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Cocamamie Business 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.#
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From: "Petteri Järvinen" 
Subject: Cocamamie Business by George Harrison
Date: Tue, 17 Mar 1998 22:37:42 PST


                        COCAMAMIE BUSINESS
                        By George Harrison
                 Transcribed by Petteri Järvinen


        Em
Bust my back on the Levy - broke my strings on the BBC
                                                                               
Am                                D               B7  D
Found my chops on Eel Pie Island - paid my dues at the Marquee
        Em                          Am
Slagged off by the N.M.E. - lost my stash and my virginity
        Am         B7   Em
In this Cockamamie Business

       Em
Got my face on Ed Sullivan - broke my heart on the Soul Train
     Am                           D                  B7     D
Introduced to Bad Company - lost cells down at Brain Drain
      Em                           Am         
And before I could mend - lost the missus, missed the girlfriend
        Am         B7  Em
In this Cockamamie Business

        Em
Now we like to air condition - though the air has no ozone ring                     
Am                           D                
Still they're chopping down the forest for McDonalds and the Burger  
B7  D
King
       Em                                   Am
Eating cows with such persistance - doesn't offer much resistance
        Am         B7   Em
To this Cockamamie Business

          Em  
There are too many things - stressing out the nervous system
Am                        D                          B7   D
Girls you used to know - fellas that may have kissed'em
         Em                                 Am
Some got rabies - Some got fleas - some got incurable diseases
          Am         B7  Em
>From this Cockamamie Business

Em
Everybody's after as many points as they can get
                    Am
As long as it's not them that has to pay
       D                B7   D
No one really minds the Debt
       Em                           Am
5-Star actors, tax inspectors, film producers and directors
           Am         B7  Em
With their Cockamamie Business

          Em
Well you do what you can - can't do much more than that

(No you can't do what he just said)
     Am                             D                  B7      D
Some days you're pretty sharp - on other days you feel half dead

(While you make your daily bread)
       Em                         Am
Didn't want to be a star - wanted just to play guitar
        Am         B7  Em
In this Cockamamie Business



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