John Prine - Middleman
Intro verse 1 E I was sitting in a diner with a girl named Flo A She wouldn't say yes, but she couldn't say no E B7 E She said, "Darling, can I get a middle man?" E She was engaged to a fellow on the lay-a-way plan A But she carried all her money in a coffee can E B7 E She said, "Darling, can I get a middle man?" Bridge A The cook looked over with a short order face E Dropped a fork and he saw Flo's legs A Straightened his apron and burned my eggs B7 I got competition everywhere I go these days verse 2 E Leaning on the juke box lookin' real good A Like Natalie Wood on a Pontiac hood E B7 E I said, "Darling, I think I need a little hand. E Ya see, I've seen my downs, I've seen my ups A I seen miniature dogs in coffee cups E B7 E But darling I ain't never seen a middle man." Bridge A Flo talked slow like real wet paint E She said, "A middle man's there when the other ones ain't A He's got a left handed manner that leans to the right B7 Sleeps all day and keeps it up all night" verse 3 E I got an aunt in Ohio and a boat that won't row A Some veterans insurance and nowhere to go E B7 E "Darling, can I be your middle man?" Bridge A If I could get the money in that coffee can E I could open me up a lemonade stand A Send all the kids off to Pakistan B7 Make Flo happy if I can Instrumental A E A B7 verse 4 E Jerry Mahoney and Johnny B. Goode A Are gonna buy me a house in Hollywood E B7 E Darling, I think I got the perfect plan E We're gonna save half a dollars and sell 'em to France A Buy us a record and learn how to dance E B7 And darling, I'll always be your middle E B7 Darling, go buy a griddle E B7 E Darling, I wanna be your middle man
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