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Haley Bill And The Comets, See You Later Alligator Chords (ver.1)

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See You Later Alligator Chords (ver.1)

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                SEE YOU LATER ALLIGATOR
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performed by Bill Haley and the Comets

(high-pitched voice): See you later, alligator!

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Well, I saw my baby walkin' with another man today
                    G                          D
Yeah, I saw my baby walkin' with another man today
                             A7                                D
When I asked her "What's the matter?" this is what I heard her say:

CHORUS (same pattern as verses):
"See you later, alligator; after while, crocodile
See you later, alligator; after while, crocodile
Can't you see you're in my way now?  Don't you know you've hurt my style?"

Verse 2:
When I pondered what she told me, it nearly made me lose my head
When I pondered what she told me, it nearly made me lose my head
But the next time that I saw her reminded her of what she said

(chorus)

(instrumental; same pattern as everything else)

Verse 3:
She said "I'm sorry, pretty daddy.  You know my lovin's just for you"
She said "I'm sorry, pretty daddy.  You know my lovin's just for you
Won't you say that you'll forgive me and say your love for me is true?"

Verse 4:
I said "Wait a minute, gator; I know you mean it just for play"
I said "Wait a minute, gator; I know you mean it just for play
Don't you know you really hurt me, and this is what I have to say:"

(chorus)

"See you later, alligator; after while, crocodile
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See you later, alligator; so long,   that's all, goodbye!"
            
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