Shake Me I Rattle Song Lyrics and Chords

 

Shake Me I Rattle Song Lyrics and Chords by Marion Worth

 

Shake Me I Rattle
Recorded by Marion Worth
Written by Hal Hackady and Charles Naylor
A/A time 
C 
Shake me I  
C7 
rattle 
 
 
F 
squeeze me I  
Dm 
cry
G7 
Please take me home and  
C 
love 
 
me
G7 
I was  
C 
passing by a toy shop on the  
F 
corner of the  
Dm 
square
 
Where a  
G7 
little girl was looking  
C 
in the window there
 
She was looking at a dolly in a  
F 
dress of rosy  
Dm 
red
 
And  
Ab7 
around the pretty  
C 
dolly hung a  
G7 
little sign that  
C 
said
repeat #1
G7 
I recalled  
C 
another toy shop on a  
F 
square so long  
Dm 
ago
 
Where I  
G7 
saw a little dolly  
C 
that I wanted so
 
I remembered I remembered how I  
F 
longed to make it  
Dm 
mine
 
And  
Ab7 
around that other  
C 
dolly hung  
G7 
another little  
C 
sign
 
Shake me I  
C7 
rattle 
 
 
F 
squeeze me I  
Dm 
cry
 
I  
G7 
had counted my pennies  
C 
just a penny shy
 
Shake me I  
C7 
rattle 
 
 
F 
squeeze me I  
Dm 
cry
G7 
Please take me home and  
C 
love me  
G7 
 
It was  
C 
late and snow was falling as the  
F 
shoppers hurried  
Dm 
by
 
Past the  
G7 
girlie at the window with  
C 
her little head held high
 
They were closing up the toy shop as  
F 
I hurried through the  
Dm 
door
 
Just  
Ab7 
in time to buy the  
C 
dolly that her  
G7 
heart was longing  
C 
for
 
Shake me I  
C7 
rattle 
 
 
F 
squeeze me I  
Dm 
cry
 
And  
G7 
I gave her the dolly that  
C 
we both had longed to buy
 
Shake me I  
C7 
rattle 
 
 
F 
squeeze me I  
Dm 
cry
G7 
Please take me home and  
C 
love 
 
me

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Shake Me I Rattle?
- The song Shake Me I Rattle was sang by Marion Worth.

 

Who is Marion Worth?
- Marion Worth (born Mary Ann Ward July 4, 1930 - December 19, 1999) was an American country music singer. She was a popular performer on the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee. She also had several hits in the early 1960s.

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