Doc Watson

The Telephone Girl

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The Telephone Girl

	  		
Intro: 
A E A G# A C# D   E    A 

verse 1 
A                                  E             A 
Here of late I feel so strange I'm happy and I'm sad 
    E               E7                                     A 
The way my feelings are sometimes I think they'll drive me mad 
  A                                         E            A 
A pretty little girl with frizzy curls came here a week ago 
    A             A/B A/C# D            E                A 
To work upon the tel -e-  phone, And sh'said, hello, hello 

verse 2 
A                                  E                A 
Hello, hello, her sweet hello, her voice like music rings 
     E                E7                                  A 
It's sweeter than the whippoorwill, that in the moonlight sings 
       A                               E             A 
As the bell boy here at this hotel I'm always on the go 
   A             A/B A/C# D              E              A E A 
And then she'll ring that telephone, and say hello, hello 

verse 3 
  A                               E              A 
I haven't spoken to her yet, I've been in such a daze 
   E                   E7                                    A 
Although sometimes she looks at me, with a sort of a distant gaze 
       A                                E                A 
That I feel so weak, I cannot speak, my heart is beating so 
   A             A/B A/C# D              E              A 
And then she'll ring that telephone, and say hello, hello 

Instrumental 
A   E       A 
E           A 
A      E    A  G# A  C# D   E    A 

verse 4 
  A                             E               A 
I see her as she walks along in sunshine and in rain 
      E                  E7                     A 
I can hear her midst the jangle of the elevated train 
    A                               E           A 
I'd buy for us a little place where honeysuckle grow 
   A             A/B A/C# D               E              A 
She could meet me at the  garden gate and say hello, hello 

verse 5 
    A                               E               A 
In about a year, she married me and then we settled down 
     E             E7                         A 
In a pretty little bungalow not very far from town 
    A                              E                A 
At night as I go home from work my heart is beating so 
    A          A/B A/C# D       E            A 
She'll kiss me at the door and  say hello, hello, hello 
		  

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