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Pat Boone, Speedy Gonzales Chords (ver.1)

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Speedy Gonzales Chords (ver.1)

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SPEEDY GONZALES
written by Kaye/Hill/Lee
performed by Pat Boone

It was a moonlight night in old Mexico
I walked along between some old adobe haciendas
Suddenly, I heard the plaintive cry of a young Mexican girl:

      A                     F#m
La la la, la la la la la la la
                  D
La la la la la la la
                  E7
La la la la la la la

                                  A
You'd better come home, Speedy Gonzales
                  F#m
Away from Cannery Row
              D
Stop all your drinkin'
                        E7
With that floozie named Flo
                      A
Come on home to your adobe
                         F#m
And slap some mud on the wall
                           D
The roof is leakin' like a strainer
E7                               A
  There's lots of roaches in the hall

CHORUS:
          D
Speedy Gonzales (Speedy Gonzales)
                   A
Why don't you come home?
          D
Speedy Gonzales (Speedy Gonzales)
                           E
How come you leave me all alone?

(Hey, Rosita! I have to go shopping downtown for my mother.  She needs some
   tortillas and chili peppers!)

La la la...

Verse 2:
Your dog is gonna have a puppy
And we're runnin' out of Coke
No enchiladas in the icebox
And the television's broke
I saw some lipstick on your sweatshirt
I smell some perfume in your ear
Well, if you're gonna keep a-messin'
Don't bring your business back-a here

(chorus)

(Hey, Rosita, come quick! Down at the Cantina they've got some green stamps
   with tequila!)

(repeat "la la la..." and fade)
            
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