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Arthurs Farm Chords

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(intro B G#m E F# x4)
B                G#m                        E                  F#
Arthur Askey and Douggie-Wouggie Bader went down to the animal farm
B                             G#m
Douggie bored a boar with his stories from the war
      E                             F#
And explained about the boil on his palm.
  B                         G#m
Napoleon, very pink offered both of them a drink
      E                       F#
And a drink and a drink and a drink.
B                               G#m
Come the hour of four they were legless to be sure
    E                          F#7
Not one of them had even had a wink of sleep.
    B                 E            F#
And everybody sang as loud as they could
B                 E         F#
'Two legs bad but four legs good'
B                       E        F#       B G#m E F# (x2)
This made the boys feel pretty oppressed.
B                         G#m
Came the new realm it was A A at the helm
      E                                  F#
While Douggers played 'Luftwaffe' on the roofs.
      B                        G#m
After amputating limbs all the others wrote new hymns
      E                          F#
And a signpost said 'Second Hand Hooves'.
B                       G#m
Years passed by, double grazing in the sty
       E                        F#
It was good but it was total apathy.
     B                           G#m
Everybody arsed around and that 'beasts of England' sound
         E                      F#7
Had been ruined by a busy, busy bee.
    B                          E           F#
And chants were heard from the East to the West
B                   E       F#
'Four legs good but no legs best'
B          E         F#7    B  F#7
Invalidity reigned supreme.
    B                          E           F#
And chants were heard from the East to the West
B                   E       F#
'Four legs good but no legs best'
B                      E         F#    B G#m E F# (x4) F#7
One time visitors were now the regime.
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