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For Me and My Gal

Found in ForMeAndMyGal_Gw.abc from the John Chambers abc collection
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For Me and My Gal G.Meyer [1917] 3 The bells are ring ing for me and my gal, Am Em D7 G 3 The birds are sing ing for gal. Ev 'ry bod y's been Am D7 G know ing to a wed ding they're go ing, B7 (Em) B7 Em B7 and for weeks they've been sew ing, Em A Ev 'ry Su sie and Sal. They're con gre A7 D7 Fdim D7 3 gat ing for me and my gal, The par son's Am Em D7 G 3 wait ing for me and my gal. And some time Am D7 G D7 Gdim I'm goin' to build a lit tle home for two, for G7 Dm G three or four or more, In C Gdim Ddim 3 Love land for me and my gal. Am Em D7 G www.abcnotation.com/tunes

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