Sadie Brown (My Little Lady)
Written by Ramblin' Jack Elliott
Chord-chart by Lynn Lewis

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|A / / / |D / / I had a gal - - oh what a gal, D |G / / / |C And her name was Sa-die Brown, E |A / / / |D / / / | I took her out - - to ride a-bout, G / / / |C / / Down on - the old porch swing. C |F / / / |C / A / | Well that lit-tle miss, she would steal a kiss, |D / / / |G / / / | As soft-ly to her I would say . . .

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C / / / |F / / / | Saee - da-ee, my little lay-day-ee, C / G / |C / / / | Won’t you come and be my bride, C / / / |F / / / | Saee - da-ee, my little lay-day-ee, C / / / |G / / I need - you by my side. / |F / / / |C / A / | We’ll be married in June, have a long honey-moon, D / / / |G / / / | Then settle down for life. C / / / |F / / / | Saee - da-ee, my little lay-day-ee, C / G / |C / / /| Won’t you come and be my ball and chain.

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first 4 lines of verse

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Well that little miss, would steal a kiss, As softly to her I would say . . .

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