» » »

Misc Traditional, The Ryebuck Shearer Chords (ver.1)

Artists:  A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z # 

The Ryebuck Shearer Chords (ver.1)

Misc Traditional Tabs
 Rating:
4/5 (4 votes)
The Ryebuck Shearer lessons Tabs too difficult? Try these video lessons and learn fast
1
                "The Ryebuck Shearer"

-Traditional Australian


Chorus
If I don't shear a tally before I go
then my shears and my stone in the river I'll throw
And I'll never open Sawbees to take another blow
And I'll prove I'm a ryebuck shearer

( same chords for chorus & verses )
( f# = single note, 6th string, 2ndfret )

G      f#       Em           G    f#   Em
I come from the south and my name it's field
G           D          A7
And when my shears are properly steeled
G     f#       Em          G    f#    Em
A  hundred and more I have very often peeled,
G                   D       G   C  G
And of course I'm a ryebuck shear-er


There's a bloke on the board and I heard him say
That I couldn't shear a hundred sheep in a day
But some fine day I'll show him the way
And prove I'm a ryebuck shearer

There's a bloke on the board and he's got yellow skin
A very long nose and he shaves on the chin
And a voice like a billygoat p**sing on a tin
And of course he's a ryebuck shearer

There's a bloke named Bill, or so I've heard
He's got a face like a dried up Buffalow's turd
He thinks he's really good but ya oughta see his bird
She thinks shes a ryebuck shearer

** seen this played several diverse & diferent ways but this is the way I
** learnt it, any alternatives or additional lyrics welcomed
** -  Mike HW
            
Submit corrections

comments powered by Disqus
↑ Back to top | Misc Traditional Chords for The Ryebuck Shearer. Lyrics for acoustic guitar and electric guitar. 1 Tablatures and chords are parodies/interpretations of the original songs. You may use it for private study, scholarship, research or language learning purposes only