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The Moss Acoustic chords

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[Verse 1]
A                      B                 F#m                  G#
Legend has it that the moss grows on the north side of the trees
C#m                        B                         F#m               G#
Legend has it that when the rain comes down, all the worms come up to breathe
C#m                          B        C#m         F#m                         G#
Legend has it that when the sunbeams come, the plants, they eat them with their leaves
C#m                   E                        A           G#
Legend has it that the world spins round on an axis of 23 degrees

[Chorus]
C#m
But have you heard the story of the rabbit in the moon
F#m
Or the cow that hopped the planets while straddling a spoon
A
Or she, who leapt up mountains, while whistling up a tune
E                            C#m                      G#
And swapped her songs with swallows while riding on a broom

[Verse 2]
C#m
Well, we can all learn things both many and a-few
F#m
From that old hunched woman who lived inside a shoe
A
Or the girl that sang by day and by night she ate tear soup
E                                 C#m                 G#
Or the man who drank too much and he got the brewers' droop

[Verse 3]
A                               C#m               G#      
Come listen up all ye fair maids to how the moral goes
C#m             C#m         G#
Nobody knew and nobody knows
C#m               B              F#m
How the pobble was robbed of his twice five toes
C#m          A                  C#m       G#    
Or how the dong came to own a luminous nose
C#m        A              B             E              G#
Or how the jumblies went to sea in a sieve that they rowed
C#m                       A                             G#
And came to shore by the chankly bore where the bong trees grow
C#m                      E         A             
Where the jabberwocky's small green tentacles do flow
A                                  C#m
And the quanglewangle plays in the rain and the snow

[Chorus]
C#m
But have you heard the story of the rabbit in the moon
F#m
Or the cow that hopped the planets while straddling a spoon
A
Or she, who leapt up mountains, while whistling up a tune
E                            C#m                      G#
And swapped her songs with swallows while riding on a broom

[Verse 4]
C#m
Well, we can all learn things both many and a-few
F#m
From that old hunched woman who lived inside a shoe
A
Or the girl that sang by day and by night she ate tear soup
E                                 C#m                 G#
Or the man who drank too much and he got the brewers' droop

[Interlude] 
C#m F#m A E G# 

[Verse 5]
C#m                     B                 F#m                  G#
Legend has it that the moss grows on the north side of the trees
A                        B                         F#m               G#
Legend has it that when the rain comes down, all the worms come up to breathe
C#m                          B        C#m         F#m                         G#
Legend has it that when the sunbeams come, the plants, they eat them with their leaves
C#m                   E                        A           G#
Legend has it that the world spins round on an axis of 23 degrees

[Chorus]
C#m
But have you heard the story of the rabbit in the moon
F#m
Or the cow that hopped the planets while straddling a spoon
A
Or she, who leapt up mountains, while whistling up a tune
E                            C#m                      G#
And swapped her songs with swallows while riding on a broom

[Verse 6]
C#m
Well, we can all learn things both many and a-few
F#m
From that old hunched woman who lived inside a shoe
A
Or the girl that sang by day and by night she ate tear soup
E                                 C#m                 G#
Or the man who drank too much and he got the brewers' droop

[Outro] 
C#m B E F#m G# F#m A

            
            
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