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Date: Sat, 27 Apr 1996 23:51:39 -0700
From: Smiffs 



Fuzzy -  Grant Lee Buffalo

Here's the tab, lyrics and chords that I worked out for Grant Lee=20
Buffalo's album Fuzzy.


Fuzzy - Chords and Lyrics
Words and music: Grant Lee Phillips

Note: the entire album is tuned down half a step (i.e. E flat, A flat, D=20
flat, G flat, B flat, E flat) so the chords here relate to a guitar in=20
this tuning.  =20

The Shining Hour

Am         C                 Bm     Dm
Are we still on the phone=20
Am     C                     Bm                   Dm
With lady Anna Clarke and her trumpet solo?
Am         C                        Bm	Dm
Whose ghost sings for pay
Am        C	      Bm             Dm
In the blue billiard room of the Monterey
Am   C                 Bm	Dm
For room and for board
Am           C                       Bm                Dm
And the back door key is a 19th century civil war sword
Am        C              Bm		Dm
Once owned by John Booth
Am          C                   Bm                   Dm                 =20
      Am
And he misplaced his script when he caught his leather boot

 G                            F	 Dm	Am
This could be the shining hour
G       		   F    Dm	Am
Based on all this mad belief
G                         F	       Dm	     Am
In money oil and angel powder
G                        F    Dm=09
In the new age magazine=20


There=92s a hole in the wall
Behind the photograph of Al Capone
He=92s sittin=92 down at city hall
The police they peek through here
And they watch you get dressed in the two-way mirror
But it=92s all in good spirits
And if you close eyes you can=92t help, help but to hear =91em move

This could be the shining hour
Based on all this mad belief
In the money oil and angel powder
In the new age magazine

I propose a toast
To the memory of the horse who carried King Tut and his gold
Into the sun
He collapsed last summer from a heat stroke somewhere in the east=20
village, oh=20
And it kills me to think
That I=92m no longer living
Just looking for excuses to dink
So lift up your glass
And your Ouija board =91cause I=92m fading, fading, fading fast


Jupiter And Teardrop


A			     Bm   D
Just a girl who can=92t say no
A			 Bm	D
And her sweetheart on parole
A		            Bm   D
Parents named her Jupiter
A			Bm    D=09
To bless her with a lucky soul

A			      Bm   D
He=92s a boy who never cried
A			   Bm	D
When they lock him up inside
A			        Bm          D
And she nicknamed him her Teardrop
A		      Bm	D
For the tattoo by his eye

E			 D
Now she=92s sleepin=92 in her bed
E			?	D
And he=92s sleepin=92 in her bed
A		        Bm            D
And it=92s Jupiter and Teardrop
A		        Bm	            D
And it=92s Jupiter and Teardrop


She divines by radio
Pushing buttons show to show
And she wonders =91bout the fate of=20
Lovers in the barrio=20

She forgets after awhile
When she tune in on the dial
Jackie Wilson=92s =91Lonely Teardrops=92
As she drive another mile

Now she=92s sleepin=92 in her bed
And he=92s sleepin=92 in her bed
And it=92s Jupiter and Teardrop
And it=92s Jupiter and Teardrop
And it=92s Jupiter and Teardrop

Solo:

E [----------------5----9-7-9-7-5-5-7-5-------7--]
B [--5-5-5-5-7----7------------------------5-------]

And they want to have a child
Walk together down the aisle
But they live in is mean
And it=92s built on sheer denial

The phone rings,  it=92s for her
"I gotta see you,  Jupiter"
"I=92m in trouble with the law"
"Bring my 38-caliber"

Now she=92s sleepin=92 in her bed
As she pulls the phone plug dead
And it=92s Jupiter and Teardrop
And it=92s Jupiter and Teardrop
And it=92s Jupiter and Teardrop
And it=92s Jupiter and Teardrop, oh
And it=92s Jupiter and Teardrop
And it=92s Jupiter and Tear...
And it=92s Jupiter and Tear...

Outro: E  ?  D =20
          E  ?  D=09

Fuzzy

D
Bring me home
                 F#m
To this house of many days
            D
Just lay me on the floor
                 F#m
Hard and cool as slate
                   D
You know I love it more and more
              F#m
Than before I ran away
                   D
It triggers off so many hurts
                  F#m
Hurtful words and broken plates

          E
I've been lied to
        F#m
Now I'm Fuzzy
          E
I've been lied to

All and all
The world is small enough for both of us
To meet upon the interstate
Waiting on a train
And just when those big arms lift up
Fall in love with no time to say it

And I would have liked to
Now I'm Fuzzy
I would have liked to
Now I'm fuzzy
Fuzzy now

Here we are
In our car
Driving down the street
We're looking for a place to stop
Have a bite to eat
We hunger for a bit of faith
To replace the fear
We water like a dead bouquet
It does no good does it dear

And I've been lied to
Now I'm Fuzzy
We've been lied to
Now we're Fuzzy
Fuzzy now
Lied to


Wish You Well

Intro:    D5  Am  D5  Am  C  G

Note: the notes between the C and the G are : A[---2--0---]
=20
D5	  Am
I see the end
D5	 Am
I see the end of time
D5	   Am	      C		           G
>From the widow=92s walk I feel the undertow
D5	Am
It grows
D5	Am	       D5	   Am
And my fishin=92 pole like a willow=20
C			G   D5	Am   D5   Am   C  G=20
Bends toward the blackest hole

See the film
See the black and whites
Circle stationed
Stupid to the tape that rolls =20
My soul recieves another blow
>From the flashlight of the city hat line

F	      C=09
I wish you well
		F	C
Tell you that it can be helped
	       F	      D5	=09
Told you it can be helped

I see the bad dreams that you speak about
And all the things you bring to light are coming down now
Everybody hit the ground
Fear is on the march
And in the lost and found
These are the times to read between the lines
Yea, my truck runneth over false prophet signs
And road blocks

I wish you well
Tell you that it can be helped
Told you it can be helped
Told you it can be helped

D5          Em

Newspaper cloaks to wrap the truth
Propagand-acid droppin=92 the youth
It=92s easy to see
Like pullin=92 a tooth
No one in line at the ballot booth
The dragon down south may blow some smoke
Even the jester is drummin=92 up votes
They talk about building morale and hope
They=92re just bulding bigotry
A better rope
One you can't break
One you can=92t even see
Once made of paper and policies

I wish you well
Tell you that it can be helped
Told you it can be helped
It can be helped
Oh, but it can be helped


The Hook

Intro & verse:

	Bm		       G		        D
E =20
[------------------------------------------------------------------------=
------------------]
B =20
[------------------------------------------------------------------------=
------------------]
G =20
[----------------------------------0-------------------0--------------0--=
------------ ---]
D =20
[-------0---------0-----------0------0-------------2-----2-------2-----2h=
3p2------]
A =20
[----2----2----2----0-----2------------2-------3-------------3-----------=
------------]
E =20
[--2---------2----------3-------------------3----------------------------=
---------------]


Bm	        G                   D=09
There's one thing I tell you friend
Bm	     G	   D
I don=92t believe in supermen
Bm		          G		        D	=09
Who fly through the clouds above the rest
Bm             G               D
I don=92t believe in the best
Bm                 G                              D
And I never wanted to fight with you
Bm	                    G		      D=09
That=92s just the last thing I wanted to do
Bm	              G	          D =09
But you=92re so afraid to look at love
Bm		         G		       D	=09
You=92ve got to let it all go, this cut-above stuff

		     A	         G
=91Cause this is the hook that drags you
	       D=09
This is the hook in the crook of your neck
	A	       G
It=92s the hook that  snags you
	       D
This is the hook


And there's one thing I tell you friend
All of our trials are gonna come to an end
And you and I we=92re gonna fall
Like we never had stood on this little earth at all

=91Cause this is the hook that drags you
 This is the hook in the crook of neck
It=92s the hook snags you
This is the hook in the crook of your neck
It=92s the hook that drags you
This is the hook


Solo:

E[-----------------------------------------------------------------------=
-------------------------------------------------------------------------=
---------]
B[---------------------------------------------------------------12--10--=
-----10--10h12--12--10------10 10h12---10-----------------------]
G[------------------------------------------7--7--9--10--11------------11=
---------------------------11---------------------11--99--7-- 7--7---]
D[-----------------7-----------------7--9--------------------------------=
-------------------------------------------------------------------------=
------]
A[---5--7--7s9 ----=20
5--5--7--7s9-------------------------------------------------------------=
-----------------------------------------------------]]
E[-----------------------------------------------------------------------=
-------------------------------------------------------------------------=
---------]

E[-----------------------------------------------------------------------=
-------------------------------------------------------------------------=
--]
B[--------------8h10--10--12--12--12--12--10--10-10--12--12--12--12--10--=
10--10-------------------------------------------]
G[---9--9s10-------------------------------------------------------------=
------------------------------------------------------------------------]=
D[-----------------------------------------------------------------------=
-------------------------------------------------------------------------=
-]
A[-----------------------------------------------------------------------=
-------------------------------------------------------------------------=
--]
E[-----------------------------------------------------------------------=
-------------------------------------------------------------------------=
--]

Grant plays a bit more but it=92s a bit too soft to figure out (for me=20
anyway).


Soft Wolf Tread
(Lyrically, this is one of my favorite Grant Lee Buffalo songs)

	         Am       Em	=09
The soft wolf tread through Emerald Forest
	  Dm
He was looking to make a bed
       C	            F	         Am
There in the spindly thicket,  softly did he tread

The soft wolf tread, he sure was starved
Em			     Dm
And through his silver coat his ribs shone sharply carved
  C		                         F
The hand that feeds was pickin' weeds
Am
And he sure looked starved

                  Dm
Up comes Hood
		      Em
He=92s beautiful as a sirloin steak to a pit bull chained up
           Dm	    Em                                     =20
It's to good to see such an old friend again,  such an old friend again,=20
 such an old friend again

Then he said "Dear Hood, what brings you to this neck of the woods?"
"With your scarlet cape and your basket full o=92 grapes, what lures you =
to=20
the woods?"

The soft wolf tread the clearing
And he's nervously tugging on his earring
He talked, "How good.  Such an old friend again, such an old friend=20
again, such an old friend again.=94

Bridge:  Am   Em   Dm   C   F

And then he spun a twisted tale=20
About a child who cries his name so many times
That even when he yelled no one ever came

The soft wolf tread
The soft wolf tread
And he tread and tread and tread and tread
Such an old friend again,  such an old friend, such an old friend again


Stars N=92 Stripes

Intro:  Em   D

Em	      D	         Em      D=09
Steel mill streets, overrun
Em	          D		Em	D=09
The ghosts of cars in the yard
Em	        D	           Em  D         Bm	Am=20
Sunflower speaks of a one,        of a one
Em	  D	     Em	D
Engines purr up above
      Em             D	               Em    D            Bm    Am=09
	=09
The L train roars like a love,        like a love

I can hide in you and your chestnut hair
I confide in you,  whisper in your ear
When the earth is ripe, all the worms wake up
In their stars and stripes and their swastikas
There=92s a cure in sight,  set your soul at ease
For the red and white and the blue disease

String us along
String us along=20
String us along

Bm			    G
Got you on the handycam, fits in my hand
Bm			     G   Em
Got you on the handycam
Bm                                 G
Got on the handycam, fits in my hand=20
Bm			 G      Em
Sits in my hand, see my green light
I got you on the handycam, fits in my hand=20
Got on you the handycam
Got you on my handycam, fits in my hand
Sits in my hand, see my...
I got you on the handycam, fits in my hand
Got you on the handycam, green light
I got you on the handycam, fits in my hand
Sits in my hand, see my green light
I got you on the handycam, fits in my hand
Got you on the handycam, green light
I got on my handycam, got you on my handycam

My my
Down in my soul
Moon River flows
And flows=20
All my trials, all my trials
Will halt



Dixie Drug Store


Intro:   B  A  E

B			       A		           E
It was muggy July, around supper time when I pulled into New Orleans
B			       A		              E
I got dropped off at South Rampart Street, I was hungry for a plate of=20
greens
B			  A		         E=09
I made my down the banquette where I could see an open door
An overhead sign made of painted pine read =91The Dixie Drug Store=92
Peppers and roots were hangin=92 from the rafters above
There oils and sprays all on display, for money, luck and for love
I reached down to pick one up but a dark hand grabbed my arm
And before I could see  just who it was, she said  "You don=92t want that=
=20
charm."
"The last man to walk that thing outta here just up and disappeared."
"They found his wallet and his wing-tip shoes near a tombstone down in=20
Algiers."
"What you need my travelin=92 friend is a place to wash your jeans,"=20
"And I wouldn=92t be the least surprised if you were hungry for a plate o=
=92=20
greens."
She beckoned me on up the stairs =91cause she=92d done made up her mind
She said: "Take off your hat and kick off your boots and leave your pride=
=20
behind."

She took me down to a secret place in the bayou of her blankets
She offered to share her bourbon, I thanked her then I drank it
Through a small crack in the ceiling burst the Louisiana moon
It  shone down on our bodies and we began to croon
Like a couple o=92 coyotes we were howlin=92 through the night
And I swear they were beatin=92 those congo drums outside

We laughed until the morning, by then my pants had dried
I picked up my hat and pulled on my boots and I gathered up my pride
I figured she had done slipped out, I couldn=92t see her anywhere
And I set out to find her and I headed on downstairs
I got down to the bottom and I couldn=92t believe my eyes: gone were all=20
the bottles and the remedy supplies
I shouted out for Mary, I darted out the door
An old man on the wooden porch said: "What you in there for?"
"Son, you got no business, the hoodoo store=92s been closed. Long as I=20
remember, a century I suppose."
" But, mister, I just spent the night with a young girl named Laveau."
He said: "The widow Paris done had a little laugh on you."
I said: "You mean to tell me that was the Voodooin'?"
He nodded, "Yes, none other - the Queen o=92 New Orleans."
=20

America Snoring

Intro:

E[--1------1-----1-----1--]
B[--1------0-----1-----0--]      C  Bm   Am  G
G[- 2------2-----2-----2--]                           =20
D[--3------3-----3-----3--]


I hear America snoring
I hear America snoring

F		  G        F		  G
Did you see it on TV, or in your own backyard?
F  G	          F                                 G=09
Gate's LAPD and they called the National Guard
F			       G
And then the tanks came rolling down Sunset Boulevard
           Dm    G	   	      C         Bm     Am      G=09
And I hear          America snoring

They wanna legislate the moon
They wanna legislate the womb
They wanna legislate all the things they hate
They wanna legislate this tune
And I hear America snoring

I hear America snoring
I hear America snoring,  snoring

Give wind time to blow, the rooster to crow
Plug my ears and I hear America

Solo:     C  Bm  Am  G  F  G  F  G

See the shoemaker and his shoes
Silver needle, thread and glue
He=92s closin=92 up the shop
Move it all to Timbuktu
Where the labor force is cheap and the rivers there run deep
And I hear America snoring

I hear America snoring, snoring
I hear America snoring


Grace

Intro & Verse riff:

E[---0---0---0------0--0--0--]
B[---1---1---1------1--1--1--]
G[---0---0---0------0--0--0--]
D[---3---3---2------3--3--2--]
A[---3---3---3------3--3--3--]
E[------------------------------]

C
If I was the Lone Ranger hidin=92 behind a mask
C
There wouldn=92t be any danger to the questions I ask
C
Whatcha say Pocahontas, trade in your feathers and beads
C
For an electric blanket and a packet o=92 cigs
            F       D   		            C=09
"You bet",        that=92s what  she said

If I had me a needle for every bubble I popped
Bind =91em all like one, you would hear that pin drop
Like a gunshot, like a shot

If I was a world leader, I would not mislead the world
I would not miss anything
Miss America knows that it=92s only a pagaent, that=92s it=92s only a sho=
w
Isn=92t any film in the camera, these aren=92t even my clothes
No, no, no, no, Miss America knows

You remember Houdini, not a shackle could hold
Cut a trapdoor into heaven to escape growin=92 old
Guess he just couldn=92t hack it, bundled up for the cold
Double-breasted straightjacket, French handcuffs of gold
No, no, no, no, he escaped grown=92 old



You Just Have To Be Crazy


D
You just have to be crazy, don=92t you?
D
You just have to be out of your mind
D
You just have to be crazy, don=92t you?
D
You just have to be
G
True or not
D
True or not

You just have to be touched, don=92t you?
You just have tobe tapped on the head
You just have to be crazy, don=92t you?
You just have to be
True or not
True or not
True or not
D		A    G
You just have...

You just have to be be starry, baby
You just have to be chocolate cake
You just have to be chocolate cake
True or not
True or not
True or not
You just have...

Tab and chords figured out by Kyle Smith. Check out my Grant Lee Buffalo=20
home page at: http://www.uq.edu.au/~zzsmiffs/GLB/grant.html

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ramlap wrote on June 17 2010, 04:10 pm

wtf is this, wrong song

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kritius wrote on September 12 2011, 06:02 am

Not a song but an album

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