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Looking Out My Back Door  Creedence Clearwater Revival

([C]Doot Doot [G]Doot looking [D]out my back [G]door)
(I sing this part to start the song)

[G]Just got home from Illinois, [Em]Lock the front door oh boy.
[C]Got to set [G]down take a [D]rest on the porch.
[G]Imagination sets in, [Em]Pretty soon I'm singing.
[C]Doot Doot [G]Doot looking [D]out my back [G]door.

Giant doing cartwheels, A statue wearing high heels.
Look at all the happy creatures dancing on and on.
Dinosaur victrola, Listening to Buck Owens.
Doot Doot Doot looking out my back door.

[D]Tambourines and elephants are p[C]laying in the b[G]and.
Won't you take a ride [Em]on the flyin' [D]spoon  Doot Doo Doo.
[G]Wondrous apparation [Em]provided by magician.
[C]Doot Doot [G]Doot looking [D]out my back [G]door.
Break: (Or replay 1st verse)

Tambourines and elephants, are playing in the band.
Won't you take a ride on the flyin' spoon Doot Doo Doo.

Bother me tomorrow, Today I'll find no sorrow.

Doot Doot Doot looking out my back door.

[G]  [F#]   [F]                                
[A]Forward troubles Illinois. [F#m]Lock the front door oh boy.
[D]Look at all the [A]happy creatures [E]dancing on and on.[E]  [D]  [Db]
[A]Bother me tomorrow. [F#m]Today I'll find no sorrow.
[D]Doot Doot [A]Doot looking [E]out my back [A]door.
(D[D]oot Doot D[A]oot looking o[E]ut my back d[A]oor.)
(I sing this part at the end)



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