swimming song Loudon Wainwright
The Swimming Song by Loudon Wainwright III G This summer I went swimming Em THis summer I might have drowned C D7 But I held my breath and I kicked my feet G Em And I moved my arms around. D7 G I moved my arms around. This summer I swam in the ocean Swam in the swimming pool Salt in my wounds, chlorine in my eyes, I'm a self-destructive fool, Self-destructive fool. This summer I did the backstroke, And you know that thats not all. I did the breast stroke and the butterfly, And the old Australian crawl, The old Australian crawl. This summer I swam in a public place and a reservoir to boot, At the latter I was informal, At the former I wore my suit, I wore my swimming suit. This summer I did swan dives and Jack knives for you all. And once when you weren't looking I did a cannonball I did a cannonball. This summer I went swimming THis summer I might have drowned But I held my breath and I kicked my feet And I moved my arms around. I moved my arms around.
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