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Alabama Getaway

Alabama Getaway

Go To Heaven

(Garcia/Hunter)

 Last Updated 04/21/96

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Intro
A7 32 teeth in a jawbone, A7 Alabama's trying for none, E Before I have to hit him, D C - A - C - A I hope he's got the sense to run. A7 Reason the poor girls love him, A7 And promise him everything, E And why they all believe him? D C - A - C - A He wears a big diamond ring. A7 Alabama getaway, getaway. D Alabama getaway, getaway, E Only way to please me, D C - A - C - A Just turn ‘round and leave’em, walk away Major Domo Billy Bojangles Sat down and had a drink with me, Said "What about Alabama That keeps a-coming back to me". Heard your plea in the courthouse, The witness box began to rock and rise, 49 sister states all Had Alabama in there eyes. Major said why don't we give him Rope enough to hang himself? No need to worry the jury, They’ll prob’ly take care of themselves. 25th psalm Major Domo, Reserve me a table for three, Down in the valley of the shadow, It’s just you, Alabama, and me.

Intro

(^) Slide Up  (\) Slide Down  (h) Hammer On  (p) Pull Off  (b) Bend

MP3 Tab Support Audio (19K)

E----4--5--7-7-7-7-7p5p4--------12--10----------------------
B-5----------------------5--------------12--10--13--12------
G----------------------------9-------------------------12-10
D-----------------------------------------------------------
A-----------------------------------------------------------
E-----------------------------------------------------------

E-----------------------------------------------------------
B--10---------10--------------------------------------------
G------10h11------12--9--11-------9-------------------------
D----------------------------12------10b------10b-----------
A-----------------------------------------12-------12p10-12-
E-----------------------------------------------------------

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Ed Bick's Tab Archive, 1997