Smothers Brothers – My Old Man chords

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CMy old man’s a sailor,
G CWhat do you think about that?
CHe wears a sailor’s collar,
G CHe wears a sailor’s hat.
GHe wears a sailor’s raincoat,
F GHe wears a sailor’s shoes.
C And every Saturday evening,
G CHe reads the Sunday News.
F GAnd someday, if I can,
C G C I’m gonna be a sailor just like my old man.
My old man¬ís a anthropologist, What do you think about that? He wears an anthropologist¬ís collar, He wears an anthropologist¬ís hat. He wears an anthropologist¬ís raincoat, He wears an anthropologist¬ís shoes. And every Saturday evening, He reads the Sunday News. And someday, if I can, I¬ím gonna be an anthropologist just like my old man. My old man¬ís a Refrigerator Repairman, What do you think about that? He wears a Refrigerator Repairman¬ís collar, He wears a Refrigerator Repairman¬ís hat. He wears a Refrigerator Repairman¬ís raincoat, He wears a Refrigerator Repairman¬ís shoes. And every Saturday evening, He reads the - Playboy. And someday, if I can, I¬ím gonna be a Refrigerator Repairman just like my old man. (Spoken) Tommy: What do you think about that? Boy you gotta be pretty sharp witted, slippery tongued to say things like that. Dick: I tell you Tommy, you¬íre very glib. Tommy: I certainly do. Dick: Well here, I¬íll tell you what my old man does. My old man¬ís a Cotton Pickin¬í Finger Lickin¬í Chicken Plucker, What do you think about that? (Tommy: You better not make a mistake. Dick: Let¬ís hope not) He wears a Cotton Pickin¬í Finger Lickin¬í Chicken Plucker¬ís collar, He wears a Cotton Pickin¬í Finger Lickin¬í Chicken Plucker¬ís hat. He wears a Cotton Pickin¬í Finger Lickin¬í Chicken Plucker¬ís raincoat, He wears a Cotton Pickin¬í Finger Lickin¬í Chicken Plucker¬ís shoes. And ¬Ė (Tommmy: You¬íre lucky) - every Saturday evening, He reads the Cotton Pickin¬í News. And someday, if I can, I¬ím gonna be a Cotton Pickin¬í Finger Lickin¬í Chicken Plucker just like my old man.
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