Johnny B. Goode

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Deep down in Lou'si-an-a 
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Close to New Or-leans 
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Way back up in the woods 
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Among the ev-er greens 
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There stood an old cabin 
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Made of earth and wood 
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Where lived a country boy 
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Named ~~~~ Johnny B Goode 
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Who'd never ever learned 
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To read or write so well 
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But he could play a guitar 
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Just like a ringin' a bell 

Chorus 
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GO GO, GO JOHNNY GO 
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GO JOHNNY GO, GO 
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GO JOHNNY GO 
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GO, GO JOHNNY GO, GO 
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JOHNNY B GOODE 

Verse 2 (same Tune) 

He used to carry his guitar  
In a gunny sack 
Go sit beneath the tree 
By the railroad track 
O'l engineer in the train 
Sittin' in the shade 
Strummin with the rythem 
That the drivers made 
The people passin' by 
They would stop and say 
Oh my, but that little  
Country boy could play 
Go GO... Etc (chorus) 

Verse 3 (same tune) 

His mother told him 
"Someday you will be a man 
And you will be the leader 
Of a big old band 
Many people comin' 
From miles around 
To hear you play your music 
'Til the sun goes down 
Maybe someday your name'll be in lights 
A sayin' Johnny B Goode tonght" 
Go GO... Etc (chorus) to fade

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