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Larry Williams - Short Fat Fannie ukulele

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Short Fat Fannie:Larry Williams.
#2 on R&B charts and #5 on Rock charts in 1957.

INTRO: (Singer whistling) G C D7

#1.
C
I was slippin' and a slidin' with Long Tall Sally,
G
Peepin' and a-hidin' duckin' back in the alley.
C
Don't wanna Rip It Up, don't wanna dance with Annie,
        A                     D7
I got a brand new lover named Short Fat Fannie.

#2.
G
One day while I was busy in the Heartbreak Hotel.

That's where I met Fannie and she sure looked swell.
  C
I told her that I loved her, I'd never leave her..
D7
She put her arms around me..gave me Fever.

CHORUS:
C
She's my Tutti-Fruitti, I love the child so..
    G
she watch me like a Hound Dog everywhere I go.
    C
Whenever I'm around I'm on my P's and Q's..
A                    D7
She might step on my Blue Suede Shoes.

#3.
G
Well, at a honky-tonk party just the other night,

Fannie got jealous and she started a fight.
        C
Because I was dancin' with Mary Lou,
A                              D7
I had to call Jim Dandy to the rescue.

#4.
G
Short Fat Fannie she's my heart's desire.

Short Fat Fannie sets my soul on fire.
   C
On Monday we were married on Blueberry Hill,
D7
now we're so happy and I love her still.

CHORUS:
C
She's my big bad Tutti-Fruitti, I love the child so..
    G
she watch me like a Hound Dog everywhere I go.
    C
Whenever I'm around I'm on my P's and Q's..
A                    D7
She might step on my Blue Suede Shoes.

#5.
G
Well, at a honky-tonk party just the other night,

Fannie got jealous and she started a fight.
  C
Because I was dancin' with Mary Lou,
         A                     D7
I had to call Jim Dandy to the rescue.

#6.
C
Short Fat Fannie is my heart's desire..
G
Got the kind of lovin' sets my soul on fire.
C
Short Fat Fannie, well I love her so,
A          D7            C      G
I'll never let Short Fat Fannie Go.


A fifties smash from Kraziekhat.
 





            
            
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