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Jack Of All Trades Theme ukulele

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This is the theme tune to a show staring Bruce Campbell, not a lot of people may 
know about,but I really wanted to tab it out since its such an awesome tune!

People who have seen the intro or the series may know the tune, if not I highly 
recommend listening to theme on YouTube.


           D                          D
In eighteen-hundred-one the Revolution had been won
        G      D         G          D            A
And Uncle Sams favorite son had a job he needed done
        B5                                  D
Which brought Jack to a lady, both beautiful and smart
       B5                        G            A
Who found his mix intriguing; a scoundrel with a heart!

Slide up to the 5th fret on the B string then play the 5th fret on the high E (bar 
them both and play)

           A                            E
From the halls of Montezuma to the shores of Tripoli
           A                   E              B5
There was never a leatherneck braver, a Daring Dragoon is he

-------bar chords in the shape of B5 and on the A string marked IN {}       

        {C#}              {E}             A       E    
He'll halt the bold advance of Napoleon’s attack
         E                          B5                  E
There aint a French or pirate rogue who don't... know Jack!
        A                           E                    
From the halls of Montezuma to the shores of Tripoli
        A                           E          B5
Sailing  round the bloody world to defend democracy
        {C#}              {E}            A              E
And when ya need a fighting man  ya trust to watch yer back
         E                        B5             B5                  E 
Just ask the bloke right next ta ya –   Damn right – it’s… Jack!

            
            
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