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Thread: Seasonally Seasick, Yet Still Docked (Tablature)

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    Ruffian
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    Default Seasonally Seasick, Yet Still Docked (Tablature)

    If you feel a little down, the shopping getting you all a-flustered, or you're feeling a little blue at this time.. missing friends family whatever.. Try plucking the strings and play along to these chords. It cheers your soul..

    G D G D (intro)
    B F# A D E (verse)
    B F# A G A
    G D

    You better find out for yourself.. the words I mean! Thanks to Bluenose for lending me Oye Estaban where I was listening and took inspiration..

    If we have a Moz Solo night round someone's house some time.. I'll bring me axe along. Just make sure there's no open fires, coz I did that once and my mates chucked it on the bl00dy thing!

    So far from where I wanted to go..

    Ruffian

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    Patrick McCann
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    Default Re: Seasonally Seasick, Yet Still Docked (Tablature)

    > If you feel a little down, the shopping getting you all a-flustered, or
    > you're feeling a little blue at this time.. missing friends family
    > whatever.. Try plucking the strings and play along to these chords. It
    > cheers your soul..

    > G D G D (intro)
    > B F# A D E (verse)
    > B F# A G A
    > G D

    > You better find out for yourself.. the words I mean! Thanks to Bluenose
    > for lending me Oye Estaban where I was listening and took inspiration..

    > If we have a Moz Solo night round someone's house some time.. I'll bring
    > me axe along. Just make sure there's no open fires, coz I did that once
    > and my mates chucked it on the bl00dy thing!

    Couldn't they have used it to go out and chop some wood from a tree or something, Ruff?? Or did they just look at the wooden handle and think 'That'll do.' ?
    Don't like to be judgemental but they sound like numbnuts to me.

    > So far from where I wanted to go..

    > Ruffian

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    Ruffian
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    Default Re: Seasonally Seasick, Yet Still Docked (Tablature)

    > Couldn't they have used it to go out and chop some wood from a tree or
    > something, Ruff?? Or did they just look at the wooden handle and think
    > 'That'll do.' ?
    > Don't like to be judgemental but they sound like numbnuts to me.

    Theye are numbnuts.. They were workmates, we were round a fire in the middle of the woods tanked up on Stella when the guitar antics started.. then again verse 5 of American pie would drive you insane. It was a funny w/e.. The manager had just offered out the Network Support specialist at the curry house.. it was a memorable team building weekend!!

    Ruffian

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    Patrick McCann
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    Default Re: Seasonally Seasick, Yet Still Docked (Tablature)

    > Theye are numbnuts.. They were workmates, we were round a fire in the
    > middle of the woods tanked up on Stella when the guitar antics started..
    > then again verse 5 of American pie would drive you insane. It was a funny
    > w/e.. The manager had just offered out the Network Support specialist at
    > the curry house.. it was a memorable team building weekend!!

    > Ruffian

    If you were round a fire in the woods why didn't you use the axe to chop some wood instead of just throwing it on the fire??
    That was silly.

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