Bob Dorough - Lucky Seven Sampson chords

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                        From SchoolHouseRock
Intro G,C,G
G                                  D
Now you can call me Lucky, because Lucky's my name
C                    G
Singing and dancing, that's my game
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I never did a whole day's work in my life
G     C                 G
Still everything seems to turn out right
G                  D
Like a grasshopper on a summer's day
   B7                                 Em
I just love to play And pass the time away
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Because I was born beneath a lucky star
D         C
They said I'd go far
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Making people happy, that's my favorite game
C              G
Lucky Seven is my natural name
Slipping and sliding my whole life through
      B7                     Em
Still I get everything done that I got to do
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Because I was born beneath a lucky star
School is where you are?
Aw, that's not hard

Let me show you something
You multiply seven times one
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I got seven days to get that problem done
Multiply seven times two
C                   G
Take 14 laughs when you're feeling blue
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Multiply seven times three
C7                        G
A 21-day vacation you can play with me
G                      D
Multiply seven times four
You got 28 days (that's-a one month more)

To pay the mortgage on your store
Ebm7  Eb7
Don't worry, something will turn up!
G                    D
Multiply seven times five
             C7              C
I don't know how you did it, but man alive, that's 35
G                    D
Multiply seven times six
G    C7         G
Grab a stick and make a 42 clickety-clicks
G                    D
Multiply seven times seven
C7            G
Take 49 steps right up to seventh heaven
G                    D
Multiply seven times eight
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They got 56 flavors and I just can't wait
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Multiply seven times nine
C7            G
63 musicians, all friends of mine
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Multiply seven times ten
And that brings you right back to 70 again
You know, I think that's important

There's a trick there somewhere
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Multiply seven times eleven
C      C7           G
Even a rabbit knows that's 70 plus seven
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Multiply seven times twelve
You got 84, and isn't that swell
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I'm going to try seven times 13, just for fun
C7      G                 D
70 plus 21 Seven times 14 must be great
C7                         G
Well, exactly, that's a 70 plus 28
G               D
Seven times 15, man alive
C                       Eb9
That's 70 plus 35 . . . a hundred and five!
Man, this stuff is simple, no jive
You got it, now I got to fly
Excuse me folks, I'm saying goodbye
I sure do thank you for the huckleberry pie
Take it home, boys
G                                     D
Remember Lucky Seven Sampson, that's my natural born name
C7                          G
If you should ask me again, I'd have to tell you the same
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You'll wake up tomorrow, you'll be glad that I came
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Because you'll be singing one of the songs that I sang
G                           D
So keep a happy outlook and be good to your friend
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And maybe I'll pass this way again
Maybe! G,C,G
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