This is one of my favourite swing dancing songs, it's dirty as hell if you know '20s slang and it's super simple. I play this on the guitar and on the ukelele - you only have to remember the chord patterns for each. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tniL2N4294o The key is to down-strum on all the even beats of the 8-counted bar (ie. 2, 4, 6, 8) so in the first line & bar that'd be the word "like", the pause after "pie", the word "like", the pause after "cake" and so on. These guys leave off the very first strum of the whole song and hit the second Db for effect, but you get the idea. The chord progression is the same throughout the song: Db Db7 F# (F#) Db Bb7 Eb7 Ab/Eb Db Db7 F# (F#) Db Ab/Eb Db Db Db7 (Db7) F# (F#) (F#) (F#) I like pie, I like cake, I like anything you make Db Bb7 Eb7 Ab/Eb I like your crackers too, crumbled up in chicken stew Db Db7 F# When I see your jelly rolls, then I loose my self control Db Ab/Eb Db But of all these things I like you best the most. That's it! If you listen to the clip above in YouTube you'll hear the chords are actually a little more complex (there's some variation to keep the song interesting) but these are root chords and will get you through in tune!