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Watching Scotty Grow by Mac Davis Ukulele Chords


Intro: D C D C

Verse 1:

There he sits with a pen and a yellow pad
He?s a handsome lad, that?s my boy[Dsus/D/Asus/D]
P, R, L, F, Q spells Mom and Dad
Well, that ain?t too bad ?cause that?s my boy[Dsus/D/Asus]

Chorus 1:
Well, you can have your T.V. and your nightclubs[Dsus/D/Asus]
You can have your drive-in picture shows[Dsus/D/Asus]
I?ll sit here and drink a beer and listen to the radio
B[G/]idin? my time and [A/]Watchin? Scotty Grow

Verse 2:
Makin? castles out of building blocks
And a cardboard box, that?s my boy[Dsus/D/Asus/D]
Mickey Mouse says it?s thirteen o?clock
Well, that?s quite a shock but, that?s my boy[Dsus/D/Asus]

Chorus 2:
In four short years I?ve grown from rags to riches[Dsus/D/Asus]
And what I did before that I don?t know[Dsus/D/Asus]
Well, you can let it rain on my window pane I got my own rainbow
And we?re just [G/]sittin? here shinin? [A/]Watchin? Scotty Grow

Verse 3:
Up on Daddy?s shoulders and off to bed
Ol? sleepy head that?s my boy[Dsus/D/Asus/D]
Gotta have a drink of water and a story read
An old teddy bear named ?Fred? that?s by boy[Dsus/D/Asus]

Chorus 3:
Well, what?s that you say Mama, ?Come on and keep your feet warm?[Dsus/D/Asus]
Save me a place I?ll be there in a minute or so,[Dsus/D/Asus]
I think I?ll stay right here and say a little prayer before I go
?Cause [G/]me and God are [A/]Watchin? Scotty Grow
[G/]Me and God are [A/]Watchin? Scotty Grow[D/]

To play the most songs, including Watching Scotty Grow by Mac Davis by ukulele, the most important basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord.
These set you up to play a a lot of songs, and each of them is easy to master.