Tony Joe White Polk Salad Annie chords
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Polk Salad Annie:Tony Joe White. #8 in 1968. #1. E Down in Louisiana, where the alligators grow so mean. There lived a girl, that I swear to the world, made the alligators look tame. CHORUS: A E Polk salad Annie, polk salad Annie. G A Everybody said it was a shame.. G A cause her Mama was working on the chain-gang. E A mean, vicious woman. #2. E Everyday 'fore supper time, she'd go down by the truck patch. And pick her a mess o' Polk salad, and carry it home in a tote-sack. CHORUS: A E Polk salad Annie..'gators got your Granny. G A G Everybody said it was a shame..cause her Mama was A workin on the chain-gang.. E a wretched, spiteful, straight-razor totin' woman. Lord have mercy. (INTERLUDE:HARMONICA:) #3. E Her daddy was lazy and no 'count..claimed he had a bad back. All her brothers were fit for, was stealin' watermelons out of my truck patch. CHORUS: A E Polk salad Annie..the 'gators got your Granny. G A G Everybody said it was a shame..cause her Mama was A E working on the chain-gang. OUTRO: E Sock a little polk-salad to me..you know I need a mean mess of it..(Fade.) A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.