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The Duck Song chords

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The chords -above- the lyrics in this version, and some lyrics are more accurate. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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Basically the whole song. 90 bpm
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Capo 5

[Intro]
C F G

[Verse 1]
C                     F        G
A duck walked up to a lemonade stand,
       C               F           G
and he said to the man running the stand,
C               F G         C            F  G
Hey, bum bum bum, got any grapes?

C                       F        G     C                                 F             G
The man said no we just sell lemonade.  It’s cold and its fresh and it’s all home made.  
C                      F         G         C       F
Can I get you a glass? The duck said “I’ll pass”.
G                 C                F  G                 C
Then he waddled away. Waddle waddle. Till the very next day. Bum bum bum bum bum bah-dum.

[Verse 2]
         C                     F        G
When the duck walked up to the lemonade stand,
       C               F           G
And he said to the man that was running the stand,
C               F G         C            F  G
Hey, bum bum bum, got any grapes?

    C                     F        G   C                     F      G
The man said no, like I said yesterday, we just sell lemonade, okay?
            C         F           G        C       F
Why not give it a try?   The duck said, "Goodbye."
G                 C                F
Then he waddled away, waddle waddle.  
G                 C                        F
Then he waddled away, waddle waddle waddle.
G                 C                F
Then he waddled away, waddle waddle.
 G                 C
Till the very next day. Bum bum bum bum bum bah-dum.

[Verse 3]
         C                     F        G
When the duck walked up to the lemonade stand,
       C               F           G
And he said to the man that was running the stand,
C    F          G         C         F  G
Hey, bum bum bum, got any grapes?

    C                        F     G             C                    F         G 
The man said, "Look, this is getting old, I mean, lemonade’s all we’ve ever sold!"
C                       F              G           C     F
 "Why not give it a go?" The duck said, “How about, no.”
G                 C                F
Then he waddled away, waddle waddle.  
G                 C                        F
Then he waddled away, waddle waddle waddle.
G                 C                F
Then he waddled away, waddle waddle.
 G                 C
Till the very next day. Bum bum bum bum bum bah-dum.

[Verse 4]
         C                     F        G
When the duck walked up to the lemonade stand,
       C               F           G
And he said to the man that was running the stand,
C               F G         C            F  G
Hey, bum bum bum, got any grapes?

          C                          F           G
And the man said, "That's it! If you don’t stay away duck,  
     C                                F         G          
I’ll glue you to a tree and leave you there all day, stuck.
C                        F          G         C     F  
   So don’t get to close!"  The duck said, "Adios."
G                 C                F
Then he waddled away, waddle waddle.  
G                 C                        F
Then he waddled away, waddle waddle waddle.
G                 C                F
Then he waddled away, waddle waddle.
 G                 C
Till the very next day. Bum bum bum bum bum bah-dum.

[Verse 5]
         C                     F        G
When the duck walked up to the lemonade stand,
       C               F           G
And he said to the man that was running the stand,
C               F G         C          F  G        C
Hey, bum bum bum, got any glue?  What?    Got any, glue?
                 F     G 
No, why would I– Oh! Then one more question for you:
        C               F   G            C   F G
Got any grapes? Bum bum bum, bum bum bum.

            C                   F      G      C
And the man just stopped.  Then he started to smile.  Then he started to laugh.  
   F             G                   C                     F       G         
He laughed for a while. Then he said, “Come on duck, let’s walk to the store.  
     C                        F           G       C         G F
I’ll buy you some grapes so you won’t have to ask anymore.”

        C                           G               F        
So they walk to the store and the man bought some grapes.  
        C                             F   G          C       F G
He gave one to the duck and the duck said mmm... “No thanks”.

        C                      F G          C           F G
“But you know what sounds good?    It would make my day.
       C                 F G
Do you think this store, 
       C                 F G
Do you think this store, 
       C                 F G
Do you think this store…  
         G
has any… lemonade?”

G                 C                F
Then he waddled away, waddle waddle.  
G                 C                        F
Then he waddled away, waddle waddle waddle.
G                 C                F
Then he waddled away, waddle waddle.

            
            
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