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Snooker Loopy Chords

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Tabbed by Dean Sherlock

deansherlock@msn.com

This is the way i play the song with to my mates,
its not the proper piano chords, but sounds good
for the crack!!

(I play the following chords holding bottom 2 strings,
like many oasis songs)

Em7 - 022033
Cadd9 - 032033
Dsus4 - 000233
G - 320033

Em7           Cadd9        Dsus4           G
Snooker loopy nuts are we, me and him, and them and me

Em7                 Cadd9           Dsus4                                   
we'll show you what we can do with a load of balls and 

 G             Em7                 Cadd9
a snooker cue. Pot the reds, then, screw back for the

Dsus4                      G
yellow, green, brown, blue pink and black. (said fast)

Em7           Cadd9        Dsus4             G
Snooker loopy nuts are we, we're all snooker loopy!!


You can play the same chords throughout the verses, 
words can be found on most search engines.


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Its only standard chords iv used, not gonna make it 
complicated. Funny song though if your drunk! lol

Cheers

deansherlock@msn.com
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lascott5 wrote on August 1 2007, 01:53 pm

one of the best drunken songs i play and it gets everyone singing. this is the way i play it as well. brill!!

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deansherlock wrote on August 1 2007, 05:10 pm

thanks man, ha. it is a lady puller that one!

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