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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: Thu, 14 May 1998 22:54:03 -0700
From: Gebuhr-Wilbur Family 
Subject: e/elevator_to_hell/roger_and_the_hair.crd

Roger And The Hair
by Elevator To Hell
Label: SubPop

Intro/Verse:
For Guitar or Bass or both.
e|---------------|
B|---------------|
G|---------------|
D|--6-7-6-7-9-7--|
A|--6-7-6-7-9-7--|
E|--4-5-4-5-7-5--|

Organ/Guitar:
Using an organ you play an E Major scale from High to Low, notes as
follows:
G#->F#->E->D#->C#->B->A#->G#
In TAB I think it is as follows...
e|---------------------|
B|---------------------|
G|--1------------------|
D|----4-2-1------------|
A|---------4-2-1-------|
E|----------------4----|
In came a boy with hip length greasy hair,
He had lots of songs that he wanted to share,
High up above him (in) the tall cloudy air,
Flew a little bird some others noticed there,

The bird's name was Roger and he didn't have a care,
Except when it came to human's so unfriendly stares,
Diving through the thick air,
The anger grew to where,
Roger attacked the boy and pulled out half his greasy hair,
The boy screamed and Roger cursed at humans dirty stares,
The boy swung at everything and busted Roger's head,
He fell down to the pavement and people looked and cared,
Roger couldn't hear them all he could taste was greasy...
Hair.

Transcription by David Boutlier, Tabbed by Iwilbur@is2.dal.ca.

            
            
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