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Jazz At The Bookstore ukulele

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JAZZ AT THE BOOKSTORE  

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Am6: 04200(0)                                     
Fmaj7: X3200(0) 
 
| Am6 Fmaj7 E7 Am | Am6 Fmaj7 E7  

 Am                                         G 
Leadbelly’s in the background being drowned out by the grind 
                  F                            Am 
He’s singing ’bout „Rock Island Line“ nobody seems to pay him any mind  
Am                                    G 
Bestsellers and bookshelves full of self-help printed word 
           F                            Am 
Some faint elegance is heard, now was that Ellington or Bird?  
 
F                        G                 Em Am 
And has it really come to this? Can ignorance be bliss? 
            G        Em           Am 
I’m waiting for   -   the other shoe to drop 
Am6         Fmaj7        E7         Am 
Jazz at the bookstore and Blues in the coffee shop 
Am6         Fmaj7        E7         Am        | Am | Am | 
Jazz at the bookstore and Blues in the coffee shop 
 
         Am                                    G 
There’s a man standing at the crossroads with a dark roast in his hand 
              F                         Am 
He’s livin’ in white yuppy land  over by the milk and sugar stand 
F                        G                 Em Am 
And have I really come for this, cup of caffenated bliss?  
 
              Fmaj7         Dm7            Am 
So we browse around all over town sipping coffees that we can’t pronounce 
     Fmaj7                            E7 
And meanwhile in the Blues Cemetery all the coffins commence to bounce 
 
| Am | Am | Am | Am | 
 
Am                                 G 
Leadbelly’s in the cold ground rolling over in his grave 
                    F                         Am 
The hard road where so many slaved is now so smooth and paved 
F                        G                 Em Am 
And has it really come to this? Can ignorance be bliss? 
            G        Em           Am 
I’m waiting for   -   the other shoe to drop 
Am6         Fmaj7        E7         Am 
Jazz at the bookstore and Blues in the coffee shop 
Am6         Fmaj7        E7         Am 
Jazz at the bookstore and Blues in the coffee shop 
Am6         Fmaj7   E7                   Am 
Jazz at the bookstore   -    Blues in the coffee shop 

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