[D] [Em] [G] [D]
[D]"Only when I laugh, does it [Em]hurt."
The [G]doctor says, "Please, son, remove your [D]skirt."
[D]"I'd be [D]glad to comply, but I'm not [Em]wearing one."
The d[G]octor says, "That's strange, nor am [D]I."
A [D]scotsman throws a pole into the [Em]air
The [G]alderman all vote in some [D]affair
The [D]mayor, he abstained--and ain't that [Em]strange
He's [G]still a bachelor perhaps he's g[D]ay.
[Bm]A corpse is laid out neatly on a [C]slab
[G]Professor's working madly in his [D]lab
The [Bm]assistant files her nails and checks her [C]hair
There's [G]just a hint of danger in the [D]air
[D]There's just a hint of danger in the [Em]air
[G]No one is alarmed nor seems to [D]care
[D]Everyone is happy, we're all [Em]fine
[G]We all fall in love all the [D]time
[Bm]Yeah, we all fall in love from a [C]plane
With the [G]stewardess, she serves us in our [D]dreams
When we [Bm]wake, we find that it has [C]rained
When it [G]rains, it lulls us back to [D]sleep
So [D]rest your weary eyes and go to [Em]sleep
Or [G]rest your weary head and come to [D]me
[D]Move your lips and sing this lulla[Em]bye
[G]Move your lips and sing this lulla[D]bye