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Northside Seven-Eleven-Seven
Out Of The Woodwork IV
1974 by Gary E. Andrews
All Right Reserved for the Globe


Chords:
A# 68XXXX
Ab 46XXXX
A 57XXXX
D# X68XXX
C X35XXX

(Opening Chorus)
Call Northside Seven-Eleven-Seven. Call Northside.

(Introduction)
A long straight stretch like a little bit of heaven,
Rollin' back beneath my wheels.
I gotta' call Northside Seven-Eleven-Seven,
Gotta' talk about a deal.

(Verse 1)
A buddy come to get me.
He drug me out o' bed,
Said, "Here's a jug o' whiskey,
And somethin' for your head."
We hopped up on our Harleys,
And crept out on the red,
Rode to Cincinnati,
And woke up back in bed.

(V 2)
Rollin' down the road I looked up in the heavens.
The night had a magical feel.
I called Northside Seven-Eleven-Seven.
The voice that answered was unreal.
She said, "My brother's not here,
But I'm his sister, Lear.
If you wanna' do some business baby,
Come on over here."
She met us at the door
and I nearly shed a tear.
I fell in love at first sight,
With Northside's sister Lear.

Call Northside Seven-Eleven-Seven. Call Northside.

(Bridge)
Yoo-hoo! Come on over!
Yoo-hoo! Come on down!
Yoo-hoo! Come on over!
Call Northside,
Any time that you're in town.
Call Northside Seven-Eleven-Seven. Call Northside.
Call Northside Seven-Eleven-Seven. Call Northside.

(V 3)
Saturday night I'm goin' back to Cincinnati,
To call that number again.
If she tells me, "Stay here!"
You know I'll do so gladly.
She makes me feel so like a man.
So if you see me cruisin'
Up those Queen City streets,
Clap your hands now!
Clap your hands now!
Clap and stomp your feet!
I'm goin' to Cincinnati
To call that number again.

(Repeat Chorus and Bridge)

More Info...
Northside Seven-Eleven-Seven 1974 by Gary E. Andrews
All Rights Reserved For The Globe

There's a movie titled "Call Northside 7117." Drummer Dave Shively and I saw it and one of us said it would make a good song title. (Or was it "Northside 777"?)