Lindy

Overseas Stomy (The Lindy Hop) [LP Version] {Previously Unreleased}

Historic Dead


 Last Updated 09/13/96

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Intro
C I know they're gonna run to me A7 When they get across the sea D7 G7 C Ever' chance, the women; watch-it's amazing ?dance? (No Chord) (All safe and now sugar baby) Oh Mama, don't you weep and moan, Uncle Sam got your man and gone. Now they're doin' the Lindy Bird across the sea. Verse End Lick
Oh Mama, how can it be? You went way across the sea Just to keep from doing that Lindy thing with me (Oh baby, well I done just told'ja now) Oh Mama, don't you weep and moan, Uncle Sam got your man and gone. Now then they're doin' the Lindy Bird across the sea. I asked her for a piece of banana She said, "Let me play the blues on your piano And then I'll do that Lindy thing with you." (Mary had a dream about a submarine.) I asked her for a glass of K-ola She said, "Let me play the blues on your Victrola, And then I'll do that Lindy thing with you."

Intro

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

MIDI Tab Support Audio (lindyint.mid)

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A---------3--------0--2--3----------------------------------
E---------------3-------------------------------------------

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Verse End Lick

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

MIDI Tab Support Audio (lindyrif.mid)

E-----------------------------------------------------------
B-----------------------------------------------------------
G-----------------------------------------------------------
D---1--2----1--2----1--2------------------------------------
A--------------------------3--------------------------------
E-----------------------------------------------------------

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Ed Bick's Tab Archive, 1997