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Bus Drivers Song
Tabbed by Yeldarb

Intro:
F	Gm	A#	A


Second guitar part is something like:
e|---------------------------------------|
B|--6--8--10-10--9--8--3--3/11--11--10---|
G|--5--7--9---9---8--7--2--2/10--10--9-9-|
D|-------------------------------------7-|
A|---------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------|


Intro repeated until:

Cm					     	   D			A
…Where I was caught with a friend age 11 sniffing tractor fuel

E
We thought we were pretty cool breaking them changing shed rules


F			       	 Gm
But do you see up there?  The banner hanging in the air

A#				   A
The Presbyterian fair, well I never go, there’s too many Presbyterians there

Gm			   		 C
But if you’re interested, the fair’s in the third weekend of August every year

Gm				         		   C
But don’t bother entering the raffle, it’s always won by some kid of the Mayor


F						Gm
Oh do you hear that sound?	The town clock heard from anywhere in town

A#		         		   A
Until 1960, there was a little place in Norway, we bought it for a hundred pounds.

Cm					     		    D
Rumor has it they sold it cheap because the chimes were too
A
loud

E
But every time I hear that sound it makes me so proud


C(Stacato)		      E
Look to your left, what a beautiful sight

F			         	   E
It’s Paula, Paula Thompson, nee Paula Wright

C					    E
Look at her hair, it’s still gorgeous even now

F				  			  E
Flowing like the Waimahunga river, which incidentally is to your right

C						  E
And is the largest in the area, in terms of volume

F			   E
Everybody look at Paula, Look at Paula Thompson

F					  Am
I always thought I’d marry Paula, but some things just
		 E
don’t work out that way

F								    Gm
Well that’s the most important thing you’ll learn on the tour today

A#
That and the fact that there’ll be a toilet break at the

A
information center near the mermaid lake


REPEAT INTRO X2


C	 E			    F	   E		   F
Paula Thompson born in ’54, to a family of four

E			    F		   E		   C
To the family next door, take me back next door

C	 E				 F				   E
Paula Thompson nee Paula Wright, that’s her old house up at

F   E		   F				 E
39, Number 41 was mine, if this old coach could go back in

Dm
time, I’d drive to 1979


(Take me back section)
D(5th fret)->D#->D (Repeat A few times)
C	A

Repeat Intro once, end of F

            
            
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snowjoke 10 May 10, 2008 07:54 AM

Good job! Some things things I hear differently:

"changing shed rules"

"Paula Thompson, nee Paula Wright" (showing she's now married)

"Waimahunga river" - Waimahunga is apparently a place in New Zealand

"this old coach" - not couch

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Yeldarb 91 May 10, 2008 10:18 AM

Kudos. I had to do some guesswork for a lot of it, so I'm glad it's been deciphered. Couch was a spelling mistake, blah...

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tommyc21 49 Jul 30, 2009 12:50 AM

I think it's 'change-and-chatter rules'

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