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Yes Mr. Rogers lyrics and chords 

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Yes Mr. Rogers
Recorded by Bobby Bare
Written by Shel Silverstein and Fred Koller

C G7
Yes Mr. Rogers I'm livin' in sin with your daughter
C
No Mr. Rogers we don't have separate rooms
F
Mr. Rogers I guess you could use one more scotch and water
G7 C
Gee Mr. Rogers do you have to be leavin' so soon

G7
No Mr. Rogers I ain't found work but I'm looking
C
I'm sure Mr. Rogers you must have heard times are tight
F
Yes Mr. Rogers she works and I do the cooking
G7 C
No Mr. Rogers I won't step outside and fight

F C
And I hope that Mrs. Rogers cold gets better
D7 G7 F D7 G7
Maybe she could phone sometime or write her daughter a letter
C G7 C G7
No Mr. Rogers but thanks a lot for the offer
C
If she wanted a ring I think I could buy one myself
F
But you see that she's pleased with the plain string of beads I got her
G7 C
So you see Mr. Rogers your daughter ain't a goin' to hell

F C
And I hope that Mrs. Rogers cold gets better
D7 G7 F D7 G7
Maybe she could phone sometime or write her daughter a letter
C G7 C G7
Yeah Mr. Rogers I'm a livin' in sin with your daughter
C
No Mr. Rogers we don't have separate rooms
F
Mr. Rogers I guess you could use one more scotch and water
G7 C
Gee Mr. Rogers do you have to be leavin' so soon

G7 C
Hey Mr. Rogers do you have to be leavin' so soon

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