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Joe Jackson - Is She Really Going Out With Him? Ukulele

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Is She Really Going Out With Him? Ukulele

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Joe Jackson

Joe Jackson, 1978

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Pretty women out walking with gorillas down my street.
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Bb          F
Look over there! (Where?)
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There's a lady that I used to know.
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She's married now, or engaged, or something, so I am told.

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Is she really going out with him?
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Is she really gonna take him home tonight?
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Is she really going out with him?
'Cause if my eyes don't deceive me,
         F                            Bb
There's something going wrong around here.

Tonight's the night when I go to all the parties down my street.
I wash my hair and I kid myself I look real smooth.
Look over there! (Where?)
Here comes Jeanie with her new boyfriend.
They say that looks don't count for much.
If so, there goes your proof.


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But if looks could kill, there's a man there who's more down as dead.
                    Eb            F7sus          G7sus         Dm7
'Cause I've had my fill, "Listen you, take your hands off her head!"
          Eb               F7sus  G7sus     F7sus  G7sus F7sus
I get so mean around this scene!  Hey, hey, hey.

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and out

Roy M. Randall, FG             |
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