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From: The Novelty Songbook - 2nd Edition

Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polkadot Bikini


by

PAUL J. VANCE and LEE POCKRISS

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ITSY BITSY TEENIE WEENIE
YELLOW POLKADOT BIKINI
Words and Music by PAUL VANCE
and LEE POCKRISS

Brightly, with humor


B B
x x

N.C.

She was a - fraid to come out of the

Cm7 F7 Cm7 F7 B
x x x
3 3

lock - er, she was as nerv - ous as she could be; she was a -

E B Cm7 F7
xx x x
3

fraid to come out of the lock - er, she was a - fraid that some-bod - y would

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B F7 Cm7 Bdim
x x x x
3
N.C.

see. (Two, three, four, tell the peo - ple what she wore.) It was an

F7 B F7
x

it - sy bit - sy tee - nie wee - nie yel - low pol - ka - dot bi - ki - ni, that she wore for the

B F7 B
x x

first time to - day. An it - sy bit - sy tee - nie wee - nie yel - low pol - ka - dot bi - ki - ni,

F7 E B F7 B
xx x x

N.C.

so in the lock - er she want - ed to stay. (Two, three, four, stick a-round, well tell you more.) She was a -

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B Cm7 F7 Cm7 F7
x x x
3 3

fraid to come out in the o - pen, and so a blan - ket a - round her she
fraid to come out of the wa - ter, and I won - der what shes gon - na

B E B Cm7 F7
x xx x x
3

wore; she was a - fraid to come out in the o - pen, and so she sat bun-dled up on the
do; now shes a - fraid to come out of the wa -ter, and the poor lit - tle girls turn-ing

B F7 Cm7 Bdim F7
x x x x
3
N.C.

shore.
(Two, three, four, tell the peo-ple what she wore.) It was an it - sy bit - sy tee - nie wee-nie
blue.

B F7 B F7
x x

yel-low pol-ka-dot bi - ki - ni, that she wore for the first time to-day. An it - sy bit - sy tee-nie wee-nie

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B F7 E B F7 B
x xx x x

N.C.

blan - ket
yel - low pol - ka - dot bi - ki - ni, so in the she want - ed to stay. (Two,
wa - ter

2.
E B F7 B
xx x x

three, four, stick a - round, well tell you more.) Now shes a - want - ed to stay.

F7 B
x

From the lock-er to the blan - ket, from the blan-ket to the shore;

F7 B
x

from the shore to the wa - ter, guess there is - nt an - y more.

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