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Buster Brown - Fannie Mae Chords
Fannie Mae:Buster Brown.
#1 R&B and # 38 in 1960.
(Was on the sound track of American Graffiti.)

INTRO:HARMONICA: F..F Bb F C Bb F

#1.
F
Well, I want somebody..tell me what's wrong

with me.
  Bb                                       F
I want somebody..tell me what's wrong with me.
      C                 Bb                F
No, I ain't in trouble..in so much miser..y.

#2.
F
Now, Fannie Mae, baby, won't you please come home?
       Bb                                     F
Fannie Mae-ae-ae, baby, won't you please come home?
      C                        Bb             F             
No, I ain't been myself, girl, since you been gone.

#3.
F
I can hear your name a-ringin'..all down the line.
      Bb                                    F
I can hear your little engine..all down the line.
        C                      Bb
I wanna know do ya love me..or am I just wastin'
   F
my time? Wooo!

#3.
F                      Bb          F           C
Wooo!.......wooo!......wooo!.......wooo!.......wooo!
F
wooo!..

(INTERLUDE:HARMONICA:) F Bb F C Bb F

OUTRO:
F
I know..whoa, whoa, ohhh, poor me.
  Bb                           F
I know..whoa, whoa, ohhh, poor me.
        C                  Bb             F
Well, I ain't in trouble...so much miser..y.

A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.


 
 
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