ukulele
     [A7]C:\inetpub\wwwroot\ukc\chord\ukulele\A7.png      [C]C:\inetpub\wwwroot\ukc\chord\ukulele\C.png      [C7]C:\inetpub\wwwroot\ukc\chord\ukulele\C7.png      [Cmaj7]C:\inetpub\wwwroot\ukc\chord\ukulele\Cmaj7.png      [D7]C:\inetpub\wwwroot\ukc\chord\ukulele\D7.png      [Dm]C:\inetpub\wwwroot\ukc\chord\ukulele\Dm.png      [E7]C:\inetpub\wwwroot\ukc\chord\ukulele\E7.png      [F]C:\inetpub\wwwroot\ukc\chord\ukulele\F.png      [G7]C:\inetpub\wwwroot\ukc\chord\ukulele\G7.png
Intro:  
[C] I like lazy wea 
[G7]ther,  
[C] I like lazy  
[G7] days 

[C] Can’t be blamed for  
[E7] having lazy  
[F] ways  
[A7] 

[Dm] Some old lazy  
[A7] river  
[Dm] sleeps beside my  
[A7] door 

[Dm] Whisp’ring to the  
[D7] sunlit  
[G7] shore… 

[A7] Up a lazy river by the old mill run 

That  
[D7] lazy, lazy river in the noon day sun 

[G7] Linger in the shade of a kind old tree 

[C] Throw away your  
[C7] troubles, dream a  
[D7] dream with  
[G7] me. 

[A7] Up a lazy river where the ro-bin’s song, 

[D7]wakes a bright new morning, we can loaf a- long 

[F] Blue skies up a 
[D7]bove,  
[C] every 
[Cmaj7]one’s  
[C7] in  
[A7] love, 

[D7] Up a lazy  
[G7] river, how  
[C] happy  
[Cmaj7] you  
[C7] can  
[A7] be, 

[D7] Up a lazy  
[G7] river, with  
[C] me.  
[G7]  
[C] 

Repeat song, increasing tempo.