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it's a very good country song co-written and recorded by Clint Black.
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Boogie Man Recorded by Clint Black Written by Clint Black and Will Jennings
C Next to Louisiana on the Texas side
There's a little country joint where they let it ride F There's a boogie woogie man on the piano G7 C And all the backwoods boppers shoutin' go cat go
F C They've never been afraid of the Boogie Man G7 C Nothin' makes you feel better than the boogie woogie can F C So don't you be afraid of the Boogie Man D7 G7 He'll take you down to New Orleans where that rhythm all began F G7 C So don't you don't you be afraid of the Boogie Man
Grandpa's in the corner in his fishing clothes
Reelin' to the rhythm everywhere it goes F All the boogie woogie babies tearing up the floor G7 C When they get a little bit they want a little more
In a red El Dorado at the break of day
That Boogie Woogie man'll be slipping away F Although you're never gonna know it when he's out of sight G7 C He'll shut a juke box down again tomorrow night
F C He's never been afraid of the Boogie Man G7 C Nothin' makes you feel better than the boogie woogie can F C So don't you be afraid of the Boogie Man D7 G7 He'll take you down to New Orleans where that rhythm all began
F C It works for me it'll work for you D7 G7 He'll have you doin' things that you didn't know you knew F G7 F So don't you don't you be afraid no don't ya G7 C Don't you be afraid of the Boogie Man no
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