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Brett Domino - Gillian Mckeith ukulele

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Artist: Brett Domino
Song:Domino's Gillian McKeith Song
Brett Domino's Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/brettdomino
Tabbed by:Jack Sharp
Tuning:Standard
So I know this song is really more of a parody then an actual song but I really 
like it and i'm guessing alot of people out there would like to know how to play 
it so here it is :) All credit goes to Brett Domino for writing this hilarious song. 

Intro: A - Asus4 - A F#m E x2

1st Verse:

A             E      F#m                   D          E
Oh Gillian McKeith, what are you doing on 'I'm a Celebrity'? 

A                      E              F#m                              D 
I sit and watch in disbelief, as you're passing out on the ground every 
          E
night on ITV. 

A (strum once for this line)        E            F#m           D
Well Gilly used to say she's a doctor, but she doesn't have a PHD,

     A                       E                   F#m       
And apparently now she's a celebrity, but she's never been in Heat 
     D
magazine. 

      A                           E    
Well clearly I'm wrong, as either way she's in the Jungle, 
      F#m                           D                           E  
But recently poor Gillian, she's been having a bit of trouble. 

Chorus:

    A                         E
Oh Gilly, why've you been so silly? 
     F#m                       D
I wouldn't have a balti if I didn't like chilli, 
   C#7                          D                        
So why d'ya go and do it? Everybody must have told ya,
C#7                                  D      
Don't go on that programme if you've got all kinds of phobias.
A        E                  F#m             D
Oh Mrs McKeith, you're not gonna get any relief, 
           C#7                         D
'Cause the public seem to like causing grief, 
       C#7                      D - E
So the fainting's only going to increase.

2nd Verse: 

 A                        E  
Maybe it's because you lied about your doctorate, 
 F#m                      D
Maybe it's because you don't like eating chocolate, 
 A                         E
Maybe it's because of your obsession with poo, 
 F#m                          D
Maybe it's because you look a bit like a goose. 

 A                          E                  
Maybe it's because you're pissing people off, 
    F#m                       D
Pretending to fall over every time you see a wasp.
   C#7                            D
I don't deny it must be hard, the tasks they do look tricky, 
    C#7                                 D              E
But can't you tackle them a bit more like that Linford Christie?

2nd Chorus:
A          E
Oh Gilly, why've you been so silly? 
   F#m                       D
I wouldn't have a balti if I didn't like chilli,
   C#7                            D
So why d'ya go and do it? Surely everybody told you,
C#7                                  D
Don't go on that programme if you've got arachnophobia. 
A           E             
Oh Gillian, why're you such a silly'un? 
F#m                              D
First of all you must be getting paid about a million, 
    C#7                                        D
You must have seen the show before - with your eyes so reptilian,
    C#7                             D                A
So I've no sympathy you've made yourself into a villain. 
. . . . . . 
D   A
Oh Gillian (McKeith).
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