"Annie Fanny"
(based on the Hollywood Argyles' "Alley Oop" by
Dallas Frazier; parody lyrics by Lynn Easton)
Intro:
G D7 G G D7 G
/ / / / / / / / / / / / / / / /
Verse 1:
G D7 G
There's a chick in the magazine we all know
G D7 G
(Annie Fanny, yeah yeah so fine)
G D7 G
She's a swingin' little chick we all know
G D7 G
(Annie Fanny, yeah yeah so fine)
And what she's got she doesn't owe to luck
(Annie Fanny, yeah yeah so fine)
She owes it to a cat named Daddy Warbucks
(Annie Fanny, yeah yeah so fine)
She saves the world, there's no-one bolder
(Annie Fanny, yeah yeah so fine)
She does all this and never gets any older
(Annie Fanny, yeah yeah so fine)
Bridge:
F# G [N.C.]
(Annie Fanny) She does all this and you wouldn't surmise
B C [N.C.]
(Annie Fanny) This chick needs no disguise
Bb A [N.C.]
(Annie Fanny) Here's a thing that would be the prize
C# D [N.C.]
(Annie Fanny) To get Annie Fanny a pair of eyes
Verse 2:
When she's in trouble it's so handy
(Annie Fanny, yeah yeah so fine)
She always gets saved by a pooch named Sandy
(Annie Fanny, yeah yeah so fine)
But the dog's in trouble and it's a sin
(Annie Fanny, yeah yeah so fine)
He's as blind as Fanny, he needs contact lens
(Annie Fanny, yeah yeah so fine)
[repeat bridge]
Coda:
G D7 G
(Annie Fanny, yeah yeah so fine)
G D7 G
(Annie Fanny, yeah yeah so fine)
G D7 G [end cold]
(Annie Fanny, yeah yeah so fine)
-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers


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