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Mack the knife  Bertolt Brecht

Well, the sha[C6]rk has pretty t[Dm]eeth dear, and he k[G7]eeps them pearly w[C6]hite

Just a jack[Am]knife has old [Dm]MacHeath dear, and he [G7]keeps it out of [C6]sight

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When the shark bites with his teeth dear, scarlet billows start to spread
Fancy gloves though wears old MacHeath dear, so there's never a
Trace of red

Sunday morning on the sidewalk, lies a body oozing life
And some one's creeping around the corner, could that some one
Be Mack the knife?

>From a tug boat on the river a cement bag's dropping down
The cement's just for the weight dear, I bet you Macky's back in town

Louis Miller disappeared dear, after drawing all his cash
And old MacHeath spends like a sailor, did our boy do someting rash?

Suky Tawdry, Jenny Diver, Polly Peachum and old Lucy Brown
Well, the line forms on the right girls, now that Macky's back in town!

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