Hum and strum (do​-​do​-​do, that’s what I do)

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I hum, and strum, on my little ukulele when I’m blue

Do-do-do, that’s what I do, that’s what I do
I sing, and swing, on my little ukulele when I’m blue, do-do-do,
that’s what I do

It’s easy in the parlour, when I’m all alone -
there is only one thing makes me feel at home (What’s that?)
I hum and strum…
Now what’s the use of feelin’ blue?
That’s the last thing you should do, get yourself a little old friend
like I’ve got (He’s got)
What’s the use of mopin’ round,
when there’s not a soul around, get yourself a little
old friend like I’ve got (Yes sir!)

When Old Man Blues comes creepin’ round at night (Don’t scare me), there’s one thing that always treats me right (What’s that?)
I hum a little while and strum a little while,
on my little ukulele when I’m blue, do-do-do,
that’s what I do
I sing a little while and swing a little while,
on my little ukulele when I’m blue, do-do-do, that’s what I do…


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from Deep In Denial, released July 19, 2014

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