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Two Whoops And A Hollar lyrics
and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a fun song for
women to sing, not so much for men, it was recorded by Jean Shepard.
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Two Whoops And A Hollar Recorded by Jean Shepard Written by Joe Franklin
G C G How come a man can fight and cuss and smoke and drink and chew A7 D7 Step out on their wives and do the things they shouldn't do G C G But it's all right in the publics eye they say he's just a man C G D7 But if a woman does one little thing she's not worth
C G A7 D7 Two whoops and a holler she's lower than a hound G D7 G If she drinks or smokes or tells a joke she's the lowest thing in town
C G A woman has to dress the kids and send them off to school A7 D7 And do her best in every way to live the golden rule G C G The responsibility she has is much more than a man C G D7 But if she does one foolish little thing she's not worth
C G If all the gals would stick by me we'd change the world around A7 D7 We'd make the men walk on their knees and sleep out on the ground G C G What I'm really trying to say and I know you'll understand C G D7 The women ought to rule the world cause the men ain't worth
C G A7 D7 Two whoops and a holler they're lower than a hound G D7 G I hope they croak it ain't no joke they're the lowest thing in town C D7 G They're the lowest thing in town
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