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|Salty Dog||TML # 013712|
|Click Play Speed||Slow 1/4=120||Medium 1/4=180||Fast 1/4=240|
|Thought to be a an old time negro blues converted to mountain style. Recorded by Earl Scruggs in the 1950's since which time it has been a considered a bluegrass classic.|
Chor: Let me be your salty dog, or I won't be your little man at all, Honey let me be your salty dog. Standing on the corner with the low down blues, a great big hole in the bottom of my shoes, honey let me be your salty dog.
Look here, Sal, I know you, With a low down slipper and a brogan shoe, Honey let me be your salty dog. Down in the wildwood sitting on a log Singing a song called salty dog, Honey let me be your salty dog.
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