Classic Rock

Watch Out For Lucy (Mono)

9 thoughts on “ Watch Out For Lucy (Mono)

  1. Shaktigal says:
    Watch out for Lucy, Though she may look frail. Say excuse me, Lucy, Darling don't you use me; I don't want to land in jail. She started out working in a cafe, Picking money up on the side. She was free and easy, everybody's friend, But she couldn't be satisfied.
  2. Gazuru says:
    The main reason for checking the derived mono from a stereo mix is to make sure it still works for mono listeners, and there can be a lot of them. For example, a lot of portable radios are mono and all car FM radios automatically switch to mono whenever the signal suffers multi‑path problems or receives weak signals, which is surprisingly.
  3. Samurr says:
    Watch out for Lucy, Though she may look frail. Say excuse me, Lucy, Darling don't you use me; I don't want to land in jail. She started out working in a cafe, Picking money up on the side. She was free and easy, everybody's friend, But she couldn't be satisfied. So now in walks Bill with his cash in his hand, His heart upon his sleeve.
  4. Megul says:
    "Watch Out For Lucy" is on the following albums: Backless iTunes Amazon Back to Eric Clapton Song List. Help Click on the album cover or album title for detailed infomation or select an online music provider to listen to the MP3. New on songlist - Song videos!! Click .
  5. Dugor says:
    Complete and well-aligned chords / capo 2nd fret to match Clapton's recording / thoroughly ear-transcribed.
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  7. Meztishura says:
    But he F♯m had a run in with little C♯7 Lucy then; Be D lieve me that ain't no E7 joke. A Watch C♯7 out for F♯m Lucy, D. A Though she C♯7 may look F♯m frail. D. Said, "Ex A cuse me, C♯7 Lucy, F♯m Darling don't you D use me; A I don't want to E7 land in A jail." A C♯7 F♯m D. A E7 A E7. She A started out working in a D cafe.
  8. Zulkiktilar says:
    Watch Out For Lucy. Eric Clapton. From the Album Backless November 1, out of 5 stars 1 rating. Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this song plus tens of millions more songs. Exclusive Prime pricing. $ to buy Listen Now 5/5(1).

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