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Smokey Put The Sweat On Me Written and recorded by Kris Kristofferson
C I've known some women in every state F From New York city to the Golden gate C G7 I've lived with some and buddy I've loved 'em all yes I did C But no one woman had a claim on me F Cause I still had a lotta world to see C G7 C And I sometimes stagger but Sugar I seldom fall
F Then like a hungry man I went to Louisiana C Where the lovin' and the livin' was good F C Without a care to hide and just as satisfied as I could be F A lotta women and wine and not a tie to bind me C And behaving just as cool as I could D7 Till a long-legged sweet walkin' raven haired G7 And Cajun lookin' devil put the sweat on me
F They call her Smokey she's a little bit of evil C Smokey right as wrong can be F Smokey she could shake the very devil C G7 C Smokey put the sweat on me F C G7 C Oh Smokey put the sweat on me
Oh my pulse is a-beatin' to the clickety-clack F Of this one-way ride that's gonna take me back C G7 And my body's just a breathin' in the Mississippi river smell C Well my feet wasn't ready yet for settling down F But my soul kept tellin' me to turn around C G7 C And the longer I tried to fight the harder I fell
F Then like a hungry man I went to Louisiana C Where the lovin' and the livin' was good F C I had a brand new bride and be as satisfied as I can be F And I won’t even mind the world I’m leaving behind C Because I never really thought that I could D7 Till a long-legged sweet walkin' raven haired G7 And Cajun lookin' devil put the sweat on me
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