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Dancing Shoes Chords

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intro:    A F#m A F#m


A                      F#m
You must have heard of little bo-peep
A                     F#m  
She was the girl with all the sheep
D                       
Well one day it’s sad to say
E
Her sheep all ran away
A                  F#m  
She was lonely and she was blue
A           F#m
She was sad and crying too
D             
So I told her what to do
E             
I said put on your dancing shoes

A      F#m
Put on your dancing shoes (x3)
D                   E
And dance away your blues


A F#m A F#m


A                F#m
A friend of mine had an accident
A                F#m
Laughed so hard off the wall he went
D
Humpty Dumpty was his name
E
I guess you have heard the same
A
He was lying on the ground
F#m
Bits and pieces all around
D
So I told him what to do
A
I said put on your dancing shoes


A      F#m
Put on your dancing shoes (x3)
D                   E
And dance away your blues


A F#m A F#m


A                      F#m
You must have heard of Jack & Jill
A                      F#m
They’re the ones who went up the hill
D
Jack fell down and broke his crown
E
And Jill came tumbling after
A                        
What a noise their crying made
F#m
It was a ringing through the glades
D
So I told them what to do
E
And i changed their tears to laughter


A      F#m
Put on your dancing shoes (x3)
D                   E
And dance away your blues

outro: 
A      F#m
Put on your dancing shoes (x3)
A   F#m
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