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All Mama's Children Chords (ver.1)

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All Mama's Children Chords (ver.1)

Carl Perkins
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                All Mama's Children:Carl Perkins.
The B-Side of Boppin' The Blues, released by
Sun Records in 1956.

            (Capo 1st fret.)

#1.
C
There was an old woman that lived in a shoe,

had so many children, she didn't know what to do.
          F
They were doin' all right, till she took 'em to town,
    C
the kids started pickin' 'em up and puttin' 'em down.

CHORUS:
     F
Now, all your children wanna rock, Mama..
C
All your children want to roll.
G7                                 F
They wanna roll, wanna rock, wanna bop till they pop..
C
All your children wants to rock.

Rock now, go!

#2.
C
Well, we're not tryin' to live too fast..

And we might as well try to live in class.
   F
We better move out before the rent comes due,
      C
cause we wanna live in a blue suede shoe.

CHORUS:
     F
Now, all your children wanna rock, Mama..
C
All your children want to roll.
G7                                 F
They wanna roll, wanna rock, wanna bop till they pop..
C
All your children wants to rock.

Rock now, go!

#3.
C
Well, every night when it's quiet and still..

You can hear it echoing through the hill.
       F
C
all of mama's young 'uns are doin' the bop.

CHORUS:
     F
Now, all your children wanna rock, Mama..
C
All your children want to roll.
G7                                 F
They wanna roll, wanna rock, wanna bop till they pop..
C
All your children wants to rock.

Rock now, go!

CHORUS:
     F
Now, all your children wanna rock, Mama..
C
All your children want to roll.
G7                                 F
They wanna roll, wanna rock, wanna bop till they pop..
C
All your children wants to rock.


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