It's A Crying Pity

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It's A Crying Pity-Tommy McClennan
D position, standard tuning

SOLO

It's a cryin' pity, low-down dirty shame
It's a cryin' pity, low-down dirty shame
Crazy 'bout a no-good woman, 'fraid to call her name

Now where were you, babe, when I knocked up on your door? (Spoken: That was late last night.)
Where was you, babe, when I knocked up on your door
You had the nerve to tell poor Tommy that you couldn't use me no more

But that's all right, babe, got to reap what you sow
That's all right, babe, got to reap just what you sow
But don't forget that night I knocked up on your door

Now I done some last winter, don't expect to do it no more
Mmmmmm, done some last winter, never expect to do it no more
Quit the best woman I had, and I drove her from my door

But forgive me, baby, won't do wrong no more
Forgive me, baby, swear I won't do wrong no more
You can get all of my lovin', but you got to let that black man go

Now I love you, baby, I don't see why as I should
Now I love you, baby, don't see why as I should
'Cause you gwine with the man that live right in my neighborhood

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