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You Gotta Be Puttin' Me On lyrics and chords are intended for your
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You Gotta Be Puttin' Me On Recorded by Lefty Frizzell Written by Mack Vickery
C A7 Just like a hound dog when the food ran out D7 G7 C You went a-lookin’ for another bone E7 A7 You didn’t even bark you packed your spoons D7 G7 You just up and left home
Since the grocery man stopped by again C G7 C And things are going strong E7 A7 You said he just came back for a little snack D7 G7 C You just gotta be puttin’ me on
A7 I didn’t mind so much when the cupboards were bare D7 G7 C You went hunting on your own E7 A7 I even left the key for only me D7 G7 But you forgot your way back home
You say you went down south to see your rich uncle C G7 C Trying to get us a loan E7 A7 And you were thinking of me constantly D7 G7 C You gotta be puttin’ me on
You put me on your last time F I know I’m gonna turn the tables around D7 And it ain’t gonna be no more puttin’ me on G7 D7 G7 Cause I’m gonna put you down
C A7 Well it’s strange to me I just can’t see D7 G7 C Why you didn’t use the phone E7 A7 If it cost you a dime to ease my mind D7 G7 Let me know when you would be back home
You say the phone was busy every time you called C G7 C But I was always gone E7 A7 But honey hush your mouth and hear that sound D7 G7 C Cause you gotta be puttin’ me on
Repeat # 5,6,7
D7 G7 C You gotta be puttin’ me on D7 G7 C You gotta be puttin’ me on
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