G What's so bad about a beach in Boulder? G Never have to worry 'bout December gettin' colder. C7 Sittin' by the seashore in our January tan. G Who needs Puerto Rico, the Keys or Yucatán? D Which, by the way, won't be there anymore; C C#dim D B7/D# It's a scuba diver's heaven on a five-star ocean floor. Em A A little thicker sunscreen, a little wider hat - C D G - C - G What's so bad about that? G What's so bad about the coast of Oklahoma? G Walk along the boardwalk and savor the aroma. C7 From the whales down in Dallas to lobsters from Milwaukee, G Chewin' Longhorn Sushi and chuggin' Lone Star Sake. D Polar bears and prairie dogs - the picture's truly splendid. C C#dim D B7/D# Livin' in tranquillity, the way the Lord intended. Em A So we smoke a little blubber while we chew the fat - C D G - C - G What's so bad about that? C D G - C - G What's so bad about that? C D Em - D/F# - Em What's so bad about that? C D G A When you know you're right, why worry 'bout the facts? C D G - C - G What's so bad about that? G What's so bad about the Appalachian Islands G Or the Scottish Lowlands that used to be the Highlands? C7 Sittin' in our Speedos, suckin' down some beer, G Zippin' in our speedboats 'round the horn of Mount Rainier. D Time to quit your bitchin' and try to see the bright side, C C#dim D B7/D# Leave the left behind and come over to the right side! Em Noah had to do it when he beached on Ararat, A So let's strap on some water-wings, flip-flops and parrot hats. C C#dim D B7/D# Ruminate, rejuvenate, kick back and relax, Em A And have a sweet tea party in our brand new habitat! C D G - C - G What's so bad about that? G Come on baby, let the good times roll. G G7 Come on baby, let me through your soul, yeah. C7 G Come on baby, let the good times roll, A D - D/C - D/B - D/A Roll all night long. G Come on baby, yeah, this is real. G G7 Come on baby, show me how you feel, yeah. C7 Come on baby, let the good times roll - C D G - C - G What's so bad about that?
(Words and music by Tom Paxton, Jon Vezner and Don Henry, 2017)
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