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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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
#

Date: Mon, 15 Jul 1996 14:25:51 -0400 (EDT)
From: "Mathew L. Needleman" 


Poisoning Pigeons in the Park
music and lyrics by Tom Lehrer
from the album, An Evening Wasted With Tom Lehrer

Arranged for the guitar by Mathew Needleman (mln6614@is.nyu.edu).
If you make improvements to this arrangement, please e-mail them to me.
If there is interest, I think there a couple more Tom Lehrer songs that
could work on the guitar.

The rhythm changes at different points during the song.  Sometimes it
better to strum a chord only once when indicated.

[C] Spring is [A7] here, a-suh-puh-[D7]ring is [G7] here.
[C] Life is [A7] skittles and [D7] life is [G7] beer.
[C] I think the [G7] loveliest [C] time of the [G7] year is the [C]
spring.
Dont [A7] you? [D7]  Course you [G7] do.
But theres [Dm] one thing that makes spring [C] complete for me,
And [D7] makes every Sunday a [G] treat for [G7] me.

All the [C] world seems in tune
On a spring afternoon,
When were poisoning pigeons in the [G7] park.
Every [Dm] Sunday youll see
My sweetheart and me,
As we [G7] poison the pigeons in the [C] park.

When [F] they see us coming, the [C] birdies all try anhide,
But they [D7] still go for peanuts when [G7] coated with cyanide.
The [C] suns shining bright,
Everything seems all right,
When were [D7] poisoning [G7] pigeons in the [C] park.

Weve [G7] gained notoriety,
And [C] caused much anxiety
In the [G7] Audubon Society
With our [C] games.
They [A7] call it impiety,
And lack of propriety,
And quite a variety
Of unpleasant [D] names.
But its [D7] not against any re[G]ligion
To [D7] want to dispose of a [G7] pigeon.

[G7] So if [C] Sunday youre free,
Why dont you come with me,
And well poison the pigeons in the [G7] park.

And [Dm] maybe well do
In a squirrel or two,
While were [G7] poisoning pigeons in the [C] park.

Well [F] murder them all amid [C] laughter and merriment,
Ex[D7] cept for the few we take [G7] home to experiment.
My [C] pulse will be quikenin
With each drop of strychnine
We [D7] feed to a [G7] pigeon.
It [D7] just takes a [G7] smidgen!
To [D7] poison A [G7] pigeon in the [C] park.  [G7] [C]

            
            
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