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Bayou lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use, this is a
light hearted song that's just fun and easy to do, it was recorded by
Jim Reeves. It won't take you long to learn to play and sing it.
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Billy Billy Bayou recorded by Jim Reeves written by Roger Miller C Back about eighteen hundred and some G7 C A Louisiana couple had a red headed son No name suited him Jim Jack or Joe G7 C They just called him Billy Bayou F C Billy Billy Bayou watch where you go G7 C You're walking on quick sand and walk slow F C Billy Billy Bayou watch what you say G7 C A pretty girl'll get you one of these days Billy was a boy kinda big for his size G7 C Red hair and freckles and big blue eyes Thirteen years from the day he was born G7 C Bill fought the battles of the Little Big Horn Repeat #2
One sad day Billy cried ho-ho G7 C I can whip the feathers of Geronimo He smarted off the chief got mad G7 C This nearly ended our Louisiana lad Repeat #2 One day in eighteen seventy eight G7 C A pretty girl walked through Bill's front gate He didn't know whether to stand there and run G7 C He wound up married cause he did neither one Repeat #2
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