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In The Land Of Grey And Pink chords

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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: Tue, 30 Dec 1997 04:35:05 -0500
From: Nick Paluzzi 
Subject: In the land of grey and pink; caravan



D/G D/G6 D/G D/G6 D(I) Dsus2 D(I) Dsus2 D/F D/FMaj7 D/F D/FMaj7 D/C(I)
D/C(II) D/C(I) D/C(II)


[DII] In the land of Grey and Pink
Where omly [Am7] boyscouts stop to think
[G] They'll be coming back again
Those nasty grumbly grimlies
[D] They're coming down your chimney
Yes, they're [Am7] trying to get in
[G]going to take your money
Isn't it a sin
[B] They're so thin
[F#]There's black buckets in the sky
[D] Don't laeve your [E] dad in the [B] rain
[F#] Cigarettes burn bright tonight
[D] They'll all get [CM7] washed down the [F#7] drain [G]

So we sail away for just one day
To the land where the punk weed grows
You won't need any money, just fingers and ye toes
And when it's dark a boat will pass in the land of Walburn(?) Green
Take a fill of punkweed and smoke till ye bleed, that's all we'll need
Sailing back in morning light
We'll wash our feet in the sea
And when the day gets really bright
We'll go to sea drinking tea.


D/G D/G6 D/G D/G6 D(I) Dsus2 D(I) Dsus2 D/F D/FMaj7 D/F D/FMaj7 D/C(I)
D/C(II) D/C(I) D/C(II)

D/G D(II) D/G D/G6 D/G D/G6 D(I) Dsus2 D(I) Dsus2 D/F D/FMaj7 D/F D/FMaj7
D/C(I) D/C(II) D/C(I) D/C(II)

D/C# D(II)


         E A D G B E

Am7      X 0 2 0 1 0

B        X 2 4 4 4 0

CMaj7    X 3 2 0 0 0

DI       X X 0 7 7 5

DII      X X 0 2 3 2

Dsus2    X X 0 7 7 0

D/C(I)   X X 0 5 5 3

D/C[II]  X X 0 5 5 0

D/C#     X X 0 1 2 1

D/F      X X 0 5 6 5

D/FMaj7  X X 0 5 6 0

D/G      X X 0 7 8 7

D/G6     X X 0 7 8 0

E        0 2 2 1 0 0

F#       2 4 4 3 2 2

F#7      X 4 4 3 2 0

G        3 2 0 0 3 3

If anyone else in the universe has heard this tune and is making use of
this transcription, PLEASE TELL ME!  I don't want to think my efforts were
in vain.

NICK [leroy777@mindspring.com]

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Tha Funkinator 588 Apr 27, 2007 12:55 AM

It's the only tab we've got, but it doesn't sound accurate, and the chord notation for the intro is backwards: D/G suggests a D major chord with a G bass note, but in this tab, it seems to mean a G major chord with a D bass note.

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Esb 76 Feb 03, 2008 10:25 AM

It's not very good... And this is my favorite song. Sadly, I can't do it any better myself... though I would rearrange
the intro to show how the hell you're suppose to play those chords!?!?!?

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