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Ian Moore, Muddy Jesus Chords (ver.1)

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Muddy Jesus Chords (ver.1)

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Tuning: Standard


D5
Jesus lived in a ramshackle shack

with a fat New Orleans junkie.

Charismatic cholo so some say

he was born plain lucky.

Cruise the streets of Juarez

in his low cut El Dorado

Divine command and oil slick hands

with brash and bold bravado.


F5 - G5
        Mother Mary said, "Your time has come
F5 - G5
        for the river's wide but can be fought and won."
F5 - G5
        For the very love of God and Man
F5 - G5
        ooh Jesus crossed the Rio Grande.


D5
(Look at here) Jesus fell in step with a group

of high powered Federales.

Sat them down and formed their plan

through a haze of cold Tecates.

Judas said, "Now, Jeez, I know

you're prone to walk on water.

If you swim downstream there's a better chance

that you'll make it across the border (yeah)."


F5 - G5
       Mother Mary said, "Your time has come
F5 - G5
       for the river's wide but can be fought and won."
F5 - G5
       For the very love of God and Man
F5 - G5
       oh Jesus crossed the Rio Grande.

GUITAR SOLO

D5
Jesus made his run on a hot

and humid Friday night.

But his vision it was blinded


He never saw the shot

that left him short of freedom's land.

But the faithful they're still waiting

for the coming of their man (well).


F5 - G5
       Mother Mary said, "Your time has come
F5 - G5
       for the river's wide but can be fought and won."
F5 - G5
       For the very love of God and Man
F5 - G5
       ooh Jesus crossed the Rio Grande.
            
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