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Interplanet Janet

Lynn Ahrens
Schoolhouse Rock, 1978

F G F G
They say our solar system is centered ’round the sun,
F G Am
Nine planets, large and small, parading by.
F G
But somewhere out in space,
C F
There’s an–other shining face
C F G Am GFG
That you might see some night up in the sky.

C D
Interplanet Janet, she’s a galaxy girl,
F G Fadd9 Em G7sus2
A solar system Ms. from a fu–ture world,
C F
She travels like a rocket with her comet team
G Fadd9 Em G7sus2 F G C
And there’s never been a planet Janet has–n’t seen,
G Fadd9 Em G7sus2 F G Am G
No, there’s never been a planet Janet has–n’t seen.

F G F G F G C
She’s been to the Sun, it’s a lot of fun, it’s a hot-spot, It’s a gas!
F G F G F G C
Hydro–gen and helium in a big, bright, glowing mass.
F G F A[ C FG
It’s a star, it’s a star! So Janet got an auto–graph!
C F
Mercury was near the Sun so Janet stopped by,
G Fadd9 Em G7sus2 Em G7sus2 C G
But the mercu–ry on Mercu–ry was much too high, so
C F
Janet split for Venus but on Venus she found
G Fadd9 Em G7sus2 F G Am G
She couldn’t see a thing for all the clouds a–round.
F G F G
Earth looked ex–citing, kind of green and in–viting,
F G C
So Janet thought she’d give it a go.
F G F G
But the creatures on that planet looked so very weird to Janet,
F G C
She didn’t even dare to say hel–lo.
F G F A[ C F G
“It’s a bird, it’s a plane! Why, it must be a U–F–O!” But it was:

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C D
Interplanet Janet, she’s a galaxy girl,
F G Fadd9 Em G7sus2
A solar system Ms. from a fu–ture world,
C F
She travels like a rocket with her comet team
G Fadd9 Em G7sus2 F G C
And there’s never been a planet Janet has–n’t seen,
G Fadd9 Em G7sus2 F G Am G
No, there’s never been a planet Janet has–n’t seen.
F G F C
Mars is red and Jupiter’s big
F C
And Saturn shows off its rings.
F G C D
U–ranus is built on a funny tilt
G
And Neptune is its twin,
G Fadd9 Em Fadd9 Em G7sus2 C FG
And Pluto, little Pluto, is the farthest planet from our sun.
F G F G
They say our solar sys–tem is not alone in space.
F G Am
The Universe has endless myster–y.
G F G C F
Some future astronaut may find out that what he’d thought
C F G Am GFG
A shooting star in–stead turned out to be. . .
C D
Interplanet Janet, she’s a galaxy girl,
F G Fadd9 Em G7sus2
A solar system Ms. from a fu–ture world,
C F
She travels like a rocket with her comet team
G Fadd9 Em G7sus2 F G C
And there’s never been a planet Janet has–n’t seen,
G Fadd9 Em G7sus2 F G A[ C
No, there’s never been a planet Janet has–n’t seen!

The chords are named as I would play them on a ’ukulele. If you want to play with others, substitute G7sus2 with Dm. Also on the
last line I play F at fret 3, G at fret 5, A[ at fret 6, and C at fret 7. Find them in a chord chart.