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Sonic Bummer Chords (ver.1)

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Sonic Bummer Chords (ver.1)

Gene Parsons
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Gene Parsons      Sonic Bummer written by  Gene Parsons

F
I called the big man at the field

And I told him what he'd done

He laughed and said "Go back to bed,
                    Eb
My boys just having fun
   Bb               F
My boys just having fun"
F
I said, "First you killed my chickens

Then you wiped out all my sheep"

He said, "Don't you know we're protecting you
                  Eb
Now go on back to sleep",
          Bb            F
He said, "Go on back to sleep"

Sonic booms they killed my chickens

A sonic boom well it treed my cow

Sonic booms bust my dishes
                              Eb
Them jets are bound to get me now
      Bb                      F
Them jets are bound to get me now
F
So if you were yelled at as a boy

For slamming your screen door

And swore that you'd get back at Mom
                        Eb
If it took ten years or more
   Bb                   F
If it took ten years or more
F
Well you can join the men that fly at night

And protect us while we sleep

You can make a boom that'll kill your Mom
                        Eb
And she'll never make a peep
          Bb           F
No she'll never make a peep
  Bb         F
A sonic boom shocked my horses
Bb          F
Sonic boom squashed my goats
Bb            F
Sonic boom'll fry your brain
                            Eb
Until you want to slit your throat
          Bb                 F
Until you want to slit your throat
  Bb         F
A sonic boom shocked my horses
Bb         F
Sonic boom squashed my goats
Bb            F
Sonic boom'll fry your brain
                            Eb
Until you want to slit your throat
          Bb                F
Until you want to slit your throat

    From The Kindling LP
    Warner Brothers Records
            
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