Bob Dylan - Froggie Went A Courtin Guitar Chords

Bob Dylan

album rock, classic rock, folk, folk rock

Song versions: 1 2
Chords: D, A, Dsus4, G, Dsus4/A, D5, A7sus4
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          Froggie Went a Courtin' – Bob Dylan
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Written by: Traditional (arr. by Bob Dylan)
From: “Good As I Been To You” (1992)

Tabbed by: maguri
Tuning: open D

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[Coda]
   1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +
D |----4---3---2---|0
A |----------------|0
F#|0---3---2---1---|0
D |0---------------|0
A |----------------|
D |----------------|

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CHORDS          F#
          D-A-D- -A-d
D         0-0-0-0-0-0
A         x-0-7-7-7-7
G         5-5-5-5-5-5
Dsus4     0-0-0-1-0-0
Dsus4/A   x-0-0-1-0-0
D5        x-x-0-3-0-4
Dsus4sdd9 x-x-0-1-0-2
A7sus4    x-0-2-1-0-0

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[Intro]
| D | D A | D | % | % |


[Verse]
D                         Dsus4        D
Frog went a-courtin', and he did ride, uh-huh
D                                      A
Frog went a-courtin', and he did ride, uh-huh
D
Frog went a-courtin', and he did ride
       G                              | D       Dsus4/A   | D |
With a sword and a pistol by his side, uh-huh


[Verse]
     D                  Dsus4          D
Well he rode up to Miss Mousey's door, uh-huh
D                  Dsus4          A
He rode up to Miss Mousey's door, uh-huh
D
He rode up to Miss Mousey's door
     G                                  | D       A   | D |
Gave three loud raps and a very big roar, uh-huh


[Verse]
D                      Dsus4   D    D
Said, "Miss Mouse, are you within?" uh-huh
D                         Dsus4   D    A
Said he, "Miss Mouse, are you within?" uh-huh
D
Said, "Miss Mouse, are you within?"
 G                              | D    Dsus4 | D |
"Yes, kind sir, I sit and spin, " uh-huh


[Verse]
D                   Dsus4        D
He took Miss Mousey on his knee, uh-huh
D                             A
Took Miss Mousey on his knee, uh-huh
D
Took Miss Mousey on his knee.
G                                      | D       A   | D |
Said, "Miss Mousey, will you marry me?" uh-huh


[Verse]
     D                           D
"Without my uncle Rat's consent, uh-huh
     D                           A
"Without my uncle Rat's consent, uh-huh
D                 Dsus4    D
"Without my uncle Rat's consent
     G                         | D       A   | D |
I wouldn't marry the president, uh-huh


[Verse]
D         Dsus4          D                    Dsus4   D
Uncle Rat laughed and he shook his fat sides, uh-huh
D                        Dsus4         D      A
Uncle Rat laughed and he shook his fat sides, uh-huh
D                        Dsus4         D
Uncle Rat laughed and he shook his fat sides
   G                               | D       A   | D |
To think his niece would be a bride, uh-huh


[Verse]
D              Dsus4       D
Uncle Rat went runnin' downtown, uh-huh
D                                A
Uncle Rat went runnin' downtown, uh-huh
D
Uncle Rat went runnin' downtown
   G                           | D       A   | D |
To buy his niece a wedding gown, uh-huh


[Verse]
D                       Dsus4      D
Where shall the wedding supper be? uh-huh
D               Dsus4   D          A
Where shall the wedding supper be? uh-huh
D               Dsus4   D
Where shall the wedding supper be?
G                               | D       A   | D |
Way down yonder in a hollow tree, uh-huh


[Verse]
D                       Dsus4  A   D
What should the wedding supper be? uh-huh
D5                                     A
What should the wedding supper be? uh-huh
D               Dsus4   D
What should the wedding supper be?
G                                | D       A   | D |
Fried mosquito in a black-eye pea, uh-huh


[Verse]
      D                      Dsus4  D
Well, first to come in was a flyin' moth, uh-huh
D                                   A
First to come in was a flyin' moth, uh-huh
D             Dsus4    D
First to come in was a flyin' moth
G                           | D       A   | D |
She laid out the table cloth, uh-huh


[Verse]
D                     Dsus4      D
Next to come in was a juney bug, uh-huh
D                                A
Next to come in was a juney bug, uh-huh
D                     Dsus4 D
Next to come in was a juney bug
G                        | D       A7sus4 | D |
She brought the water jug, uh-huh


[Verse]
D                     Dsus4        D
Next to come in was a bumbley bee, uh-huh
D                                  A
Next to come in was a bumbley bee, uh-huh
D                     Dsus4   D
Next to come in was a bumbley bee
G                        | D       A7sus4   | D |
Sat mosquito on his knee, uh-huh


[Verse]
D                     Dsus4              D
Next to come in was a broken black flea, uh-huh
D                                      A
Next to come in was a broken black flea, uh-huh
D
Next to come in was a broken black flea
G                                | D       A7sus4 | D |
Danced a jig with the bumbley bee, uh-huh


[Verse]
D                             Dsus4   D
Next to come in was Mrs. Cow, uh-huh
D                             A
Next to come in was Mrs. Cow, uh-huh
D                   Dsus4 D
Next to come in was Mrs.  Cow
     G                                  | D       A   | D |
She tried to dance but she didn't know how, uh-huh


[Verse]
D5                    D5     Dsus4sdd9 D
Next to come in was a little black     tick, uh-huh
D5                    D5     Dsus4sdd9 D
Next to come in was a little black     tick, uh-huh
D
Next to come in was a little black tick
    G                           | D       A7sus4 | D |
She ate so much she made us sick, uh-huh


[Verse]
D               Dsus4 D
Next to come in was a big black snake, uh-huh
D                                      A
Next to come in was a big black snake, uh-huh
D                     Dsus4 D
Next to come in was a big   black snake
G                             | D       A7sus4| D |
Ate up all of the wedding cake, uh-huh


[Verse]
D
Next to come was the old gray cat, uh-huh
D                                  A
Next to come was the old gray cat, uh-huh
D
Next to come was the old gray cat
G                                     | D       A   | D |
Swallowed the mouse and ate up the rat, uh-huh


[Verse]
D                          Dsus4           D
Mr. Frog went a-hoppin' up over the brook, uh-huh
D                                          A
Mr. Frog went a-hoppin' up over the brook, uh-huh
D
Mr. Frog went a-hoppin' up over the brook
  G                                        | D       A7sus4 | D |
A lily-white duck come and swallowed him up, uh-huh


[Verse]
  D                         Dsus4       D
A little piece of cornbread layin' on a shelf, uh-huh
  D                                            A
A little piece of cornbread layin' on a shelf, uh-huh
  D
A little piece of cornbread layin' on a shelf
     G                                       | D       A7sus4| D |
If you want anymore, you can sing it yourself, uh-huh


[Outro]
| D | % | % | A |
| D | G | D A | D

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