo
     C                       G     C
He's turning them hamburgers slow  eggs over easy
G                       A7                      D7
Whole wheat down do you all want that coffee to go
   G
He never once dreamed as a rodeo star
     C                   G       C
That he'd wind up here today  at two in the morning
            G        D7                  G
On Saturday night at Rosalie's Good Eats Cafe
 
 
There's a tall skinny girl in the booth in the back
        C                       G
Wearing jeans and a second hand fur
      C                       G
She's been to the doctor then called up the man
        A7                         D7
And now wonders just where she can turn
    G
She stares at her coffee then looks toward the ceiling
    C                            G
But Lord it's a strange place to pray
   C                     G
At two in the morning on Saturday night
   D7                  G
At Rosalie's Good Eats Cafe
 
                       
There's a guy in a tux and he stands in the corner
C                        G
Feeding the juke box his dimes
   C                    G
He just had a woman and thought that he'd bought her
   A7                           D7
But found he'd just rented some time
    G
And he couldn't sleep so he came back to see
   C                    G
If anyone else wants to play
   C                     G
At two in the morning on Saturday night
   D7                  G
At Rosalie's Good Eats Cafe
 
 
Now there's an old dollar bill in a frame on the wall
    C                        G
The first one that Rose ever made
       C                     G
It was once worth a dollar a long time ago
         A7                     D7
But like Rose it's beginning to fade
      G
She's back of the register dreaming of someone
    C                           G
And how things would be if he'd stayed
         C                     G
But it's two in the morning on Saturday night
   D7                  G
At Rosalie's Good Eats Cafe
 
                                                   
The stoop shouldered man and his frizzy haired woman
     C                            G
It's strange how their eyes never meet
     C                          G
He's playing the pinball she's fixing the blanket
       A7                 D7
Of the baby asleep on the seat
    G
And he's out of work and she's putting on weight
          C                      G
Hell they never did have much to say
         C                     G
But it's two in the morning on Saturday night
   D7                  G
At Rosalie's good eats cafe
 
 
The waitress Darlene she sits at the counter
C                        G
Painting her fingernails blue
        C                         G
And the short order cook he yells move it or lose it
    A7                  D7       G
And pick up an order of stew but someday
                                   C                 G
A rich handsome man'll walk in and carry her far far away
     C                     G
From two in the morning on Saturday night
   D7                  G
At Rosalie's Good Eats Cafe
 
 
 
A shaggy haired hippie he's finished his meal
         C                          G
And he's counting the change in his jeans
  C                     G
A burger and coffee are eighty five cents
    A7                   D7
And he's only got twenty three
   G
He smiles at Rose and she winks back at him
    C                           G
But Lord that's a high price to pay
   C                     G
At two in the morning on Saturday night
   D7                  G
At Rosalie's Good Eats Cafe
 
                                      
A baby faced sailor leans on the phone
    C                G
And dials the number again
          C                        G
While the guy in the tux tells the girl in the jeans
          A7                    D7
About the wonderful places he's been
      G
And a wino comes in off the street and starts shouting
          C                        G
About the fortunes that he through away
  
    C                    G
And Rosalie's asking the shaggy haired hippie
   C                        G
If he's got a warm place to stay
        C                        G
And the short order cook takes a five from the till
      C                 G
While Rosalie's looking away
        C                      G
And the onions keep frying the neon is bright
        C                     G
And the juke box continues to play
         C                     G
And it's two in the morning on Saturday night
   D7                  G
At Rosalie's Good Eats Cafe

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