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Sweet Chile Written and recorded by Sheb Wooley
G D7 G Down by the levee where the riverboats go D7 G Lived a Louisiana farmer by the name of Papa Dabro C Papa had a daughter with a beautiful smile G Everybody called her Sweet Chile
C G Sweet Chile Sweet Chile D7 Sweet Chile's going on seventeen G Sweet Chile's gonna be a teenage queen C G Sweet Chile Sweet Chile D7 She's much sweeter than sugar cane G Sweet Chile's putting on curves and things
D7 G Papa took Sweet Chile into town D7 G Just to buy her a graduation gown C This fellow said everybody look at this G The way that Sweet Chile fills that dress
C G Sweet Chile living on the bayou Sweet Chile living on the bayou D7 Sweet Chile's going on seventeen G Sweet Chile's gonna be a teenage queen C G Sweet Chile living on the bayou Sweet Chile living on the bayou D7 She's much sweeter than cherry pie G Sweet Chile's getting to be courting size
D7 G Down by the river where the sugar cane grows D7 G Sweet Chile wearing brand new clothes C She's got curves that just won't stop G She's bigger at the little and bottom at the top
Repeat #2 D7 G Down by the levee where the riverboats go D7 G Kids all dance to rock-n-roll C Sweet Chile's rocking till the break of day G I never saw anybody wiggle that way
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