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Pigram Brothers - Johnny Walker's Shoes
Music and Words: (E & S Pigram/ A, D, G, P, S Pigram, P Mamid)
Tabbed by: Danny Halstead

Intro: D, G, D, G
D                                         G
Heading into town, by the fire sign, up ahead one mile
                            D             G
Mum and naked child by the hiway
D                                                  G
Flash four-wheel drive, I only want a ride to the other side
                                D                 G
Don't try and hide behind your window
D                   G                  D          G
I bet your weekly wage could pay my ransom
D                      G                   D      G
And free me from this sand fly infested castle


Bm           A                   D                           G
And in the wake of those who've gone and left behind their blues
Bm           A            D                        G       D      G
How many furlongs can we step in Johnny walker's shoes


D                                            G
Blanket on the ground, lay your money down, they say you better watch out
                      D             G
If you think you're winning
D                                         G
On a pension day, when the old and grey, ask what moondye say
                            D             G
In the gambling den of Tai Ming
D                      G                   D         G
"A little less of the con and a bit more fusion"
D                      G                   D         G
With the kintuk lost among the walking wounded


D            A            D                                 G
And in the wake of those who've gone and left behind their blues
D           A              D                       G      D     G
How many furlongs can we step in Johnny walker's shoes

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Language Translations:
Moondye = riddle
Kintuk = omen (from old Chinese lottery game of "Chiffa")


            
            
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