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  1. Intro: G C G G Don't call pretty Peggy, C G She can't hear you no more Don't leave no message C G Round her back door C They say the old laughing lady G Been here before D C She don't keep time G She don't count score G C G G You can't have a cupboard C G If there ain't no wall You got to move C There's no time for you to stall C Am They say the old laughing lady C D G Dropped by to.
  2. But the laughing lady's lovin', ain't the kind he can keep. D (D/Bb) D/C D There's a fever on the freeway, blacks out the night. There's a slipping on the stairway, just don't feel right. And there's a rumbling in the bedroom and a flashing of light. Dmaj7 Dm7 C(addD) There's the "Old Laughing Lady", ev'rything is .
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  4. The discography and filmography of Neil Young contains both albums and films produced by Young. Through his career most of Young's work has been recorded for and distributed by Reprise Records, that company owned by Warner Bros. Records since and now part of the Warner Music kirirdredgushakarcerezar.xyzinfo only exceptions are Young's five albums for Geffen Records in the s, which were once distributed by.
  5. Neil Young: Unplugged (Authentic Guitar-Tab Edition) Neil Young, Jesse Gress Neil Young: Unplugged (Authentic Guitar-Tab Edition) Neil Young, Jesse Gress Includes: The Old Laughing Lady * World on a String * Like a Hurricane * The Needle and the Damage Done * Helpless * Harvest Moon * Transformer Man * Unknown Legend * Look Out for My Love.
  6. The Old Laughing Lady Lyrics: Don't call pretty Peggy, she can't hear you no more / Don't leave no message around her back door / They say the old laughing lady been here before / She don't keep.
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  8. The Laughing Lady: What a great symbol of addiction. First it is fun and the lady is laughing with you. Soon though you come to need her and her laughter turns to a taunting laughter at you. Later her laughter becomes a sadistic cackle at what she has done to you. Verse 1 Pretty Peggy is probable a young addict who has overdosed.

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