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Low Sheriff lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
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Shoot Low Sheriff By John Anderson Written By Monroe Fields and Carmol Taylor
G C Well you better shoot low sheriff cause they might be crawlin' G Got a big load of booze that they'll soon be a-haulin C They're running every night when the whippoorwill is callin' G D7 G So shoot low sheriff cause they might be crawlin'
Old Uncle Bill's got a still on a hill D7 G He never worked a day and I guess he never will
He runs shine liquor that he sells at the law D7 G It made ma mad and she called the law
Well ma put the sheriff on Uncle Bill's trail D7 G She said catch that sock and throw him in jail
He run out and left his wife and the little kids squallin' D7 G So shoot low sheriff cause they might be crawlin'
Uncle Bill held the bottle 'tween his finger and thumb D7 G He said if I leave any you can have some
Make him reach into his pocket for his last thin dime D7 G And wear summer britches in the cold winter time
Repeat #1 x2
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