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Mrs Vandebilt Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

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Mrs Vandebilt Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

Paul Mccartney
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Mrs Vandebilt
(Paul McCartney)


Am    E

Am
Down in the jungle living in a tent
    E
You don't use money you don't pay rent
You don't even know the time
              Am
But you don't mind.

       E
Ho Hey Ho
       Am
Ho Hey Ho
       E
Ho Hey Ho
       Am
Ho Hey Ho

                          E
When your light is on the blink
                        Am
You never think of worrying
E                      Am
What's the use of worrying?
                           E
When your bus has left the stop
                            Am
You'd better drop your hurrying
E                      Am    A
What's the use of hurrying

Dm         Dm/C    G
Leave me alone Mrs Vandebilt
         C                    Em
I've got plenty of time of my own

Dm    Am

E                      Am
What's the use of worrying?
E                      Am
What's the use of hurrying?
E                 (Bm)  Am
What's the use of any - thing`

       E
Ho Hey Ho
       Am
Ho Hey Ho
       E
Ho Hey Ho
       Am
Ho Hey Ho

          Am             E
When your pile is on the wane
                           Am
You don't complain of robery
E              Am
Run away don't bother me
E                     Am
What's the use of worrying?
E                 (Bm)  Am     A
What's the use of any - thing?

Dm         Dm/C    G
Leave me alone Mrs Washinton
         C                    Em
I've got plenty of time of my own

Dm    Am

E                      Am
What's the use of worrying?
E                      Am
What's the use of hurrying? (no use!)
E                     Am
What's the use of anything?

       E
Ho Hey Ho
       Am
Ho Hey Ho
       E
Ho Hey Ho
       Am
Ho Hey Ho .....
            
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