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From: “Hairspray” Good Morning Baltimore by MARC SHAIMAN Lyrics by: MARC SHAIMAN and SCOTT WITTMAN Published Under License From Winding Brook Way Music © 2000 WINDING BROOK WAY MUSIC and WALLI WOO ENTERTAINMENT This Arrangement © 2007 WINDING BROOK WAY MUSIC and WALLI WOO ENTERTAINMENT All Rights Reserved NOTICE: Purchasers of this musical file are entitled to use it for their personal enjoyment and musical fulfillment. However, any duplication, adaptation, arranging and/or transmission of this copyrighted music requires the written consent of the copyright owner(s) and of Winding Brook Way Music. Unauthorized uses are infringements of the copyright laws of the United States and other countries and may subject the user to civil and/or criminal penalties. ! musicnotes.com GOOD MORNING BALTIMORE Lyrics by Music by MARC SHAIMAN and MARC SHAIMAN SCOTT WITTMAN Medium ’60s rock =132 ooo x B xo o x/Boo ooo ExGoo x o o Tracy: 3 3 1. Oh, oh, oh, woke up to -yad feel-ing the way I 2. Oh, oh, oh, look at my hair. What “do” can com -p r with 3 3 C m/B B E E/G x x o x ooo x oo 3 3 sal y a- w do. Oh, oh, oh, hun-gry for some-thingthat mine to -day? Oh, oh, oh, I’ve got my hair-spray and 3 3 A m7( 5) G 7/B x x Fx x x x x m 4 4 3 3 I can’t eat. Then I hear that beat. That rhy-thm of town starts ra i - d -.o I’m read -y to go. The rats on the street all 3 3 3 2000 WINDING BROOK WAY MUSIC and WALLI WOO ENTERTAINMENT This Arrangemen2007 WINDING BROOK WAY MUSIC and WALLI WOO ENTERTAINMENT All Rights Reserved ! musicnotes.com Compliments of musicnotes.com 2 Am/C C7 E/B A m7( 5) x x x o x oo x x Fx x 4 3 3 3 call -gi me down. It’s like a mes-sage from high a -ob dance ’round my feet. They seem to say, “Tra -cy, it’s up to you.” 3 3 3 E/B B E/B A F m9 x oo x x oo xo o 3 3 3 3 oh, oh, oh, pull -ing me out to the smiles and the streets that I So, oh, oh, don’t hold me back, ’cause to -yad all my dreams will come 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 E E/B B7 2 E ooo x oo xo Esuxo x ooo 3 3 love. Good morn -,ni Bal i-t -mer! Ev -r’ day’s like an true. Good morn -,ni Bal i-t -mer! There’s the flash -er who 3 3 A(9) A Esus E xo o xo o ooo ooo 3 3 on e - p door. Ev -yr’ night is a fan a - t -.s lives next door. There’s the bum on his baro o - r stool. 3 3 ! musicnotes.com Compliments of musicnotes.com 3 E/B xsus B E/B B7 x oo x x oo xo 3 3 Ev y-r’ sound’s like a sym o h- p -ny. Good morn - ing, They wish me luck on my way to school. 3 3 2 Esus 4 E E7/D A/C xo x ooo xx ooo x x 3 3 3 Bal i-t -mre! And some - day when I take to the floor, the 3 3 3 Am/C E/B B x x x oo x 3 3 3 world’s gon-na wake up and see Bal - ti - more and 3 3 3 1. E E/D A/C ooo xx o oo x x me. 3 3 ! musicnotes.com Compliments of musicnotes.com 4 F /A E/B B A x x x oo x x o o 4 3 3 2. E C ooo x o o 3 me. w o n I k ev-’ry step, I 3 G/B Am7 Am/B G/B x oo x xo o o x o x oo x 3 3 know ev-’ry song. I know there’s a place where I be-long. I 3 3 D A/C Bm7 A/C oxx x x x x x 3 3 3 3 3 see all those par - ty lights shin -ing a - head. So some -one in - vite me be - 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 ! musicnotes.com Compliments of musicnotes.com 5 Bsus B E x x ooo 3 fore!oaIredd So, oh, oh, 3 3 3 E/G A C m/B B A x oo x o o x x o x xo o 3 3 give me a chance, ’cause whenotats mI vo e - i star. 3 3 E E/G A m7( 5) F /A ooo x oo x x x x 4 3 3 Oh, oh, oh, some-thing in - side of me makes me move when 3 3 G 7( 9)/B C m Am/C C7 x x x x x x o 6 4 3 3 3 3 I hear that groove. My ma tells me, “No,” but my feet tell me, “Go.” 3 3 3 3 ! musicnotes.com Compliments of musicnotes.com 6 E/B A m7( 5) F /A N.C. x oo x x x x 4 3 3 It’s like a drum-mer in - side my heart. 3 3 F /A xE/Boo x x 4 So, oh, oh, B7sus B E/B A F m7 E/B x x x oo x o o x oo 3 3 3 3 don’t make me wait one more mo -ment for my life to start. 3 3 3 3 (Good morn ,g -ni 3 3 3 3 B7sus E/B x C7sus C F/C C7 x oo x x x o o x x o 3 3 , u o ey v o I l good morn -n ,i wait-ing for my life to start!) 3 3 3 3 ! musicnotes.com Compliments of musicnotes.com 7 Fsus4 F B 2 B xx xx x x 3 3 Bal i-t -mre! Ev-’ry d’ile an o n e - p door. 3 3 Fsus xxF 3 3 3 3 Ev - ’ry night is a fan a - t -sy vyr-’eisl a 3 3 3 3 2 F/C Csus C F/C C7 Fsus 4 F x xo x x o o x x o xx xx sym o h - p -ny. And I prom - ise, Bal - ti -more, F7/E B /D B m/D xx oxx x x 4 3 3 3 3 3 that some - day when I take to the floor, the world’s gon-na wake up and 3 3 3 3 3 ! musicnotes.com Compliments of musicnotes.com 8 F/C Bm7( 5) B /C x x x x x 3 3 see, gon - na wake up and see 3 3 3 3 3 3 C F Fsus F C x o o xx xx x o o 3 3 Bal - ti - more and me. Bal - ti - more and ( It’s for our best we all a .e-rg 3 3 F Fsus F C F xx xx x o o Bx x) xx 3 3 me, Bal - ti - more and me! Some-day the world is gon-na see, and me!) 3 rit. ! musicnotes.com Compliments of musicnotes.com
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