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Don't Tell The Band Chords (ver.1)

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Don't Tell The Band Chords (ver.1)

Widespread Panic
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                Intro:
| /  /  /   /  |
        C  C D
| /  /  /  /  |  /  /  /  /  |
  G     D        Am    C C D
| /  /  /  /  |  /  /  /  /  |
  G     D        Am    C

Verse 1:
G       D           Am         C
   As a boy I had a gig with a travelin' show
G      D         Am      C
   Way back in '63
G     D            Am              C
   We did a little pickin' for the soldier boys
G     D             Am C   C#
   Of General Bobby Lee

Bridge 1:
D      Bb            C       G
   But when we got to Pennsylvania,
D    Bb               C
   I knew there'd be a change
D     Bb                 C          G
   We caught up with some boys from Georgia
D        Bb           C
   And I heard one of them say

Chorus:
G  D              Am     C
   Don't tell the band
G      D              Am    C
   The devil's on his way
G  D              Am     C
   Don't tell the band
G  D              Am
     C       C  D  G     D  Am  C
Just let the music play

Verse 2:
Later on I had a job pouring gin and rum
On the grand queen of the sea
We set out on our first transatlantic voyage
Headed for New York City

Bridge 2:
But when I felt that lady shudder
I knew there'd be a change
I saw the captain grab the first mate
And I thought I heard him say

(Chorus)
Just let the music play

Solo over bridge and chorus once each

Verse 3:
In the Restaurant at the End of the Universe
In the year 3010
I was listenin' to the Good Old Interstellar Boys
Playin' "Let It Be" again

Bridge 3:
But when I heard the trumpet sounding
I knew there'd be a change
A prophet wearin' robes appeared before us
And he looked at me and said

(Chorus x2)
Just let the music play
Just let the music play

End on Em
            
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