Homer And Jethro - Jam-Bowl-Liar
Misc Unsigned Bands
JAM-BOWL-LIAR:Homer and Jethro. On RCA Records in 1952. INTRO: #1. A Bm Goodbye, ma'am, we gotta scram down the A highway. A Stick out your thumb, you son-of-a-gun, D goin' my way? D A I got a ride with a guy in a wagon. Am A D In a sack on the back that he was a-draggin'. CHORUS: D A Jam-bowl-liar, shoo-fly pie, an' bananner puddin'. A D Cause tonight I'm a-gonna see ol' Sally Goodin. D Am Danced all night, on my feet wore a blister. A D Had to sidetrack her nose when I kissed her. INTERLUDE: D G D G A D #2. D A On the couch side by side we was settin'. A D And just about the time we started a-pettin'. D A Some big hick throwed a brick through the winder. A D Hit her side, hurt her pride, broke my finger. CHORUS: D A Jam-bowl-liar, horse-meat pie on a push-cart. A F D Flipped my lid, always did love that Fred Hart. D A It was rough, the meat was tough, I chewed it slow. A D Almost choked when some bloke hollered, Whoa! INTERLUDE: D E G B D G D Em G Gb D A G D G OUTRO: D A Jam-bowl-liar an' a pizza pie an' a bowl o' soup beans. A D Spotted ham and a can o' choc'late-coated sardines. D A When we sing, it sounds just like a cat-and-dog fight. A B A D But we don't sing for money, just for spi-ite. A fifties smash from Kraziekhat.