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Makin whoopi(ver.2) ukulele

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Makin whoopi(ver.2)

Intro:  / C - Am - / Dm - G - / x2 
 
  
 
                C () A ()             F () G ()       C ()  C7 ()      F ()  Dm () 
 
Another bride,    another June,    another sunny    honeymoon, 
 
                 E7 ()  A7 ()       D7 () G7 ()            C () Am () Dm () G () 
 
another season,    another reason    for makin? whoopie. 
 
  
 
               C () A ()      F () G ()                 C ()  C7 ()            F ()  Dm () 
 
A lot of shoes,   a lot of rice,   the groom is nervous, he answers twice, 
 
               E7 ()  A7 ()       D7 () G7 ()               C () F () C () G () 
 
it?s really killing,   that he?s so willing,    to makin? whoopie. 
 
  
 
Bbm                       F           Bbm                           C 
 
Now picture a little lovenest down where the roses cling, 
 
Bbm                              F         Bbm                             G7 
 
picture the same sweet lovenest, think what a year can bring. 
 
  
 
                      C () A ()           F () G ()            C ()  C7 ()         F () Dm () 
 
He?s washing dishes and baby clothes, he?s so ambitious, he even sews. 
 
                     E7 ()  A7 ()                    D7 () G7 ()                  
 
But don?t forget, folks,  that?s what you get, folks, from makin?  
 
      C () Am () Dm () G () 
 
whoopie. 
 
  
 
Instrumental Verse 
 
  
 
              C () A ()       F () G ()                C ()  C7 ()                    F ()  Dm () 
 
Another year,   maybe less,     what?s this I hear?     Well, can?t you guess ?  
 
                   E7 ()  A7 ()              D7 () G7 ()              C () Am () Dm () G () 
 
She feels neglected    and he?s suspected      of makin? whoopie. 
 
  
 
               C () A ()               F () G ()                C ()  C7 ()          F ()  Dm () 
 
She sits alone     most every night,   he doesn?t phone,   he doesn?t write,  
 
                   E7 () A7 ()                D7 () G7 ()                
 
he says he?s busy,    but she says, ?Busy?       He?s makin?  
 
      C () Am () Dm () G () 
 
whoopie.? 
 
  
 
Bbm                                      F     Bbm                         C 
 
Now he doesn?t make much money, only five thousand buck, 
 
Bbm                                      F           Bbm                     G7 
 
some judge, who thinks he?s funny, says. ?You pay six to her!? 
 
  
 
                            C () A ()             F () G ()               C ()  C7 ()      F ()  Dm () 
 
He says, ?Now Judge,  suppose I fail ??  Judge says, ?Budge right into jail!     
 
                  E7 ()  A7 ()              D7 () G7 ()               C () Am () Dm () G () 
 
You better keep her,   I think it?s cheaper   than makin? whoopie. 
 
  
 
C () Am () Dm () G ()     (progression x2)       End on C 
 
  
 
  
 
 
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