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"Delta Kai" by Stephen Lynch
tabbed by Alex Coulombe

I just saw Stephen Lynch in concert in Boston, and my god is he hilarious.
His songs are getting more clever by the day. Here's his newest one (I think), and even
though it's not released officially, I feel no shame in putting it out because the only
people who will be able to play it are people who have been to his concert, ergo, loyal
fans. This is what I remember, thus be warned it's probably not perfect...Enjoy!

Standard tuning

Intro: (bar chords) C Am C Am C Am F G

Verse:
C            Am           C           Am
It's college time again, September's almost here.

C            Am               F            G
Hanging with freshman girls, frat parties kegs of beer.

C            Am            C              Am
I see I girl I've wanted, make sure it's Delta Kai,

C            Am           F            G
We take some Oxycotton, and then we're getting high.


Prechorus:

F             G          F            G
And then as I undress her, inside my sibulus...

F            G (stop)              G      A      B    C
She says but wait, professor, this wasn't on the syllabus!


Chorus:
C     Am   C Am    C       Am    C Am
I'm a bad professor, I'm a bad professor

C        Am      C  Am         G      F     
Ten year titty caresser, I'm a bad, bad bad

Verse:
Tutoring in my apartment, turned into a slow dance
Hey baby what's your minor, got your major in my pants
I love her student body, she wants a better grade,
I say if you roll over I'll throw in financial aid

Prechrous:
Preparing for your midterm, if you want I can help you cram
But who cares about the essay test, so let's skip ahead to the oral exam!

Chorus:
I'm a bad professor --that's a blowjob reference--
I'm a bad professor
Your money's on the dresser,
I'm a bad, bad, bad.
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MooseSTH wrote on August 21 2006, 03:13 am

Though most of it was good, you switched the F ang G chords in the prechorus, and in the intro it's a G# not a G.

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Informal Skin wrote on February 3 2007, 06:52 am

i'm sorry, but you've made a lot of mistakes. first of all, the song is called "Mixer at Delta Kai". That's because he doesn't sing make sure it's delta kai. he sings Mixer. and the forth line of the first verse is: We take some oxycontyn, Dave Matthew's getting high. then the next line isn't "And then as I undress her, inside my sibulus", it's "and start my stimulus". In the chorus, it's not "i'm a bad bad bad", it's "I'm a bad, bad man"

the next two lines are way off. the right ones are:
"I hope you boned up for your midterm, if you want I can help you cram
Don't give a shit about the essay test, so let's skip it and get to the oral exam!"

There ya go

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lynchfan92182 wrote on September 6 2007, 04:28 pm

The song is actually called "Mixer at Delta Chi" if you actually owned the CD and wanted to look at it to check. Although, the rest of the corrections are completely right, but only from the CD version. If you've seen Stephen Lynch live more than once and heard some of the same songs at each show, you'll know that he does not sing the same lyrics every time. It's almost like he makes up something unique for each of his songs so that he's never singing the same song twice!

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