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Jimmy Buffett - Livingston Saturday Night Ukulele

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Livingston Saturday Night Ukulele

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Jimmy Buffett
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                 	E	B
 	You got your Tony Lama's on your jeans 	pressed tight
 	A7	E
You 	take a few tokes make you 	feel alright
 	A	B7	E
 	Rockin' and a rollin' on a 	Livingston Saturday n	ight
 	B
Pickup's washed and you 	just got paid
 	A7	E
With 	any luck at all you might 	even get laid
 	A	B	E
'Cause they're 	pickin' and a kickin' on a 	Livingston Saturday 	night

 	A	E
So won't you 	listen to the sound of the 	hot country band
 	B7	E
 	Boot heels a' shufflin' on the 	dance floor sand
 	A	E
S	ing a song, play some pong, 	shoot a little pool
 	FFifteenA	B7
 	 may get ya twenty,	 that's all right
 	A7	B7	E
'Cause they'll be 	rockin' and a rollin' on a 	Livingston Saturday 	night

(alright Timmy...)

Whoa listen to the sound of the hot country band
Boot heels a shufflin' on the dance floor sound
Hum a song, play some pong, eat a deviled egg
Temperature is risin' better pop another keg
Fifteen may get ya twenty, that's all right
'Cause they'll be rockin' and a rollin' on a Livingston Saturday night

(where's that harpoon man...)

Whoa ya gotta listen to the sound of the hot country band
Boot heels a shufflin' on the dance floor sound
Sing some songs, play some pong, eat a deviled egg
Temperature is risin' better pop another keg
Fifteen may get ya twenty, that's all right
'Cause they'll be rockin' and a rollin' on a Livingston Saturday night
Yeah I say they'll be rockin' and a rollin' on a Livingston Saturday night
One more time they'll be rockin' and a rollin' on a Livingston Saturday night
            
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