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G It was Saturday night and I was feeling all right D7 Working on some tonic and gin G When all at once out of nowhere A7 D7 This foxy lady came walking in
G She was looking so fine she drove me out of my mind C A7 Till I just had to ask her to dance G And Lord it wasn't long until I'd fallen into C D7 G An ugly cheating one night romance
C So I took her home where we could be alone G Cause my old lady had gone out of town C But when I opened the door I found hell on the floor A7 D7 Cause she wasn't out of town anymore
G She said look what the dog drug in C A7 I leave him alone see what he come dragging home D7 G Look what the dog drug in A7 D7 I go out of town he starts fooling around G Look what the dog drug in
So I spent the night in some downtown motel D7 Hoping that she'd ask me back home G But I spent the day trying to call her A7 D7 She just wouldn't answer the phone
G So I tried once more then I knocked on the door C A7 But all she said was leave her alone G D7 Cause she wasn't having nothing to do with no dog C D7 G That didn't know where to bury his bone
C So I got on my knees and I begged her please G She said you lay down with dogs you're gonna get up with fleas C Kept begging to stay I tried every way A7 D7 This is all she had to say
G Look what the dog drug in C A7 Leave him alone see what he come dragging home D7 G Look what the dog drug in A7 D7 I go out of town he starts fooling around G Look what the dog drug in
D7 G Look what the dog drug in
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