Piano Red

Piano Red

"Piano Red"


 
E
In the underground, where the grey old minstrel hangs

(Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight, Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight)
         A                                                   E
In the underground, where the grey old minstrel hangs

(Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight, Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight)
          H                           A                 E
With a boogie drive, he don't need no rhythm band

(Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight, Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight)


Well he'll work all day, for the price of a T-bone steak

(Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight, Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight)
              A                                           E
Well he'll work all day, for the price of a T-bone steak

(Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight, Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight)
        H               A                        E
His grin and cheek, you can see that mean old face

(Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight, Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight)


Instr.: /E/E/E/E/A/A/E/E/H/A/E/E/E/E/

E
Well, he'll drive all year, try to push that motor down

(Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight, Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight)
             A                                        E
Well, he'll drive all year, and he push that motor down

(Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight, Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight)
           H                         A                     E
He don't shed no tear, but he'll cry all through the town

(Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight, Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight)


Well, he'll work all night just to fill his woman good

(Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight, Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight)
             A                                              E
Well, he'll work all night just to fill his woman good

(Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight, Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight)
          H                            A             E
Well he's awful tough, but he's never understood

(Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight, Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight)


Red's Grate On The Eighty-eight


Piano Red - Golders Green Version

 

In the Underground well he played on his Joen

In the Underground well he played on his Joen

When he boogie drive, he don't need no rhytmn band


Well he work all day for the price of a T-bone steak

Well he work all day for the price of a T-bone steak

He's a real antique, you can see that he don't fake


Well he drive all year, but he pushed that motor down

Well he drive all year, but he pushed that motor down

He don't shed no tear, but he cry all through the town


Well he work all night just to fill his woman good

Well he work all night just to fill his woman good

Yeah he always grabbled, but he never understood






By Pete Ham


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