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Dr Dogenbroom 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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Date: Sun, 18 Jan 1998 19:54:29 +0100 (CET)
From: Peter Eybert 
Subject: CRD: Dr Dogenbroom by Jethro Tull

Dr. Dogenbroom 

written by Ian Anderson
performed by Jethro Tull
from "Living in the past", 1971
transcribed by Peter Eybert 


(Capo 3)

Am   G  Am

Am                     G          D                       A
I have one foot in the graveyard     and the other on the bus,
Am                     G      D                     A
and the passengers do trample     each other in the rush.
Bm                      D      C                     Em
And the chicken hearted lawman    is throwing up his fill,
G                 D      A                   E
to see the kindly doctor    to pass the superpill.
F                     G                          D    C     D   C
Well, I'm going down,    three cheers for Doctor Dogenbroom.
F                     G                          D    C     D   C
Well, I'm on my way,     three cheers for Doctor Dogenbroom.

Am  G Am   Em  Am

Am                       G             D                          A
Well, I tried my best to love you all,    all you hypocrites and whores,
Am                     G      D                         A
with your eyes on each other    and the locks upon your doors.
Bm                         D        C                      Em
Well you drowned me in the fountain    of life and I hated you
G                      D      A                            E
for living while I was dying,     we were all just passing through.
F                     G                          D    C     D   C
Well, I'm going down,    three cheers for Doctor Dogenbroom.
F                     G                          D    C     D   C   Em
Well, I'm on my way,     three cheers for Doctor Dogenbroom.

-- 
pjoe@charon.muc.de

            
            
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