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Sawyer Brown - Step That Step (Chord)
Album: Sawyer Brown (1987)
Submitter: lmofle (917) on 3/13/06 1 comment
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Step That Step 
By Sawyer Brown
Tabbed By Larry Mofle
rmofle at satx.rr.com
3/13/2006

Intro:
B  A  E 3 times


      E                                        A
Well, mama told me when I was three “Lord, the street'll never get you nowhere”
           E                                              A
You take a street car jumpin' and back beat bump and get along like it isn't there
              E                                                D 
You hold your head up high like you're gonna fly, you take the bitter 'til you find the sweet
             E                                                      B              A             E
And when you got that crowd and it's screamin' loud, you leave them sittin' on the edge of their seats


Chorus
          B    A    E 
You gotta step that step
B    A    E 
Walk that walk
B     A    E
Shake that thing
     B          E
Honey talk that talk


Well, Hollywood, if you knew no good, keep you boppin 'til the break of day
And no time to rest and you've got to feel blessed 'cause you're gonna get it anyway
When you start to wail and your face turns pale, you've got to pump it till your pistol pops
And as the eagle flew baby so will you cause you're climbin' all the way to the top

Repeat Chorus Six Times
 
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
GOOD JOB... THIS CAN ALSO BE MORE EASILY PLAYED IF YOU CAPO TO 5 FOR KEY OF A (6 TOBY'S Bb key)/ e:OOOOOOO/ B:O/ G:-321---0/ D:----20h2-//
REPEAT FIRST 4+hold// IF CHANGING CHORDS TO THIS KEY... PLAY E A D/E B E throw in C#m for the F#m and D for the G >> doc d
-laandommer | 12/15/2005
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