Blue Suede Shoes Uke tab by Elvis Presley

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A chordA
Well it s one for the money
A chordA
Two for the show
A chordA
Three to get ready

Now go cat go
D chordD A chordA
But don t you step on my blue suede shoes
E chordE A chordA
You can do anything but lay off of my blue suede shoes

A chordA
Well you can knock me down
A chordA
Step in my face
A chordA
Slander my name
A chordA
All over the place
A chordA
Do anything that you want to do but uh-uh

Honey lay off of my shoes
D chordD A chordA
Don t you step on my blue suede shoes
E chordE A chordA
You can do anything but lay off of my blue suede shoes

A chordA
You can burn my house
A chordA
Steal my car
A chordA
Drink my liquor
A chordA
From an old fruit jar

A chordA
Do anything that you want to do but uh-uh

Honey lay off of my shoes
D chordD
Don t you step on my blue suede shoes
E chordE
You can do anything but lay off of my blue suede shoes

 

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About this song

This song was written by Carl Perkins, who along with Elvis Presley was a member of "The Million Dollar Quartet". Elvis Presley recorded two cover versions of the song, one in 1956 for his first album, and a 2nd version for the soundtrack of the 1960 film, "G.I. Blues".

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