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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
Transcribed by Jeff Langille
 - (blee@is.dal.ca)

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Song : Yo Cats (3:34)
Album: FZ Meets the Mothers of Prevention (#44, 11/21/85)

4/4, Key of F (usually)

This is a cool piece about the music biz and FZ's impression of session
players.  This is a fun song to play so if you've never heard it dig up
a copy of FZMMP, well worth it with some excellent, short Synclavier comps.
Some of the chord in this one are questionable.  Especially the C/F/Ami/Dmi.
I played with this one a lot before I settled on those chords. Some other
options include G/F/C/Dmi and C/Bb/Ami/G.  The B/F#/C#/G... section is
also very weird.  These chords work with the melody but harmonically aren't
the greatest in the song (unless you like that sorta thing :0)  If you
find alternates let me know.
This song has subjective chords because the progressions are implied
by the melody only.  There are no clear chord parts being played.


|F	Dmi	|Bb	Gmi	|F	Dmi	|Bb	Gmi	|

|F	Dmi	|Bb	C	|C		|Db		|

|F	Dmi	|Bb	C	|C	F	|Ami	Dmi	|

|Bb		|Db		|Db	C	|B D G	|E		|

|F	Dmi	|Bb	Gmi	|C	F	|Ami	Dmi	|

|B	F#	|C#	G	|Bb	F	|Bb	Ab	||

|G	E	|A	E	|G	E	|A	E	|

|A	E	|G	D	|F	C	|Eb	Bb	|

|F		|Ab		|F		|Ab		|

|Ab		|A		|Bb		|B		|

|C	G	|Bb	F	|Ab	Eb	|Gb	Db	||

|F	Dmi	|Bb	Gmi	|F	Dmi	|Bb	Gmi	|

|F	Dmi	|Bb	C	|C		|Db		|

|F	Dmi	|Bb	C	|C	F	|Ami	Dmi	|

|Bb		|Db		|Db	C	|B D G	|E		|

|F	Dmi	|Bb	C	|C	F	|Ami	Dmi	|

|Bb		|Db		|Db	C	|		||

|Dmi		|Emi		|Ami		|		|

|F		|Dmi		|Bb		|Gmi		|

|F		|Dmi		|Bb		|Gmi		|

|F		|Dmi		|		|		||


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Jeff Langille	|"...if I were standing next to you with a metronome and   !
blee@is.dal.ca	!a baton (frowning and smoking a lot of cigarettes), I     |
Halifax, N.S.	|would insist that the rhythms be accurate , and that only !
		!the pitches which reside outside the basic tonality       |
ugrita fusft	|(the original "wrong notes") could be altered." - FZappa  !
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