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Ooh La La  Faces

   [D]               [Em7]      [G]                                                                  


Simple Melody Line:
   [D]             [Em7]     [G]                                                                    


Chordal Version:
  [D]                    [Em7]         [G]                                                          


Verse 1:
P[D]oor old Granddad  [Em7]I laughed at all his words
I[D] thought he was a bitter man   [Em7]He spoke of women's ways
T[D]hey'll trap you, then they use you  [Em7]Be-fore you even know
F[D]or love is blind and you're far too kind   [Em7]Don't ever let it show

I[D] wish that I knew all I know [Em7]now   [G]When I was younger
I[D] wish that I knew all I know n[Em7]ow   [G]When I was stronger.

Main Melody x2

Verse 2:
T[D]he Can Can's such a pretty show   [Em7]They'll steal your heart away
B[D]ut backstage, back on earth again   [Em7]The dressing rooms are grey
T[D]hey come on strong and it ain't too long   [Em7]Before they make you feel a man
B[D]ut love is blind and you soon will find   [Em7]You're just a boy again

Play around with D chord during 'solo'
Main melody x2

Verse 3:
W[D]hen you want her lips, you get a cheek   [Em7]Makes you wonder where you are
I[D]f you want some more and she's fast asleep   [Em7]Leaves you twinkling with the stars.
P[D]oor young grandson, there's [Em7]nothing I can say
Y[D]ou'll have to learn, just like me  [Em7]And that's the hardest way

Main melody x2
Start ooh la la-ing
Main Melody x4

Play intro/outro

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