She's waiting in the kitchen, Bonaparte is missing.
What a lovely day to find yourself all alone now.
He struggles in the hallway kicking up a storm.
Say, wouldn't it be nice to wander into the town now.

What a lovely day it's been
The countryside is so serene.

What we drank was Newkie Brown
It dulled our senses and made us drown
Now we have nothing much in common
Except the kids, and the house, and the horse, and the name.

He's beating up the Belgians. Someone aught to tell him.
Size is not a worry especially when you rule the world, now.
He's kipping in his sack, say, Frenchie's in a bad way.
Won't you let your hair hang down, you're a pretty girl now.

What a lovely day it's been
But think of poor old Josephine
(with the kids, and the house, and the horse, and the name)

What we drank was Newkie Brown
It dulled our senses and made us drown
Now we have nothing much in common
Except the kids, and the house, and the horse, and the name.

(middle 8)

What a lovely day it's been
But think of poor old Josephine
(with the kids, and the house, and the horse, and the name)

What we drank was Newkie Brown
It dulled our senses and made us drown
Now we have nothing much in common
Sod the kids, and the house, and the horse, and the name.

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Guitar Chords

(capo 5)
Verse: A Fm
Bridge: G D A, G D E
Chorus: A Em D G, A Em G D, E


Lyrics submitted by willia4

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