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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Paul played this song on The Sideshow (RIP) back in 2007, and it was pretty neat. Unfortunately, I can't tab
so the solo is missing. Play the asterisked chords barred on fifth (557775 for D and 577555 for Am). Strumming
is fast-paced and muted by lifting the barring finger off the fretboard. 

Kinda dunnnn-da-da-da-da-dunnnn-da-da-da-da. Half and quarter notes at best. If you remember the song,
hopefully this'll get you most of the way there. Someone's been running around on YouTube taking all of Paul's
work from The Sideshow down, but he did a version for Paul McDermott Sings in the Spiegeltent. Clear lyrics,
but nowhere near as uptempo and interesting as The Sideshow version was.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=An6eePRs5EA&t=54m27s

D*     Am*
D*     Am*

D*                                                           Am*
When the Earth was barely born, God said to that unicorn, you're through
D*                                                                    Am*
Yeah, you, you myth, you minotaurs, you chimeras, you dinosaurs, you're doomed

F                G                        D
I'm gonna flood, yeah I'm rainin' down on you
F                   G                       Am    G
And believe you me, there's nothin' you can do to stop it not comin' tru-
C    F G  C     F  G
-uuue, whoa, etc.
F                 G             C                Am
The unicorn's the loveliest of creatures from the fall,
F                  G             C                       Am
He called them all together then he drowned them, one and all
Bb               G              Em       Am
What should I do? What should I do oh to you?
F                 G      Am
What would God do in my shoes?

D*                                                                       Am*
And from the blood new cities rose, Gahmorrah it was one of those, that displeased
D*                                                                               Am*
And God said, Lott, you take your wife and any who might fear my might, and you flee, flee, flee

F              G               D
Fire now - I'm rainin' down on you
F                   G                              Am                     G
And don't turn your head when I tear this world in two, just run man it's coming soo-
C    F G  C     F  G
-oon, whoa, etc.
F                          G        C                  Am
And all those who betrayed His love he banished to the fire
F                          G                C                   Am
The idolaters, the adulterers, and those unfaithful, faithless lairs.
Bb               G              Em          Am
What  would God do? What would God do oh to you?
F          G             Am
What would God do in my shoes?

D*     Am*
MAD SOLO
D*     Am*

F                  G              D
Seven plagues I'm rainin' down on you
F                  G                        Am          G
On your children's house, and all their children too, 'til everyone is consu-
C    F G  C     F  G
-umed, whoa, etc.
F         G                C              Am
I am the captain now of a sinking ship of fools,
F                       G                   C                           Am
I believed your lies, I believed your lies, but then that's what a fool would do
Bb               G                Em         Am
What would God do? What would God do, oh, to you?
F              G         Am
What would God do, in my shoes?

C          F                  G
To stop it from coming true, whoa,
C          F      G
What would God do oh?
C          F      G
What would God do oh?
C          F      G
What would God do oh?  
C          F      G  
What would God do oh?
C          F      G
What would God do oh?
C          F      G
What would God do oh?
C          F    G       Am
What would God do in my shoes?

            
            
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