Flanagan and Allen
Transposer

the Umbrella Man


Bud Flanagan & Chesney Allen


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Song : C
C
Toodle - luma luma
Toodle - luma luma
G7
Toodle - oh lay
Any umbrellas, any umbrellas
C
To mend today?
Cmaj7 C6 G
Bring your parasol, it may be small. It may be big
G7 F G7
He will fix them all on what you call a thing-a-ma-jig
C
Pitter patter patter!
Pitter patter patter!
G7
here comes the rain.
Let it pitter patter.
Let it pitter patter.
C
Don't mind the rain
C7 F Dm7
He'll mend your umbrellas, then go on his way
singing
C
Toodle - luma luma
G7
Toodle - oh lay
C
Toodle - luma luma
G7
Toodle - oh lay
C G7 C
Any umbrellas to mend today.
C7
When there's a lull
F
And things are dull
Fm C
He'll sharpen knives for all the wives
G7
In the neighborhood
C
And he's very good.
C7
He'll darn a sock
F
Or fix a clock
Fm
An apple cart
C
A broken heart --
G Dm7 G7
He'll mend anything but he'd much rather sing -
C
Toodle - luma luma
Toodle - luma luma
G7
Toodle - oh lay
Any umbrellas, any umbrellas
C
To mend today?

C7 F Dm7
He'll patch up your troubles, then go on his way
singing
C
Toodle - luma luma
G7
Toodle - oh lay
C
Toodle - luma luma
G7
Toodle - oh lay
C G7 C
Any umbrellas to mend today.


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