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Vicar In A Tutu 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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
Date: Fri, 8 Sep 95 14:55:21 EDT
From: Winston Campbell 
Subject: VICAR IN A TUTU by The Smiths


Vicar In A Tutu
	(Morrissey/Marr)

Basically this song (off of the luxurious Queen Is Dead album) is all simple
chords with that Johnny Marr touch.  The E chord during the verse, for
example, is played by stroking the high E string and then moving up with the
stroke.  It is not that difficult.  Here it is:

E
I was minding my business lifting some lead off
E
The roof of the Holy Name Church
E
It was worthwhile living a laughable life
E
Just to set my eyes on a blistering sight
                C#m
Of a vicar in a tutu

He~s not strange
        A                           B
He just wants to live his life this way

E
A scanty bit of a thing with a decorative ring
E
That wouldn~t cover the head of a child
E
As Rose collects the money in the cannister
E
Who comes sliding down the banister
               C#m
The vicar in a tutu

He~s not strange
        A                           B
He just wants to live his life this way

E
The monkish monsignor with a head full of plaster
E
Said, -my man, get your vile soul dry-cleaned-
E
As Rose counts the money in the cannister
E
As natural as rain he dances again
           C#m
Vicar in a tutu

Oh yeah
   A    B
Oh yeah...

E     E     E     E

           C#m
Vicar in a tutu

Oh yeah
   A      B
Oh yeah...

E
The next day in the pulpit with freedom and ease
E
Combating ignorance, dust and disease
E
As Rose counts the money in the cannister
E
As natural as raihe dances again and again and again
                    C#m
And the fabric of a tutu

Any man could get used to
    A             B
And I am a living sign

             C#m     A   B
I~m a living sign....
             C#m     A   B
I~m a living sign....


that is basically the song in it~s entirety...

-----so i broke into the palace
     with a sponge and a rusty spanner
     she said, "i know you, and you cannot sing"
     i said, "that's nothing you should hear me play piano"
				-morrissey

            
            
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