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Olops Chords (ver.1)

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Olops Chords (ver.1)

Parokya Ni Edgar
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                OLOPS
parokya ni edgar
jingle balls...silent night...holy cow!


Narration:
 you know theres dasher and dancer prancer and vixen
(do chords G-D-Em-C)
 comet and cupid and xuma and blitzen
 but do you recall the least famous reindeer of all?
 (hey olops...uh-oh olops)
 i have a little story about a not so famous reindeer
 he is rudolph reindeer cousin and they were born on that same year
 his name is little olops and he was jealous of his spear
 it was always rudolph red nose and olops the other deer
 now olops hated rudolph coz he hated rudolph's fame
 and he started cheating rudolph like a low down dirty shame
 olops the other reindeer used to laugh and call him names
 and he never let poor rudolph join in any reindeer games
 and so rudolph said to olops "why you're treating me this way?"
 olops smiled and answered rudolph "coz i think you're freakin' gay
 and i hate your shiny nose and come the eve of christmas day
 i'll make sure that you won't be there to pull on santa's sleigh"
 but olops did not know that santa heard all that he said
 and this made santa angry and he bonked on olops head
 then santa pulled on olops neck which filled olops with dread
 rudolph waved goodbye then gave a smile and then he said you're dead!
 no one's ever heard of or has seen olops again
 but they say olops head has in a wall on santa's den
 the moral of the story is always be a friend
 you would not want to end up like olops did the end

 G                 D      Em                         C
olops the other reindeer used to laugh and call him names
 G                 D       C     -     D    -    G 
he never let poor rudolph join in any reindeer games
            
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