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Kingston Trio - Chords

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Kingston Trio
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                [Intro]
Bb

[Verse]
Bb
We got married in a fever, hotter than a pepper sprout
Bb
We've been talkin' 'bout Jackson, ever since the fire went out
             Eb                   Bb
I'm goin' to Jackson, gonna mess around
                  Eb      F                      Bb
Hey, I'm goin' to Jackson, you know I'm pleasure bound

[Verse]
Bb
Well, you go on, my sweet daddy, go ahead and wreck your health
Bb
Play your hand like a lover man and make a big fool of yourself
         Eb                 Bb
Go on to Jackson, comb your hair
               Eb      F         Bb
Gotta snowball Jackson, see if I care

[Verse]
Bb
When I breeze into that city, people gonna scr*pe and bow
Bb
All them women gonna beg me to teach 'gm what they don't know how
                  Eb                     Bb
I'm goin' down to Jackson, turn loose my coat
                  Eb      F                          Bb
Hey, I'm goin' to Jackson, "Bye-bye," that's all she wrote

[Verse]
Bb
When they laugh at you in Jackson, I'll be dancin' on the pony keg
Bb
Then I'll lead you 'round town like a scolded hound
Bb
With your tail tucked between your legs
         Eb                   Bb
Go on to Jackson, big talkin' man
                   Eb      F                Bb
I'll be waitin' in Jackson, behind my Japan fan

[Verse]
Bb
We got married in a fever, hotter than a pepper sprout
Bb
We've been talkin' 'bout Jackson, ever since the fire went out
             Eb                   Bb
I'm goin' to Jackson, gonna mess around
                  Eb      F                      Bb
Hey, I'm goin' to Jackson, you know I'm pleasure bound            
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