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U.S. Male Recorded by Elvis Presley Written by Jerry Reed
G Am I'm a U.S. Male cause I was born D7 G In a Mississippi town on a Sunday morn G7 C Now Mississippi just happens to occupy a place D7 G In the southeastern portion of this here United States
G7 Now that's a matter of fact buddy C And you know it well D7 G So I just call myself the U.S. Male That's M-A-L-E son that's me
G Am Now I said all that to say all this D7 G I've been watching the way you've been watching my miss G7 C For the last three weeks you been hot on her trail D7 G And you kinda upset this U.S. Male
Am You touch her once with your greasy hands D7 G I'm gonna stretch your neck like a long rubber band G7 C She's wearing a ring that I bought her on sale D7 G And that makes her the property of this U.S. Male
C G You better not mess with the U.S. Male my friend C G The U.S. Male gets mad he's gonna do you in C G You know what's good for yourself son C G You better find somebody else son Am D7 G Don't tamper with the property of the U.S. Male
Am Through the rain and the heat and the sleet and the snow D7 G The U.S. Male is on his toes G7 C Quit watching my woman for that ain't wise D7 G You ain't pulling no wool over this boy's eyes
Am I catch you round my woman champ D7 G I'm gonna leave your head about the shape of a stamp G7 C Kinda flattened out so you'll do well D7 G To quit playing games with this U.S. Male
Sock it to me one time
All right now I'm gonna tell it like it is son
I catch you messing round with that woman of mine
I'm gonna lay one on ya you're talking to the U.S. Male
The American U.S. Male
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