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Upon Meeting The Rev Juan Samuel ukulele

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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. #
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Date: Tue, 28 Oct 1997 17:35:50 -0800
From: Terry Stewart 
To: guitar@olga.net
Subject: CRD: Upon_meeting_the_rev._Juan_Samuel.crd by Juan Cabeso

"Upon Meeting the Rev. Juan Samuel" as performed by Juan Cabeso on the
album "Musically Parted at Birth"

Juan Juan--guitar                             Juan Ajueo--bass
Juan Toddagio--vocals                      Juan Duble J--drums
Juan Kellio--vocals

(In a stray cat strut style)

Intro:  B  A  G  F#............

B          A      G      F#       B           A        G         F#
  Tuggin on a zipper,            sippin'  from a bottle of milk
 Lyin' on this old dirt couch,  nothin' better than a life of filfth

(bridge)
B      A      B      C#  D#

(chorus)
       B               A           G               F#
He's fat and he's ugly but hell he's our preacher
He's fat and he's ugly but hell he's our preacher
He's fat and he's ugly but hell he's our preacher
Our preacher till the end
Our preacher till the end

(same chords)
Here we go across the canyon,      to his little adobe mission
to see the pias lighting candles,     and all the reefer weve been missin'

(bridge)
(chorus)

Tired of the common life, he sold his wife for an old dirty truck
Pawned her off to a travelling salesman, he's a blessed brother fuck my
luck

(bridge)
(chorus)

The end
Transcribed by John Stewart
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