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Rebel Son - Sittin' Up Drinkin' With Robert E. Lee (Chord)
Album: Articals of Confederation (2004)
Submitter: BuckBran (27) on 6/23/15
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Sittin' Up Drinkin' With Robert E. Lee- Rebel Son

(A)    (D)    (A)    (E)     (A)    (D)    (A)    (E)     (A)
taking a trip in my old Chevy, (D)riding through the south I (A)looked up on a hill, and I (E)saw a big white house
I (A)caught a glimpse of a bearded man, (D)polishing his sword
(A)I saw Robert E. Lee outside, (E)sitting on the (A)porch

I pulled up in the yard and saw a (D)cotton field out back
he in(A)vited me to sit with him and (E)share a fifth of Jack
he had (A)criss cross bars and thirteen stars (D)blowing in the wind
He said "(A)Save your Confederate money boy, cause the (E)South will rise a(A)gain"

And (D)Robert E. Lee did not like them (A)northerners one bit
He was a (D)rebel and he knew it and he (A)didn't give a (E)s***
We've been (D)talking about Dixie and how (A)old times used to (F#m)be
And I've been, (D)sittin' up, (A)drinkin' (E)with Robert E. (A)Lee

We talked about his troops and the (D)rebel infantry
And those (A)thirteen southern states that'll (E)live in infamy
As he (A)took another swing of his (D)black label whiskey
He said "(A)That yankee pride don't mean a (E)d*** thing to (A)me"

He spoke about his men and how they (D)always fought so brave
And (A)how they wove their sacred flag though (E)many lives they gave
He (A)struggled to gain independence (D)for his southern ground
He (A)stood up for his cause and never (E)once did he backed (A)down

And (D)Robert E. Lee did not like them (A)northerners one bit
He was a (D)rebel and he knew it and he (A)didn't give a (E)s***
We've been (D)talking about Dixie and how (A)old times used to (F#m)be
And I've been, (D)sittin' up, (A)drinkin' (E)with Robert E. (A)Lee

Drink them up  (A) Solo(???)

It was (A)two o'clock AM and the (D)fire was getting low
So I (A)thanked him for our talk cause it was (E)time for me to go
While (A)walking to my car I turned to (D)thank him once again
But the (A)lot was bare, there was nothing there but (E)rocks and dirt and (A)sand

(F#m)Was it my imagination (E)playing with my (A)head
I (F#m)remember hearing (D)clearly every (A)single word he (E)said
Every (F#m)movement, every gesture, every (E)tear that his heart (A)shed
His (D)dream is still a(A)live, even (E)though his body's (A)dead

Robert E. Lee's memory lives (D)on in the southern soul
A(A)long with his boys who fought and (E)died out in the cold
(A)Lee was a man with tons of courage, a (D)hero without a doubt
He was a (A)man with determination, he was a (E)man from the (A)South

And (D)Robert E. Lee did not like them (A)northeners one bit
He was a (D)rebel and he knew it and he (A)didn't give a (E)s***
He said "(D)Son, I've got many (A)stories to (F#m)tell
U(D)lysses S. (A)Grant can kiss my (E)a** and go to (A)hell"
We've been (D)talking about Dixie and how (A)old times used to (F#m)be
And I've been,(D) sittin' up, (A)drinkin' (E)with Robert E. (A)Lee

Drink them up, bro  (D)    (E)    (A)    (F#m)     (D)    (E)    (A)    (F#m)    (D)     (E)    (A)

or Capo II 
(A)becomes (G)
(D) becomes (C)
(E) becomes (D)
(F#m) becomes (Em) 
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