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Hello Josephine
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Hello Josephine lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good song by Fats Domino. It's a blast to play, the chords are easy and it has a fun rhythm.


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Hello Josephine
recorded by Fats Domino
written by Fats Domino and
Dave Bartholomew
Hello Josephine how do you do
Do you remember me baby
Like I remember you
D7 G
You used to laugh at me and holler Woo Woo Woo

I used to walk you home

I used to hold your hand
You used to use my umbrella
Every time it rained
You used to cry so much
It was a crying shame

You used to live over yonder

By the railroad tracks
When it rained you couldn't walk
I used to tote you on my back
Now you try to make believe
It wasn't no deal like that

repeat #1


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Classic Country Music Lyrics home | Fats Domino lyrics

Fats' songs generally featured Saxophones, he has a couple of long time band members that are great on the Sax, just listen to them play on most of his records. This old song is really fun to play, print Hello Josephine lyrics and chords, practice and then enjoy a great old fifties song.