patricia the stripper Chris Deburgh
Received: from animal-farm.nevada.edu by redrock.nevada.edu (5.65c/M1.4) with SMTP id ; Mon, 12 Jul 1993 02:29:03 -0700 Received: from inet-gw-2.pa.dec.com by animal-farm.nevada.edu id ; Mon, 12 Jul 1993 02:29:01 -0700 Received: by inet-gw-2.pa.dec.com; id AA15590; Mon, 12 Jul 93 02:28:46 -0700 Received: by vbormc.vbo.dec.com; id AA18075; Mon, 12 Jul 93 11:28:01 +0200 Date: Mon, 12 Jul 93 11:28:00 +0200 Message-Id: To: email@example.com Cc: ALBERTER@VboRMC.vbo.dec.com Hi James, this might be the first of a series of Chris De Burgh songs. Thanks for putting it into the guitar tab archive. kind regards, Ludwig -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Patricia The Stripper Words & Music: Chris De Burgh F A7 Dennis is a menace with his 'anyone for tennis?' Dm F7 and beseeching me to come and keep the score. Bb Bbm And Maud say 'Oh Lord, I'm so terribly bored. F Dm G7/D C7 I really can't stand it anymore.' F A7 I'm going out to dinner with a gorgeous singer Dm F7 to a little place I found down by the quay Bb Bbm her name is Patricia, she calls herself Delicia F Dm G9 and the reason isn't very hard to see. C7 F A7 She says 'God made her a sinner just to keep fat man thinner Dm F7 as they tumble down in heaps before her feet. Bb Bbm They hang around in groups like battle weary troops F Dm G9 one can often see them queue right down the street. C7 Bb A7 You see Patricia (or Delicia) not only is a singer Dm G7 C7 she also removes all her clothing for Bb C F Bb F Patricia is the best stripper in town. F C7 F D7 And with a swing of her hips she started to strip Gm C7 to tremendous applause she took of her drawers F D7 and with a lick of her lips she undid all her clips Dm C and threw it all in the air - ev'rybody stared Bb A7 and as the last piece of clothing fell on the floor F D7 the police were banging on the door Gm C F Bb on a saturday night in nineteen-twentyfour. F C7 Take it away boys. F | D7 | Gm(7) | C7 | F | D7 | Gm C | F C7 F A7 But poor Patricia was arrested and everyone detested Dm F7 the manner in which she was exposed Bb Bbm later on in court well everybody thought F Dm G9 a summer run in jail would be proposed. C7 Bb A7 But the judge said 'Patricia, or may I say Delicia, Dm G7 C7 the facts of this case lie before me case dismissed Bb C F Bb F this girl was in her working clothes. And with a swing of her hips... Bb A7 and as the last piece of clothing fell on the floor F D7 the police were yelling at the door Gm C7 F F7 D7 on a saturday night in nineteen-twentyfour - Gm7 C7 F F7 Bb Bbm C7 on a saturday night in nineteen-twentyfour. F7 Oh yeah. #cutline#
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