Skinnamarink (Sharon Hampson, Lois Lillienstein, and Bram Morrison.) Skinnamarinkydinkydink Skinnamarinkydoo I - Love - You!! Skinnamarinkydinkydink Skinnamarinkydoo I - Love - You!! I love you in the morning and in the afternoon I love you in the evening, underneath the moon Skinnamarinkydinkydink Skinnamarinkydoo I - Love - You!! (final add. phrase:) Skinnamarinkydoo, I - Love - You -- Too!! (Boop, boop, ee-doo) Chords (slash each line): G Gdim/G Gdim/ G Gdim D7 /Am7 D7 /Am7 D7/ Am7 D7 G/ (D7) G G7 C/A7 D D7/G Gdim /G E7/ A7 D7 G/ (final add. phrase:) G E7 A7 D7 G (D +7 G) copyright 1985 by Grand Trunk Music: note: The tune is a bit like a sliding vaudeville version of "Tea For Two", lots of rocking back and forth, canes out for the "I (beat, beat) Love (beat, beat) You". It is somewhat infectious (sort of like Barney vs. the Elephant (there is an Elephant on S, L, and Bram)). There are hand movements I have never learned, and I have never even seen the programme! I learned it at a campsing. I just know that when it is played, graduates of S,L, and B. light up and go to work. Vaudeville is not dead, It lives in the children's hour. PT PT OCT98
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