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Tennessee Birdwalk ukulele

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Tennessee Birdwalk:Nancy Sinatra(And Lee Hazelwood.)
Album - Nancy And Lee - 1968.

#1.
C
Take away the trees and the birds

all have to sit upon the ground, uum.

Take away their wings and
                                   G
the birds will have to walk to get around.
    C
And take away the bird baths,
                                  F
and dirty birds will soon be everywhere.
D
Take away their feathers and
                                   G
the birds will walk around in underwear.

#2.
C
Take away their chirp and the

birds will have to whisper when they sing.

And take away their common sense and
                                   G
they'll be headed southward in the spring.

CHORUS:
C
Oh, remember me my darling, when spring is in the air,
        F
and the bald headed birds are whispering everywhere.
        G
You can see them walking southward in their dirty underwear,
                   C
it's the Tennessee Bird walk.

#3.
C
How about some trees so the birds won't have to sit upon 

the ground? uum.

How about some wings so the birds won't have to walk
       G
to get around.
        C 
And how about a bird bath or two so the birds will 
       F
all be clean?
    D
How about some feathers so their underwear no longer 
       G
can be seen?
C
How about a chirp so the birds won't have to whisper 

when they sing.
                  
And how about some common sense so they won't be blocking 
               G
traffic in the spring?

CHORUS:
C
Oh, remember me my darling, when spring is in the air,
        F
and the bald headed birds are whispering everywhere.
        G
You can see them walking southward in their dirty underwear,
                   C
it's the Tennessee Bird walk. (Last line x3.)



A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.

            
            
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