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Born To Boogie Written and recorded by Hank Williams Jr.
C Well my momma met my daddy down in Alabam They tied the knot so here I am F Born in the bayou on the Texas line C Loved in Lousiana raised on Jambalaya
Well before I could walk I had a guitar in my hand By the time I could talk I had my own band F Went on the road when I was 8 years old C When I turned 15 I was stealing the show G7 Money to burn and the girls were pretty C Didn’t take me long to learn it I was born to boogie
When I was 18 I went to Hollywood I met Elvis and Marilyn and Johnny B. Goode F I got my guitar painted with the California sun C Had a red Cadillac having too much fun
Well we were playing them halls in Virginia and then We moved it on over to MGM F He said this is the boy we’ve been telling you about C He lit a cigar and he stuck his hand out
He said son have we got a deal for you Were gonna make you a star and give you 50,000 tunes F I told you my momma didn’t raise no fool C F I’ll take your money I’ll make you movies G7 I can tell you right now I was born to boogie
C Well my name is Bocephus I drink whiskey by the gallon And I never back down and I love a good challenge F What I do now is what I did then C I like to get down with all my rowdy friends
Well I can be sweet and I can be mean I still got my hat and I still wear my jeans F My shades are chrome my guitar is steel C If you think I won’t then believe me I will G7 Get down with me baby cause I ain’t no rookie C I was born to party and I was born to boogie
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