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Fujiyama Mama lyrics and chords

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Fujiyama Mama lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a 1950's rock and roll song recorded by Wanda Jackson.

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Fujiyama Mama
Recorded by Wanda Jackson
Written by Earl Burrows

G D7
I've been to Nagasaki Hiroshima too
G G7
The same I did to them baby I can do to you

C
Cause I'm a Fujiyama mama
G
And I'm just about to blow my top

Fujiyama yama Fujiyama
D7
And when I start erupting
G D7 G
Ain't nobody gonna make me stop

D7
I drink a quart of sakey smoke dynamite
G G7
I chase it with tobaccy and then shoot out the light

Repeat #2

D7
Well you can talk about me say that I'm mean
G G7
I'll blow your head off baby with nitroglycerin

Repeat #2

D7
Well you can say I'm crazy stone deaf and dumb
G G7
But I can cause destruction just like the atom bomb

Repeat #2,3,2

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