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D W Washburn ukulele

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE--------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the#
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research.#
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------#
                            "D. W. Washburn"
                     (Jerry Leiber / Mike Stoller)

Intro:

	(banjo w/acoustic guitar [2nd bar])

	 A
	 / / / /  / / / /

Verse 1:

	 A     F#7
	D. W. Washburn
	 B7                   E7
	I heard a sweet voice say
	 A     F#7
	D. W. Washburn
	 B7                E7
	This is your lucky day
	   D                   A
	A hot bowl of soup is waiting
	   D          A/C#        B7     E7   [2: to coda]
	A hot bowl of soup and a shave
	A     F#7
	D. W. Washburn
	B7        E7      A
	We picked you to save

Bridge A:

	 E7
	Can't you hear the fluegelhorn,
	 A
	Can't you hear the bell?
	 E7
	Even you can be reborn
	     A               A7
	You naughty neer-do-well
	        D                    A
	If you don't get outta that gutter
	   D       A/C#      B7   E7
	Before the next big rain
	A     F#7
	D. W. Washburn
	              B7         E7        A
	You're gonna wash right down the drain

Bridge B:

	C#7       [N.C.]
	Up!  Up!  C'mon, get up!
	F#m
	Get up off your street
	   B7
	If you can only make it from your hands to your knees
	   E7                           E+
	I know you can make it to your feet

Verse 2:

	D. W. Washburn
	I said to myself
	D. W. Washburn
	Why don't you go save somebody else?
	Well, I got no job to go to
	I don't work and I don't get paid

Coda:

	         A        A7/C#      D      D#dim [N.C.]
	I got a bottle of wine, I'm feelin' fine
	         B7     E7      A
	And I believe I got it made
	              D                  A
	I'd like to thank alla you good people
	     D    A/C#    B7   E7
	For coming to my aid
	          A     F#7
	But I'm   D. W. Washburn

	        B7        E7      A          F#7
	I do believe I've got it made (D. W. Washburn)
	        B7        E7      A                F#7
	I do believe I've got it made, don't need nobody
	                                    (D. W. Washburn)
	        B7        E7      A          F#7
	I do believe I've got it made (D. W. Washburn) [fade]


-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers
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