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DDon't call pretty Peggy,Em/D she can't hear you no morD7Me. Em/D DDon't leave no messageEm/D 'round her bacD7Mk door. G/DThey say the "Old Laughing Lady" been here Dbefore.Em/D She dD7Mon't keep timeDm7, she don't count Gscore.Standard guitar tuning:EADGBENo capo
D Gm7 Am7 DYou can't have a cupboard if there ain't no wall. You got to move, There's no time left to stall. They say the "Old Laughing Lady" dropped by to call. When she leaves, she leaves nothing at all.
D7M Dm7 D7M Dm7 G/D D7M Dm7 D7M Dm7 G/D DSee the drunkyard of the village falling on the street. Can't tell his ankles from the rest of his feet. He loves his old laughing lady 'cause her taste is so sweet. But the laughing lady's lovin', ain't the kind he can keep.
D D/B♭ D/C DThere's a fever on the freeway, blacks out the night. There's a slipping on the stairway, just don't feel right. And there's a rumbling in the bedroom and a flashing of light. There's the "OlD7Md Laughing Lady"Dm7, ev'rything is all righCt. D OBS! The chords in this song is:D Em/D D7M Dm7 G G/D |||X|| |||X|| |||X|| |||X|| ||||X| |||X|| ||||X| ||||X| ||||X| ||||X| |||||| ||||X| |||||| |||||| |||||| |||||| XX|||| ||||||Old Laughing Lady : Unplugged
G C GGDon't call pretty Peggy, CShe can't hear you no Gmore Don't leave no message CRound her back Gdoor They say the Cold laughing lady Been here beGfore She Ddon't keep time C She don't count Gscore
G C GGYou can't have a cupboard CIf there ain't no G wall You got to move CThere's no time for you to stall
C 020010 AmThey say the old laughing lady Dropped Cby to Dcall G And Dwhen she leaves Am She leaves Cnothing at Gall
AmGSee the drunkard of the village CFallin' on his Gfeet He can't tell his ankle CFrom the rest of his Gfeet
C 020010 AmHe loves his old laughing lady Because the Ctaste is so Gsweet Bm But the Dlaughin' lady's loving Ain't the Amkind he can Ckeep G
D Am C GThere's a Gfever on the freeway CBlacks out the Gnight There's a slippin' on the stairway Just Cdon't feel right G There's a Crumblin' in the bedroom And a Cflashin' of Glight DThere's the old laughing lady EveryCthing is all right G DThere's the old laughing lady EveryCthing is all right G
D Am C G x2notes: the quick change to C and G at the end of many lines is omitted it occurs everywhere but 'if there ain't no wall / you got to move...' the run through from C to Am via the B note is a familiar ny trick... added: Neil embellishes the G chords by hammering on the E note on the second fret of the D string with his index finger. I also believe that he plays some of his G chords in the D chord shape at the 7th fret G/D . Strum loosely with an easy feel.
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