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A Mighty Wind - Old Joes Place Chords

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...OLD JOE'S PLACE... by The Folksmen
---------------------................

*from 'A Mighty Wind Original Soundtrack' (2003)*


Intro:

G,
C  F, C  G

Verse 1:

     C              F          C                 F
When-ever I'm out a wandering, chasing a rainbow dream.
  C     C/B      Am      Am/G    D7               G
I often stop and think a-bout, a place I've never seen.

Bridge 1:

      Am                 Em          Am                G    G7
Where friendly folks can gather, and raise the rafters high.
     C         C/B      Am     Am/G     F        G        C
With songs and tales of yester year, un-til they say good-bye.

Chorus 1:

(n.c.)
 Well...
          F            C              F              C
There's a puppy in the parlour, and a skillet on the stove,
      F          C               G      C
And a smelly old blanket, that a Navajo wove.
          F              C              F          C
There's a chicken on the table, but you got to say grace.
        F                C          G         C     F, C  G
There's always something cooking at Old Joe's Place.

Verse 2:

    C                   F             C                    F
Now folks come by round evening time, soon as the sun goes down.
C          C/B     Am         Am/G      D7               G
 Some drop in from right next door, and some from out of town. Pick it!

Banjo Solo:

Am  Em, Am  G  G7, C  C/B  Am  Am/G, F  G  C

Chorus 2:

(n.c.)
 Well...
          F            C              F              C
There's a puppy in the parlour, and a skillet on the stove,
      F          C               G      C
And a smelly old blanket, that a Navajo wove.
        F              C             F             C
There's popcorn in the popper, and a porker in the pot.
        F          C               G               C
There's pie in the pantry, and the coffee's always hot.
          F              C              F          C
There's a chicken on the table, but you got to say grace.
        F                C          G         C     F, C  G
There's always something cooking at Old Joe's Place.

Verse 3:

    C                   F              C                 F
Now they don't allow no frowns inside; leave them by the door.
        C     C/B    Am     Am/G     D7             G
There's apple brandy by the keg, and sawdust on the floor.

Bridge 3:

   Am              Em              Am                G  G7
So if you've got a hankerin', I'll tell you where to go.
     C            C/B    Am   Am/G       F         (n.C)
Just look for the busted neon sign, that flashes... Ea A Oe's.

Chorus 3:

(n.c.)
 Well...
          F            C              F              C
There's a puppy in the parlour, and a skillet on the stove,
      F          C               G      C
And a smelly old blanket, that a Navajo wove.
        F              C             F             C
There's popcorn in the popper, and a porker in the pot.
        F          C               G               C
There's pie in the pantry, and the coffee's always hot.
        F              C              F           C
There's sausage in the morning, and a party every night,
          F        C            G          C
There's a nurse on duty, if you don't feel right.
          F              C              F          C
There's a chicken on the table, but you got to say grace.
(n.C.)      F                C          G      G7      (C)
 There's... always something cooking at Old... Joe's... Place.

Outro:

C  F, C  F, G  C


CHORD DIAGRAMS:
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   G       C       F       C/B     Am     Am/G     D7      Em      G7

 EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE
 320003  x32010  133211  x20010  x02210  302210  xx0212  022000  323000


Tabbed by Joel from cLuMsY, Bristol, England, 2005 (clumsyband@hotmail.com)
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