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A Little Polish ukulele

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The website of The Blancks a.k.a. Teds Band from Scrubs :  http://www.theblankswebsite.com/


When I put a "-", it means that the two chords should be played one beyond the 
other : for example, "D7 - D" means that you play one time down the D7 and quick after the D.

I, personally, mute some chords to be closer to the song (which is an acapella song...).

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         F               Am
A little polish on these old shoes
      F                  G
Whose leather time has abused
         F               Am
A little polish on these old shoes
               G     F     F
Will make'em shine like brand new


        F             Am
In the attic, in the half-light
     F                    F
This old suit don’t look so well (Well, and it smells)
       F            Am
On the collar is a little tear
      Dm7                   G7 -  G
Man, the stories this suit could tell
      F                   Am
But if you brush off the cobwebs
     F               G  -  F
This old suit still looks swell


       Am              Am
And it seems like only yesterday
          F                 F
When you walked on down the aisle
          Am               Am
With your corsage on your sweaty palm
      A7                Dm7
Your face in a feverish smile
      F            G
How I recall those memories



         F               Am
A little polish on these cufflinks
              F                      F
Yeah, they’re silver, no, they ain’t gold (No, they ain’t gold)
         F               Am
An inscription there in Latin
       Dm7               G7 - G
Whose meaning you never were told
           F              Am
But if you shine up those cufflinks
     F            G  - F
They never, ever look old


        Am                Am
And it seems like only yesterday
         F                 F
When you first put on that suit
       Am                      Am
With your slicked-back hair, your boutonniere
       A7                   Dm7
Man, the girls, they thought you looked cute
      F              G
How I recall those memories


         F               Am
A little polish on these old shoes
      F                  G
Whose leather time has abused
         F               Am
A little polish on these old shoes
               G     F     F
Will make'em shine like brand new

         F                F
A little polish is gonna make'em shine
G   Dm7    F
Like brand new

            
            
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