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Rhubarb Pie

John Fogerty

 

Capo 2

 

Strum: B   D U B   D U   w/swing feel

       1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +

 

Chord Guide

       32 1

C:    x32010

      3    4

G:    3x0003

      134211

F:    133211

 

 

 

Intro:  / C - - - / - - - - / - - - - / - - - - /

           / G - - - / - - - - / C - - -  / - - - - /

 

Chorus:

  C (4)

Rhubarb Pie, rhubarb Pie

G (2)                                        C (2)
It might rain tomorrow, better get some before I die

 

Chorus (yep, play it again)

  F (2)                                                  C (2)
Save your lemons, get 'em up in the tree
 G (2)                                                          C (2)
Save your peaches, they really don't get to me
  F (2)                                                           C (2)
Talk about somethin' sure gonna make me shout
  C (hold)
Go on get some rhubarb pie--that's what it's all about

Chorus

  F (2)                                                  C (2)
Hey little mamma, can I walk with you?
          G (2)                                                      C (2)
Got a hole in my pocket, another one in my shoe
  F (2)                                                      C (2)
Pies in the kitchen settin' out the window sill
  C (hold)
Talk about make my eyes bug out, lord they surely will

Chorus

Instrumental Chorus x2


  F (2)                                                  C (2)

Hey little mamma, can I walk you home?
           G (2)                                                      C (2)
Ain't had no lovin' since my use-ta gal been gone
  F (2)                                                      C (2)
Come on in my kitchen, Lord I wish you would.
  C (hold)
Roll my eyes and shut my mouth--this rhubarb sure is good!

Chorus x2

 

Instrumental Chorus x2

 

End on C


This file is the author's own work and represents his interpretation of this song. It's intended solely for private study, scholarship or research.