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Black Oak Arkansas, Jim Dandy Chords (ver.1)

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Jim Dandy Chords (ver.1)

Black Oak Arkansas Tabs
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                           JIM DANDY – Black Oak Arkansas
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(Chorus)

  C
  Jim Dandy to the rescue!


  Jim Dandy to the rescue!


  Jim Dandy to the rescue!


  Go, Jim Dandy! Go, Jim Dandy!

(Verse 1)

  C
  I was sitting on a mountain top.


  30,000 feet to drop.

  F
  Tied me on a runaway horse

  C
  Uh huh, that's right, of course.

  G                F
  Jim Dandy to the rescue!

  C
  Go, Jim Dandy! Go, Jim Dandy!

(Verse 2)

  C
  One day, I met a girl named Sue.


  She was feeling kind of blue.

  F
  I'm Dandy, the kind of guy

  C
  Who can't stand to see a little girl cry.

  G                F
  Jim Dandy to the rescue!

  C
  Go, Jim Dandy! Go, Jim Dandy!

(Chorus)

  C
  Jim Dandy to the rescue!


  Jim Dandy to the rescue!


  Jim Dandy to the rescue!


  Go, Jim Dandy! Go, Jim Dandy!

(Guitar solo)


C    F  C    G  F  G  F  C

(Verse 3)

  C
  I was riding on a submarine


  Got a message from my mermaid queen.

  F
  She was hanging on a fishing line.

  C
  Mr. Dandy didn't waste no time!

  G                F
  Jim Dandy to the rescue!

  C
  Go, Jim Dandy! Go, Jim Dandy!

(Verse 4)

  C
  Once upon a time, I went to Maine.


  Got a ticket on a DC plane.

  F
  Mr. Dandy didn't need no chute!

  C
  I was high and ready to boot!

  G                F
  Jim Dandy to the rescue!

  C
  Go, Jim Dandy! Go, Jim Dandy!

(Chorus)

  C
  Jim Dandy to the rescue!


  Jim Dandy to the rescue!


  Jim Dandy to the rescue!


  Go, Jim Dandy! Go, Jim Dandy!

(Outro)

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