Chattanooga Choo ChooWords & Music by Mack Gordon & Harry Warren
Recorded by Glenn Miller, 1941
From "Sun Valley Serenade"
D Gdim Fdim(III) D A7 G/B A7 G D Par - don me, boy, is that the Chattanooga choo choo? D6 D B7 E7 Bm7-5 E7 Track twen - ty - nine - Bm7-5 E7 A7 D G D Boy, you can give me a shine. D Gdim Fdim(III) D A7 G/B A7 G D I can af - ford to board a Chattanooga choo choo -- D6 D B7 E7 Bm7-5 E7 Bm7-5 E7 A7 D G D I've got my fare and just a trifle to spare. D DM7 D7 G D7 G D7 G You leave the Pennsylvania Station 'bout a quarter to four, G D7 G D7 G Read a magazine and then you're in Baltimore; C A7 G E7 Dinner in the diner, nothing could be finer A7 Em7 A7 Em7 Am7 D7 Than to have your ham an' eggs in Carolina. G D7 G D7 G When you hear the whistle blowin' eight to the bar, G D7 G D7 G Then you know that Tennessee is not very far. C C/B A7 G G/F# E7 Shovel all the coal in, gotta keep it rollin' -- Am7 D7 Am7 D7 G G7 Woo, woo, Chattanooga there you are. C Dm7 C C7 F Fdim C There's gonna be a certain party at the sta - tion, Dm7 Am7 D7 Am7 D7 Dm7 G7 C Satin and lace, I used to call "funny face." C Dm7 C C7 F Fm She's gonna cry until I tell her that I'll never roam. Bb9 C G/B Am7 F G C C/B A7 So Chattanooga choo choo, won't you choo-choo me home? C G/B Am7 F G C F C Chattanooga choo choo, won't you choo-choo me home?