Swimmin’ With the Wimmin’ by George Formby Guitar Chords

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Swimmin’ With the Wimmin’ by George Formby Guitar Chords


…SWIMMIN’ WITH THE WIMMIN’… by George Formby


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CAPO 3rd FRET

(Original Key: Bb)

N.B…Ukulele CHORD DIAGRAMS
follow the Guitar Tab

Intro:

E7 Am A7 D7,

Verse 1:

Now every year about July,
When summer time comes round,
There’s lots and lots of people,
At the seaside to be found.

Some play golf or tennis,
Others like to take a rest,
But here s the kind of exercise,
That I en-joy the best;

Chorus 1:

When I go swimin’ with the wimmin’,
Ee I do have a real good time.

Bobbing up and down in the water,
It comes just below my Mason Dixon line.

To see the ladies do their ex-[G+]er-cises,
You wouldn’t think that,
Half of them were slimming.

And when the girls stand up to sneeze,
You can see their housemaids knees.
If you go swimmin’ with the wimmin’.

Verse 2:

Now even when I am at home,
And working day to day,
I always do look forward,
To my half day holiday.

The people don’t invite me out,
They know my half day’s fixed,
I go out to the baths that day,
Be-cause the bathing’s mixed.

Chorus 2:

When I go swimin’ with the wimmin’,
Ee I do have a real good time.

Bobbing up and down in the water,
With a pretty girl,
Whose name is Ade-line.

You ought to see,
Her latest bath-[G+]ing costume;
It’s nothing but,
A little bit of trimming.

And what I took to be her face,
Turned out to be a different place,
When I went swimmin’ with the wimnin’.

Chorus 3:

One day I went in,
With some of my [G+]re-lations,
And someone went,
And pushed my Uncle Jim in.

He came up gasping,
For his breath and shouted;
“What a lovely death,
To die when swimmin’,
With the wimmin!'

Chorus 4:

Once I went swimmin’ with the wimmin’,
And I did feel a big soft thing.
A woman went and fainted in the water,
And where she disappeared it left a ring.

So I jumped in,
With nearly all [G+]my clothes on,
And swam until my eyesight,
Started dimming.

And after fighting for my life,
I found I’d gone and saved the wife,
So I’ve chucked swimmin’ with the wimmin’.

CHORD DIAGRAMS:


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020100 x02210 x02223 xx0212 320003 x32010 xx0101

[G+]
xx0232 x01023 323000 xx2323 321000 021200

UKULELE CHORDS


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1202 2000 0100 2223 0232 0003 1212 2220

[G+]
2334 0212 1212 0302 0312

Tabbed by Joel from cLuMsY, Bristol, England, 2005
(clumsyband@hotmail.com)


 

If you want to study George Formby Swimmin’ With the Wimmin’ guitar chords, The 5 chords we’ll look at are the C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major.
The reason we use all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords just lack tiny adjustments.
Each one of those minor chords is fully based on its major counterpart

The more you practice, the smooth guitar will feel to play Swimmin’ With the Wimmin’. Guitar is hard to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it.

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