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Good Enough For Granddad Chords
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Date: Tue, 21 Apr 1998 10:47:56 -0700 (PDT)
From: Casey Connor chconnor@hotmail.com
Subject: s/squirrel_nut_zippers/good_enough_for_granddad.crd

			Good Enough For Granddad
			the Squirrel Nut Zippers

James Malthus and Don Raleigh
Transcription by chconnor@hotmail.com
>From the album "The Inevitable"

Chords from left->right = bass string->"soprano" string :-)

466444: G#m/G#
335353: C7/G
224242: B7/F#
x65640: Eb7
464544: G#7
x46464: C#7
242322: F#7
x24242: B7
x21202: alternate B7
020102: E7add9
x02022: A7add6
x2102x: B9aug5
076750: E7
020122: "E7maj7min7add9" :-)
076770: E7add9*
575655: A7
686766: A#7
797877: B7*
x02022: A7add6

"Intro" part (repeat four times, bass last two times)

| E7  G#m/G# | C7/G B7/F# | (bassline notes, double up: E G# G F#)

Play twice: (call it "Verse A" except for the Intro at the end)

| E7 | Eb7 | G#7 | G#7 | C#7 | F#7 B7 | Intro Once |

Play Once: (call it "Verse B")

| E7add9 | E7add9 | A7add6 | A7add6 | F#(7?) | F#(7?) | B7 | B7 |
                                                ^^^^^^
                                     (doubled bass notes B C# D D# |
Verse A again:

| E7 | Eb7 | G#7 | G#7 | C#7 | F#7 B7 | Intro Twice |

Verse A twice with singing:

|E7                      |Eb7           |G#7 |    |
If it's good enough for granddad it's good enough for me

|C#7                  |F#7      B7      |
Way it was that's the way it's got to be

|E7                   |Eb7
Told me all about the good times that he had

|G#7 |                   |C#7        |F#7     B7        |
Even when the times were sad ... was good enough for granddad.

"Intro once", then

|E7add9              |                  |A7add6              |
Been to all kinds of places ... been to every old foreign land

        |F#7      |             |B7                  |      |
Ain't a man alive sure can jive better than granddad can

|E7     |Eb7                  |G#7        |              |C#7
All the good times that he had they were good enough for granddad,

        |F#7      B7     |
they're good enough for me

(horn solo, Verse A under it, one "intro" at end)

Play Verse B for this:

Been to all kinds of places ... been to every old foreign land
Ain't a man alive sure can jive better than granddad can

Play Verse A:

All the good times that he had even when the times was sad
they was good enough for granddad.

Bridge:

| A7 | A#7 | B7* | B7* | F#7 | F#7 | B9aug5 | B9aug5 |
(yeah dad!)

Verse A:

All the good times that he had they were good enough for granddad
they're good enough for me

Play Intro 3 times, and then the ending which is something like

---2-3-4----------               ---2-3-4-----------|
------------------               -------------------|
---2-3-4---1-2-3-4               ---2-3-4-----------|
------------------       OR:     -------------------|
------------------               -------------0-1-2-|
------------------               -----------4-------|

Then the ending strum which is something like Emaj7min7add9 or simply E7add9.

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About the artist behind Good Enough For Granddad Chords:

The Squirrel Nut Zippers are a band formed in 1993 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina by James "Jimbo" Mathus (vocals and guitar), Katharine Whalen (vocals, banjo, and ukulele), Chris Phillips on drums, Don Raleigh on bass and sideman Ken Mosher.

While the band's eclectic fusion of Delta blues, gypsy jazz, 1930s-era swing, klezmer, and other styles made them hard to categorize, their quirky music found a niche in the late 1990s. After several years off, the original band members took to the stage again in 2007, playing select dates around the United States. Additional performances are scheduled in 2008.

Indexed at Wikipedia.

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