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Rob's notes:  Where the "C*" appears with the asterisk it's just a passing note listen to the record.

It's in 4/4 time, no capo, although the recording speed has been altered and its slightly off concert pitch.

David's notes:  Lower all strings by half a tone. Chords between() mean they continue from previous verse.

Chords used:
  Am        C         G          Em       D
E-0---------0---------3-----------0-------2-------
B-1---------1---------3-----------0-------3-------
G-2---------0---------0-----------0-------2-------
D-2---------2---------0-----------2-------0-------
A-0---------3---------2-----------2-------0-------
E-0---------3---------3-----------0-------0-------

Opening: G acoustic riff (8 times w/ lead guitar coming in)
G acoustic riff (4 times w/ big drum kick added)
(Changes rythm, same beat, with cool lead guitar signature riff)
G      G       C       C
G      G       C       C
Verse 1:
G                       C
Uncle larry's hooked on ice again
G                            c     Am
He seems to be stuck in the 80's
(Am)            C*             G   Am
He wears his member's only jacket
(Am)                C                 G
Cause he thinks it turns on all the ladies

Chorus:
D                               Em
And all the white folks shake their asses
D                       C*   G
Looking for the two and four
C                            G
I'll have mine in martini glasses
Em              D               G
Cause i can't take it anymore
G      G       C     C
(cool lead riff)

Verse 2:
G                              C
These are the days of empty kitchens
G                                   C    Am
The rise and fall of MAry Ellen's hairdo
(Am)           C               G   Am
I think she's found a new religion
(Am)            C                G
Studying the Kabalah in her J. Crew

Chourus

D                       Em
And all the rich kids shake their asses
D                       C*  G
Looking for the two and four
C                                     G
Well I'll have mine with blackstrap molasses
Em             D                C
Cause I can't taste it anymore
C           D           G
No I can't taste it anymore
Break:
G      G      C     C
G      G      C     C
(cool lead riff)
G         C
G         C
D         D     G
D         G
(solo over same chords as first verse segment)

Verse 3:
G                        G
My friend Greg says it's all good
G                                C    Am
As the eastern seaboard's blown away
(Am)                    C       G    Am
Now everything is going half-price
(Am)                    G
So look at all the money we saved

Chorus
D                       Em
And all the politicians shake their asses
D                     G
Looking for the backdoor
C                                   G
I'll just be hanging out with the lasses
Em                      D          C
Cause they don't like the boys no more
C               D              G
No and I can't take it anymoe

G    G    C     C
G    G    C     C
(cool lead riff)
(end cold on G)

Tablature Riff by Daniel Bromley (dan@dbromley.freeserve.co.uk)
H= hammer on
P= Pull off

The acoustic riff:
E:---3---1p0---0----------
B:-----3-----3----3-------
G:------------------------
D:------------------------
A:------------------------
E:-3----------------------

or
E:---3---1p0--------------
B:-----3------3h5p3-------
G:------------------------
D:------------------------
A:------------------------
E:-3----------------------

The electric riff (listen to the cd to get timing and accents right)

E:-5-3-2-3--55-3--2-3--5-3-2-3-0---
B:---------------------------------
G:---------------------------------
D:---------------------------------
A:---------------------------------
E:---------------------------------

A lower tone version (mainly for higher pitched guitars [such as the one on the track].)

E:---------------------------------
B:---------------------------------
G:-2-0---0--22-0----0--2-0---0-----
D:-----4----------4--------4---2---
A:---------------------------------
E:---------------------------------

Tabbed originally by Rob Anderson (rjand@ix.netcom.com)
Revised by David Ribeiro (Sherly Crow- Paradise)

Hope you guys enjoy it, it took for ever to find and even longer to type -- cindy
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