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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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#----------------------------------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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------#

Date: Tue, 17 Dec 1996 11:46:27 -0500 (EST)
From: "Daniel P. Corts" 
Subject: captain margot by the Lounge Flounders

"Captain Margot"
>From the Lounge Flounders'  "Imaginary Saints" on Mercury Records
Words & tunes by Kevin Murphy
dcorts1@utk.edu


[INTRO]

G             Em          C9   	    B/G	    D
|------------|------------|------------|------------|---------------|
|------------|------------|------------|----------3-|---3-----------|
|------------|------------|--0---------|----------2-|---2---2-------|
|------------|------------|------------|----------0-|---0---0-------|
|-------0*2--|--------0*2-|-3--------3-|-2*3*2------|-0---0---------|
|--3---------|-0----------|------------|------------|---------------|

   C9	            G
|---------------|-----3-------------|
|------3--------|-----3-------------|
|-----0---------|-----0----------0--|
|-------------0-|-----0---0------0--|
|-2*3-----------|-----2---2*3*2--2--|
|---------------|--3--3----------3--|

[VERSE]
G  		   Em
Captain Margo  got his boots shined
C9		    Em
by his mistress in the rain
D		C		G
right in the middle of a mudslide
C9  		Em
She wiped,  she spread
D		C9
she smiled, she wiped
              Am
and life was good for every body
	  D7
life is good for everyone
G		   Em
Captain Margot found a gold coin
C9		Em
and he polished it at night
D		C		G
using the reflector from a bike wheel
C9
he wiped, he scraped
D		C9
he smiled and wiped
		Am
and life was good for everybody
D7
life was good for everyone

[BRIDGE]
              Em
but there are rats in the silo
Bm
pull grain for a living
C9
pile in the slip shift
D
show up in your cereal

[REPEAT INTRO]
G   |Em	|C9	|B/G	|D	|C9	|G

[VERSE 2]
captain margot showed up married
on the 4th day of september
honey on the back side of some wheat toast
she spread, and bit
she smiled, and spread
and life was good for everybody
life was good for everyone
and captain margot says a sailor
feels the salt course in his veins
and has no need for explanation
he sails, he floats
he smiles and sails
and life is good for everybody
life is good for everyone

[BRIDGE]
but there's a thin line of difference
between aesthetics and emotion
one might please the view,
one torments by touchless wonder

[INTRO]

[FINALE]
            Am    				D
And life is good for everybody,  life is good for everyone <3x>
                   G
BUT, CAPTAIN...
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