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Julius ukulele

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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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
From: keeler@bnr.ca (Tony Vaserfirer)
Subject: Re: REQ: Phish- Julius


Julius
~From: Chris Corsale (ccorsale@cosi.stockton.edu)

opening part, referred       |next part, referred
to here as "I" or            |to as "II" or "part
"part I"                     |II"
    /S                P  P          D         C
|----------------------------||----------------------------------|
|--------------------------.-||-----7---------5------------------|
|----------------------------||-----7---------5------------------|
|-------7----5-------------.-||-----7---------5------5-----------|
|----7-----5----3------------||-------------------------7---5----|
|------------------5--3--0---||----------------------------------|

ARRANGEMENT:
part I:  6X  (4 as intro and 2 w/ singing)
D  C
part I:  4X
D  C
part I:  2X
part II:  4X
part I:  4X
E  D 2X --Like part II above, only 2 frets higher
part II (regular):  3X
part I:  ONCE
D  C
part I:  ONCE
D  C (w/ distortion, add band)

--repeat above sequence, this time with the full band--

JAM:  A  D7  A  D7  over and over

HORN BREAK:  D / D / D / D / part I 4X
             D / D / D / D / E (let chord die and slide down the neck)

part I:  4X
resume jammage:  A / D7 / A / D7    over and over

Break: open 6th string, then 2 hits on an E#9 chord (see below) done
twice.  It's like an oom-pa-pa, with the open E being the "oom" and the
chords being the "pa-pa" 's.

       E#9

VI +-+-+-+-+-+
   | | X | | |
   +-+-+-+-+-+
   | X | X | |
   +-+-+-+-+-+
   | | | | X |
   +-+-+-+-+-+
   | | | | | |
   +-+-+-+-+-+
   | | | | | |
   +-+-+-+-+-+

Resume jam; song finishes itself.


Later Bud,

PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL TO THE HEADER!  MAIL TO mockud@rpi.edu

Sorry about using CAPS its just real important that you do not
mail to the header.

                                            Darrell
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                   aren't that friendly." -- David Lee Roth
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