Under the Boardwalk

{t:Under the Boardwalk}
{st:Kenny Young & Arthur Resnick}

 Oh, when the [G]sun beats down and burns the tar upon the [D7]roof,
And your shoes get so hot you wish your tired feet were fire[G]proof.
Under the [C]Boardwalk
down by the [G]sea, yeah,
On a blanket with my baby's[D7] where I'll [G]be

     (Under the [Em]Boardwalk) Out of the sun
     (Under the [D]Boardwalk) We'll be havin' some fun
     (Under the [Em]Boardwalk) People walkin' above
     (Under the [D]Boardwalk) We'll be falling in love
     Under the [Em]Boardwalk, boardwalk

From the [G]park you hear the happy sound of a carou[D7]sel,
You can almost taste the hotdogs and french fries they [G]sell.
Under The [C]Boardwalk
down by the [G]sea, yeah,
On a blanket with my baby's[D7] where I'll [G]be


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Under the BoardwalkWikipedia: "Under the Boardwalk" is a hit pop song written by Kenny Young and Arthur Resnick and recorded by The Drifters in 1964.

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