FluteTree : Songbook : with finger pictures : Popular 6-hole Native American Flute
    X:1
    T:Yankee Doodle
    C:Traditional
    C:Arranged for NAF by Julia Gatliff
    M:4/4
    L:1/4
    K:E
    A |=d d e f|=d f e A|=d d e f|=d2 c A|
    =d d e f|=g f e =d|c A B c|=d2 d2|
    B3/2 c/2 B A|B c =d2|A3/2 B/2 A B|F2 A2|
    B3/2 c/2 B A|B c =d B|A =d c e|=d2 d x:]
    W:Father and I went down to camp,
    W:along with Captain Goodwin;
    W:And there we saw the men and boys,
    W:as thick as hasty pudin'.
    W:
    W:--- Yankee doodle keep it up, 
    W:--- Yankee doodle dandy;
    W:--- Mind the music and the step,
    W:--- And with the girls be handy.
    W:
    W:And there was Captain Washington
    W:Upon a slapping stallion
    W:A-giving orders to his men
    W:I guess there was a million.
    W:
    W:( Chorus )
    W:
    W:And Yankee Doodle went to town
    W:A-riding on a pony
    W:Stuck a feather in his hat
    W:And called it macaroni.
    W:
    W:( Chorus )
    W:
    W:And then we saw a swamping gun
    W:Large as a log of maple
    W:Upon a deuced little cart
    W:A load for father's cattle.
    W:
    W:( Chorus )
    W:
    W:And every time they shoot it off
    W:It takes a horn of powder
    W:It makes a noise like father's gun
    W:Only a nation louder.
    W:
    W:( Chorus )
    W:
    W:Plus 100 more verses.