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					                                 TIPTOE THROUGH THE TULIPS
                                               Words by Al Dubin and Music by Joe Burke, 1926


   C                 G7              C - C7          F      Fm
Tiptoe through the window, by the window. That is where I’ll be
        C                 G7          C – F – C – G7
Come tiptoe, through the tulips with me.

  C             G7            C -C7        F     Fm
Tiptoe from a garden, from a garden, of a willow tree.
     C                    G7        C – F – C – C7
And tiptoe, through the tulips with me.

                       F             Em7          A7
                      Knee deep in flowers we’ll stray.
                            Em7        D7       G7
                      We’ll keep the showers away.

         C                 G7             C      -C7         F     Fm
And if I kiss you in the garden, in the moonlight, will you pardon me?
       C                    G7         C - F – C –G7
Come tiptoe, through the tulips with me.

                                                                    Instrumental Verse
                                                   C-G7-C-C7-F-Fm-C-G7-C-F-C-C7

                       F             Em7          A7
                      Knee deep in flowers we’ll stray.
                            Em7        D7       G7
                      We’ll keep the showers away.

         C                 G7             C     -C7          F     Fm
And if I kiss you in the garden, in the moonlight, will you pardon me?
       C                    G7         C – C7 – F – Fm – C – G7 – C/G7/C
Come tiptoe, through the tulips with me.



"Tiptoe Through the Tulips" is a popular song originally published in 1926. Versions by Nick Lucas
(#1); Jean Goldkette (#5); Johnny Marvin (#11); and Roy Fox (#18) charted in 1929. It featured in the
1929 film Gold Diggers of Broadway. The song was revived in 1968 by Tiny Tim, and charted at # 17
that year.

This Ukulele Society of America “Chord Sheet” is for education and personal enjoyment only. Selling this sheet or collecting a fee performing from this sheet without
the express written consent from the copyright owner(s) is strictly prohibited and punishable by law.
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Description: Toes of both feet close together is the ground, forced to lift the heel, then relax, repeat 20 to 30 times. Although simple, good results can be fitness. Tiptoe, the bilateral posterior lower leg muscles squeeze out every contraction of blood volume, cardiac output is roughly equivalent to the pulse of the heart. So, when you play chess, playing cards, playing computer or a long established fixed, it is best to do about 1 hour 1 tiptoe movement, can lower extremity blood flow back smoothly. And tiptoe exercise limbs and head can also eliminate the long standing with the brain and eyes suddenly focused and black, head faint defects.