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Flash Bang Wallop chords

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From the 1963 musical Half a Sixpence but failed to chart in the UK.
Two key changes (which can be omitted for an easy sing along?).

Verse 1
G                                                      D
All lined up in a wedding group 'ere we are for a photograph
                                                              G
We're all dressed up in a morning suit all trying hard not to laugh
          A             D                 A              D
Since the early caveman in his fur took a trip to Gretna Green
        A                D              A              D     
There's always been a photographer to record the 'appy scene

Chorus 
G
'Old it flash bang wallop what a picture
D              G
What a picture what a photograph
D             G
Poor old soul blimey what a joke
A                  D
Hat blown off in a cloud of smoke
      G    D              G                       D
Clap 'ands stamp yer feet bangin' on the big bass drum 
G              D              G                 D
What a picture what a picture rum tiddly um pum um pum pum
G                       D G
Stick it in your fam'ly album 

Verse 2
G                                                    D
The same thing 'appened long ago when man was in his prime
                                                            G
And what went on we only know from the snaps he took at the time
     A                     D               A            D
When Adam and Eve in their birthday suit decided to get wed
   A                 D                   A                   D 
As Adam was about to taste the fruit the man with the cam'ra said 
 
Chorus 
G
'Old it flash bang wallop what a picture
D              G
What a picture what a photograph
D            G
Poor old Eve there with nothing on
A                    D
Face all red and 'er fig leaf gone
      G    D              G                       D
Clap 'ands stamp yer feet bangin' on the big bass drum 
G              D              G                 D
What a picture what a picture rum tiddly um pum um pum pum
G                       D G
Stick it in your fam'ly album 

Key change up 1/2 tone

Verse 3
       G#                                             D#
You've read it in a folio or seen it in a Shakespeare play
                                                G#
How Juliet fell for Romeo in the merry month of May
    A#                D#              A#             D#
And as 'e climbed the orchard wall to reach 'is lady fair
A#                  D#                A#                    D#  
As he tumbled she began to bawl as he travelled through the air 
 
Chorus 
G#
'Old it flash bang wallop what a picture
D#             G#
What a picture what a photograph
D#              G#
Poor young chap what a night 'e spent
A#                      D#
Tights all torn and 'is rapier bent
     G#    D#             G#                      D#
Clap 'ands stamp yer feet bangin' on the big bass drum 
G#             D#             G#                D#
What a picture what a picture rum tiddly um pum um pum pum
G#                      D# G#
Stick it in your fam'ly al-bum 

Verse 4 
G#                                                       D#
King 'Enry the Eighth had several wives including Anne Boleyn
                                                          G#
And he kept an album of their lives with all their photos in
   A#              D#                   A#               D#
As Anne Boleyn was on her knees dressed in her very best frock
     A#            D#                       A#                  D#
King 'Enry shouted smile dear please as 'er 'ead rolled off the block
             
Chorus 
G#
'Old it flash bang wallop what a picture
D#             G#
What a picture what a photograph
D#              G#
Comes the print in a little while
A#                    D#
Lost 'er 'ead but she kept 'er smile
     G#    D#             G#                      D#
Clap 'ands stamp yer feet bangin' on the big bass drum 
G#             D#             G#                D#
What a picture what a picture rum tiddly um pum um pum pum
G#                      D# G#
Stick it in your fam'ly al-bum 

Key change up 1/2 tone

Verse 5
     A                                                     E
When Napoleon married Josephine there was just the same to do
                                                             A
He galloped home from the battle scene all the way from Waterloo
    B               E                    B                 E
And as he came from orf 'is 'orse to the boudoir where she sat
    B              E                      B                      E
She said to 'im in French of course as he took of his big cocked 'at
 
Chorus
A
'Old it flash bang wallop what a picture
E              A
What a picture what a photograph
E             A
There she was with a big Hussar
B                    E
All caught up in 'er oo la la
     A     E              A                       E
Clap 'ands stamp yer feet bangin' on the big bass drum 
A              E              A                 E
What a picture what a picture rum tiddly um pum um pum pum
A                       E  A
Stick it in your fam'ly al-bum 
A                               
Stick it in your fam'ly stick it in your fam'ly
A                                      E  A
Stick it in your fam'ly in your fam'ly al-bum 
 
    

            
            
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