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Alexander's Rag Time Band

Found in AlexandersRagtimeBand.abc from the John Chambers abc collection
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Alexander's Rag Time Band words, music: Irving Berlin [1911] On, ma hon ey, Oh, ma hon ey, Bet ter hur ry and C C7 F let's me an der, Ain't you go in', Ain't you go in' G C C7 To the lead er man, rag ged me ter man? Oh, ma hon ey, D7 G C Oh, ma hon ey, Let me take you to Al ex an der's C7 F G (F) (C7) (B♭) grand stand, brass band, Ain't you com in' a long? C B♭ F D7 G7 C7 Come on and hear, come on and hear, Al ex CHORUS F /E Dm C7 an der's rag time band. Come on and hear. Come on and F C7 F B♭ /A hear. It's the best band in the land. They can Gm F7 B♭ B♭ play a bu gle call like you nev er heard be fore, F F So nat ur al that you want to go to war. That's just the F F C(G7) best est band what am, hon ey lamb. Come on a G7 C Gm C7 long. Come on a long. Let me take you by the F /E Dm C7 F C7 hand, up to the man, up to the man, who's the F B♭ /A Gm F7 lead er of the band. And if you care to hear the B♭ B♭ F7 Swa nee Riv er played in rag time, come on and (Cm) F7 B♭ G7 hear, come on and hear Al ex an der's rag time band. F D(m) G7 C7 F www.abcnotation.com/tunes

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