Hill Benny - Wild Women Chords & Tabs


Wild Women Chords & Tabs

Hill Benny Chords & Tabs

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Wild Women Chords

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Date: Sat, 21 Feb 1998 22:05:31 -0800
From: Dennis Hiebert 
To: submissions OLGA 
Subject: /h/hill_benny/wild_women.crd

Title:   Wild Women
Artist:  Benny Hill
Chords:  C, F, G7

This song can be found on the CD "The World of Benny Hill - Benny Hill
Sings?" which includes 25 of his comedy classics.  It also appeared on
an old vinyl recording, "The Golden Hour of Benny Hill."

Now I [C]don't want you folks to misconstrue what [F]I'm about to say to
But I'm [C]gonna tell you about the [G7]women in my [C]life.
Now I [C]know some gals who are real refined, but I [F]always seem to get
   the other kind,
And [C]maybe that's why I've [G7]never found a [C]wife.

Now I [C]used to know a gal in Crew, she was [F]five foot two and eyes of
And, well [C]she told me [G7]that her name was [C]Lotty,
But I [C]think she was funny in the head 'cause she [F]used to sleep under-
   neath the bed,
Her [C]parents thought she [G7]was a little [C]potty.

But I [C]kind of liked the way she'd smile so I [F]went around with her for
   a while,
And I [C]kind of thought of [G7]her as my bride to [C]be,
I [C]said, "You're the one girl in my life and I'd [F]like to have you for
   my wife,"
She [C]said, "Now what would [G7]your wife do with [C]me?"
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Beware of [C]wild women, those [F]wild, wild women,
Those [C]wild, wild women a[G7]round.
Beware of [C]wild women, those [F]wild, wild women,
And [C]never ever [G7]let 'em get you [C]down.

One [C]day I met a movie star, she was [F]just getting out of her Rolls
   Royce car,
And [C]she was all covered in [G7]diamonds and [C]mink.
Now I [C]kind of liked a gal with money, and [F]this one, well, she was a
   real honey,
So I said, "[C]Maybe one day you and [G7]I could have a little [C]drink."

She [C]said, "You're just my kind of man."  She [F]stuck a phone number in
   my hand,
She said, "Now [C]phone me up next [G7]time that you're in [C]town."
I said, "Is [C]this your penthouse," she said, "No, it's the [F]fish and
   chip shop down below,
But [C]you just phone me [G7]up and they'll call me [C]down."


Now I was [C]in a Chelsea bar one day, and there was a [F]chap stood about
   five feet away,
And we was [C]both admiring a [G7]girl about twenty-[C]one,
I [C]said, "You just can't help but stare at that [F]cute little chick with
   the long blonde hair,"
He [C]said, "That chick just [G7]happens to be my [C]son."

I [C]said, "I didn't mean to offend, you [F]must let me make a mend,
I mean at [C]least let me [G7]buy you another [C]rum.
I said, "You [C]must think me an awful cad, I [F]didn't know you was his
He [C]said, "I'm not, you [G7]twit, I'm his [C]mom."

And [C]never ever [G7]let 'em get you [C]dow-[F]ow-[C]ow-[G7]ow-[C]own.

 Transcribed by Hoser