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Let's Spend The Day In My Model "A"
Words and Music by Tom Mack, Billy Vaughn & Milt Rogers (aka Milton Adelstein) - Circa 1969
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Bb - G7 -
C7 - - -
F7 - - -
Bb - C7 F7
Bb7 - Eb -
C7 - F7 -
Bb - G7 -
First Ending:
C7 F7 Bb -  (F7 repeat)
Second Ending:
C7 F7 C7 F7
C7 F7 C7 -
F7 Bb - -  (End)
8-beat intro.  Play 4-beats for each cell, reading from left to right.
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Let's spend the day in my Model "A",
She's runnin' slick as a top,
That Ford motor has lots of power,
She'll do better than fifty miles an hour.
There'll be a Picnic basket in the rumble seat,
If we blow a gasket who cares, "When Do We Eat ?"
Let's spend the day in my Model "A",
 
(First Ending)
I'll pick you up in the 'morn.
 
(Second Ending)
I'll fetch you in the early 'morn, come runin' when you hear my horn,
You'll bless the day that you were born,
To ride in my Model "A".
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Listen to John Green and Oakland Banjo Band perform this song on Youtube (click here)
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Arranged by Jim Bottorff
 
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email: jbott@ix.netcom.com