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Warewolves Of London Chords (ver.1)

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Warewolves Of London Chords (ver.1)

Warren Zevon
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                Werewolves of London by Warren Zevon 1978

D D (quarter note, half note, then a quarter rest), C C (quarter note, half note, 
then a quarter rest), G G C G (the rest quarter notes with no rests), G G G G, 
throughout the song. Listen to the song for the rhythm. Start singing on the first 
C note. The same throughout the song.

D D	
C C       G     G     C        G           G      G   G   G
I saw a werewolf with a Chinese menu in his hand;
D D	
C C       G     G     C        G           G      G   G   G
Walking through the streets of Soho in the rain.
D D	
C C       G     G     C        G           G      G   G   G
He was looking for a place called Lee Ho Fook’s;
D D	
C C       G     G     C        G           G      G   G   G, etc.
Going to get himself a big dish of beef chow mein.

Chorus:
Awoo …… werewolves of London.
Awoo………………………………
Awoo …… werewolves of London.
Awoo………………………………

If you hear him howling around your kitchen door.
Better not let him in.
Little old lady got mutilated late last night.
Werewolves of London again.

Chorus, then solo.

He is the hairy-handed gent who ran amok in Kent.
Lately he’s been overheard in Mayfair.
Better stay away from him.
He’ll rip your lungs out, Jim.
I’d like to meet his tailor.		

Chorus.

Well, I saw Lon Chaney walking with the Queen.
Doing the werewolves of London.
Well, I saw Lon Chaney Junior walking with the Queen.
Doing the werewolves of London.
I saw a werewolf drinking a Pina Colada at Trader Vic’s.
	His hair was perfect!				YIP!

Chorus with variations.
						Draw blood.
            
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