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'John Kettley is a Weatherman' by Tribe of Toffs.

Tune Guitar down ½ A step Eb, Ab, Db, Gb, 
Eb

INTRO:

Strum chord once then play the notes, Play Twice, then hold chord of B.

E    Bb---0--      A      Bb---2--       E    Bb---0--       B    Eb---2---|
     Gb-1---1             Gb-2---2            Gb-1---1            Bb-4---4-|


VERSES:

E			A
Oh, Ayrton Senna's got the voice of a tenor,

E                             B
Peter Snow sings very low,

E                           A
Mark Burano is a soprano,

B
John Kettley... John Kettley... John Kettley:


He's a weatherman.


CHORUSES:

E                        B
John Kettley is a weatherman,

A                      B
A weatherman, A weatherman,

E                       B
John Kettley is a weatherman,

A             B            E
And so is Michael Fish.


BRIDGE

E	/F#m	   /G#m	    /A        B/


Simon Parkin's always larkin',
Eric Lane is the same,
Jonathan Ross collects moss,
John Kettley...
([Spoken] interesting fact)
John Kettley... John Kettley:
He's a weatherman.

John Kettley is a weatherman,
A weatherman, A weatherman,
John Kettley is a weatherman,
And so is Michael Fish.

Lester Piggott couldn't dig it,
David Icke rides a bike,
Richard Keys has got no knees,
John Kettley... John Kettley... John Kettley:
He's a weatherman.

John Kettley is a weatherman,
A weatherman, A weatherman,
John Kettley is a weatherman,
And so is Michael Fish.

[Spoken] Ladies and gentlemen, Mr Motch Bondouché; and his amazing cheese and pickle solo...

CHORDS FOR SOLO :
C#m	/A	/F#m	/E   B  / X2

SOLO (there or there abouts!)

Eb-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
Bb------2----4b(5)r4---2-----------2--—4 b (5)r4---2-------2---4b(5)r4---2-|
Gb--2h4------------------------0h2-----------------------------------------|
Db-----------------------------------------------------2h4-----------------|

Eb-------------------------------------------4-----------------------------|
Bb--s5------5-----4-------------4-5-p-4----------7-5-4------4-5-p-4--------|
Gb------4--------------4--5--6-----------6-----------------------------6---|
Db-------------------------------------------------------7-----------------|

Eb--4--------------------------7---------------------------|
Bb-----7---5-4-----7b-(8)-----------7--5---7---------------|
Gb-----------------6b-(7)------------------------4---------|
Db---------------------------------------------------------|

B
John Kettley... John Kettley... John Kettley:
He's a weatherman.

John Kettley is a weatherman,
A weatherman, A weatherman,
John Kettley is a weatherman,
And so is Michael Fish.

([Spoken] Hope John Kettley likes this song.)

Debbie Thrower's got a lawnmower,
Johnny Marr he plays guitar,
David Steel lives in Keele,
John Kettley... John Kettley... John Kettley:
He's a weatherman.

John Kettley is a weatherman,
A weatherman, A weatherman,
John Kettley is a weatherman,
And so is Michael Fish.

Chuck Noakes has blue socks,
Andy Crane has got no brain,
Bernard Davey left the navy,
John Kettley... John Kettley... John Kettley:
He's a weatherman.

John Kettley is a weatherman,
A weatherman, A weatherman,
John Kettley is a weatherman,
And so is Michael Fish.

FINAL CHORUS

E		B
John Kettley is a weatherman,


A                        B
A weatherman, A weatherman,

E		B
John Kettley is a weatherman,

A               B           E
And so is Michael Fish,

A               B           E
And so is Billy Giles,
                                       (1 strum per chord)
A              B                       E          A  
      G#m         F#m        E       A      
           F#m
And so is Iain McCaskill...

A	B		E
And so is Wincey Willis.


OUTRO


C#m	/A	/F#m  B/ E

REMEMBER TO PLAY THE BRIDGE AFTER EACH CHORUS, INCLUDING THE ONE BEFORE THE SOLO. ENJOY 
HILARIOUS AND REASONABLY EASY TUNE!!

            
            
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