ukulele
                       
I'm gonna  
[G] be the man who  
[A] wakes up next to  
[D] you. 

[D] When I wake up, yeah, I know I'm gonna be, 

I'm gonna  
[G] be the man who  
[A] wakes up next to  
[D] you. 

[D] When I go out, yeah, I know I'm gonna be, 

I'm gonna  
[G] be the man who  
[A] goes along with  
[D] you. 

[D] If I get drunk, well I know I'm gonna be, 

I'm gonna  
[G] be the man who  
[A] gets drunk next to  
[D] you. 

[D] And if I haver, yeah, I know I'm gonna be, 

I'm gonna  
[G] be the man who's  
[A] havering to  
[D] you. 

[D] But I would walk 500 miles, and  
[G] I would walk  
[A] 500 more, 

Just to  
[D] be the man who walked 1,000  
[G] miles to fall down  
[A] at your door. 

[D] When I'm working, yeah, I know I'm gonna be, 

I'm gonna  
[G] be the man who's  
[A] working hard for  
[D] you. 

[D] And when the money, comes in for the work I do 

I'll pass  
[G] almost every  
[A] penny on to  
[D] you. 

[D] When I come home, oh I know I'm gonna be, 

I'm gonna  
[G] be the man who  
[A] comes back home to  
[D] you. 

[D] And if I grow old, well, I know I'm gonna be, 

I'm gonna  
[G] be the man who's  
[A] growing old with  
[D] you. 

[D] But I would walk 500 miles, and  
[G] I would walk  
[A] 500 more, 

Just to  
[D] be the man who walked 1,000  
[G] miles to fall down  
[A] at your door. 

Chorus 

[D] Ta la la ta (ta la la ta), ta la la ta (ta la la ta), la la la 

[G] ta, la la la la la  
[A] ta,la la la  
[D] la la 

Chorus again 

[D] When I'm lonely, well, I know I'm gonna be, 

I'm gonna  
[G] be the man who's  
[A] lonely without  
[D] you. 

[D] And when I'm dreaming, well, I know I'm gonna dream, 

I'm gonna  
[G] dream about the  
[A] time when I'm with  
[D] you. 

[D] When I go out, well I know I'm gonna be, 

I'm gonna  
[G] be the man who  
[A] goes along with  
[D] you. 

[D] And when I come home, well I know I'm gonna be, 

I'm gonna  
[G] be the man who  
[A] comes back home to  
[D] you. 

I'm gonna  
[Em] be the man who's  
[A] coming home to  
[D] you. 

[D] But I would walk 500 miles, and  
[G] I would walk  
[A] 500 more, 

Just to  
[D] be the man who walked 1,000  
[G] miles to fall down  
[A] at your door. 

Chorus 

Chorus again