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Sister Josephine chords

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Song: Sister Josephine
Artist: Jake Thackray
Composer: Jake Thackray
Tabbed by: DJ
28th Mar 2013

CAPO: 2nd fret (Sounds in key of A)

Chord names and fret positions are relative to the capo:
Gmaj7 = 320002    Bm7  = x24232     A7     = x02223
E7b9  = 020101    Bbm7 = x13121     D7 *   = xx0575
Am    = x02210    Am7  = x02010     Daug * = xx0776
D     = xx0232    Eb7  = x1103x     Ddim   = xx0101
Daug  = xx0332    B7   = x21202     Eb     = xx5343
G     = 320033    Em   = 022000     F      = 133211
D7    = xx0212

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[Intro]
 Gmaj7           E7b9           Am              D    Daug
|  /  /  /  /  |  /  /  /  /  |  /  /  /  /  |  /  /  /  /  |


[Verse 1]
G            Bm7      Bbm7   Am7     D               G
Oh, Sister Josephine,       what do all these po - licemen mean..
    E7b9                       Am            Eb7   D   Daug           G
By coming to the convent in a grim limousine,    after Sister Jose - phine?
 D7    G             Bm7    Bbm7     Am7            D               G
While you, Sister Josephine,     you sit with your boots up on the altar screen,
    E7b9                Am    Eb7   D7                   G     D7  G
You smoke one last ci - gar,       what a funny nun you are!


[Verse 2]
       B7                              Em
The policemen say that Josephine's a burglar in disguise,
 B7                                    Em
'Big Bad Norman', fifteen years on the run,
      A7                              D
The Sisters disbelieve it, "No, that can't be Josephine!
      A7                               D           A7       D7 *   Daug *
Just think about her tenderness to - wards...the younger...nuns!"


[Verse 3]
G            Bm      Bbm7          Am7           D             G
Oh, Sister Josephine,    they're searching the chapel, where you've been seen,
    E7b9                             Am           Eb7   D   Daug           G
The nooks, and the crannies, of the nuns' canteen,    after Sister Jose - phine,
  D7   G            Bm7    Bbm7     Am7        D        G
While you Sister Josephine,     you sip one farewell Benedictine,
     E7b9                Am     Eb7    D7                  G     D7  G
Be - fore your 'Au re - voir',      a right funny nun you are!


[Verse 4]
       B7                            Em
Ad - mittedly her hands are big and hairy,
            B7                          Em
And em - bellished with a curious tat - too,
       A7                          D
Ad - mittedly her voice is on the deep side,
         A7                                  D      A7      D7 *  Daug *
And she seems to shave more often than the other..Sisters...do!


[Verse 5]
G             Bm7    Bbm7    Am7             D       G
Oh, Sister Josephine,      founder of the convent pontoon team,
         E7b9                           Am
They're looking through your bundles of rare magazines,
Eb7   D    Daug          G
    After Sister Jose - phine,
 D7    G              Bm7        Bbm7     Am7      D         G
While you, Sister Josephine, you give a good-bye sniff of Benzedrine...
        E7b9             Am    Eb7     D7                  G    D7 G
To the convent budgeri - gar,      a bloody funny nun you are!


[Verse 6]
     B7                                      Em
No longer will her snores ring through the chapel during prayers,
          B7                              Em
Nor her lustful moanings fill the stilly night,
         A7                                 D
No more empty bottles of altar wine come clunking from her cell,
     A7                             D      A7    Ddim    D7
No longer will the cloister toilet seat...stand...up - right!


[Verse 7]
G            Bm7      Bbm7    Am7                   D             G
Oh, Sister Josephine,      slipping through their fingers like Vaseline,
  E7b9                       Am              Eb7    D    Daug          G
Leaving them to clutch your empty crinoline,      after Sister Jose - phine,
 D7    G           Bm7     Bbm7     Am7                D       G
While you Sister Josephine,    sprinting through the suburbs, when last seen,
        E7b9                          Am
Dressed only in your wimple and your rosary,
Eb7     D7                  Eb     F     G
     A right funny nun you seem... to... be!

            
            
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