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John Prine

Wedding Day In Funeralville(Chords)

John Prine

Key: C
Introduction 
C 

Verse 
     C 
It's wedding day in Funeralville 
     F                    C 
Your soup spoon's on your right 
    C                   E7 
The King and Queen will alternate 
         F            G 
With the refrigerator light 
           F             C 
They'll be boxing on the T.V. show 
    F                 G 
The colored kids will sing 
   F               C 
Hooray for you and midnight's oil 
      F        G          C 
Let?s burn the whole damn thing 
F  G  C 

Verse 
  C 
Felicia is my dark horse girl 
     F              C 
I'll take her if it rains 
                     E7 
She throws up punch upon the host 
         F           G 
And says many stupid things 
        F                       C 
But she ain't so bad when we're all alone 
         F                G 
She's as different as can be 
        F 
She's a part a my heart 
         C 
Don'tcha pull us apart 
           F          G    C   F  C 
She's like one of the family 

Chorus G Oh no! Trouble in the attic F C F C Won't somebody turn on a light G Got so, so many troubles F C F C Can't even tell wrong from right C I'm gonna comb my hair C7 Darn my socks, tip my hat F And say goodnight C It's wedding day in Funeralville F G C What shall I wear tonight? C It's wedding Day in Funeralville F G C What shall I wear tonight?
Instrumental C C F C C E7 F G F C F G F C F G C Verse C My car is stuck in Washington F C And I cannot find out why E7 Come sit beside me on the swing F G And watch the angels cry F C It's anybody's ballgame F G It's everybody's fight F C And the streetlamp said as he nodded his head F G C F C It's lonesome out tonight
Chorus G Oh no! Trouble in the attic F C F C Won't somebody turn on a light G Got so, so many troubles F C F C Can't even tell wrong from right C I'm gonna comb my hair C7 Darn my socks, tip my hat F And say goodnight C It's wedding day in Funeralville F G C What shall I wear tonight? C It's wedding Day in Funeralville F G C F C What shall I wear tonight?

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