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Snooker Loopy Chords

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...SNOOKER LOOPY... by Chas & Dave
-------------------...............

*Released 1986*


Intro:

G  C  D  G

Chorus 1:

G               C            D7             G
 Snooker Loopy, nuts are we; me and him and them and me.
G                    C                 D7                  G
 We'll show you what we can do, with a load of balls and a snooker cue.
G                  C
 Pot the reds then, screw back,
        D7                          G
For the yellow, green, brown, blue, pink and black.
G               C           D7                      G
 Snooker Loopy, nuts are we; we're all snooker, loo-py.

Verse 1:

    G                               D7           G
Now ol' Milo, as we all know's, got loadsa dappa suits.
                                               D7          G
London bred and he keeps his head 'though he's got Italian roots.
  A                                 E                   A
E-motional, but he keeps his cool, 'till he reaches the finals.
    Bm                                       F#             Bm  D
And whether he wins, or whether he don't, "I always bite me eye-balls".

Verse 2:

    G                               D7               G
Now our friend Den; hours he spent, down the snooker hall.
On the old green baize, his mates seem amazed,
       D7                    G
At his skills with a snooker ball.

    A                                   E                 A
And them long shots, he never ever got, why? the old mind boggles.
    Bm                          F#               Bm  D
But nowadays, he pots the lot, "cos I wear these gog-gles".

Chorus 2:

G               C            D7             G
 Snooker Loopy, nuts are we; me and him and them and me.
G                    C                 D7                  G
 We'll show you what we can do, with a load of balls and a snooker cue.
G                  C
 Pot the reds then, screw back,
        D7                          G
For the yellow, green, brown, blue, pink and black.
G               C           D7                      G
 Snooker Loopy, nuts are we; we're all snooker, loo-py.

Verse 3:

    G                                          D7                     G
Now Terry the taff, was born in a gaff, in the valleys of the land of song.
                                    D7              G
And as the reds, he puts to bed, he likes to sing a-long.
    A                                      E            A
And if I win, he says with a grin; "it can only help me can't it?"
     Bm                                       F#m             Bm  D
I'll celebrate; I'll buy another eight, "hair-brushes, for me bar-net".

Verse 4:

    G                                              D7                 G
Now old Willy Thorne; his hair's all gone, and his mates all take the rise.
                                                 D7            G
His opponent said; "cover up his head, 'cos it's shining in my eyes".

         A
When the light shines down, on his bare crown,
       E                A
It's a cert, he's gonna walk it,
     Bm
It's just not fair giving off that glare;
     F#m             Bm    D
"Per-haps I ought to chalk it".

Chorus 3:

G               C            D7             G
 Snooker Loopy, nuts are we; me and him and them and me.
G                    C                 D7                  G
 We'll show you what we can do, with a load of balls and a snooker cue.
G                  C
 Pot the reds then, screw back,
        D7                          G
For the yellow, green, brown, blue, pink and black.
G               C           D7                      G
 Snooker Loopy, nuts are we; we're all snooker, loo-py.

Verse 5:

    G                                   D7                  G
Now Steve last year, come very near, to winning the snooker crown.
But he never got to put it on his ginger nut,
         D7                     G
'Cos the black ball wouldn't go down.

    A
His manager of all, said; "Sod that ball",
       E                   A
But it helped him make his mind up.
    Bm
Now he don't care who wins this year;
           F#m                Bm     D
"'Cos he's got the rest of us signed up".

Chorus 4:

G               C            D7             G
 Snooker Loopy, nuts are we; me and him and them and me.
G                    C                 D7                  G
 We'll show you what we can do, with a load of balls and a snooker cue.
G                  C
 Pot the reds then, screw back,
        D7                          G
For the yellow, green, brown, blue, pink and black.
G               C           D7                      G
 Snooker Loopy, nuts are we; we're all snooker, loo-py.

Chorus 5:

G               C            D7             G
 Snooker Loopy, nuts are we; me and him and them and me.
G                    C                 D7                  G
 We'll show you what we can do, with a load of balls and a snooker cue.
G                  C
 Pot the reds then, screw back,
        D7                          G
For the yellow, green, brown, blue, pink and black.
G               C           D7                      G
 Snooker Loopy, nuts are we; we're all snooker, loo-py.

Coda:

G               C           D7                      G
 Snooker Loopy, nuts are we; we're all snooker, loo-py.
G               C           D7                      G
 Snooker Loopy, nuts are we; we're all snooker, loo-py.

Outro:

G  C  D  G


CHORD DIAGRAMS:
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   G       C       D       D7      A       E       Bm      F#m

 EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE
 320003  x32010  xx0232  xx0212  x02220  022100  x24432  244222


Tabbed by Joel from cLuMsY, Bristol, England, 2006 (clumsyband@hotmail.com)
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