A German Clockwinder – lyrics and chords

The chords to A German Clockwinder are presented here in the key of C major. Use our chord converter to play the song in other keys. The lyrics are about a woman who gets more than just her clock wound up by the German Clockwinder.

 
A  
C 
German clockwinder to  
F 
Dublin once came
 
G 
Benjamen Fooks was the  
F 
old German’s  
C 
name
 
And as he was  
C7 
winding his  
F 
way ’round the  
Dm 
strand
 
He  
G 
played on his flute and the  
G7 
music was  
C 
grand.
Chorus
 
With  
C 
me toor-a-lumma-lumma,  
F 
toor-a-lumma-lumma, 
 
toor-a-lie-ay
 
G 
Toor-a-lie, oor-a-lie,  
F 
orr-a-lie-
C 
ay
 
With me  
C7 
toor-a-lumma-lumma, 
 
 
F 
toor-a-lumma-lumma, 
 
toor-a-
Dm 
lie-ay
 
G 
Toor-a-lie, oor-a-lie,  
G7 
orr-a-lie-
C 
ay.

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Now there was a young lady from Grosvenor Square
Who said that her clock was in need of repair
In walks the bold German and to her delight
In less than five minutes he had her put right.

Chorus

Now as they were seated down on the floor
There started a very loud knock on the door
In walked her husband and great was his shock
To see the bold German wind up his wife’s clock.

Chorus

The husband says he “Oh wife, Mary Ann
Don’t let that bold German come in here again
He wound up your clock and left mine on the shelf
If your oul’ clock needs winding I’ll wind it myself!”

Chorus

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A [C]German clockwinder to [F]Dublin once came
[G]Benjamen Fooks was the [F]old German’s [C]name
And as he was [C7]winding his [F]way ’round the [Dm]strand
He [G]played on his flute and the [G7]music was [C]grand.

Chorus

With [C]me toor-a-lumma-lumma, [F]toor-a-lumma-lumma, toor-a-lie-ay
[G]Toor-a-lie, oor-a-lie, [F]orr-a-lie-[C]ay
With me [C7]toor-a-lumma-lumma, [F]toor-a-lumma-lumma, toor-a-[Dm]lie-ay
[G]Toor-a-lie, oor-a-lie, [G7]orr-a-lie-[C]ay.

Now there was a young lady from Grosvenor Square
Who said that her clock was in need of repair
In walks the bold German and to her delight
In less than five minutes he had her put right.

Chorus

Now as they were seated down on the floor
There started a very loud knock on the door
In walked her husband and great was his shock
To see the bold German wind up his wife’s clock.

Chorus

The husband says he “Oh wife, Mary Ann
Don’t let that bold German come in here again
He wound up your clock and left mine on the shelf
If your oul’ clock needs winding I’ll wind it myself!”

Chorus

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