DAYTRIP TO BANGOR
C F C G CDidn't we have a lovely time the day we went to Bangor
F CA beautiful day we had lunch on the way
D7 G And all for under a pound you know
C FThen on the way back I cuddled with Jack
C G C And we opened a bottle of cider
F A7 D G CSinging a few of our favourite songs as the wheels went round
Do you recall the thrill of it all as we walked along the sea front
Then on the sand we heard a brass band
that played De Diddle De Bum Ta Ra Ra
Elsie and me had some cups of tea
then we took a peddler boat out
Splashing away as we toured round the bay as the wheels went round
Wasn't it nice eating chocolate ice as we strolled around the funfair
Then we ate eels on the big Ferris wheel
we sailed above the ground but then
We had to be quick because Elsie felt sick
and we had to find somewhere to take her
I said to her lad "what made her feel bad" twas the wheel going round
Elsie and me we finished our tea, and we said goodbye to the sea side
Back on the bus Flo says to us
oh isn't it a shame to go
Wouldn't it be grand to have cash on demand,
and to live like this for always
Oh it makes me feel ill when I think of the Mill and the wheels going round
One of my favourites in 1980 or so.
Long time forgotten and brought back to my mind by a good friend lately.
I´m not quite sure about the last line and would appreciate sugggestions to improve.
The chords for the verses are equal to the chorus.
Don´t know wehter the Band still exists, the only link Ifound is via Wikipedia:
Hope You enjoy it.