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The Diary Of Horace Wimp chords

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A#
Monday: Late again, today,
                               Gm         F
he'd be in trouble though he'd say he was sorry,
Gm           F             A#       D#
he'd have to hurry out the bus.
        A#
Tuesday: Horace was so sad,
                           Gm       F
he'd never had a girl that he could care for,
Gm            F                      A#      D#
and if he was late once more, he'd be out.
   A#           D#     A#                 D#
   Don't be afraid, just knock on the door,
        A#                    D#       
   Well he just stood there mumblin' and fumblin'.
   A#                  D#
   Then a voice from above said—
      A#                G#
    "Horace Wimp, this is your life,
       Gm               F#
     Go out and find yourself a wife.
     A#               G#
     Make a stand and be a man,
       Gm              F#
     And you will have a great life plan."
        A#     G#   Gm   F#
You can do it
          A#   G#   Gm   F#
Come on Horace
         A#
Wednesday: Horace met a girl, 
                          Gm    F
she was small and she was very pretty,
Gm            F                  A#         D#
he thought he was in love, he was afraid.
       A# 
Thursday: Asks her for a date, 
                            Gm    F
the cafe down the street tomorrow evening,
Gm            F                    A#      D#
his head was reeling, when she said "Yes O.K."
A#              D#     A#                 D#
   Don't be afraid, just knock on the door,
        A#                    D#       
   Well he just stood there mumblin' and fumblin'.
   A#                  D#
   Then a voice from above said—
      A#                G#
    "Horace Wimp, this is your life,
       Gm               F#
     Go out and find yourself a wife.
     A#               G#
     Make a stand and be a man,
       Gm              F#
     And you will have a great life plan."
        A#     G#   Gm   F#
You can do it
          A#   G#   Gm   F#
Come on Horace
   A#                  
Friday: Horace, this is it, 
                           Gm        F
he asks the girl if maybe they could marry,

Gm              F             A#         D#
when she says "gladly." Horace cries.
      A#  
Sunday: Everybody's at the church,
                          Gm                 F  
when Horace rushes in and says "Now here come my wife,
Gm             F                 A#    D#
for the rest of my life." and she did.
   
A#              D#     A#                 D#
   Don't be afraid, just knock on the door,
        A#                    D#       
   Well he just stood there mumblin' and fumblin'.
   A#                  D#
   Then a voice from above said—
      A#                G#
    "Horace Wimp, this is your life,
       Gm               F#
     Go out and find yourself a wife.
     A#               G#
     Make a stand and be a man,
       Gm              F#
     And you will have a great life plan."
        A#     G#   Gm   F#
Horace Wimp
 A#             G#             Gm                         F#
Horace Horace Horace Horace Horace Horace Horace Horace Horace Horace Horace Horace
A#       G#       Gm        F#        A#     G#      Gm    F#
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Sunday Monday Tuesday 
 A#          G#        Gm   F#
Wednesday Thursday Friday Sunday
A#       G#       Gm        F#        A#     G#      Gm    F#
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Sunday Monday Tuesday 
 A#          G#        Gm   F#
Wednesday Thursday Friday Sunday

            
            
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superbicidan1 74 Aug 10, 2016 04:51 PM

I must raise a remark. According to music theory, there is no such thing as A#,G# or D# chord; only Bb, Ab and Eb.

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