Frank Sinatra

The Lady Is A Tramp chords

Frank Sinatra

Album:The Classic Tracks

Year:1993

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The Lady Is A Tramp

   C            Cm7         Dm7        G7  
She gets too hungry for dinner at eight;  
  
C             Cm7          Dm7          G7  
She likes the theater, but never comes late.  
  
C          CM7         C9           F  Fm  
She never bothers with people she hates,  
  
C      C/B      F   G7     C   Am  G#7  G7        
That's why the lady is a tramp.  
  
  
     C          Cm7             Dm7         G7  
She don't go to crap games with Barons and Earls,  
  
C            Cm7       Dm7       G7  
Won't go to Harlem in ermine and pearls,  
  
C              Cm7        C9          F  Fm  
Won't dish the dirt like some of the girls --  
  
C      C/B      F   G7      C    C7  
That's why the lady is a tramp.  
  
  
Bridge:  
  
  
               Fm7   G7    Em7         Am  
She likes the free, fresh wind in her hair  
  
Dm7            G   C         A7   D7      G7  
Life without care;   she's broke,   it's oke.  
  
  
C           Cm7             Dm7            E7  
Hates Cal-i-for - nia, it's cold and it's damp --  
  
Am     Am7     D7   G7     C     Am   D7   G7  
That's why the lady is a tramp.  
  
  
(Last time)  
  
  
C           Cm7             Dm7            E7  
Hates Cal-i-for - nia, it's cold and it's damp --  
  
Am7              D7  G       Bm7/5-     E7  
That's why the lady,   that's why the lady,  
  
Am                D7  Fdim G   C  
  That's why the lady  is  a tramp.  
  

 
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