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I swear Southern Culture on the Skids is a real band, this was their only hit,
and it didn't even do that well, but do a search on Walk Like A Camel on any
search engine and you will find the bands name.

“Walk Like A Camel” by Southern culture in the skids
tabbed by Al Nennig (heelflip27@dragonball-gt.zzn.com)
Cool song, pretty easy too.

                     ^here you bend to make it go up to 3, not moving your finger off of fret 2.

Play 4 times

Play once

From here, you just start over at the top.  Thats the whole song.  Enjoy.

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guero 10 Apr 22, 2006 08:01 PM

the tabber obviosly knows nothing close to enough about to throw an insult like "camel walk is their only hit, and it didn't do that well". and, who would second guess you on a bands existance if you post it?

stick to pop. because that's obviously all you know

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Homestar1m 31 Jul 04, 2007 07:30 PM

This sounds pretty good, but i think it might be a half step too high, is it supposed to be dropped a half step?

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AncientChild 131 Mar 17, 2013 12:12 PM

Yes, the song is in Bb, a half-step down from the way it's posted. Also, the chords during the verse are wrong. Should be: Ab--F#--Ab--F#--E--F, then back to intro.

And the song is called "Camel Walk", and SCOTS has a huge cult following, as well as having had their music appear all over the place in TV and movies.

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