Two-Chord Song Jam. Wednesday 7th March Beginner s Workshop 7-8 pm $15 adult. $5 child. Jam Session 8-10 pm FREE

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UKULELE​ ​JAM​ ​IN HISTORIC LOWER MILLS​ --------->​ Fourth​ Theme​ < ----------     

Two-Chord ​Song​ ​Jam Wednesday 7th March 2018 Beginner’s Workshop 7 - 8 pm $15 adult. $5 child. Jam Session 8 - 10 pm ​FREE Walter Baker Artist Lofts 1231 Adams Street, Boston, MA 02124 Common Room (knock on the windows on right hand side of front entrance or inner front door) Free parking on nearby streets after 6 pm Nearest metro: ​Milton T (red line to Ashmont & then trolley)

Line-Up (by groups)

Children’s Songs & Nursery Rhymes (alphabetical order) ● Hokey Pokey (Play School) ● How Much Is That Doggie in the Window​: C & G7 ● Hush Little Baby ● Itsy Bitsy Spider ● London Bridge is Falling Down ● Mary Has a Little Lamb ● Row, Row, Row Your Boat ● Skip to My Lou ● The Wheels on a Bus ● Three Blind Mice

I & V7 songs [can also be I & V] ● He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands​: C & G7 ● Clementine​: F & C7 ● Jambalaya​: C & G7 ● Day-O a.k.a. Banana Boat Song​ (Treehouse Kids): F & C7 ● Iko Iko​: C & G7 ● Achy Breaky Heart​ (Bill Ray Cyrus): F & C ● Tulsa Time​ (Bill Ray Cyrus): C & G7 ● Deep in the Heart of Texas​: F & C ● Okie from Muskogee​: C & G ● Waltz Across Texas​ (Willie Nelson): G & D7 ● Paperback Writer​: C & G7 ● You Can Never Tell​: C & G7

Others ● Eleanor Rigby​: C & Em (Key of Em: i & VI) - instrumental riff for guitar & uke

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How Much Is That Doggie In The Window (Patti Page) NOTE:

INTRO:

C G7

C

Time signature

G7

3/4 time

C G7 CHORUS: How much is that doggie in the window (woof woof), C The one with the waggley tail, G7 How much is that doggie in the window (woof woof) C G7 I do hope that doggie's for sale.

C

C G7 I must take a trip to Cali-forn-ia,

G7

C And leave my poor sweetheart alone, G7 If she has a dog, she won't be lonesome, C G7 And the doggie will have a good home. CHORUS:

You can also play this song using the following pair of chords:

C G7 I read in the papers there are robbers, C With flashlights that shine in the dark, G7 My love needs a doggie to protect her, C G7 And scare them away with one bark.

D

and A7

F

and C7

G

and D7

A

and E7

CHORUS: C G7 I don't want a bunny or a kitty, C I don't want a parrot that talks, G7 I don't want a bowl of little fishes, C G7 You can't take a goldfish for walks. REPEAT CHORUS: ( X2 ) AND FINISH WITH: C / G7 I do hope that doggie's for sale. Gloucester Strings Ukulele Club Songs

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(Issue 2)

He's Got The Whole World In His Hands Intro: C

G7

C

G7

C He's got the whole world in his hands G7 He's got the whole wide world in his hands C He's got the whole world in his hands G7 C G7 He's got the whole world in his hands

C

G7

C He's got the sun and the moon in his hands G7 He's got the sun and the moon in his hands C He's got the sun and the moon in his hands G7 C G7 He's got the whole world in his hands

You can also play this song using the following chords:

C He's got the wind and the rain in his hands, G7 He's got the wind and the rain in his hands, C He's got the wind and the rain in his hands, G7 C G7 He's got the whole world in his hands

D

and A7

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and C7

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and D7

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and E7

C He's got you and me brother in his hands, G7 He's got you and me brother in his hands, C He's got you and me brother in his hands, G7 C G7 He's got the whole world in his hands C He's got the whole world in his hands G7 He's got the whole wide world in his hands C He's got the whole world in his hands G7 C G7 He's got the whole world in his hands Gloucester Strings Ukulele Club Songs

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(Issue 1)

CLEMENTINE –THE WHOLE STORY in F 3/4

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In a cavern, in a canyon, excavating for a mine

Dwelt a miner, forty-niner, and his daughter, Clemen-tine. CHORUS:

Oh, my darling, oh, my darling, oh, my darling, Clemen-tine

You are lost and gone for-ever, dreadful sorry, Clemen-tine.

F C7 Light she was, and like a fairy, and her shoes were number nine. F C7 F Herring boxes without topses, sandals were for Clementine. CHORUS F C7 Drove she ducklings to the water every morning just at nine F C7 F Hit her foot against a splinter, fell into the foaming brine. CHORUS F C7 Ruby lips above the water blowing bubbles soft and fine F C7 F As for me, I was no swimmer and I lost my Clementine CHORUS F C7 How I missed her, how I missed her, how I missed my Clementine. F C7 F Then I kissed her little sister and forgot dear Clementine CHORUS

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Chart #083

Jambalaya Key of C

by Hank Williams Sr. 1952 C

G7 







Intro

| G7 | G7 | C | C Verse 1 (First notes - E - G - A)

| C | C | G7 | G7 Goodbye Joe, me got - ta go, me oh, my oh..., | G7 | G7 | C | C me got - ta go pole the pirogue, down the bayou... | C | C | G7 | G7 my Y - vonne, the sweetest one, me oh, my oh..., | G7 | G7 | C | C son - of - a - gun, we'll have big fun, on the bayou... Chorus

| C | C | G7 | G7 Jamba - laya, and a crawfish pie, and fillet gumbo | G7 | G7 | C | C 'cause to - night I'm gonna see my ma cher-a mi - o... | C | C | G7 | G7 pick gui - tar, fill fruit jar, and be gay - o... | G7 | G7 | C | C son - of - a - gun, we'll have big fun, on the bayou... Instrumental Verse 2

| C | C | G7 | G7 Thibo - daux, Fontain - eaux, the place is buzzin'... | G7 | G7 | C | C kin - folk come to see Y - vonne by the dozen. | C | C | G7 | G7 We dress in style and go hog wild, me oh, my oh... | G7 | G7 | C | C son - of - a - gun, we'll have big fun, on the bayou... Chorus Instrumental Verse 3

| C | C | G7 | G7 Settle down, far from town, give me a pirogue... | G7 | G7 | C | C and I'll catch all the fish in the bayou, | C | C | G7 | G7 Swap my mon, to buy Y - vonne, what she need - o, | G7 | G7 | C | C son - of - a - gun, we'll have big fun, on the bayou... Chorus Ending

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G7

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G7

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C

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son - of - a - gun, we'll have big fun, on the bayou...

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Banana Boat Song (Day-O) Recorded by Harry Belafonte in this Key

Key: D Level 9 (C7chord) Timing: 4/4 (Calypso beat)

F C7 F F C7 F Ch: Day---o, Day-ay-ay-o (Daylight come and me wan’- go home) F C7 F C7 Day, me say day, me say day, me say day Me say day, me say day-ay-ay-o F C7 F Daylight come and me wan’ - go home. F F C7 F V.1: Work all night on- a drink o’ rum! (Daylight come and me wan’ go home), F F C7 F Stack banana till the mornin’ come! (Daylight come and me wan’ go home). F C7 F C7 F Br: Come, Mister tally man & tally me ba-nana, (Daylight come and me wan’ go home) F C7 F C7 F He say come, Mr tally man, tally me ba-nana (Daylight come & me wan’ go home) F F C7 F V.2: Lift 6 hand, seven hand, eight hand bunch! (Daylight come and me wan’ go home) F F C7 F He says 6 hand, seven hand, eight hand bunch! (Daylight come and me wan’ go home)

F C7 Ch.2: Day, me say day-ay-ay-o F C7 F Daylight come and me wan’ - go home. F C7 F C7 Day, me say day, me say day, me say day Me say day.. F C7 F Daylight come and me wan’ - go home. F F C7 F V.3: A beautiful bunch a’ ripe banana! (Daylight come and me wan’ go home) F F C7 F Hide the deadly black tarantula! (Daylight come and me wan’ go home). V.2. .

Ch.2. Br. Ch.1.(slowing down) *Starting note: ^ (F)

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Iko Iko C G7 My grandma and your grandma, were sittin by the fire, G7 C My grandma told your grandma, I'm going to set your flag on fire CHORUS C G7 Talkin' bout hey now, (hey now) Iko! Iko! an de' G7 C Jackomo fe no ah nan e', Jackomo fee na ne' C G7 Look at my King all dressed in red Iko! Iko! an de' G7 C I bet you 5 dollars, he kill you dead! Jackomo fee na ne' - Chorus C G7 My flagboy and your flagboy, sittin by the fire, G7 C My flagboy told your flagboy, I'm going to set your flag on fire - Chorus C G7 See our uke club dressed in green, Iko Iko an de' G7 C They're not shy, they're a strummin' machine! Jackomo fee na ne' - Chorus C G7 My friend here, 'n your friend there, strummin' on their ukes G7 C Having fun with great big smiles, now aren't they kinda cute! - Chorus - and fade out ... axl

! ! ! Achy Breaky Heart sung by Billy Ray Cyrus Songwriters: Von Tress, Donald L.; (F) You can tell the world you never was my girl You can burn my clothes when I'm (C) gone Or you can tell your friends just what a fool I've been And laugh and joke about me on the (F) phone You can tell my arms, go back onto the farm You can tell my feet to hit the (C) floor Or you can tell my lips to tell my fingertips They won't be reaching out for you no (F) more CHORUS: But (F) don't tell my heart, my achy breaky heart I just don't think heíd under(C)stand And if you tell my heart, my achy breaky heart He might blow up and kill this (F) man (Oooooh) You can tell your Ma I moved to Arkansas You can tell your dog to bite my (C) leg Or tell your brother Cliff who's fist can tear my lip He never really liked me any(F) way Oh tell your aunt Louise, tell anything you please Myself already knows I'm not o(C)kay Oh you can tell my eyes to watch out for my mind It might be walking out on me to(F) day Ch x 3

Tulsa Time - Don Williams [C]I left Oklahoma, driving in a Pontiac Just about to lose my [G7]mind I was going to Arizona, maybe on to California Where the people all live so [C]fine [C]My baby said I was crazy, my momma called me lazy I was going to show 'em all this [G7]time Cause you know I ain't no fooling, I don't need no more schooling I was born to just walk the [C]line [C]Living on Tulsa time, living on Tulsa [G7]time Well you know I've been through it, when I set my watch back to it Living on Tulsa [C]time Instrumental verse Well there I was in Hollywood wishing I was doing good, talking on the telephone [G7]line But they don't need me in the movies And nobody sings my songs, guess I'm just a wasting [C]time Well then I got to thinking Man I'm really sinking, and I really had a flash this [G7]time I had no business leaving, and nobody would be grieving If I went back to Tulsa [C]time [C]Living on Tulsa time, living on Tulsa [G7]time Gonna set my watch back to it, cause you know I've been through it Living on Tulsa [C]time [C]Living on Tulsa time, living on Tulsa [G7]time Well you know I've been through it, when I set my watch back to it Living on Tulsa [C]time [C]Living on Tulsa time, living on Tulsa [G7]time Well you know I've been through it, when I set my watch back to it Living on Tulsa [C]time [G7][C] Bridgnorth Ukulele Band 2017

Deep In The Heart Of Texas (Various Artists)

Intro: F

F

C

F

F The stars at night

F

are big and bright, (4 claps/stamps) C C Deep in the heart of Texas C The prairie sky is wide and high, (4 claps/stamps) F F Deep in the heart of Texas

C

F The sage in bloom

is like perfume, (4 claps/stamps) C C Deep in the heart of Texas C Reminds me of the one I love, (4 claps/stamps) F F Deep in the heart of Texas F The coyotes wail

along the trail, (4 claps/stamps) C C Deep in the heart of Texas C The rabbits rush around the brush, (4 claps/stamps) F F Deep in the heart of Texas F The cowboys cry,

"Ki-yip-pee yi", (4 claps/stamps) C C Deep in the heart of Texas C The dogies bawl, and bawl and bawl, (4 claps/stamps) F F Deep in the heart of Texas F The stars at night

are big and bright, (4 claps/stamps) C C Deep in the heart of Texas C The prairie sky is wide and high, (4 claps/stamps) F F Deep in the heart of Texas C F F Deep in the heart of Texas C F F C F Deep in the heart of Texas. Gloucester Strings Ukulele Club Songs

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Okie From Muskogee Tab Chords And Lyrics By Merle Haggard Capo on 3rd fret --- Intro – C C We don't smoke marijuana in Muskogee; G We don't take no trips on LSD We don't burn no draft cards down on Main Street; C We like livin' right, and bein' free. I'm proud to be an Okie from Muskogee, G A place where even squares can have a ball We still wave Old Glory down at the courthouse C And white lightnin's still the biggest thrill of all We don't make a party out of lovin' G We like holdin' hands and pitchin' woo We don't let our hair grow long and shaggy C Like the hippies out in San Francisco do And I'm proud to be an Okie from Muskogee G A place where even squares can have a ball We still wave Old Glory down at the courthouse C And white lightnin's still the biggest thrill of all Break – C-G-C Leather boots are still in style for manly footwear G Beads and Roman sandals won't be seen Football's still the roughest thing on campus

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C And the kids here still respect the college dean And I'm proud to be an Okie from Muskogee G A place where even squares can have a ball We still wave Old Glory down at the courthouse C And white lightnin's still the biggest thrill of all G We still wave Old Glory down at the courthouse C In Muskogee, Oklahoma, USA

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Paperback Writer - The Beatles C

OOO

O

G

Paperback writer, (paperback writer) O

G

Dear Sir or Madam will you read my book? It took me years to write will you take a look? C

OOO

It's based on a novel by a man named Lear, and I need a job so I want to be a paperback writer. O

G

Paperback writer.

It's the dirty story of a dirty man and his clinging wife doesn't understand. His son is working for the daily mail. C

OOO

O

G

It's a steady job but he wants to be a paperback writer. Paperback writer.

C

OOO

O

G

Paperback writer, (paperback writer)

It's a thousand pages give or take a few, I'll be writing more in a week or two. I can make longer if you like the style, C

OOO

O

G

I can change it round and I want to be a paperback writer. Paperback writer.

If you really like it you can have the rights, it could make a million for you overnight. C

OOO

If you must return it you can send it here, But I need a break and I want to be a paperback writer O

G

Paperback writer.

C

OOO

O

G

Paperback writer, (paperback writer) (3x)

You Never Can Tell Chuck Berry (1964)

INTRO: / 1 2 3 4 /[C]/[C] It was a [C] teenage wedding and the old folks wished them well [C] You could [C] see that Pierre did truly love the mademoi-[G]selle [G7] And now the [G] young monsieur and madame have rung the chapel [G7] bell [G7] C’est la [G] vie say the old folks, it [G7] goes to show you never can [C] tell [C] They furnished [C] off an apartment with a two room Roebuck sale [C] The cooler-[C]ator was crammed with TV dinners and ginger-[G]ale [G7] But when Pi-[G]erre found work, the little money comin’ worked out [G7] well [G7] C’est la [G] vie say the old folks, it [G7] goes to show you never can [C] tell [C] They had a [C] hi-fi phono, boy, did they let it blast [C] Seven [C] hundred little records, all rock, rhythm, and [G] jazz [G7] But when the [G] sun went down, the rapid tempo of the music [G7] fell [G7] C’est la [G] vie say the old folks, it [G7] goes to show you never can [C] tell [C] They bought a [C] souped-up jitney, was a cherry red ’53 [C] They drove it [C] down to Orleans to celebrate their anniversa-[G]ry [G7] It was [G] there where Pierre was wedded to the lovely mademoi-[G7]selle [G7] C’est la [G] vie say the old folks, it [G7] goes to show you never can [C] tell [C] INSTRUMENTAL: It was a [C] teenage wedding and the old folks wished them well [C] You could [C] see that Pierre did truly love the mademoi-[G]selle [G7] And now the [G] young monsieur and madame have rung the chapel [G7] bell [G7] C’est la [G] vie say the old folks, it [G7] goes to show you never can [C] tell [C] They had a [C] teenage wedding and the old folks wished them well [C] You could [C] see that Pierre did truly love the mademoi-[G]selle [G7] And [G] now the young monsieur and madame have rung the chapel [G7] bell [G7] C’est la [G] vie say the old folks, it [G7] goes to show you never can [C] tell [C] [G7] [C]

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Eleanor Rigby

Lennon-McCartney 1966

INTRO: / 1 2 3 4 / [C] / [C] Ah, look at all the lonely [Em] people [Em] [C] Ah, look at all the lonely [Em] people [Em] [Em] Eleanor Rigby [Em] Picks up the rice in the church where a wedding has [C] been [C] Lives in a dream [Em] Waits at the window [Em] Wearing the face that she keeps in a jar by the [C] door [C] Who is it for? [Em7] All the lonely [Em6] people Where [C] do they all come [Em] from? [Em7] All the lonely [Em6] people Where [C] do they all be-[Em]long? [Em] Father McKenzie [Em] Writing the words of a sermon that no one will [C] hear [C] No one comes near [Em] Look at him working [Em] Darning his socks in the night when there’s nobody [C] there [C] What does he care? [Em7] All the lonely [Em6] people Where [C] do they all come [Em] from? [Em7] All the lonely [Em6] people Where [C] do they all be-[Em]long? [C] Ah, look at all the lonely [Em] people [Em] [C] Ah, look at all the lonely [Em] people [Em] [Em] Eleanor Rigby [Em] Died in the church and was buried along with her [C] name [C] Nobody came [Em] Father McKenzie [Em] Wiping the dirt from his hands as he walks from the [C] grave [C] No one was saved

TWO PARTS TOGETHER: [Em7] All the lonely [Em6] people Where [C] do they all come [Em] from? [Em7] All the lonely [Em6] people Where [C] do they all be-[Em]long? [Em] [Em7] Ah, look at [Em6] all the lonely [C] people [Em] [Em7] Ah, look at [Em6] all the lonely [C] people [Em]/[Em]

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