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The Man In The Santa Suit Chords (ver.2)

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The Man In The Santa Suit Chords (ver.2)

Neil Halstead
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                        THE MAN IN THE SANTA SUIT - Neil Halstead
                        (Originally Recorded By Fountains of Wayne)
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Tuning:Standard

Intro: E - Esus4 4x

(for the intro just add the 3rd fret of the G string with your pinky to make the 
sus4. This is also the way it's played in the verse.)

         E - Esus4
At the koc local 313

         A                       B
Theres a fat man standing by the soda machine

        A                  B~~~~
And he knows, he knows, he knows

               E - Esus4  
Life can be funny



He calls the hair salon says put loretta on
Cause the mall just called and said the last guys gone
And I know, I know, God knows
We need the money


            A       E
And hes a big red cherry

            A       E
But its hard to be merry

            A       E
When the kids are all laughing
       
       F#m       A (Barre Chord 5th fret)
Saying hey its jerry garcia

         B~~~~~ (Barre Chord 7th fret)
Aint he cute?

                     E - Esus4
The man in the santa suit


And all the moms in town bring their brats around
And they cant sit still or keep their rootbeer down
Now its up, hey how bout that
It looks like a milkshake

Now jimmys grown this year says mommy quick come here
Santas sweaty and he smells like beer
And he says, kid shut your mouth
You give me a headache

And hes jolly and hairy
But its hard to be merry
When the guys at the bar
Say he looks like a fairy
But hes doing it just for the loot
The man in the santa suit

[break] 

E-Esus4 - A

E-Esus4 -  A - E

Play first verse again.

Merry Christmas
            
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