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The ballad of Bonnic and Clyde. Words and Music by MITCH MURRAY and PETER CALLANDER SUGGESTED REGISTRATIONS Single - Manual Organs General Electronic & Pipe Organs Drawbar Organs 8, 40V Upper: Flute 8', 4’, 2 Mixt 2" Upper: 80 8806 368 Vibrato: On Lower: Flute 8", 4’, Diapason 8° Lower: (00) 8765 000 (0) Play: Upper and Lower Pedal: 16+8 Pedal: 6-(3) Vibrato: On Vibrato: On Medium blues tempo G 6 G66 cr br vee —— [simile me can tell you peo - ple they were the | de - vil's — child-ren the gra - du- 2 -thon in-to the [bank - ing bus ~'ness Bon - nie and their _e - vil do - in! "Reach for the ing Clyde would hol - ler 10 cr Dz. cr G ce G a6 la - zy af -ter-noon down Sa-|van-nah way They |robbeda store Bon-nie load - ed dol -lars in the |dew- lap bag Now | one brave man high - tailed out - a that town ‘lean a - way in tried to take them a - lone left him = ly ~ ing in 2 wait -edtill theheat died and laughed a-bout it all the way home, G vt Cae cr t- => => = 3 fBon-nie and Clyde got to be pub-lic © -ne-my " Ey pr OG Fz Fz on Run-ningand hid -'ing from ev - 'ry A- me - ri- can Eby DT OG ET AT ‘Theyused tolaugh a-bout dy | - in’ - - - (simite) 2 (simile) but deep in-side them they That _pret-ty soon they'dbe ly-| 2 £ Be-neath theground “ to- ge - ther 12 Push-in' up dai - ses to wel-comethe sun and the ct pr cr DT, li - a-ble in - for-ma- tion fed - 'ralde - pu-ta - tionlaid (simile) (simile) i =S—= c7 nie and Clyde 13 ing inthe sun-shine A a do - zencar- bines op - ened (gun fight effects) | a _ ae ‘them __ and Clyde — -ly to -geth-er they — Q