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Everybody Comes Aboard Recorded by Elvis Presley Written by Bill Giant, Bernie Baum, Florenece Kaye
F C Everybody come aboard the Showboat tonight G7 We're gonna dance till the morning light F We'll have fun the whole night long C There'll be jokes and songs A7 Forget your troubles forget your strife D7 You'll have the best time of your life G7 C F Hey everyone let's go on with the show
C Everybody's gonna gamble on the Showboat tonight G7 The big casino's lit up bright F How can you lose just wear a grin C You'll be sure to win A7 Now Lady Luck's waiting there inside D7 The wheel of fortune's about to ride G7 C Hey everyone let's go on with the show
G7 C Way down by the lobby the boats at the bank F Bring money to spend your welcome my friend G7 Just walk up the plank
C Everybody come aboard the showboat tonight G7 Look around at the happy sight F We'll guarantee that you'll have a ball C Come on one and all A7 Well what a great night you've got in store D7 You'll wanna keep coming back for more G7 C Hey everyone let's go on with the show
A7 Well what a great night you've got in store D7 You'll wanna keep coming back for more G7 C Hey everyone let's go on with the show A7 What a great night you've got in store D7 You're gonna keep coming back for more G7 C Hey everyone let's go on with the show
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