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Yet another deceptively simple and fantastic show by OCMS. One of their best written songs, I think. And a bit of trivia, the main character Fukie or Fuqie in the song is a take on the name of slide guitarist Critter Fuqua. Song: Big Time in the Jungle Album: O.C.M.S. Tabbed by A Rolling Stone firstname.lastname@example.org Verse 1- D C G Down in Eutaw, Alabama in Nineteen Sixty-Five D A young man Ďbout 21, C G no different than you or I Am Heís catchiní catfish, D and gettiní drunk Am But Uncle Sam called, D he called him up, G Sent him out to Vietnam, Am That young man, D Got his life turned upside down, Turned his smile into a frown, Robbed that king of his crown, G For an ideal he didnít even know about, Verse 2- He was gambliní at the wagon,when that army man showed up, And he flashed that pen and paper, And ole Fukie he signed up, Thereís gonna be a big time, In the jungle, Gonna be a firefight, Gonna be a rumble, Send me out to Vietnam, Iíll fight ten men, I got nothiní left in the States for me, I wanna see the world you see, I know that Uncle Sam needs me, To fight for an ideal I know nothing about. Verse 3- Oh the drop point was dusty and the drill sergeant was loud, And he could not see the corpses, for the raginí dust cloud Grab your duffle bags, head to the checkpoint Welcome to Vietnam boys, youíre in for a hell of a fight, Take it from the ones who know. The army moves slow, Hurry up and wait, donít sleep late, And learn to hate your brother, Before you hate your foe, Verse 4*- On patrol out in the rice fields, Them choppers flew low, Glancing for the hand signal, To tell you where to go, Then the bombs started falliní And they pounded his brain, And he thought about Eutaw , And who was to blame, For sendiní him to Vietnam, *This verse ends earlier than the rest of the verses, but still utilizes the same chord progression albeit a few chords shorter.