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The Ugly Mrs Fen ukulele

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Written by D. Miller An amusing bouncy song, simple to play just using three chords. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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Whole song 70 bpm
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[Verse 1]

C                        F
One cold March morning I crossed Old Miller's Moor
G                             C
With me shepherd dog Clancey, on a distasteful chore.
C                               F
Me mother sent me out with some soup for Mrs. FeN
G                                   C
Who’s husband fell on his dicky and couldn't get up again.

[Verse 2] 

C                                 F
St. Patrick lead me to the gates, St. Peter let me in,
G                                   C
For I don't want to see the face of ugly Mrs. Fen
C                                               F
She comes from France, and she wears pants, and smells like fishermen
G                                 C
St. Patrick lead me to the gates, St. Peter let me in.

[Verse 3]

C                                  F
I knocked three times and Mrs. Fen opened up the door
G                     C
A nastier, ugly hag I had never seen before!
C                                           F
She had hairy moles and blackened teeth and weighed 900 pounds
G                                     C
Poor Clancey took one look at her and fell dead to the ground!

[Verse 4] 

C                                 F
St. Patrick lead me to the gates, St. Peter let me in,
G                                   C
For I don't want to see the face of ugly Mrs. Fen
C                                           F
She drinks from kegs, has hairy legs, and a hideous devil's grin!
G                                 C
St. Patrick lead me to the gates, St. Peter let me in.

[Verse 5]

C                                   F
She took the soup from my hands and bid me do come in,
G                                   C
"It might make me husband smile, if you paid your respects to him."
C                                  F
So I took off me cap and coat, and walked over to his bed..
G                                      C
He whispered to me, "Closer lad.." and this is what he said,

[Verse 6]

C                                 F
"St. Patrick lead me to the gates St. Peter let me in,
G                              C
For I can't stand another day, livin with Mrs. Fen!
C                                             F
Me outlook is iffy, I've naryastiffy since me drunken wedding, friend!
G                                C
St. Patrick lead me to the gates St. Peter let me in!"

[Verse 7]

C                              F
I felt so sorry for the man, I started in to cry,
G                        C
I reached into me pocket for me traveler o' Rye
C                                       F
We drank and we cried together till our eyes were red and sore!
G                                     C
We drank so much that we couldn't see her ugly face no more!

[Verse 8]

C                                 F
St. Patrick lead me to the gates, St. Peter let me in,
G                                   C
For I don't want to see the face of ugly Mrs. Fen
C                                 F
St. Patrick lead me to the gates, St. Peter let me in,
G                                   C
For I don't want to see the face of ugly Mrs. Fen

            
            
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