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Lyrics by: Chuck Berry
# Debut Chart
1 May '69 Country

Lyrics

Deep down in Lousiana Close to New Orleans Back up in the hills Among the evergreens There stood an old cabin Made of earth and wood Where lived a country boy Name of Johnny B. Goode He never, ever learned To read or write so well But he could play a guitar Just like ringing a bell Go, go, go, Johnny, go, go Go, Johnny, go, go, go, Johnny, go Go, go, go, go, Johnny, go Go, go, Johnny B. Goode


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He used to carry his guitar In a gunny sack Sit beside the tree By the railroad track The engineer would see him Sitting in the shade Listening to the rhythm That the drivers made The people coming by They would stop and wave Oh, my, but that little Country boy could play Go, go, go, Johnny, go, go Go, Johnny, go, go, go, Johnny, go Go, go, go, go, Johnny, go Go, go, Johnny B. Goode All right, Don His mama told him Someday you will be a man And you will be the leader Of a big old band Many people come from miles around To hear you play the guitar When the sun goes down Maybe someday Your name will be in lights But Johnny B. Goode tonight Go, go, go, Johnny, go, go Go, Johnny, go, go, go, Johnny, go Go, go, go, go, Johnny, go Go, go, Johnny B. Goode

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