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Rivers Johnny, The Snake Chords (ver.1)

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The Snake Chords (ver.1)

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                You mean nobody remembers this song?
           
                             The Snake     (Johnny Rivers?????)

                        (Chords the way I remembered)

             Dm
             On her way to work one morning, down the path along the lake
               A7                                             Dm
             A tender hearted woman found a poor half frozen snake
             Dm
             She Clutched him to her bosom  your so beautiful she cried
                 A7                                             Dm
             And if I hadn't came along You might have well had died


                     Dm
 chorus      Take me in ole tender women  Take me in for heaven sake
                     A7                                      Dm
             Take me in ole tendered woman ssssssssighed the Snake 

                                                               
                    Actually I believe the song was kinda dirty...
               You see she takes the snake into her home and Oh more
            words "She Laid him by the fireside with some honey and some
            milk"  
                     Well, one day she comes home to find that the snake
            had completely recovered and was packed and ready to leave. So
            naturally she said something about him leaving to which he says

            "Shut-up silly woman said that reptile with a grin"
            "You knew my bite was posionous before you took me in"

             Chorus

                               ???????

                                        Glen


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