G Bm C G Oh, Sister Josephine, what do all these policemen mean Em Am D G D7 By coming to the convent in a grim limousine, after Sister Josephine? G Bm C G While you, Sister Josephine, you sit with your boots upon the altar screen Em Am D D7 G You smoke one last cigar - what a funny nun you are! Bm Em The policemen say that Josephine's a burglar in disguise Bm Em Big bad Norman, fifteen years on the run Bm Em The Sisters disbelieve it no that can't be Josephine Bm A C# D7 Just think about her tenderness towards the younger nuns. G Bm C G Oh, Sister Josephine, they're searching the chapel where you've been seen Em Am D G D7 The nooks and the crannies of the nuns' canteen after Sister Josephine. G Bm C G While you Sister Josephine, you sip one farewell Benedictine Em Am D D7 G Before your au revoir - a right funny nun you are! Bm Em Bm Em Admittedly her hands are big and hairy and embellished with a curious tattoo Bm Em Admittedly her voice is on the deep side Bm A C# D7 And she seems to shave more often than the other Sisters do. G Bm C G Oh, Sister Josephine, founder of the convent pontoon team Em Am They're looking through your bundles of rare magazines D G D7 After Sister Josephine. G Bm C G While you, Sister Josephine, you give a goodbye sniff of benzedrine Em Am D D7 G To the convent budgerigar - a bloody funny nun you are! Bm Em No longer will her snores ring through the chapel during prayers Bm Em Nor her lustful moanings fill the stille night Bm Em No more empty bottles of altar wine come clunking from her cell Bm A C# D7 No longer will the cloister toilet seat stand upright. G Bm C G Oh, Sister Josephine, slipping through their fingers like Vaseline Em Am D G D7 Leaving them to clutch your empty crinoline, after Sister Josephine. G Bm C G While you Sister Josephine, sprinting through the suburbs when last seen Em Am Dressed only in your wimple and your rosary D G C G A right funny nun you seem to be.