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Any Major Dude Will Tell You 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: Howard Wright (Hman) 


      ANY MAJOR DUDE  - STEELY DAN
     ------------------------------

                  Tabbed and chorded by Howard Wright

     As heard on the "Pretzel Logic" Album   (and a damn fine album it is)


INTRO:

E------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B--7--7-7-7--7-8--8-7--8-7---0--0-0-0--0-2--2-0--2-0---7--7-7-7--7-8--8-7-8-7--|
G--7--7-7-7--7-9--9-7--9-7---0--0-0-0--0-2--2-0--2-0---7--7-7-7--7-9--9-7-9-7--|
D--0-------------------------0-------------------------0-----------------------|
A------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E----------------------------3-------------------------------------------------|

Verse:

    C                      Csus2/E               F
     I never  seen  you   lookin' so bad  my    funky one

  C                    Csus2/E               A#          C/A#  A#  C/A#  A#
 You tell me that your super-fine  mind has  come undone

  Dm7                Am7                        Bm7
Any major dude with half a heart  surely would  tell you my friend

   Dm7                          Am7                    Bm7
Any amount of world that      breaks apart  falls  to - gether again

         Dm7           F/G          Cmaj7           A#maj7
When the demon  is   at your      door    in the   morning he won't be

  Am7     D7    C7         A#7              Am7
there   no     more  any   major dude would tell you

 F         A#               C5 A#5 C5 A#5 C5 A#5 C5 A#5 C5
  Any    major dude would  tell


(These last chords go over the riff-the last change from G5 to A5 should be
slid)

The other verses and choruses go as above, and the solo is played over the same
chords as the verse

There is a middle bit which comes after the third (I think!) chorus

It goes:

 Am7            Bm7                  Cmaj7                Em7
I can tell you   all I know   the     where  to go    the   what to do

 Am7            Bm7               Dm7                   F/G
You can try to  run but you can't  hide from what's    inside  of you

(The solo comes next)

That's all!


Howard

Chord Shapes:

 EADGBE     EADGBE     EADGBE    EADGBE    EADGBE    EADGBE
 x02220     x4220x     xx0232    3x000x    3x222x    x24232

   C        Csus2/E     F         A#         C/A#       Dm7

 EADGBE    EADGBE     EADGBE     EADGBE     EADGBE
 242222    464444     x7777x     5x665x     3x443x

  Am7       Bm7       F/G       Cmaj7      A#maj7


 EADGBE     EADGBE     EADGBE     EADGBE    EADGBE
 7x78xx     5x56xx     3x34xx     57xxxx    35xxxx

   D7         C7         A#7        C5        A#5

 EADGBE
 x46454

   Em7
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