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Ain’t Lazy lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only,
this is a fun song to play and sing, it was recorded by Bob Wills.
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The Devil Ain’t Lazy Recorded by Bob Wills Written by Fred Rose
C F The devil ain’t lazy (no sirree) C F The devil ain’t lazy (no sirree)
C F He runs around with sticks and stones C F Passes out his moans and groans C F The devil ain’t no lazy bones G7 C He works 24 hours a day
C F He likes to see us fight and fuss C F Makes us mean enough to cuss C F And then he blames it all on us G7 C He works 24 hours a day
F He travels like a lightnin’ streak C And strikes from town to town F And if he gets you when you’re weak D7 G7 He’ll tear your playhouse down
C F He tells us he won’t hurt a fly C F Then he makes us steal and lie C F Keeps us sinnin’ ‘til we die G7 C He works 24 hours a day
C F He gets his pitch fork out each night C F He gives the folks an awful fright C F I think he does it just for spite G7 C He works 24 hours a day
C F He tells us how to find success C F I know he'll wind up in distress C F The devil is an awful mess G7 C He works 24 hours a day
F He likes to see things scorch and burn C So don't make no excuse F If he gets to you he'll turn you D7 Every which way but loose
C F When you think you're strong and brave C F Smart enough to not behave C F Then you've got one foot in the grave G7 C He works 24 hours a day
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