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Wingnut Dishwashers Union - Proudhon In Manhattan Ukulele

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Proudhon In Manhattan Ukulele

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Brackets are muted chords. Listen to the song for rhythm etc. Lyrics from the 
internet so sorry if they're wrong. Enjoy!


Intro
(E) (B) G# A x2

       (E)
I stick tape in the holes in my shoes
       (B)
I stick my tongue in the holes in my teeth
       (C#m)                                  (A)            (B)
I stick expletives in the holes in my thought process when I speak

E
My friends stick to their guns, they got a bunch in the
B
woods of vermont 'till the end times come but
C#m                              A
Saturn, says he's gonna learn to live
          B                  A
as if the world wasn't gonna end and i admire his strength

Bridge
(E) (B) G# A

(E)
today i'm gonna do my best to drink
(B)
coffee in the morning and live as if
(C#m)
I didn't feel lonely and hopeless and helpless to
(A)                 (B)
save myself for the world where i live

    E
and tonight, when i dream it will be
B
     that the junkies spent all the drug money on
C#m                              A                 B
community gardens and collective housing

        E
and the punk kids who moved in the ghetto
             B
have started meeting their neighbors besides the angry
C#m  
ones with the yards that their
A                                B
friends and their dogs have been puking and sh*tting on

(E)
and the anarchists have started
(B)
filling potholes, collecting garbage
(C#m)                        (A)               (B)
to prove we don't need governments to do these things

         C#m                                  A
and i'll wake up, burning time's square as we sing
            B                       A
"Throw your hands in the air 'cause property is robbery!"
 

Outro
E, B, C#m, A    
            
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