"A Red Cadillac and a Black Moustache" as written by and Lillian/thompson May....
Who you been lovin' since I been gone
F G
A long tall man with a red coat on
C Am
Good-for-nothing-baby you've been doing me wrong
F G
Who you been lovin' since I been gone
C / Am
F G
Who you been lovin' since I been gone

C / Am / F / G
C Am
Who's been playing around with you
F G
A real cool cat with eyes of blue
C Am
Triflin' baby are you being true
F G
Who's been foiling around with you
C / Am
F G
Who's been fooling around with you

C / Am / F / G

F
Somebody saw you at the break of day
C
Dining and a-dancing in the cabaret
Am
He was long and tall, he had plenty of cash
G
He had a red cadillac and a black moustache
C Am
He held your hand and he sang you a song
F G
Who you been lovin' since I been gone
C / Am
F G
Who you been lovin' since I been gone

SOLO

Somebody saw you at the break of day
Dining and a-dancing in the cabaret
He was long and tall, he had plenty of cash
He had a red cadillac and a black moustache
He held your hand and he sang you a song
Who you been lovin' since I been gone
Who you been lovin' since I been gone


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"Red Cadillac and a Black Moustache" as written by Willie Bea Thompson Lillian May

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