Corporal Clegg Chords

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A       C    D             A
Corporal Clegg had a wooden leg.
            E7 9
He won it in the war in nineteen forty-four.
A       C    D             A
Corporal Clegg had a medal, too,
               E7 9
In orange, red and blue. He found it in the zoo.
Bm                                 F#
Dear, oh dear, oh, are they really sad for me?
Bm                                  F#            D
Dear, oh, dear, oh, will they really laugh at me?
D                                  G
Missus Clegg, you must be proud of him.
D                              G
Missus Clegg, another drop of gin?

A Ab G D A7 D G D A7 D

A       C    D                A
Corporal Clegg, umbrella in the rain.
                E7 9
He's never been the same. No one is to blame.
A       C    D                        A
Corporal Clegg, received his medal in a dream
                  E7 9
From Her Majesty, the Queen. His boots were very clean.
D                                  G
Missus Clegg, you must be proud of him.
D                              D
Missus Clegg, another drop of gin?

A Ab G

D               A7
Corporal Clegg.
D
Corporal Clegg
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Published : 2017-06-07 11:06:53

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