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Scatmans World chords

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Scatman John is real -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scatman_John

Chords by M.C. Brown Shoes (mcbrownshoes@fastmail.fm)
Haxed by Public Transport

Chorus:
    D                A
I'm calling out from Scatland
    Bm                         F#m
I'm calling out from Scatman's World
       G                            Bm
If you wanna break free, you better listen to me
              G                         A
You've got to learn how to see, in your fantasy

D                  A 
Everybody's talkin something very shockin'
        Bm                            F#m
Just to keep on blockin' what they're feeling inside
    G                               Bm
But listen to me, brother, you just keep on walkin'
      G                               A
Cause you and me and sister ain't got nothin' to hide... etc.
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Feaksy 82 Jul 03, 2007 04:12 AM

hahahah i cant believe someone did a tab for this song! its right mate good job. cheers

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terror_fcs 10 Jan 08, 2008 12:18 PM

good, but not complete, lyrics missing

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MattCasey 10 Jul 09, 2009 08:12 PM

The second Bm ("listen to me","keep on walking") sounds better as Dmaj. Other than that, great tab. I would probably not have figured out any of the chords w/o it.

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