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Makin' Whoopee!
Music by Walter Donaldson, Words by Gus Kahn - 1928
 Verse:
G C7 G C7
G D                Bb7             D      Bb7     E7     A7 D7
E7 Am Em7             A7 D7
 Chorus:
G D7 G7 C              Cm          
G Eb7             D7 G D7
G D7 G7 C              Cm
G Eb7             D7 G                  C G
G#dim                           Am Cm6 G
G#dim    Am Cm6 G
G D7 G7 C
G Eb7             D7 G -         (D7 to Chorus)
8-beat intro.  Play 4-beats for each cell, reading from left to right.
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Verse:
Ev -'ry time I hear that march from Loh -en -grin, I am al -ways on the out -side look -in' in.
May -be that is why I see the fun -ny side, When I see a fall -en broth -er take a bride.
Wed -dings make a lot of peo -ple sad, But if you're not the groom you're not so bad.
 
Chorus:
An -oth -er bride, an -the -er June, An -oth -er sun -ny hon -ey -moon,
An -oth -er se -son an -oth -er rea -son, For Mak -in' Whoop -ee!
A lot of shoes, a lot of rice, The groom is ner -vous, he an -swers twice.
It's real -ly kill -ing that he's so will -ing, To make whoop -ee.
Pic -ture a lit -tle love nest, Down where the ros -es cling,
Pic -ture the same sweet love nest, Think what a year can bring.
He's wash -ing dish -es and ba -by clothes, He's so am -bi -tious he ev -en sews.
But don't for -get folks, that's what you get folks, For Mak -in' Whoop -ee!
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Arranged by Jim Bottorff
 
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