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Association, Broccoli Chords (ver.1)

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Broccoli Chords (ver.1)

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                Broccoli was recorded by the Association in 1969, and was written by Russ Giguere. I 
you enjoy playing this most unusual piece.

(talking before recording has two chords in the background, E and D)

intro:

       D Dsus4 D E A

verse 1:

       E
       Broccoli

       A               E        E
       I really dig it steamed

       E
       Broccoli

       A                         E        E
       Just plain with cheese or creamed

       G
       I like to eat it with my mouth

       A
       Tastes so good

       G
       I like to eat it with my mouth

       B
       Its my favorite food

verse 2:
(key change)
       G
       Broccoli

       C                       G       G
       It grows right from the ground

       G
       Broccoli

       C              G      G
       I even dig the sound

       Bb
       My favorite atlantean dish

       C
       They thought it was the end

       Bb
       My favorite atlantean dish

       D
       Im a'turnin you on my friend

       Eb
       Im a'turnin you on my friend

verse 3:

       E
       Broccoli

       A                E                     E
       I really dig it, really dig it steamed

       E
       Broccoli

       A                       E                            E
       Just plain with cheese, plain with cheese or creamed

End:

       G
       I like to eat it

       [n.C.]
       I like to eat it
       (repeats and fades with talking and chewing noises)

-Tristan Rogers
            
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