I Like to Do It

I like to do it

by Byron Gay Hear Billy Murray sing a 1920 version at Library and Archives Canada. Hear it Sung by Brian Hefferan, 2004, from the album Mother I'm Wild! [Verse 1] Bm F# Bm F# This is the first verse the second verse is worse Bm F# G F# wooff woofff woofff wooff Bm F# Bm F# The next thing before us is the chorus C# A7 wooff woofff woofff wooff [Verse 1] D I like to do it, I like to do it D7 with just a slow and easy creep G I like to do it, I like to do it D It even haunts me in my sleep A7 D It makes me want to sing, make love and everything E7 My feet feel fidgety and witty, and I'm sitting pretty A7 all dolled up like a parlor lamp D they start to blue it, you stumble through it D7 it has a kick like six percent G there's nothing to it, and yet you do it F#7 with good intentions badly bent G you stamp stamp stamp and pull the air D while you vamp vamp vamp some lady fair A7 I like to do it, I like to do it E7 A7 D D7 I like to do that naughty vamp a little lady C#7 C7 D A7 D vamp a little lady - vamp a little lady vamp [Verse 2] This is the second verse think its any worse? wooff woofff woofff wooff now wait just a minute for the chorus wooff woofff woofff wooff .... every chair and table in the hall will try to dance with pictures on the wall ["Goosing"] Bm F# Bm F# Everybody does it dances it and loves it Bm F# Bm F# want to do it once more holler for an encore [Encore] Bm F#7 Everybody's got the bug Bm F#7 a baby vamp a baby hug Bm C# A7 it has a bigger wallop than old Fritzie Richmond's jug D I like to do it I like to it, E7 A7 D D7 I like to do that naughty vamp a little lady C#7 C7 D A7 D vamp a little lady vamp a little lady vamp