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Enjoy it While You Can

words and music by Randy Sharp and Dave Kinnoin
©2017 With Any Luck Music (BMI) and Song Wizard Music (ASCAP)

verse one:
My name is Vladimir Flannery,
Son of Trina and Trish Tannery.
Each day we squish a mess of fish
Into cans here at the cannery.
The captain of our crew,
A cat named Dog-Man-Doo
That we call Mabel, licks each label.
She likes the taste of glue.

chorus:
Enjoy it while you can.
Enjoy it while you can.
Keep on squishin’ all those fish in
According to the plan.
As you pack them in the tin,
Hold on to your grin.
We work a lot, but here’s a thought:
Enjoy it while you can.

verse two:
One day…
Our quality surveyor felt
“There’s a problem on the conveyor belt.
Aunt Louise, hey, will you please
Be careful when you weigh yer smelt?
You put too much right here.”
Louise said, “Oh, my dear,
Aren’t you gruff?
How ‘bout I stuff
The excess in your ear?”

(repeat chorus)

Bridge:
Can, can all the time.
Did I ever mention I’m
Sick of crammin’ salmon,
All this jammin’, slammin’?
Maybe I should quit,
Simply put an end to it.
Break’s over — we all know
Still four hours left to go.

(repeat chorus)
outro
You need the check, so what the heck,
Enjoy it while you can.

Key of G
104 bpm
Intro: 4/4 | G | G | G | G |
Verse: | G | D | D | G D | G G7 | C Cm | G A7 | (slow down) Am A7 D7 |
Chorus: | (tempo) G D/F# | F E7 | 2/4E7 | 4/4Am Am/G | D/F# D D7/C |
| G D/F# | F E7 | 2/4E7 | 4/4Am G/B C A/C# | 2/4D D7/F# |
Turnaround: | 4/4G | G |
Verse
Chorus
Bridge: | Em Em/D | Cadd9 | Ebmaj7 | (slow down) Am7 D7 |
Chorus (tempo)
Chorus
Outro: | G D/F# | F E7 | 2/4E7 | 4/4Am G/B C A/C# | D D7/F# G ||

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Last Time I Was Here

words and music by Randy Sharp and Dave Kinnoin
©2017 With Any Luck Music (BMI) and Song Wizard Music (ASCAP)

verse one:
Last time I was here,
I knocked Aunt Zelda’s velvet Elvis
Off the wall onto the head
Of Mr. Barker, her old poodle,
Who ran around the house,
Came back and made a poodle puddle
On the face of velvet Elvis.
Then Aunt Zelda threw a fit.
I wonder if she’ll remember
Those things that happened
Last time I was here.

verse two:
Last time I was here
At the Adventure Quest Aquarium,
By accident, I leaned
Against a latch and freed the orcas,
And in the pandemonium,
Some folks fell in the water,
Ending up out in the ocean.
Everybody threw a fit.
I wonder if they’ll remember
Those things that happened
Last time I was here.

bridge:
There are lots of things that get forgotten,
So maybe my transgressions have been, too.
From the looks that I’ve been gettin’
From this crowd, I’m bettin’ that’s not true.

verse three:
Last time I was here
Inside the Dinosaur Museum,
It was obvious to me
That one small bone was out of kilter.
To do ’em all a favor,
I mighta nudged it just a little.
All the bones came tumblin’ down,
And everybody threw a fit.
I wonder if they’ll remember
Those things that happened
Last time I was here.

Key of A
85 bpm
Intro: 4/4 | A | E | E | A |
Verse: | A | E | E | A | A | E | E | A | D | A | E | A |
Verse
Bridge: | A7 | D | B | Em Em/D | C | B7 | E |
Solo: | A | E | B | E |
Verse
Outro: | D | A | E | A E | A ||

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Semolina

words and music by Randy Sharp and Dave Kinnoin
©2017 With Any Luck Music (BMI) and Song Wizard Music (ASCAP)

verse one:
Semolina, Semolina,
I know you’re hiding everywhere,
Semolina.
The chef’s gettin’ all the fame.
Seems like nobody even knows your name.
Semolina, oh, Semolina.

verse two:
Semolina, oh, Semolina,
You’re not the chaff or bran or germ,
Semolina.
You’re all that’s left behind.
Turning into flour can be a grind.
Semolina, oh, Semolina.

bridge:
You’re in my…
Rava dosa, couscous, basbora suji,
Semolina pudding, halawa, halvas,
Galaktoboureko, mannagrynsgrot,
Rava kesari, upma, harisa,
Helva, babousa, pistachio seera,
Kasza manna, halloumi saganaki,
Oh, and cream of wheat.

verse three:
Semolina, Semolina,
Clearly you’ve been around the world,
Semolina.
Think of all the palates you please
To wind up in so many recipes.
Semolina, oh, Semolina.

tag:
Semolina everywhere,
Hide if you want — we’ll find you there.

Key of A
140 bpm
Intro: 4/4 | A | A | A | A |
Verse 1: | A | D | A | D | A | D | A | D E | F#m | B | F#m | D E | A | D E | A | E |
Verse 2: | A | D | A | D | A | D | A | D E | F#m | B | F#m | D E | A | D E | A | A |
Bridge: | Bbmaj7 | Bbmaj7 | C | C | Ebmaj7 | Ebmaj7 | D | D | Ebmaj7 | Ebmaj7 | Bbmaj7 | Bbmaj7 | Gb | Gb | F | E |
Solo: | A | D | A | D | A | D | A | A |
Bridge
Verse 3: | A | D | A | D | A | D | A | D E | F#m | B | F#m | D E | A | D E | A | D E |
Outro: | A | D E | A | D E | A | D E | A | D E | A | A ||

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That Thing

words and music by Randy Sharp and Dave Kinnoin
©2017 With Any Luck Music (BMI) and Song Wizard Music (ASCAP)

intro:
We’ve had lots of good times
Since our first hello,
Turning into friends along the way.
Now we’re off on an adventure,
But before we go,
There’s just one thing that I’ve got to say:
Please don’t do that thing you always do.

verse one:
You know, that thing that’s really lame,
That thing that you should never do again. Ever.
You think it’s cool. Well, that’s a shame.
Try to fight the urge, I’m beggin’ you.
Please don’t do that thing you always do.

verse two:
You know, that thing that I just hate,
That thing you seem to think is fall-down funny.
Be strong — resist. Don’t take the bait.
I see it in your eyes you’re wanting to,
But please don’t do that thing you always do.

bridge:
How well I remember the first time you did it.
I faked a laugh, so I guess you thought
You prob’ly should do it a thousand times more.
It’s a beautiful treasure that all will adore.
You’d finally found something the world’s waiting for,
But let me assure you it’s not.

verse three:
You know, that thing. Yeah, that’s the one.
The one that makes me want to run away screamin’,
But I’ll gladly say, “What’s done is done,”
If you’ll give it up and get a clue
And please don’t do that thing you always do.
Please don’t do that thing you always do.

Key of D
108 bpm
Intro: 4/4 | (slow) D C#m | Bm A | F#m7 C#m7 | B | D C#m | Bm E A | B7 | E7 F/E E7 | (tempo) A G D/F# F | E7 A |
Verse: | D | A | E | A | C#7 | F#m | D Dm | A F#7 | D Dm A Adim | 2/4E7 |
Turnaround 1: | 4/4A G D/F# F | E7 A |
Verse
Turnaround 2: | 4/4A G D/F# F | 2/4E7 |
Bridge: | 4/4F#m F#m/F | F#m/E B7 | E E/Eb | 2/4E/D | 4/4C#7 | D7 | D7 | D#dim | D#dim | A G | F#7 | F#7 | D E |
Solo: | A G D/F# F | 2/4E7 4/4DDm A Adim | 2/4E7 | 4/4AG D/F# F | 2/4E7 | 4/4D Dm A Adim | E7 A |
Verse
Outro: | A G D/F# F | 2/4E7 | 4/4D Dm A Adim | 2/4E7 | 4/4A G D/F# F | 2/4E7 | 4/4D Dm A Adim | 2/4E7 | 4/4A G D/F# F | E7 A ||

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Squadoosh

words and music by Randy Sharp and Dave Kinnoin
©2017 With Any Luck Music (BMI) and Song Wizard Music (ASCAP)

verse one:
Who’s that hiding in the back of the closet
That moves just enough to make the floor creak?
Who’s that crouching over there in the shadows,
Staring at me when I sneak a peek?
I quietly reach for the lamp by my bed,
Knowing this might be the end.
I pull on the chain and uncover my head.
There in the light, what do I see?
An incredible sight as clear as can be…

chorus:
Squadoosh.
Now that’s my kind of monster.
I’m always so glad it’s him who comes to call.
Zilch, zip, zero — nada’s all he’s made of.
He’s nothin’, and nothin’s nothin’ to be afraid of at all.

verse two:
When there’s a mystery light on the ceiling,
A groan in the wall, a bump in the night,
A squeak down the hall, a scratch on the window,
I start out afraid, then remember it might
Just be my old buddy who likes to play tricks
With things that are not really there.
Make a boogeyman out of a few pops and clicks,
And though I get peeved that he keeps foolin’ me,
I’m always relieved, when it turns out to be…

(repeat chorus)

bridge:
Every time he fills my room
With some nocturnal transformation,
I guess I really oughta blame my own imagination.

(repeat chorus)

Key of Dm
110 bpm
Intro: 4/4 | (Sound Effects) |
Verse: | Dm7add9 | Gm7 | Bbmaj7 | 2/4Bbmaj7 | 4/4A7 | Dm7add9 | Gm7 | Bbmaj7 | 2/4Bbmaj7 | 4/4A7b9 |
| F#dim7 | Gm7 | G#dim7 | C | F#dim7 | Gm7 | G#dim7 | G#dim7 | G#dim7 | 2/4G#dim7 | 4/4A7 | Bb6 A7 |
Chorus: | Dm Dm/C | Dm/B Dm/Bb | Dm Dm/C | Dm/B Dm/Bb | Dm Dm/C | Dm/B Dm/Bb | A7(b6) | A7(b6) |
Turnaround 1: | Dm Dm/C | Dm/B Dm/Bb | Dm Dm/C | Dm/B Dm/Bb |
Verse
Chorus
Turnaround 2: | Dm Dm/C | Dm/B Dm/Bb |
Bridge: | G9 | G9 | C7 | A7 |
Solo: (chorus chords)
Chorus 3: | Dm Dm/C | Dm/B Dm/Bb | Dm Dm/C | Dm/B Dm/Bb | Dm Dm/C | Dm/B Dm/Bb | A7(b6) | (slow down) A7(b6) |
Chorus (tempo) (to fade)

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Not About

words and music by Randy Sharp and Dave Kinnoin
©2017 With Any Luck Music (BMI) and Song Wizard Music (ASCAP)

verse one:
This song is not about anything.
It’s just something I really wanted to sing.
This song is not about anything.

verse two:
This song is not about anyone.
Just something that we’re doin’ for fun.
This song is not about anything.

chorus one:
It’s not about the neighbors
Who never close their blinds
As if no one can see ’em
Scratchin’ their behinds.
This song is not about anything.

verse three:
This song is not about any place.
Just something to put a smile on your face.
This song is not about anything.

chorus two:
It’s not about my teacher
Who hoped nobody heard
When she finally lost it
And said that naughty word.
No, this song is not about anything.

bridge:
There isn’t any danger
Of ever running out
Of things we can come up with
This song is not about.

verse four:
This song is not about any time.
Just lookin’ for a reason to rhyme.
This song is not about anything.

chorus three:
It’s not about my grandpa
Who will suddenly appear
Kinda like those quarters
He keeps findin’ in my ear.
This song is not about anything.

124bpm
Key of A
Intro: 4/4 | A | D E | A | D E | A | D E | A | D E |
Verse 1: | A | D E | A | D E | F#m | D E | A | D E |
Verse 2: | A | D E | A | D E | F#m | D E | A | A |
Chorus 1: | D | Dm | A A/G# | 2/4A/G | 4/4F#7 | F#7 | Bm7 | E | A | D E |
Verse 3: | A | D E | A | D E | F#m | D E | A | A |
Chorus 2: | D | Dm | A A/G# | 2/4A/G | 4/4F#7 | F#7 | Bm7 | E | A | A |
Bridge: | F | C | Ab | E7 | E7 |
Solo: | A | D E | A | D E | F#m | D | F#m | D E |
Verse 4: | A | D E | A | D E | F#m | D E | A | A |
Chorus 3: | D | Dm | A A/G# | 2/4A/G | 4/4F#7 | F#7 | Bm7 | E | A | D E |
Outro: | A | D E | A | D E | A | D E | A | D E | A | D E | A | D E | A | D E | A ||

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Life on a Trampoline

words and music by Randy Sharp and Dave Kinnoin
©2017 With Any Luck Music (BMI) and Song Wizard Music (ASCAP)

verse one:
verse one:
Sometimes it’s just not fair
Bein’ as short as me.
Wonder what’s over there?
If I were taller, I could see.

chorus:
Life on a trampoline
Kinda makes you feel like you’re flyin’.
Things that I’ve never seen
Suddenly are there for the spyin’.
Life on a trampoline.

verse two:
Look at that puny wall
That used to could hold me in.
Now I’m high above it all,
Fillin’ the sky up with my grin.

(repeat chorus)

bridge:
Clouds and sparrows,
Bald heads and arrows
Pointing to who knows where.
Horizons are clearin’,
A new world’s appearin’,
When I’m up here in the air.
(repeat chorus)

Key of A (mostly)
109 bpm
Intro: 4/4 | (Sound Effects) | Eb | F | Eb | F |
Verse: | G | F#7 | Bm7b5 | E7 | C7 | F | Dm7 | E7 |
Chorus: | A | G/A | D/A | F G | A | G/A | D/A | F G | F G |
Turnaround: | Esus E | Esus E |
Verse
Chorus
Bridge: | Cmaj7 | Cmaj7 | Dmaj7 | Dmaj7 | F G | Cmaj7 Fmaj7 | Dm Dm7 |
Solo: | Eb | Fsus2 | Eb | Fsus2 | Eb | Fsus2 | Eb | F F#dim Gm G#dim | 2/4Am E7 |
Chorus 3: | 4/4A | G/A | D/A | F G | A | G/A | D/A | F G |
Chorus 4: | A | G/A | D/A | F G | A | G/A | D/A | F G | F G |
Turnaround:
Outro: | A | G/A | D/A | F F#dim Gm G#dim | Am E7 | A ||

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A Weird Thing Happened

words and music by Randy Sharp and Dave Kinnoin
©2017 With Any Luck Music (BMI) and Song Wizard Music (ASCAP)

verse one:
A weird thing happened
Just the other day:
I was out back playin’
In the usual way.
From a makeshift pitcher’s mound,
I was throwing a ball,
And the next one that I let fly
Curved up and over the wall.

verse two:
And then a weird thing happened:
The ball came sailin’ back.
At first I worried
That I was under attack.
I climbed out on a great big limb
To see what I could see,
And there, filled with surprise,
one eye
Looked up and right back at me.

bridge:
It was the strangest, hairiest,
Scariest creature
Licking its lips,
Or whatever those things were,
Starin’ at me with a
Neighbor-eating grin.
I climbed down fast
To save my skin.

verse three:
Then a weird thing happened:
As I raced for the kitchen door,
A voice said, “Hey, buddy,
Let’s play a little bit more.”
So I threw it the ball to keep it busy,
And before I knew,
I was havin’ a real good time
With a who-knows-what-or-who.

verse four:
Then a weird thing happened:
I heard its mamma call,
“Time to come in, Sonny.
Give it back its ball.
No tellin’ where it’s been.
You know that it’s rude.
I’ve told you a thousand times
Don’t play with your food.”

verse five:
Then a weird thing happened:
Somethin’ grabbed my head.
In the heat of battle,
I fell out of my bed.
I woke up dazed and scared,
But all I could recall
Was somethin’ about some kid and me
Throwin’ a ball.
outro:
A weird thing happened.

Key of G
136 bpm
Intro: 4/4 | (drums) | 2/4(drums) | 4/4Em Em/Eb | Em/D Em/Db | C | B | B | B | B |
Verse: | G | D C | G | D C | G | D C | G | D C | B7 | Em | B7 | Em | C | G | Eb7 | D7 | D7 |
Verse
Bridge: | Em Em/Eb | Em/D Em/Db | C | B | Em Em/Eb | Em/D Em/Db | C | B | B | B | B |
Verse
Solo: | Em Em/Eb | Em/D Em/Db | C | B | Em Em/Eb | Em/D Em/Db | C | B | B | B | B |
Verse 4: | G | D C | G | D C | G | D C | G | D C | B7 | Em | B7 | Em | C | G | (slow down) Eb7 | D7 |
Verse 5: | (tempo) G | D C | G | D C | G | D C | G | D C | B7 | Em | B7 | Em | C | G | Eb7 | D7 |
Outro: | G | D C | G | (slow down) D C | G ||

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So What If I Do?

words and music by Randy Sharp and Dave Kinnoin
©2017 With Any Luck Music (BMI) and Song Wizard Music (ASCAP)

verse one:
I pretend that we can fly,
Me and my dog, “The Mighty Ruff.”
We don our capes, take to the sky
To save the world and other stuff.
When you see me running ’round
The yard in towel and underwear,
Perhaps I like to leave the ground
For high adventures in the air.

chorus:
So what if I, what if I,
Whatta whatta what if I,
What if I, what if I, what if I do?
So what if I, what if I,
Whatta whatta what if I,
So what if I,
Whatta, whatta, what if it do?

verse two:
Sometimes I will make up songs.
They’re not all hits, but I don’t care.
I tell myself they’re sing-a-longs
Appreciated everywhere.
My latest effort speaks of cheese
And chandeliers and gopher guts,
The speed of light and Socrates,
And I always mention monkey butts.

chorus two:
So what if I, what if I,
Whatta whatta what if I,
What if I, what if I, what if I do?
So what if I, what if I,
Whatta whatta what if I,
What if I, whatta whatta what if I…

bridge:
Do things that make me
Seem very odd?
I’m glad I’m not an ordinary kid.

verse three:
I’m working on a smartphone app.
The icon is a gravy boat.
Use Bluetooth and a little tap
To find your missing mountain goat.
Or tap it twice to activate
The smell-detecting WonderSniff.
Should someone dare to flatulate,
I’ll track ’em down with just one whiff.

(repeat chorus)

outro:
Socrates eats his cheese
At the speed of light
Before the monkey butts
And gopher guts
Can spoil his appetite.
Then the mountain goats appear.
They like to come and balance
On his chandelier.
Ruff and me cautiously
Wander through the rooms
Armed with our WonderSniff
To warn us if
We’re near Socratic fumes.
And the mountain goats stay clear.
They know we’ve got an app
That helped us track ’em here.
Socrates eats his cheese
At the speed of light
Before the monkey butts
And gopher guts
Can spoil his appetite.
Then the mountain goats appear.
They like to come and balance
On his chandelier.

Key of D
180 bpm
Intro: 4/4 | G | C | G | G D | G | C | G | 2/4D | 4/4G | G |
Verse: | D | G | D | G | B7 | Em | A7 | D | D |
| D | G | D | G | B7 | Em | A7 | D | (slow down) G+ |
Chorus: | (tempo) G | C | G | G D | G G/B | C | G | 2/4D | 4/4G | G |
Verse
Chorus 2: | (tempo) G | C | G | G D | G G/B | C | G | 2/4D |
Bridge: | 4/4F | F | G | G | F | F | E | E | A | A |
Verse
Chorus 3: | (tempo) G | C | G | G D | G G/B | C | G | D |
| G | C | G | G D | G G/B | C | G | D G |
Outro: | 4/4E | E | E | E ||: E B | 2/4A | 4/4B | F#m E |
| 2/4B | 4/4A | A | B | A | B (third time to fade):||

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Betty Mumbles

words and music by Randy Sharp and Dave Kinnoin
©2017 With Any Luck Music (BMI) and Song Wizard Music (ASCAP)

verse one:
Betty mumbles,
So no one ever knows
If she’s sayin’ something brilliant
Or just talkin’ to her toes.
Betty mumbles.
Do you think she thinks it’s cool?
I hear she never talked like that
In elementary school.
Betty mumbles.
Her words could be profound,
But most the time
They’ve got a kind of
Mashed potato sound
’Cause Betty mumbles.

verse two:
Betty mumbles,
And every time we talk
It sounds a little like
Somebody trapped inside a sock.
Betty mumbles.
The most frustrating thing
About her
Is when I ask her to speak up,
She only mumbles louder.
Betty mumbles.
So I say, “Huh?” a lot.
She thinks I’m comprehendin’,
But most the time I’m not
’Cause Betty mumbles.

bridge one:
I heard her talkin’ to her BFF
Just the other day.
Her words were crystal clear
As she was jabberin’ away.
I didn’t mean to eavesdrop, but as They chatted and conferred,
It hit me…hmm…I was
Understandin’ every single word.

verse three:
Betty mumbles,
But when the class put on a play,
Betty started singin’,
And all that mumblin’ went away.
Betty mumbles.
One time I asked her why.
She either said,
“You’re sweet to ask”
Or “Eat a bug and die.”
Betty mumbles,
And it’s really quite a shame.
For the longest time I thought
That maybe Freddy was her name
’Cause Betty mumbles.

bridge two:
Well, I was talkin’ to her BFF
Just the other day,
And I asked her if she knew why
Betty talked to me that way.
“Well, could it be she likes you,
And she’s just a little shy?”
Hmm…could that really be
The reason why?

outro:
I’m gonna tell her that I think she’s great.
Maybe that’ll make her enunciate.
I surely hope that when I do
That I won’t start to mumble, too.
Betty mumbles, and now I know why.

Key of E
99 bpm
Intro: 4/4 | (Sound Effects) | E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 B7 |
Verse: | E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 | A7 | A7 | E7 | E7 | B7 | A7 | B7 | A7 | E7 | E7 |
Verse
Bridge: | A7 | A7 | E7 | E7 | A7 | A7 | F#7 | F#7 | E7 | E7 |
Solo: | E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 | A7 | A7 | E7 | E7 | B7 | A7 | E7 | E7 |
Verse
Bridge
Outro: | E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 |
| E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 | E7 ||

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Happy to Help

words and music by Randy Sharp and Dave Kinnoin
©2017 With Any Luck Music (BMI) and Song Wizard Music (ASCAP)

verse one:
Hey, pal. Hey, pal.
Whatcha doin’?
Not much, how ’bout you?
Thanks for askin’.
I’ve got too much to do.
I could really use
Some help today,
So, whaddya say?
Well, okay.

chorus:
I’d be happy to help,
Ready to go.
One little thing
That you oughta know:
I’m gonna be takin’ it slow —
I can’t get sweaty.
Doctor says I’ll have an attack.
One drop could put me
Flat on my back,
But anything else you need
And I’m your man
’Cause I’m happy to help you
Any way I can.

verse two:
Hey, pal. Hey, pal.
What I need
Can be done with your brain.
Save your body
Any cause to complain.
I could really use
Some help today,
So, whaddya say?
Well, okay.

chorus two:
I’d be happy to help tackle a chore —
Nothing that I’d rather do more.
But something I should mention Before we get too busy:
I am prone to mental collapse
If I should strain a single synapse,
But anything else you need
And I’m your man
’Cause I’m happy to help you
Any way I can.

bridge:
I hope you can feel my sincerity,
Always at hand, ever so true.
A friend such as myself is
Quite the rarity,
Yet, here I am. Lucky for you!

verse three:
Hey, pal. Hey, pal.
I just figured it out.
Tell ya what —
Turn around and kick yourself
In the butt.
If you really wanna make my day,
Whaddya say?
Well, okay.

chorus three:
I’d be happy to help, eager to please.
The only thing is, I have a disease —
Lifting my legs, bending my knees
Makes me gassy.
One little kick strategically put
Could blow off a toe, or even a foot,
But anything else you need and I’m your man
’Cause I’m happy to help you any way —
I’m always there to save the day —
I’m happy to help you any way I can.

Key of C# [note: guitar players may wish to play in C and capo up one fret]
113 bpm
Intro: 4/4 | C# | C# | C# | C# |
Verse: | C# | G# F# | C# | D#m G# | C# C#+ | F# F#m | C# | G# |
Chorus: | F# F#m | C# A#7 | D#m G# | C# C#sus4 C#(b5) C# | F# C#dim |
| Fm A#7 | D#m7 D#m/C# | G# | D#m7 G# | C# G# C# |
Verse
Chorus
Bridge: | F# | C#maj7 | D#m7 G# | C# | F# | C#maj7 | D#7 | G# |
Verse
Outro Chorus:
| F# F#m | C# A#7 | D#m G# | C# C#sus4 C#(b5) C# | F# C#dim | Fm A#7 | D#m7 D#m/C | G# | D#m7 G# | Fm A#7 | A#7 | D#m7 G# | C# G# C# ||

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We Don’t Share

words and music by Randy Sharp and Dave Kinnoin
©2017 With Any Luck Music (BMI) and Song Wizard Music (ASCAP)

verse one:
It looks like you have a piece of pie
Big enough for two,
And you know that’s my
Favorite thing in the world.
Before you eat it all
And leave me squat,
Here’s some food for thought:
What if someday somehow
We are forced to fight a dragon,
And you realize you left your
Trusty sword back in the wagon,
And just as I come running up to Offer you my spare,
That’s when I remember,
That’s when I remember…

chorus:
We don’t share.
We don’t share.
Go ahead and be that way.
That’s a game that two can play.
Maybe you’ll regret someday
That we don’t share.

verse two:
You sit and gloat as you watch TV,
Clutching the remote
And denying me
My favorite show in the world.
If you won’t give it up, just look What you’ll miss
By clickin’ on this:
What if we must solve
A differential equation,
And we’re runnin’ out of time Before the alien invasion.
We both get to the answer,
But I barely beat you there,
So I take all the credit.
I take all the credit ’cause…

chorus two:
We don’t share.
We don’t share.
I won’t help you,
You won’t help me —
That’s the kind of friends we’ll be.
Forget about camaraderie
‘Cause we don’t share.

bridge:
I’ll be your pal until you need me to
Give up something that matters to me.
You might forget,
And then I’ll remind you
It was your big idea…

chorus three:
We don’t share.
We don’t share.
What’s yours is yours,
What’s mine is mine.
If you’re okay with that, well, fine.
Even if it’s asinine,
We don’t share.

Key of D (mod. to E)
106 bpm
Intro: 4/4 | A D | A D | G G/F# | Em | A |
Verse: | A D | A D | A D | A D | G D/F# | Em | G D/F# | A | A |
| Bm | C7 | Bm | C7 | Edim7 | Bm Bm/A | Fdim7 | Fdim7 | E7 | E7 |
Chorus: | 2/4D | Fdim7 | Em | A | D | Fdim7 | Em | A |
| G | Gm | D | E7 | E7 | 3/4G D/F# D | 2/4E7 | E7 | G A | D | D |
Verse (tempo)
Chorus
Bridge: | 4/4C#7 | C#7 | F#m F#m(maj7) | F#m7 F#m(maj7) | B7 | B7 | G |
Outro Chorus: | 2/4E | Gdim7 | F#m | B | E | Gdim7 | F#m | B | (no tempo) A | Am | E | F#7 | (tempo) 3/4A E/G# E | 2/4F#7 | F#7 | A B | E ||

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