Andrew Lloyd Webber - Mungojerrie And Rumpleteazer chords

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SONG: Mungojerrie and Rumpelteazer
ARTIST: Andrew Lloyd Webber

From the musical, Cats


Dm6Mungojerrie and Rumpelteazer
Dm6We're a notorious couple of cats
C6As knockabout clowns, quick-change comedians
G7Tight-rope walkers and acrobats
Dm6We have an extensive reputation
Dm6We make our home in Victoria Grove
C6That is merely our centre of operation
A7 Dm6For we are incurably given to rove
Dm6 -
A7+ - Dm6We are very well known in Cornwall Gardens
Dm6In Launceston Place and in Kensington Square
C6We have really a little more reputation
A7Than a couple of cats can very well bear
A7
Dm6If the area window is found ajar
Dm6And the basement looks like a field of war
C6If a tile or two comes loose on the roof,
G7Which presently fails to be waterproof
Dm6If the drawers are pulled out from the bedroom chest
Dm6And you can't find one of your winter vests
C6Or after supper one of the girls
G7Suddenly misses her Woolworth pearls
FThe family will say, "It's that horrible cat!
Was it Mungojerrie or Rumpelteazer?"
A7And most of the time they leave it at that
D#9 - A7 - D#9 - A7 - D#9 A7
Dm6 Dm6Mungojerrie and Rumpelteazer have a very unusual gift of the gab
C6We are highly efficient cat burglars as well
G7And remarkably smart at a smash and grab
Dm6We make our home in Victoria Grove
Dm6We have no regular occupation
C6We are plausible fellows, and like to engage
A7A friendly policeman in conversation
A7
Dm6When the family assembles for Sunday dinner
Dm6With their minds made up that they won't get thinner
C6On Argentine joint, potatoes and greens
G7And the cook would appear from behind the scenes
Dm6And say in a voice that is broken with sorrow,
Dm6"I'm afraid you must wait and have dinner tomorrow!
C6For the joint has gone from the oven like that!"
FThe family will say, "It's that horrible cat!
Was it Mungojerrie or Rumpelteazer?"
A7And most of the time they leave it at that
D#m D#mMungojerrie and Rumpelteazer have a wonderful way of working together
C#And some of the time you would say it was luck
G#7And some of the time you would say it was weather
D#m6We go through the house like a hurricane
D#m6And no sober person could take his oath
C#Was it Mungojerrie or Rumpelteazer?
A#7Or could you have sworn that it mightn't be both?
D#m6And when you hear a dining room smash
D#m6Or up from the pantry there comes a loud crash
C#Or down from the library there comes a loud ping
G#From a vase that was commonly said to be Ming
F#Then the family will say: "Now which is which cat?
It was Mungojerrie and Rumpelteazer!"
A#7And there's nothing at all to be done about that!
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