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Eddie Fisher - Oh! My Pa - Pa ( O Mein Papa) (Chord)
Submitter: aussief (67) on 6/4/12 2 comments
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  English words by John Turner and Geoffrey Parsons
  Original words and music by Paul Burkhard

G      Am7 G                  D7
Oh, my pa-pa, to me he was so wonderful
D7                             G    Am7  D7
Oh, my pa-pa, to me he was so good
G       Am7  G                     D7
No one could be, so gentle and so lovable
D7        Am7 D7               G
Oh, my pa-pa, he always understood

G                                       D
Gone are the days when he would take me on his knee
G                      F#7               Bm   D7
And with a smile he'd change my tears to laughter

G      Am7 G                 D7
Oh, my pa-pa, so funny, so adorable
D7                                G    Am7  D7
Always the clown so funny in his ways
G      Am7 G                   D7
Oh, my pa-pa, to me he was so wonderful
D7           Am7 D7              G    Am7  D7
Deep in my heart I miss him so today

G                                       D
Gone are the days when he would take me on his knee
G                      F#7               Bm   D7
And with a smile he'd change my tears to laughter
G      Am7 G                    D7
Oh, my pa-pa, to me he was so wonderful
D7           Am7 D7               G~~~~~~~~
Deep in my heart I miss him so today~~~~~~
          C6~~~~~~~~~
Oh, my pa-pa~~~~~~~~
          Am7~~~~~~~
Oh, my pa-pa ~~~~~~~
    D7    G~~~~~~~~~~
Oh, my pa-pa~~~~~~~~~

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great job on a classic golden oldie...
-microsysinc | 6/4/2012
#1 in the UK and #1 Billboard in 1954.
I remember it played often, on the
radio Hit Parade. Nice job. KK.
-kraziekhat | 6/5/2012
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