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Surfer Joe ukulele

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Surfer Joe:The Surfaris.
Top of the charts in 1962 & '63.
B-side of the record was the instrumental, 
'Wipe Out.'

#1. (Capo 1st fret for original.)
F
Down in Doheny where the surfers all go,
          F
there's a big bleach blondie, named Surfer Joe.
     F
He's got a green surfboard and a Woody to match,
              G
and when he's ridin' the freeway's, 
                   F
man, is he hard to catch.

CHORUS:
F                                F
Surfer Joe..Now, look at him go..whoa..whoa..whoa,
                F
Surfer, Surfer, Surfer Joe-o-o..Go man go-o-o.
G              F          F   G
Oh-oh, oh, oh, oh, Surfer Joe.

#2.
F
I saw him one day flyin' down the road,
     F
with tenty-six surfboards and a hundred pound load.
  F
I knew where he was headin,' tryin' to reach..
    G                                 F
the playground of the surfers, Doheny Beach.

CHORUS:

#3.
F
He went down to Huntington Beach one week,
        F
for the annual surfer's convention meet.
F  
Hangin' five and walkin' the nose and when 
    G                             F
the meet was over, the trophy was Joe's.

CHORUS:

#4.
F
Surfer Joe joined Uncle Sam's Marines today,
     F
they stationed him at Pendleton, not far away.
     F
they cut off his big blonde locks, I'm told,
            G                              F
and when he went on manoeuvers, Joe caught cold.

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#5.
F
Now, no, that didn't stop him, or keep him away.
         F
When the surf was up, he still had his day.
     F
They caught him at the Trestle, down by the sea,
    G                        F   
and now, poor Joe is doin' K.P.

CHORUS:


A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.

            
            
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