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Scavenger Type

D                                F#
Gigin alone at the bottom of the hill
Our protagonist named Bill
Sets his sights on an anchor steam pint
     D  F#               Bm       G
All he needs is thirteen quarters
                   D   E7  Em7  A7
Congregated in his hat

D                      F#
A crow, a scavenger type
               Bm         G                  D
California redemption provides him with his rent
F#                Bm      G             D  E7  Em7  A7
Room and board inside of a fifth of comfort

       D                   F#                          
As the wind penetrates his bones
               Bm      G
His mind keeps focused
D               F#        Bm  
Tidal waves of sound catapulted
          G                D   E7  Em7  A7    
From his horn wail like lovers

D                          F#                 Bm
The coins don't drop consistent as does the mercury
      G               D        F#  
His meter slows realizing a zenith
He's reached perfection
     G              D  E7  Em7 A7 
No one did see him die

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JerseyPunker 10 Jul 02, 2013 02:03 PM

I'm ecstatic to see uke chords being posted, so it saddens me to leave a less than five star review. It is a minor thing though. I simply find the guitar version of the chords better to play on the uke. A. They're in the same key as the original song making playing along easier to play along, aiding learning, as well as maintaining the original sound, where as this version sounds kind of bright rather than kind of dark. And B. a minor detail except to the beginner and the person like me with less than 100% motion in the fingering hand (wrist injury, 2 fused bones and a pin, diminished wrist and finger flexibility and especially finger independence in 3rd and 4th. I picked up the uke as a form of fun physical rehab). This isn't to knock this version, it is good and it is accurate in its key as far as I can hear, I just think the guitar version is better.

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JerseyPunker 10 Jul 02, 2013 02:48 PM, edited on January 4 2015, 10:14 pm

Why can't I delete a previous comment?

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