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Chris Ledoux, Copenhagen Chords (ver.1)

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Copenhagen Chords (ver.1)

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Below is the only LeDoux tune (a cool one though) that I have run
across on the net - I can't remember where though and I don't know who
to credit for it.  If I come across anything else, I'll let you know.

"Copenhagen"
Words & Music by Chris LeDoux

Chorus
D              G              D
Copenhagen it makes me feel so good.
D              E             A
Copenhagen the way I know it should.  I
D
put a little chew in my mouth,
   G
go spittin' and a-slobberin'

all around the house, that
D              A
Copenhagen, it makes me feel so good.

1.
  D
I took a chew just the other night-
   G               D
it made me feel so fine.

I Grabbed my honey baby
      E7                A
and I pinched her ol' behind.
               D
She said, "you better spit out that
D                       G
chewin' tobaccer if you wanna kiss

me on the big ol' smacker,
     D              A                D
that Copenhagen, it makes me feel so good.

CHORUS

2.
      D
I was sittin' in a bar room
      G             D
and I took a little dip--

Drinkin' beer & talkin'
      E7
but I had no place to spit.
     D                 D
So I spit a stream out on the floor,
         G
and that bouncer flung me out the door,
     D              A                D
that Copenhagen, it makes me feel so good.

CHORUS

Recitation

It's a cure all too-
it cures fits, warts, freckles, coughs,
colds, runny nose.
Guaranteed not to rip, run or snag.
Makes conception a wonder and
child birth a pleasure...
That's Copenhagen...
            
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