Down On The Corner
Down On The Corner

| Riff 1      | Riff 1     | Riff 2      | Riff 1    |
(riffs 1 and 2 continue through verses along with rhythm guitar)

Verse 1:

C                       G                C
Early in the evenin'   just about supper time,  
                               G              C
over by the courthouse,they're starting to unwind,
four kids on the corner,  trying to bring you up,
    C                          G               C
Willy picks a tune out and he blows it on the harp.


F           C        G          C        
Down on the corner,  out in the street,  
              F            C                 G               C
Willy and the Poorboys are playin' bring a nickel,  tap your feet.

Verse 2:

Rooster hits the washboard, and people just gotta smile, 
Blinky thumps the gut bass and solos for awhile. 
Poor-boy twangs the rhythm out On his Kalamazoo.  
And Willy goes in to a dance and doubles on Kazoo.

repeat chorus:

3rd verse:

You don't need a penny just to hang around,  
but if you got a nickel won't you lay your money down.  
Over on the corner, there's a happy noise,  
people come from all around to watch the magic boy.

Riff 1

Riff 2


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