Polyethene Pam Uke tab by The Beatles

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Polythene Pam
The Beatles

G chordG D chordD A chordA (x 2)
G chordG D chordD A chordA
Well you should see Polythene Pam
G chordG D chordD A chordA
She's so good looking but she looks like a man
G chordG E7 chordE7
Well you should see her in drag dressed in her polythene bag
F chordF G chordG A chordA
Yes you should see Polythene Pam
F chordF G chordG A chordA
Yeah yeah yeah

G chordG D chordD A chordA (x 2)

G chordG D chordD A chordA
Get a dose of her in jackboots and kilt
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She's killer diller when she's dressed to the hilt
G chordG E7 chordE7
She's the kind of a girl that makes the News of the World
F chordF G chordG A chordA
Yes you could say she was attractively built
F chordF G chordG A chordA
Yeah yeah yeah

G chordG D chordD A chordA (x2)
G chordG D chordD A chordA (x9)

 

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About this song

The song was originally introduced during The White Album sessions; a demo from the Esher Sessions can be found on Anthology 3. Lennon would describe this song, along with "Mean Mr. Mustard", in The Beatles Anthology as "a bit of crap I wrote in India". The name 'Polythene Pam' came from the nickname of an early Beatles' fan from the Cavern Club days, named Pat Hodgett (now Dawson), who would often eat polythene. She became known as 'Polythene Pat'.

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