Allan Sherman - Hello Mudduh Hello Fadduh A Letter From Camp Guitar Chords

Song versions: 1 2 3 4
Chords: E, D, A, E7, C#7, F#m, Bm7, Bm
Words by Lou Busch and Allan Sherman
Music from Ponchielli's "Dance of the Hours" from La Gioconda
Recorded by Allan Sherman, 1964 


G R N A D A Camp Granada Yeach 

[Intro] 
E D A E A

[Verse 1]
A                     E
Hello, Muddah, Hello, Fadduh
E    E7              A
I am back at Camp Granada
A       C#7              D
And I'm writing you this letter
D       E               E7                 A
Just to say my compound fracture's getting better

[Verse 2]
A                          E
No one here knows where my trunk is
E      E7                A
And my bunk is where the skunk is
A        C#7               D
And this year the food's improving
D         E            E7                   A
Cause the little black things in it are not moving

[Verse 3]
A                         E
Our camp nurse is quite a swimmer
E        E7                 A
She says swimming makes you slimmer
A          C#7       D
Her name's Mrs. Pellagreenie
D        E           E7           A
Have you ever seen a whale in a bikini?

[Verse 4]
A                           E
All our bathrooms have such thin doors
E      E7                    A
Gee, I wish they'd move them indoors
A         C#7             D
We're all tired of Mother Goose here
D       E                    E7           A
So next Friday night they're having Lenny Bruce here

[Chorus]
F#m    C#7
Let me stay, oh, Muddah, Fadduh
F#m    C#7
Let me stay, I love Granada
Bm7 D  A              F#m    D      Bm
Eve-ry night the camp fire's really keen
Bm       C#7
Oh, mom, please send some unguentine
F#m     C#7
Let me stay, up here in mother
F#m      C#7
nature's land and Tiptoe through the
Bm7 D   A              F#m   D    Bm
tu-lips grand to leave would be a shame
Bm       C#7
Besides, I'd miss the poker game

[Verse 5]
A                           E
Please don't worry, Fadduh, Muddah
E         E7             A
I'll take care of little Bruddah
A        C#7              D
He plays ball here and he rows here
D     E                   E7              A
And I hope they teach him how to blow his nose here

[Verse 6]
A                        E
He wakes up at half past six and
E      E7            A
Goes directly to the quicksand
A      C#7              D
He was lonely, now he's better
D         E                E7         A
He's like all of us except his bed is wetter

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