The Joker Steve Miller Band
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Thanks for the tab, great beginner song. You can change the D chords to D7 and it works fine too, with less finger movement---even easier.
Pompitous is a real word in the Urban dictionary http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=pompitous
how do you make that katjoung (very proffesional discription of bass sound :D)
just hitting the E or do you do something different i can't get it right
The Joker is played in D, not standard
Great song . I,ve been playing it forever it seems .
After G C D C
I get my loving on the run
I don,t think the change from D to C is made . I hold the D and the original has some Oooh oooh ooh ooh , before returning to the start of the next verse .
Pompitous was explained as a puppet . An ethereal character drifting about looking for love .
Just my 2 cents worth . Hope it helps
can u please tell me what the strums are for each chord??
pompetous IS idd correct, it's a word he made up in his previous album!
The word you are looking for is palpetice. From the word palpable.
If something is palpable it is evident or obvious and strong.
Did anyone hear the Happyfeet The Joker/Everything I own mash-up?
DD DU/switch end of line is 1/8th notes
James McCormick (report)
Also: "Because I speak of the pompetous of love'" is the correct lyric. 'Pompetous' is not a real word, but that is how the song goes . . .
Also its a Midnight Toker meaning one who tokes, that is smokes weed....
It's I'm a Picker meaning a Guitar player in the words....lol