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  • Southern New Hampshire Ukulele Group – http://SNHUG.wordpress.com

    Ukulele Sue – Dan Mathis (SNHUG) Arrangement of Runaround Sue [C] Here's my story, it's sad but true [Am] It's about a girl that I once knew [F] She took my love then ran around [G] With every banjo playin’ fool in town [C] Hey, hey, uke-a-lady, lady [Am] Hey, hey, uke-a-lady, lady [F] Hey, hey, uke-a-lady, lady [G] Hey, AHHHHHHHHHH! [C] Yeah, I should have known it from the very start [Am] This girl would leave me with a broken heart [F] Now listen people what I'm telling you [G] (hold) Keep away from Ukulele Sue [C] Her amazing lips and the smile on her face The [Am] touch of her hand and this girl's warm embrace [F] So if you don't wanna cry like I do [G] (hold) Keep away from Ukulele Sue [C] Hey, hey, uke-a-lady, lady [Am] Hey, hey, uke-a-lady, lady [F] Hey, hey, uke-a-lady, lady [G] Hey, AHHHHHHHHHH!

    Bridge: [F] She likes to travel around, yeah [C] She'll love you and she'll put you down Now [F] people let me put you wise [G] She plays out with other guys And [C] the moral of the story from the guy who knows [Am] I’ve been in love and my love still grows [F] Ask any fool that she ever knew, they'll say [G] (hold) Keep away from Ukulele Sue [C] Hey, hey, uke-a-lady, lady [Am] Hey, hey, uke-a-lady, lady [F] Hey, hey, uke-a-lady, lady [G] Hey, AHHHHHHHHHH!

    [C] Hey, hey, uke-a-lady, lady [Am] Hey, hey, uke-a-lady, lady [F] Hey, hey, uke-a-lady, lady [G] Hey, AHHHHHHHHHH! Bop Bop [C]

  • My Favorite Things (SNHUG) – From the Sound of Music and SNHUG

    [Em]

    [Em] Sopranos and Tenors and Concerts and Barries [Cmaj7] Make pretty noises that make me feel happy [Am] Hearing those [D7] sounds simply [G] makes my heart [C] sing [G] These are a [C] few of my [F#m] favorite [B7] things

    [Em] Hawaiian shirts when outside its snowing [Cmaj7] Colorful leis and grass skirts a-flowing [Am] Coconut [D7] bras that are [G] tied up with [C] strings [G] These are a [C] few of my [F#m] favorite [B7] things

    When my [Em] strings break And my [B7] fingers ache When I [Em] play a chord real [C] bad I simply think of my [A7] favorite things and [G] then I don’t [C] feel [D7] so [G] sad… [G]

    [Em] Harmonies, melodies, tunes that are snappy [Cmaj7] Dancing and swaying and feet that are tapping [Am] Hearing a [D7] voice like an [G] angel with [C] wings [G] These are a [C] few of my [F#m] favorite [B7] things

    When my [Em] voice croaks When my [B7] throat chokes When I [Em] forget the words to a [C] song I simply think of my [A7] favorite things and [G] it don’t [C] seem [D7] so [G] wrong… [C]! [G]!

    Southern New Hampshire Ukulele Group – http://SNHUG.wordpress.com

  • Stockport Ukulele Players

    Ukulele (Hallelujah Spoof) Leonard Cohen, Guy Snape (& Geoff Thorpe)

    [C] [Am] [C] [Am]

    Now I’ve [C] heard there was a [Am] list of chords That [C] I should play ’til [Am] I got bored My [F] teacher told me [G] I must practice [C] daily [G] It [C] goes like this, [F] C, F, [G] G7 I’ll [Am] never play the [F] harp in heaven I’m [G] going to hell to [E7] play my uku-[Am]-lele

    Uku-[F]-lele, uku-[Am]-lele Uku-[F]-lele, uku-[C]-le-----[G]-le [C] [C] [Am] [C] [Am]

    On [C] X Factor they [Am] sang this song But [C] I believe they [Am] got it wrong The [F] vocals sounded [G] shrill and far to [C] wail-ey [G] But [C] sometimes when [F] the spirit [G] moves I’m [Am] sure that lovely [F] Len approves I’ll [G] play his song [E7] upon my uku-[Am]-lele

    Uku-[F]-lele, uku-[Am]-lele Uku-[F]-lele, uku-[C]-le-----[G]-le [C] [C] [Am] [C] [Am]

    It [C] doesn’t matter [Am] who you are Or [C] where you come from, [Am] near or far You [F] could be Greek, Bra-[G]-zilian or Is-[C]-raeli [G] No-[C]-one will want to [F] be your [G] friend Be-[Am]-cause you drive them [F] round the bend And [G] irritate them [E7] with your uku-[Am]-lele

    Uku-[F]-lele, uku-[Am]-lele Uku-[F]-lele, uku-[C]-le-----[G]-le [C] [C] [Am] [C] [Am]

    So [C] armed with my [Am] half-dozen chords I'm [C] setting out to [Am] tread the boards At [F] folk-club sessions, [G] open mic or [C] ceilidh [G] From [C] jazz, thrash-metal, [F] country, [G] pop To [Am] little stick of [F] Blackpool Rock You'll [G] hear them all [E7] upon my uku-[Am]-lele

    Uku-[F]-lele, uku-[Am]-lele Uku-[F]-lele, uku-[C]-le-----[G]-le [C] [C] [Am] [C] [Am] Uku-[F]-lele, uku-[Am]-lele Uku-[F]-lele, uku-[C]-le-----[G]-le [C]

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    Atkin’s Diet Blues (to the tune of Folsom Prison Blues) C I hear that clock a buzzin', it's time for lunch again C7 And I ain't had a bagel since I don't know when F C But I'm on the Atkins diet and time keeps draggin' on G F C But I'm eating so much protein, I'll get a kidney stone C When I was just a baby my mama told me 'son C7 If you eat a hot dog be sure to hold the bun F C But I made a grilled cheese sandwich just to watch it fry G F C When I smell those cookies bakin' I hang my head and cry C I bet there's slim folks eatin' whatever food they please C7 They're probably exercisin' and burning calories F C But I knew I had it comin, and now no grain I see G F C But those slim folks keep on eatin', and that's what tortures me.

  • How Much Is That Hounddog In The Winder By Homer And Jethro

    Intro: D Chorus: D A How Much Is That Hound Dog In The Winder A D I do hope that fleabag's for sale D A How Much Is That Hound Dog In The Winder A D The one with the long, mangy tail

    I'll give you two-bits for that Hound Dog The one with the sad, achin' heart Fer he looks so much like my girl friend I can't hardly tell 'em apart

    I must take a trip to Louisian-er Leave her and that Hound Dog alone While I'm eatin' Shrimp and Jambol-iar They'll be home a-gnawin' a bone

    I don't want a Monkey or a Baboon I don't want a muley old Cow I dont want a crappie or a Catfish A Catfish could never me-ow

    How Much Is That Hound Dog In The Winder? With the basketball nose on his face! You know what a basketball nose is! It dribbles all over the place.

  • The Battle of Kookamonga Written by Jimmy Driftwood – Performed by Homer and Jethro [G] In Nineteen and fifty nine we [C] took a little hike, With [D7] our scoutmaster up to [G] lake Aneekanike, We took a little pizza and we [C] took some sour krauts, And [D7] we marched along together till we [G] heard the girl scouts

    Chorus 1: We're the boys from camp Kookamonga, Our mothers sent us here for to [D7] study natures [G] ways, We learned to make sparks by rubbin' sticks together, But if we catch the girls we'll [D7] set the woods [G] ablaze.

    Well we crept up to the water and we [C] see'd the girls aswimin', There [D7] must of been a hundred of them [G] pretty young women, They looked so fine even [C] birds forgot to sing, We [D7] laid down in the poison oak and [G] didn't say a thing.

    Repeat Chorus 1: Well our councilor said we could [C] take em by surprise If we [D7] didn't say a word till we [G] looked em in the eyes, We kept real still and we [C] kept our eyes aglued, We [D7] saw how they were dressed, they were [G] smimming in the… well now

    Repeat Chorus 1:

    Chorus 2: Well they ran through the briars and they ran through the brambles And they ran through the bushes where the [D7] rabbit couldn't [G] go. They ran so fast even we couldn't catch em From Lake Aneekanike [D7] all the way to Buff[G]-alo.

    Well we ran right after them till [C] everyone was pooped, so we [D7] rested for a minute and our [G] forces we regrouped Then we saw the girls [C] behind some evergreens, [D7] captured by a company of [G] United States Marines

    Repeat Chorus 1: Repeat Chorus 2:

    (in cadence) Rutty toot toot, rooty toot toot, we are the boys from the boy scout troop, We do smoke and we don't chew and we don't go with the girls that do.

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    Spoof - Sweet Cheese Dreams , writer:who knows?

    Eurythmics ?

    [Em] Sweet dreams are [C] made of [B] cheese [Em] Who am I to [C] diss a [B] brie? [Em] I cheddar the world and the [C] feta [B] cheese [Em] Everybody's [C] looking for [B] Stilton

    [Em] Some of them will [C] fondue [B] you [Em] Some of them want to [C] be [B] fondued [Em] Some of them want to [C] grill [B] you [Em] Some of them want to be [C] well [B] chewed

    [Em] Sweet dreams are [C] made of [B] cheese [Em] Who am I to [C] diss a [B] brie? [Em] I cheddar the world and the [C] feta [B] cheese [Em] Everybody's [C] looking for [B] Stilton

    [Em] Hold your rind up, movin' on [A] No more plastic, movin' on [Em] Phillie’s rubbish, movin' on [A] Hold your rind up, movin' on [Em] I said Phill