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Connie Francis - Whare The Boys Are ukulele

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Where The Boys Are:Connie Francis.
#5 in UK and #4 in USA in 1960.
(This song is the original 78 RPM version
 on MGM Records. She did later versions in other keys.0

INTRO: D D7

#1.
G     Em      Bm        C       D         G   Em
Where.....the boys are, someone waits for me..
  C       D       G      Em         C#m
a smiling face, a warm embrace..two arms 
   F#            B   D7
to hold me tenderly.

#2.
G     Em      Bm        C       D         G  Em
Where.....the boys are, my true love will be.
C            D     G              Em
He's walking down, some street in town..
      C         D                 G  C G
and I know he's looking there for me.

CHORUS:
C      D          G       Em      C    D
In the crowd of a million people..I'll find 
        G    G7
my Valentine.
    C         D            G       Em
And then I'll climb to the highest steeple..
A            A7         Cm   D
and tell the world he's mine.

#3.
G    Em     Bm             C      Dm7      E7
Till.....he holds me, I'll wait impatient..ly.
          C                   Bm
Where the boys are, where the boys are..
          C         D                 G  D
where the boys are, someone waits for me.

OUTRO:
G#   Fm     Cm             C#     D#m7     F7
Till.....he holds me, I'll wait impatient..ly.
          C#                  Cm
Where the boys are, where the boys are..
          C#        D#                G#  Fm//// G#
where the boys are, someone waits for me.


A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.

            
            
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