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Brooklyn Bridge Recorded by Bobby Bare Written by Bobby Bare and Lance Guyness
C F Oh there I stood in the great big city G7 C Where the buildings are tall and the girls are all pretty F Up stepped a man he said come here son G7 C I got a big deal now if you got the mon' F I bought the Brooklyn Bridge G7 C G7 Two dollars two cigarettes and an autograph picture of Elvis
C F Well I kept my bridge for a day or so G7 C But then my money was a runnin' low F And I tried to make me a sale G7 But the man done come and he took me to jail F G7 Said I's crazy laughed at told me C That a society frowned upon it
G7 C F Well then he stood me up in a front of a judge G7 C I stood there a grinnin' but the judge didn't budge F He said thirty dollars or thirty days G7 F And I looked at him and all I could say
Was all that take thirty dollars G7 Couldn't make that thirty-five could you C G7 Spend all my money on that bridge
C F Well after ninety days in that man's jail G7 C I still tryin' to make me a sale F Met some cat called Skid Row Pete G7 C So I traded it off for 52nd Street F G7 C Big deal oh big man of action a big transaction
G7 F I bet the folks back home could never realize G7 C That in a great big town this size
F Boy like theirs could own the street G7 C Spend his days just to keepin' it neat F G7 Pickin' up cigarette butts wine bottles C F C Terrorizing the pedestrians shoo them pigeons G7 I bet old Skid Row Pete ain't got no pigeons C On the Brooklyn Bridge F I bet he can’t trade that bridge off either C Because a man gonna come take him down
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