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Whoa, black betty (bam-A-lam)
Whoa, black betty (bam-A-lam)
Black betty had a child (bam-A-lam)
The damn thing gone wild (bam-A-lam)
She said it weren't in er mind (bam-A-lam)
The damn thing gone blind (bam-A-lam)
Said whoa, black betty (bam-A-lam)
Whoa, black betty (bam-A-lam)

-Guitar Break-

Whoa, black betty (bam-A-lam)
Whoa, black betty (bam-A-lam)
She really Gets me high (bam-A-lam)
You know that's no lie (bam-A-lam)
She's so rock steady (bam-A-lam)
And she's always ready (bam-A-lam)
Whoa, black betty (bam-A-lam)
Whoa, black betty (bam-A-lam)

-Guitar Break-
Get It
-Guitar Break-

Whoa, black betty (bam-A-lam)
Whoa, black betty (bam-A-lam)
She's from birmingham (bam-A-lam)
Way down in alabam' (bam-A-la)
Well she's shakin' that thing (bam-A-lam)
Boy she makes me think (bam-A-lam)
Whoa, black betty (bam-A-lam)
Whoa, black betty (bam-A-lam)



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    UnregisteredApr 13, 2012 at 2:23 am
    Well, in the old days black betties were a type of speed, and that was long before the song. Given the rhythm and the tempo, you can take it from there.
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    UnregisteredFeb 23, 2012 at 11:05 pm
    I love this song and im a 14 year girl! Before softball or volleyball games i rock out to this song!

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