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Tweedle Dee lyrics and chords

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Tweedle Dee lyrics and chords are provide for your personal use only, this is a fun to do country song recorded by Connie Francis.

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Tweedle Dee
Recorded by Connie Francis
Written by Winfield Scott

C
Tweedle tweedle tweedle dee
G7
I'm as happy as can be
C
Jiminy Crickets Jiminy Jack
F
You make my heart go clickety clack
C G7 C
Tweedle tweedle tweedle dee


Tweedle tweedle tweedle dot
G7
How you gonna keep that honey you've got
C
Hunkies hunkies fish that bite
F
I'm gonna see my honey tonight
C G7 C
Tweedle tweedle tweedle dot

F C
Tweedle tweedle tweedle dum
F C
Give it up give it up give your love to me
F C
Tweedle dot tweedle dot
G7
Hey give me give me give me give me
D7 G7
Give me all the love you got

Humy de bum bum

C
Tweedlee tweedlee tweedlee dum
G7
I'm a lucky so and so
C
Huppa huppa honey do
F
I'm a gonna get my eyes on you
C G7 C
Tweedlee tweedlee tweedlee dum

F C
Tweedle dum tweedle dum
F C
Give that kiss to me before you go
F C
Tweedle dum tweedle dum
G7 D7 G7
Hey looky looky looky look at that sugar plum

Humy de bum bum

C
Tweedlee tweedlee tweedlee dum
G7
You're as sweet as bubble gum
C
Mercy mercy puddin' pie
F
You've got somethin' that money can't buy
C G7 C
Tweedlee tweedlee tweedlee dee
G7 C
Tweedlee tweedlee tweedlee dee
G7 C
Hmm tweedlee tweedlee tweedlee dee

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