(Traditional) Last Updated 07/12/96
General Rules On Chord ChartsCHORUS : E Oh there ain't no bugs on me, B There ain't no bugs, on me B There may be bugs on some of you mugs E But there ain't no bugs on me. Well, the Juney bug comes in the month of June The lightning bug comes in May Bed bug comes just any old time But, they're not going to stay. Well, a bull frog sittin' on a lily pad Looking up at the sky The lily pad broke and the frog fell in He got water all in his eye...ball. Mosquito he fly high, Mosquito he fly low If old skeeter lands on me, He ain't a gonna fly no mo'. A peanut sittin' on a railroad track His heart was all a flutter. Along Came a choo-choo on the track Toot! Toot! Peanut butter! Well little bugs have littler bugs. Up on their backs to bite'em And the littler bugs have still littler bugs And so ad infinitum. As I went walking through the woods Humming a tune so gaily The wind came whistling through the trees And froze my ukulele. Oh there ain't no flies on me There ain't no flies on me There may be flies on some of you guys But there ain't no flies on me. Oh there ain't no lobsters on me There, ain't no lobsters on me There may be lobsters On some of you mobsters But there ain't no lobsters on me, Oh it ain't gonna rain no more no more It ain't gonna rain no more, How in the heck can I wash my neck When it ain't gonna rain no more? Oh it ain't gonna rain no more, no more It ain't gonna rain no more. How in the hell can the old folks tell If it ain't gonna rain no more?
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Ed Bick's Tab Archive, 1997