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Oh September chords

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Oh! September
by Mirah and Ginger

a great, catchy song; you can hear it on the k records site here:
http://www.krecs.com/html/press/medialisten.php?interest=28


x- mute or don't play
/- slide

intro is power chords:

  A          F#m       Bm        D    E

E-x-x-x-xxx--x-x-x-xx--x-x-x-xx--xxx--xxx--
B-x-x-x-xxx--x-x-x-xx--x-x-x-xx--xxx--xxx--
G-x-x-x-xxx--x-x-x-xx--x-x-x-xx--777/-999--
D-7-7-7-777/-4-4-4-44/-9-9-9-99--777/-999-- x5
A-7-7-7-777/-4-4-4-44/-9-9-9-99--555/-777--
E-5-5-5-555/-2-2-2-22/-7-7-7-77--xxx--xxx--

trumpet enters on second time with:
E-5/-3-0--------5-7-9-7-9-7  (play a couple times)
B--------------------------
G--------------------------
D--------------------------
A--------------------------
E--------------------------

lyrics plus chords:

Doo-wop, doo-wop! 

(Repeat x7)
A          F#m
I said wouldn't it be nice
Bm             D   E
Give me a mountain paradise
A                         F#m
We'll leave the sheets out in the rain
    Bm                 D    E
And listen to that lonesome train
A                   F#m
summer slowly turns to fall
B                D        E
Tomatoes ripe we eat them all
A            F#m
Tangly vines around our shoes
Bm              D        E
We conquer everything we do



at 1:24 (listen for rhythm) trumpet plays:

E-/5-5-55--------5-5--5-5--5-7-9-9-7----
B---------55-7------7----7--------------


E---5-5--5-5--5---------5-5--5-5---7-9-9-7
B------7----7---7-55-7-----7----7---------  etc.


A            F#m
One seatbelt around us two
        Bm
Windows rolled down
     D          E
70's sounds and doo-wop tunes
A                    F#m
Shown the secrets of metal
                  Bm
By your accordion friend
                   D            E
Now you might just learn how to shred
A                    F#m
The pictures made us change our view
Bm                           D      E
We sleep on blankets in the living room
A                   F#m
It's our work, we're so involved
Bm                            D      E
Sorry we turned the phone off if you called



A                          F#m
Meet me at the back-shack, baby
Bm                D      E
You'll bring your little ukelele
A                F#m
Oh take up reel! make it all right
Bm                       D       E
Let's make a song on the 8-track tonight


A           F#m
Pack up the patch cords
     Bm          D    E    
Look back on the last one
A                   F#m
In the beginning we made up rules
   Bm                     D           E
We thought we'd jam first thing every morning
A                     F#m
But we let some goals slip to the side
Bm                         D      E
Sleeping late, letting our bodies decide
A                   F#m
Now we'll head back home
Bm                          D   E
oh! september where did you go


A                          F#m
Meet me at the back-shack, baby
Bm                D      E
You'll bring your little ukelele
A                F#m
Oh take up reel! make it all right
Bm                       D       E
Let's make a song on the 8-track tonight

Meet me at the back-shack, baby 
(Repeat x11) 

*repeat trumpet lick and fade out*

            
            
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