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Polaris, Ivy Boy Chords (ver.1)

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Ivy Boy Chords (ver.1)

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A    D
Holy Holly,
B                     D
She don't approve at all
A                      D
She thinks that she's a pony
B                      D
Prancing in the front hall
A                           D
She sleeps with a saddle on
B                         D
Gets up and rides at dawn
A                      D
Nobody knows what's wrong
B                               D
But she can't keep her trousers on

A F# B E

A            D
Humpty Mudumpty
B                 D
She's all better now
A                   D             B               D
She thought that she was somebody else for a while
A                       D
A house at the North Pole
B                           D
She went for her daily stroll
A                             D
Wearin' a wig and a mink stole,
B                                       D
That she's the daughter of rock and roll.

Solo chords:
A F# B E  A F# B E   A D B D  A D B D  A F# B E  A F# B E  A F# B E

A       D              B        D
Ivy boy, he couldn't be trusted
A            D            B        D
feeling his face was familiar
A                           D
Tried to be like a monthly haul
B                       D
Living like a rubber ball
A                       D
Found himself in Montreal
B                       D
Ivy couldn't deal at all  

repeat A D B D pattern. 
            
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