Ukulele Lady

Bing Crosby

Tom: G
G                  D7                    G            
I saw the splendor of the moonlight 
G     D#7 D7     G 
On Honolulu  Bay. 
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There something tender in the moonlight 
G     D#7 D7       G 
On Honolulu    Bay, 

Em 
 And all the beaches are full of peaches 
Bm 
 Who bring their ukes along, 
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 And in the glimmer of the moonlight 
                        A     A7    D     D7 
They love to  sing this song: 

G Bm Em D7 If you like-a Ukulele Lady G Bm Em D7 Ukulele Lady like-a you. Am D7 Am D7 If you like to linger where it's shady Am D7 G Ukulele Lady linger too. G Bm Em D7 If you kiss-a Ukulele Lady G Bm Em C While you promise ever to be true Am D7 Am D7 And she find another Ukulele Am D7 G Lady foolin with you, C C7 Maybe she'll sigh (or maybe not) G G7 Maybe she'll cry (an awful lot) A7 D Maybe she'll find somebody else D D7 By and by G Bm Em D7 To sing to when it's cool and shady G Bm Em C Where the tricky wickie wackies woo, Am D7 Am D7 If you like-a Ukulele Lady Am D7 G Ukulele Lady like-a you.
verse 2: G D7 G She used to sing to me by moonlight G D#7 D7 G On Honolulu Bay. G D7 G Fond mem cling to me by moonlight G D#7 D7 G Although I'm far away. Em Someday I'm going where eyes are glowing Bm And lips are made to kiss, G D7 G7 To see somebody in the moonlight A A7 D D7 And hear the song I miss: Chorus

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