All Mixed Up


Transposer


             [Verse 1]
D                      G
You know this language that we speak
        A7                 D
Is part German, part Latin and part Greek
                                             G
With some Celtic and Arabic and Scandanavian all in the heap
A7                  D
Well amended by the people in the streets
G                   D            A7                     D
Choctaw gave us the word 'okay'; vamoose is a word from Mexico way
G                    D                A7            D
And all of this is a hint, I suspect, of what comes next


[Chorus]
                  G     A
I think that this whole world
D              A7         D
Soon, mama, my whole wide world
               G     A
Soon, mama, my whole world
D             A7        D
Soon gonna be get mixed up


[Verse 2]
D                      G
I like Polish sausage, I like Spanish rice
A7           D
Pizza pie is also nice
                        G
Corn and beans from the Indians here
A7                  D
Washed down by some German beer
G                       D               A7                   D
Marco Polo travelled by camel and pony, brought to Italy the first macaroni
G              D                      A7                D
And you and I, as well as we're able, put it all on the table


[Chorus]
                  G     A
I think that this whole world
D              A7         D
Soon, mama, my whole wide world
               G     A
Soon, mama, my whole world
D             A7        D
Soon gonna be get mixed up


[Verse 3]
                        G
There were no redheaded Irishmen
A7                        D
Before the vikings landed in Ireland
                    G
How many Romans had dark curly hair
A7                              D
Before they brought slaves from Africa?
G                      D             A7                       D
No race on Earth is completely pure, nor is anyone's mind and that's for sure
G                         D               A7      D
The winds mix the dust of every land, and so will man


[Chorus]
                  G     A
I think that this whole world
D              A7         D
Soon, mama, my whole wide world
               G     A
Soon, mama, my whole world
D             A7        D
Soon gonna be get mixed up


[Verse 4]
                             G
Oh this doesn't mean we will all be the same
A7                         D
We'll have different faces and different names
                         G
Long live many different kinds of races
A7                              D
And difference of opinion, that makes horse races
G                 D                          A7                       D
Just remember the rule about rules, brother; what's right with one is wrong with another
G                   D                A7        D
And take a tip from la belle France: vive la difference


[Chorus]
                  G     A
I think that this whole world
D              A7         D
Soon, mama, my whole wide world
               G     A
Soon, mama, my whole world
D             A7        D
Soon gonna be get mixed up


[Outro]
                  G     A
I think that this whole world
D              A7         D
Soon, mama, my whole wide world
               G     A
Soon, mama, my whole world
D             A7        D
Soon gonna be get mixed up
            

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