CYou'll find happy hearts, and Fsmiling faces And Ctolerance for the Fethnic races - in BDenton. Harry: CYou'll find a rambling rose and a Fpicket fence. Emily: CTenderness, and Finnocence - in C6Denton. Cop: You'll find Fconference rooms and a children's playground. (locks jail cell door CDenton is a real okay town. (makes okay sign, walks to the T)Standard guitar tuning:EADGBENo capo
F GCCivic pride and civic duty and Denton girls are (wolf whisltes) full of beauty. Chrldrs: GYou may call us the goodie goodie two shoeswe're here to cheer you with the good news that D-E-N-T-O-N gets T-E-NThats ten out of ten! Ralph: GIf you're looking for a life of leisure (points to audience). Macy: You're Fgonna get a whole lot to please ya. Ralph: CAgain and again Macy: DAnd again and again Both: GAnd again! (Ralph and Macy shrug)
AudCDenton, Denton, you've got Fno pretension
C G CYouF're where the heart is you're okay! Denton, Denton, I'd just like to mention, You're Cthe home of youth. You're America's truth. You're Denton, Denton,F USA! Emily: B♭This is the Mecca of America. Harry: FThe Bethlehem of the west. Emily: B♭This is the birthplace of the virtuous. Harry: FThe home of (clips bush with scissors) happiness. Macy: CLeisure wise, we're Fsure you will adapt. Ralph: (To left phone) CEnjoy your stay. (To right phone) Have a haFppy holiday. Chrldrs: And we'll Gall put Denton, Denton on theC map.
AudCDenton, Denton, you've got Fno pretension You're Cwhere the heart is you're Gokay! CDenton, Denton, I'd just Flike to mention You're Cthe home of youth. You're America's truth. You're Denton, Denton FUSA!
C♯ F♯ C♯Denton, DenA♭ton, you've got no pretension you're where the heart is you're okay! C♯Denton, Denton, I'd just F♯like to mention. You're (Brad , messes up his clap) C♯The acceptable face, of the human race. You're Denton, Denton F♯USA! C♯ Bitchin in the Kitchen: Brad: B♭6Dear E♭blender oh won't you A♭help a first B♭offender B♭6Oh, E♭toaster don't you A♭put the burn on B♭me. B♭RefrigerA♭ator, why are we always sooner or E♭later? A♭Bitchin in the kitchen or B♭crying in the bedroom all E♭night. B♭6Dear E♭knife drawer, now won't you A♭help me to face B♭life more B♭6Oh, E♭trash can, don't you A♭put the dirt on B♭me. B♭Oh, perculA♭ator, why are we always sooner or E♭later? A♭Bitchin in the kitchen or B♭crying in the bedroom all E♭night. Janet: FmEverything used to be Gmokay, but A♭I've been had, and FmBrad, I'm glad to say is Gmon his A♭mway. B♭ B♭Micro digital aA♭waker, why are we always sooner or E♭later? A♭Bitchin in the kitchen or B♭crying in the bedroom all E♭night. B♭6Shower E♭curtain, oh won't you A♭help me to be B♭certain. B♭6Oh, E♭toothpaste, don't you A♭put the squeeze on E♭me. B♭DepiliA♭tator, why are we always sooner or E♭later? A♭Bitchin in the kitchen or B♭crying in the bedroom all E♭night. Reprise Janet: B♭Tell me specA♭tator, why are we always sooner or E♭later?
A♭ B♭ E♭E♭Bitchin in the kitchen or crying in the bedroom all night. In my own Way: Janet: DmIf only you knew how to Emwin some prizes DmIf only you knew how to Gmplay GmIf you could sleep nights Fmand stop your crying Then you Emmight find out I still love you in my own Dmway DmIf thats not enough then I am Emso sorry I met you It was Dmalmost like leading you Gmon GmBut there's more to it all Fmthen just wringling your heart out over Emsomething That keeps on going Dmwrong A♭So don't tell me you love me B♭How am I supposed to know what that means? No A♭mdon't sell emotion. You A♭mcan't find devotion If your Fmfalling apart at the Gmseams DmI hope that you smile when you Emreach your conclusion DmI hope that you'll know just what to Gmsay GmBut if it should mean Fmthat the party is over You should Emknow that I still love you You should Gmknow that I still love you You should Emknow that I still love you in my own Dmway. CmIn my own Dmway. CmIn my own Dmway. CmIn my own Dmway. Thank God I'm a Man: Harry: A mB♭man should call the Cmtoss, wear the E♭pants and be the B♭boss! A B♭mman should be the Cmdrake for his E♭own damn B♭sake! And B♭mmen should be the Cmmisters, and the E♭masters of their B♭sisters! A B♭mman should be the Cmreason for a E♭heart to B♭break! Mrnes: So, be Gmoral. Don't quarrel. FFair and square is Dbest. Women: Let me Galert you that virtue won't hurt you or desert you. Men: If Gyou wear Fhair on your Dchest.
AudSo Dalways remEember to Ffollow the Grules. Mrnes: DBox clever. Men: DJock's never. Harry:
N.C. B♭m CmCm(takes off golf hat) Hock another jock's tools! A mB♭man should wax a Cmcar, and fix a E♭fuse and tend a B♭bar! A B♭mman should like his Cmbrow to be E♭wet with B♭sweat! And should B♭mknow the right Cmoccasions to E♭indulge in tax B♭evasions! A B♭mman should know the Cmsettings that his E♭spark plugs B♭get! B♭mFaggots are Cmmaggots! Thank E♭mGod I'm a D7man. Farley's Song: Farley:
C D FOh why aren'Ct they doing tomorrow's new dance steps? The way they used to yesterday? And Cwho draws a perfect Dcircle Eanymore?
C DAnEd if you're waitingC for greatness to shake hands with you, you'd better daydream your away. CI've only wanted one Dthing and that's for Csure. Choir:
C D CYou'reD not just looking at a fast food king, just another well known face CYou're not looking at a Dking of Canything.
AnsaFarley: I'm gonna Cshoot for the moon, I'm gonna Dplay high noon. I'm gonna Ctake on the entire human Drace. Choir: CYou're not looking at a Dking. Farley: N.C.You're looking at an aDce!
C D EI've seen Cthe sight and I've seen the light and I'm gonna see the coming day. When the Csun in the sky is a Dspotlight just for Cme.
C D EI'm gonna takCe some time and rock some rhyme. Oh its gonna take you breath away. You'll be the Cfront page rage of the Dage just wait and Csee. Choir:
C D CYou'rDe not just looking at a fast food king just another well known face CYou're not looking at a Dking of anyCthing. Farley: We're gonna Cshoot for the moon, we're gonna Dplay high noon. We're gonna Ctake on the entire human Drace. Choir: CYou're not looking at a Dking. Farley: Oh Gno Ano B♭no Cno - you're looking at an Dace! Choir: DYou're looking at an Cace! Farley: You're looking at a Goddamn ace! Choir: DYou're looking at an Cace! Farley: You're looking at an ace! Choir: DYou're looking at an Cace! Farley:
C DYou're looking at an A-A-A-A-ace! Lullaby: Nation:
Cm Dm CmI feel the heB♭mat from your skin and the stubble in your chin, you're no good.
CosmoYou're no good.Cm Nation:
Cm Dm CmYou've gB♭mot dirt on your hands and everybody understands, you'e no good.
CosmoYou're no good.Cm Nation: Oh what a E♭mjoke.
CosmoWhat a joke. Nation: You feel like Dmchoking. You play for E♭mbroke.
CosmoYou play for broke. Nation: He'll leave you Dmsmoking.
CosmoOh, roDmance is not a Dmchildren's E♭mgame. (Whip) Nation: But you E♭mkeep going Dmback. It's Dmdriving E♭myou insaDmne. Janet:
C D Dm CDrift into the TreacCle deep. Slip into its silent depths (whisper) go to sleep.
C D Dm CWB♭ith your everything akimbo. Float into the sandman's limbo. Ansalong: CNight night. Ricky: Night night. Ansalong: It's time for B♭bye bye. Its been a Dmgreat day Gthanks a Cheap. Now it'sC time for every Dmone to go to Csleep.Dm
C B♭ DmNight nCight. It's time for bye bye. Its been a great day, thanks a heap. Now it's Ctime for every Dmone to go to Csleep.Dm Cm Little Black Dress:
D C DEver sDince I was a little boy dressing up has always been my greatest joy.
D C DBut Fwhen it's time to be discreet there's one thing you just can't beat and thats a Dstrapless backless Cclassical little black Ddress.
C DFirstC you go rip, rip, rip, then you go snip, snip, snip, then you whip in a zip,
F Czip, zip Dand slit it up to the hip, hip, hip and as you strip, strip, strip, you shiver, Equiver, Ffor that soft Gcaress as you Cslip, slip, slip Dinto that little black dress. Nation: Ah, Hoopla Bert:
D C DEver Csince I was the eina kleiner Herren it was the cordon bleu for which I am most Dcaring.
D C DAnd the one taDste treat so sweet that really can't be beat is what we have ya how you are Ccaviar, that little black Dmess.
CosmoHey! Viola! Janet: Well first you go Crip, rip, rip, then you go Dsnip, snip, snip, then you whip in a
C Fzip, zip, zip. Split iDt up to Fthe hip, hip, hip, then as you strip, strip, strip, you shiver
F G C Dfor that soft caress as youC slip, slip, slip into that little black dress. That minimal (minimal) Dcriminal (criminal) siniful, little black Ddress. Nation: Let's Eface it Mac that Fbasic black is Ecoming back. Bert: Let's Eface it Mac that Fbasic black is Ecoming back. Both: Let's Eface it Mac that Fbasic black is Ecoming back. Janet:
C D CThat Dminimal ( minimal ) criminal ( criminal ) siniful Little Black Dress. Me of Me: Janet: EThere's just the two of me aGlone at last together, EWe've got the luck so far, GWe are my lucky Dstar DDeep in the Cheart of me, I love every Dpart of me, All I can Csee in me is the danger and Decstasy. One thing there Ccouldn't be, is anymore Dme in me. Chldrs: This is the CMe of Me, CMe Me DMe! Janet: CMe MDe, CMe Me DMe, CMe Me DMe. DI am my Cdestiny Je Dcroie en toCujour en moi. Ha! Ha! Ha! I'd never Dlie to me.
D CI'd be Dwilling to die for moi. I'll pray every day to me, and here's what I'd says to me, Chldrs: This is the Cme of me, CMe Me DMe Janet:
C D C D C D
D C D C D CDMe Me, Me Me Me, Me Me Me, Me Me Me, Ohh Me Me, Me Me Me, Ohhhh Me Me CLook at Dme Moi Moi E C Shock Treatment:
D C D CI'm nDot a locumC with motDives to suture myself, I've been a cynic for too many years.
D C D Cplaying doctorC and nurse it can't be good for your health I've seen clinics, with those Cgimmicks in TangDiers. Nation:
D C D CDBut if you opCen you heart to a smooth operator, He'll take you for all that
D D C DyCou've got, he'Cll hand you a curse that'll be with you later. It'll shake ya the way he takes Coff like a Dshot.
B DYou need aE bit of. . . Oooh Shock Treatment, yes you're jumping like a real live wire.
B CYoDu need a bit of. . . Oooh Shock Treatment so look out mister, don't you blow your last resCistor for a Dvista that'll mCystifDy ya! Anslng:
D C D CYou're blinDded by roCmance you'rDe blinded by science. You're condition is critically grave.
D C D CBut don't expect mercy fromC such an alliance. Suspicion of traditions so new wave.
B DYou needE a bit of. . . Oooh Shock Treatment yes you're jumping like a real live wire.
B CYouD need a bit of. . . Oooh Shock Treatment, so look out mister, don't you blow
C D C DEyour laFst resiGstor. For a vista that'll certify ya! Fy ya, fy ya, fy ya! Looking for Trade: Janet: CmI'm on a cul de sac and I gotta go back. DmSo come on feet Cmwe're gonna hit the streets. FmWe've got it made, CmI'm looking for trade Brad: (I,in wheelchair om terminal ward) I'm looking for love.Fm Gm Am Janet: CmI'm looking for trade. I need some Fmyoung blood, I need some young blood I need it Cmnow. FmI need some young blood I need some young blood Bnd&J: And Gmwe're gonna Amget it someGmhow. Janet: CmI'm on a dead end street. I'm like a dog in heat. AmI'm like a kid with no toys. CmI wanna get those boys. FmOhhh I can'y delay. CmI'm looking for trade. Brad: I'm looking for FmloveEm. Dm Janet: CmI'm looking for trade. FOh we're all living like there's no tomorrow and the
Gm Fm Gmway things aFmre going that's probably true. But without you and me sis the world would to pieces, Veha GmCava whos the raver?
BandAmOur raving savior that's you. Janet: CmI'm on a primrose path. I'm looking for a little laugh. AmRemember its no fun, Cmto be the chosen one. FmThere are games to be played. CmLooking for trade. Brad: I'm looking for FmloveGm. Am Janet: CmI'm looking for trade. I need some Fmyoung blood. I need some young blood. I
Cm FGmneed it noDmw. OhhGm! I need some young blood, I need some young blood and I'm gonna get it somehow. GmI'm looking for Cmtrade. Look What I did to my Id: Emily: Like a viErgin with an urgin in a surgery, I'll be swinging I'llD be bringing out the nurse in me. Harry:
E DThe art will start when I play my Epart, as a healer who will steal your heart Both:
C D E COh Dlook what I dGid to my ID, oh look what I did to my ID
CosmoFWith neurosis in perfusion Nation: And psychosis in your soul E
CosmoDEliminate confusion Both: And hide inside a brand new role E Macy: ELike a good time girl I'm gonna try some new tricks D E Ralph: DThis could be the start of a whole newC career D Macy: EGot a deep plumb lipstick and some therapeutics C D Ralph: DThis could take us to a town that's nowhere near Chere D Anslng: EGot some heartfelt symptoms and I'm feeling sneaky F E Ricky: DYoung male intern tall andC handsome D Anslng: EGot my hems so high they'll think I'm being cheeky F E Ricky: DLegs like mine were really made for dancing E All: EOh oh oh. HeyE hey hey! C&N:
D E D
DWhen heavens in the Emusic, Hell is in cDontrol. The angel's lost the voices but the Devil's got Rock and Roll!E All:
D E DWe may look like we're phony medics but we Ctook our look from a book by Frederick's oh look
D G Cwhat I did Gto my ID - ID. Oh look what I did to my ID. Breaking Out: Oscar:
D C DI knoCw howD it feels to be cooling my heels. I've been down on them long enough.
D C DBut if I take to theCm now then maybe somehow, you'll see through the bluff I'm not it Dtough. I've been a Dlifetime on deposit and that's a Elong time in the closet and if you Dsay to me how Cwas it?
C D CIt wasC a hard FtakiFng that heart breaking God forsaken route. But I'm buh buh Gbuh Dbuh Bbuh Cbuh Cbreaking Dout!
D C DYCou may sDay that you choose to be in my shoes well look what it did for me. DI got buried alive. I don't Cthrive on that jive. DLook and you'll see that the spikes Cdon't fit Dme. I've been a Dlifetime on deposit and that's a Clong time in the closet and if you Dsay to me, how Cwas it?
C D CIt was hard taFkingG that heart breaking God forsaken route. But I'm buh buh Dbuh Bbuh Cbuh Cbuh CBreaking Dout! CBreaking Dout!
AudCBreaking outD. Oscar: CBreaking Dout!
AudCBreaking Dout! Oscar: DUngh! Anyhow, Anyhow: Brad: E♭Some people do it for comFpassion. Janet: B♭Some people do it for the E♭fashion. Brad: E♭Some people do it to be fFunny. Janet: B♭Some people do it for the E♭money. Oliver: E♭Some people do it for enFslavement. Betty: B♭Some people do it on the E♭pavement. Oliver: But . . . All: E♭We're gonna do it anyhow, anyhow. FWe're gonna do it anyhow, anyhow. CWe're gonna do it. No matter how the wind is Dblowing. FWe're gonna do it anyhow, anyhow. GWe're gonna do it anyhow, anyhow. E♭We're gonna do it. FWe just gotta keep going. BD and JT: E♭Some people do it for each Fother. BT and OL: B♭Some people do it for their E♭lover. BD and JT: E♭Some people do it for imFprovement. BT and OL: B♭Some people do it for the E♭movement. BD and JT: E♭Some people do it for enFjoyment. BT and OL: B♭Some people do it for E♭employment. Oliver: But. . . All: E♭We're gonna do it anyhow, anyhow. FWe're gonna do it anyhow, anyhow. CWe're gonna do it. No matter, how the wind is Dblowing. FWe're gonna do it anyhow, anyhow. GWe're gonna do it anyhow, anyhow. E♭We're gonna do it. FWe just gotta keep going. Sorry, can't get the Duel Duet. I'll probably tab it myself.
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