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One Ought to See - kay kay and his weathered underground
Tabbed by: John Sheehan

Standard Tuning
Capo Second Fret
(All chords and tabs relative to capo)

 E
|-------0-------------0-------------|
|-------0-------------0-------------|
|---1-----1---1---1-----1---1-------|
|-2---2-----2---2---2-----2---------|
|-----------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------|
 A
|-------0-------------0-------------|
|-------2-------------2-------------|
|---2-----2---2---2-----2---2-------|
|-2---2-----2---2---2-----2---------|
|-----------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------|
 B
|-------2-------------2-------------|
|-------4-------------4-------------|
|---4-----4---4---4-----4---4-------|
|-4---4-----4---4---4-----4---------|
|-----------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------|

The riffs above make up most of the song. Just play them in place of the chords below. 

(Intro)
E x2

(Verse)
E
well, i never wanted lace in, except the ones that i was pacing,
         A  
damn, i often slowly graze sucking chemicals, many just so i
                                  E
can keep in shape with all them blacktop boys.
A
and finally, it occurred to me exactly what it had to be.
                                                    E
in spring time, my allergies always mean, lost in a dream.
     B                                      A 
and when i ain't got much to do, boy, i can pace a mile or two.
                E
yeah, how about you?
A
my odds are stay madness, i don't have no answers.
                                           E  
i flat-line for hours at small daily wages like you.
B                                           A  
and when i ain't got much to do, boy, i can pace a mile or two.

yeah, how about you?

|-----------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------|
|---2--3--4-------------------------|
|-----------------------------------|
This is where it transitions into the weird part and the guitar stops playing.
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