Ooh Wakka Doo Wakka Day
A# I want to tell you F I might as well do F7 A# about a girl I met back in May; A# Her name is Rita F and you should see her F7 A# when she goes ooh wakka doo wakka day. A# She's got a brother F like any other F7 A# who got his nose caught inside a gate; A# and when they freed him F it so relieved him F7 A# he just went ooh wakka doo wakka day. Dm You wouldn't think to look at me Gm that I was strong Cm but underneath it all F I really am; A# and just to prove it why Gm only the other day G# C - Dm - D# - F i picked a needle up with one hand A# Now up in Bradford, F a chap named Radford F7 A# while taking part in a local play - A# was intercepted F and then suspected F7 A# of going ooh wakka doo wakka day-ay-ay-ay. A# D#m Who's that lady I saw you with ? G# C# It was not your wife A# D#m it looked to me suspiciously. F# F Like someone I have never seen before in my life. Dm It's not surprising Gm when you come to think of it Cm just what it is F that makes people swear. A# you only have to sing Gm about bleepin' thing G# and there'll be bleeping C - Dm - Cm - F ev'ry bleeping where. A# Now if you love me F you're not above me F7 A# if you don't well what can I say; A# except we'll see when F you come to tea then F7 you can go ooh wakka doo wakka D#m ooh wakka doo wakka Cm F F# A# ooh wakka doo-wakka day.