Luther’s Boogie

Capo 1st fret

Intro:
|     E     |     E     |     E     |     E     |


.              E
We were just a plain old hillbilly band with a plain old country style.
.                                                               F#                B7
We never played the kind of songs that’d drive anybody wild.
.             E
Played a railroad song with a stompin’ beat,
.                    A
We played a blues song, kinda slow and sweet.
.            F#                                                                    B7
But the thing that knocked ’em off of their feet was, hoo-wee..


.         E
When Luther played the boogie woogie. Luther played the boogie woogie.

Luther played the boogie woogie. Luther played the boogie woogie.
A
Luther played the boogie woogie. Luther played the boogie woogie.
E
Luther played the boogie woogie. Luther played the boogie in the
B7                           E
.     Strangest kind of way.

Play it strange


Guitar solo:
|     E     |     E      |     E     |     E     |
|     A     |     A     |     A     |     A     |
|     E     |     E      |     E     |     E     |
|    B7    |    B7    |     E     |     E     |


.              E
Well, we did our best to entertain ev’rywhere we’d go.
.                                                     F#                     B7
We’d nearly wear our fingers off to give the folks a show.
.             E
Played a jumpin’ jive to make ’em get in a groove,
.                A
We played sad songs real slow and smooth.
.            F#                                                                      B7
But the only thing that would make ’em move was, hoo-wee..


.         E
When Luther played the boogie woogie. Luther played the boogie woogie.

Luther played the boogie woogie. Luther played the boogie woogie.
A
Luther played the boogie woogie. Luther played the boogie woogie.
E
Luther played the boogie woogie. Luther played the boogie in the
B7                           E
.     Strangest kind of way.


Guitar solo:
|     E     |     E      |     E     |     E     |
|     A     |     A     |     A     |     A     |
|     E     |     E      |     E     |     E     |


N.C.
Now, didn’t Luther play the boogie strange?

Outro:
|    B7    |    B7    |     E     |     E     |

 

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