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730 guided tour   Five Americans

Date: Thu, 14 Nov 1996 14:48:37 -0500
From: Andrew Rogers 
Subject: ./f/five_americans/730_guided_tour.crd

                           "7:30 Guided Tour"
                          (Robin Hood Brians)

Intro: sirens panned across channels

	C        Cm7        [2X]
	/ / / /   / / / /

Verse 1:

	 C          Cm7               FaddG Bb
	Fasten your seat belts for the 7:30 guided tour
	Ab6/Bb           Bb 
	Meet Mister Bartholomew
	Ab6/Bb      Am7-5
	He will translate for you
	       Abmaj7          Ab6         G7sus4   G7
	Please tell him if you do not understand

Verse 2:

	You'll get an eyeful when we climb the highest tower in town
	Above the mist and fog
	We'll let our minds unclog
	Please use the handrail when you're coming down

Bridge 1:

	 C             F/C
	Put on wooden shoes
	 C                  Dm
	Walk away all your blues
	           Em                  F           G7sus4  G7
	Watch the windmills chase the gray clouds away

Instrumental break:

	C      E7/B       Am     C7/G
	/ / / /  / / / /  / / / /  / / / /
	F      A7/E      Dm        G [N.C.]
	/ / / /  / / / /  / / / /  /

Verse 3:

	There'll be no cameras taken on this portion of the trip
	Best leave them all behind
	They confiscated mine
	For taking pictures of their paradise

Bridge 2:

	Now we're crossing the wall
	I hear the good times call
	Up to the fourth floor
	Gonna ride the riverboat home

Verse 4:

	Hope you have all enjoyed the 7:30 Guided Tour
	If you've enjoyed the tip
	Please leave a little tip
	A token for Bartholomew and me


	(repeat chorus w/wordless vocals to fade)

-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers

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