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From: [email protected] (Jay Sandhaus)
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Subject: Dramarama - Would You Like?

Would You Like? -- Dramarama

Listen to this song to get the rhythm right, the chords are easy.
It's another weird 3-part chord for the first chord, then the others
are all normal chords.

1st part of song (Beginning of each verse)
Am, Am with 3rd fret B string added, Am without B string fingered, G, Em

Chorus-type part of song (Would you like...)
F, Am, G, Em

It's really easy. I think you'd proabbly have to listen to the song to make
sense of the weird way I explain things, but it really is easy.

The words go something like this.

Am, Am+D, Am, Am-C, G, Em
Sitt ing in a leafy glade,

Am, Am+D, Am, Am-C, G, Em
Let's go join the big parade,

Em F Am
Would you like to lead ahead?

Am G Em
Would you like to paint things red?

Lying in my own decay,
Don't belive a word you say,
Would you like to hear the end?
Would you like to be my freind?
Would you like to go to bed?
Would you like to see me dead?

Living in a hovel's great,
Isn't this the sunshine state?
Would you like to hear me squeal?
Bet you'd love to watch me kneel.
Would you like to be my freind?
Would you like to hear the end?
Would you like to go to bed?
Would you like to see me dead?
Ah-la-la-la-la-la, random moaning...

I hope someone likes this. If you actually do like it, drop
me a line so I don't feel like I completely wasted my time typing it in.

Jay ([email protected])

-- Dramarama nuts, please write so we can trade stuff --




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