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Joe Rey Chords

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Contributor
Artist: Fountains Of Wayne
Song: Joe Rey
Album: Fountains Of Wayne


Intro: E


Verse 1:
E
Joe Rey came from Spain 
E
Across the ocean in frozen rain
         D5   A5                        E
And he loves point point pointing the finger
E
Joe Rey is stoned all day 
E
With two hairdressers in a Chevrolet 
        D5     A5                     E
for a while I think Joe Rey's gonna linger 

Chorus:
C#5
Joe Rey is not so pretty
  F#5
I can't understand why he's so in demand 
    C#5                          A5          B5
He stays out late in the city sometimes, sometimes

Verse 2:
Joe Rey smokes at three 
Barks like a pigeon and watches T.V. he's 
Cool, cool cooler than I am 
He knows what I don't know 
Got seventeen different words for snow that he signs, 
Signs to a deaf girl named Diane 

Chorus:
Joe rey is not so pretty
I can't understand why he's so in demand 
he stays out late in the city sometimes, sometimes

Bridge: E   A5  D5

Chorus:
Joe Rey is not so pretty
I can't understand why he's so in demand 
he stays out late in the city sometimes
    A5         B5
Sometimes, sometimes

Verse 3
Joe rey came from Spain 
across the ocean in frozen rain
and he loves point point pointing the finger
E              D5    A5                  E
Joe rey loves point point pointing the finger (repeated)
E              D5    A5                  E
Joe rey loves point point pointing the finger (repeated)
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