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Mean Mr Mustard Tab
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  THE BEATLES - MEAN MR. MUSTARD (Lennon/McCartney) From ABBEY ROAD 
                album. Released 26th September 1969.              
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  Tabbed by:PJVillanueva



Mean Mister Mustard sleeps in the park
Shaves in the dark trying to save paper
Sleeps in a hole in the road
Saving up to buy some clothes
Keeps a ten-bob note up his nose
Such a mean old man
Such a mean old man

His sister Pam works in a shop
She never stops, she's a go-getter
Takes him out to look at the queen
Only place that he's ever been
Always shouts out something obscene
Such a dirty old man
Dirty old man

                                               xxxX   X x     X X
    
e|------- ------- ------- -------|------- ------- ------- -------|
B|-------------------------------|-------------------------------|
G|-------------------------------|-------------------------------|
D|-------------------------------|-------------------------------|
A|-------------------------------|-------------------------------|
E|-------------------------------|-------------------------------|


  E
e|------- ------- ------- -------|------- ------- ------- -------|
B|--------0---------------0---0--|--------0---0-----------0---0--|
G|--------1---------------1---1--|--------1---1-----------1---1--|
D|2---2--------------------------|2---2--------------------------|
A|----------------2---2----------|----------------2---2----------|
E|-------------------------------|-------------------------------|
  Mean    Mr.     Mustard sleeps  in the  park    shaves  in the




e|------- ------- ------- -------|------- ------- ------- -------|
B|--------0---------------0---0--|--------0---0-----------0------|
G|--------1---------------1---1--|--------1---1-----------1------|
D|2---2--------------------------|2---2---------2-2---1-------4--|
A|----------------2---2----------|------------------------4/2----|
E|-------------------------------|-------------------------------|
  dark    trying  to      save paper


  B7
e|------- ------- ------- -------|------- ------- ------- -------|
B|-------------------------------|-------------------------------|
G|--------2---2-----------2---2--|--------2---2-----------2---2--|
D|--------4---4-----------4---4--|--------4---4-----------4---4--|
A|2---2--------------------------|2---2--------------------------|
E|----------------2---2----------|----------------2---2----------|
  Sleeps  in  a   hole in the road
e|------- ------- ------- -------|------- ------- ------- -------|
B|-------------------------------|-------------------------------|
G|--------8---------------8------|--------8-----8-8---9---10--11-|
D|--------7---------------7------|--------7-----7-7---8----9--10-|
A|--------9---------------9------|--------9-----9-9--10---11--12-|
E|--------7---------------7------|--------7-----7-7---8----9--10-|



  D7
e|------- ------- ------- -------|------- ------- ------- -------|
B|-------------------------------|-------------------------------|
G|--------5---5-----------5---5--|--------5---5-----------5---5--|
D|--------7---7-----------7---7--|--------7---7-----------7---7--|
A|5---5--------------------------|5---5--------------------------|
E|----------------5---5----------|---------------5----5----------|
  Saving  up  to  buy     some clothes
e|------- ------- ------- -------|------- ------- ------- -------|
B|-------------------------------|-------------------------------|
G|--------11--------------11-----|--------11---11-11--10--9---8--|
D|--------10--------------10-----|--------10---10-10---9--8---7--|
A|--------12--------------12-----|--------12---12-12--11-10---9--|
E|--------10--------------10-----|--------10---10-10---9--8---7--|



  B7
e|------- ------- ------- -------|------- ------- ------- -------|
B|-------------------------------|-------------------------------|
G|--------2---2-----------2---2--|--------2---2-----------2---2--|
D|--------4---4-----------4---4--|--------4---4-----------4---4--|
A|2---2--------------------------|2---2--------------------------|
E|----------------2---2----------|----------------2---2----------|
  Keeps a ten bob note up his nose                        Such a
e|------- ------- ------- -------|------- ------- ------- -------|
B|-------------------------------|-------------------------------|
G|--------8---------------8------|--------8---------------8------|
D|--------7---------------7------|--------7---------------7------|
A|--------9---------------9------|--------9---------------9------|
E|--------7---------------7------|--------7---------------7------|



  E               C7              B7
e|------- ------- ------- -------|------- ------- ------- -------|
B|--------0---0------------------|-------------------------------|
G|--------1---1-----------3---3--|--------2---2-----------2---2--|
D|2---2-------------------5---5--|--------4---4-----------4---4--|
A|----------------3---3----------|2---2--------------------------|
E|-------------------------------|----------------2---2----------|
  Mean old    man                                         Such a
e|------- ------- ------- -------|------- ------- ------- -------|
B|--------9----------------------|-------------------------------|
G|--------9---------------9------|--------8-------8-------8------|
D|--------9---------------8------|--------7-------7-------7------|
A|--------7--------------10------|--------9-------9-------9------|
E|------------------------8------|--------7-------7-------7------|



  E               C7              B7
e|------- ------- ------- -------|------- ------- ------- -------|
B|--------0---0------------------|-------------------------------|
G|--------1---1-----------3---3--|--------2---2-----------2---2--|
D|2---2-------------------5---5--|--------4---4-----------4---4--|
A|----------------3---3----------|2---2--------------------------|
E|-------------------------------|----------------2---2----------|
  Mean old    man
e|------- ------- ------- -------|------- ------- ------- -------|
B|--------9----------------------|-------------------------------|
G|--------9---------------9------|--------8-------8-------8------|
D|--------9---------------8------|--------7-------7-------7------|
A|--------7--------------10------|--------9-------9-------9------|
E|------------------------8------|--------7-------7-------7------|   



  E
e|------- ------- ------- -------|------- ------- ------- -------|
B|--------0---------------0---0--|--------0---0-----------0---0--|
G|--------1---------------1---1--|--------1---1-----------1---1--|
D|2---2--------------------------|2---2--------------------------|
A|----------------2---2----------|----------------2---2----------|
E|-------------------------------|-------------------------------|
  His     sister  Pam     works   in  a   shop    She     never
e|------- ------- ------- -------|------- ------- ------- -------|
B|--------0---------------0------|--------0---------------0------|
G|--------1---------------1------|--------1---------------1------|
D|--------2---------------2------|--------2---------------2------|
A|--------2---------------2------|--------2---------------2------|
E|--------0---------------0------|--------0---------------0------|




e|------- ------- ------- -------|------- ------- ------- -------|
B|--------0---------------0---0--|--------0---0-----------0------|
G|--------1---------------1---1--|--------1---1-----------1------|
D|2---2--------------------------|2---2---------2-2---1-------4--|
A|----------------2---2----------|------------------------4/2----|
E|-------------------------------|-------------------------------|
  Stops   She's a go-     getter
e|------- ------- ------- -------|------- ------- ------- -------|
B|--------0---------------0------|--------0---------------0------|
G|--------1---------------1------|--------1---------------1------|
D|--------2---------------2------|--------2---------------2------|
A|--------2---------------2------|--------2---------------2------|
E|--------0---------------0------|--------0---------------0------|



  B7
e|------- ------- ------- -------|------- ------- ------- -------|
B|-------------------------------|-------------------------------|
G|--------2---2-----------2---2--|--------2---2-----------2---2--|
D|--------4---4-----------4---4--|--------4---4-----------4---4--|
A|2---2--------------------------|2---2--------------------------|
E|----------------2---2----------|----------------2---2----------|  
  Takes him out to look at the queen 
e|------- ------- ------- -------|------- ------- ------- -------|
B|-------------------------------|-------------------------------|
G|--------8---------------8------|--------8-----8-8---9---10--11-|
D|--------7---------------7------|--------7-----7-7---8----9--10-|
A|--------9---------------9------|--------9-----9-9--10---11--12-|
E|--------7---------------7------|--------7-----7-7---8----9--10-|



  D7
e|------- ------- ------- -------|------- ------- ------- -------|
B|-------------------------------|-------------------------------|
G|--------5---5-----------5---5--|--------5---5-----------5---5--|
D|--------7---7-----------7---7--|--------7---7-----------7---7--|
A|5---5--------------------------|5---5--------------------------|
E|----------------5---5----------|---------------5----5----------|
  Only   place that he's ever been
e|------- ------- ------- -------|------- ------- ------- -------|
B|-------------------------------|-------------------------------|
G|--------11--------------11-----|--------11---11-11--10--9---8--|
D|--------10--------------10-----|--------10---10-10---9--8---7--|
A|--------12--------------12-----|--------12---12-12--11-10---9--|
E|--------10--------------10-----|--------10---10-10---9--8---7--|



  B7
e|------- ------- ------- -------|------- ------- ------- -------|
B|-------------------------------|-------------------------------|
G|--------2---2-----------2---2--|--------2---2-----------2---2--|
D|--------4---4-----------4---4--|--------4---4-----------4---4--|
A|2---2--------------------------|2---2--------------------------|
E|----------------2---2----------|----------------2---2----------|
  Always shouts out something obscene                     Such a
e|------- ------- ------- -------|------- ------- ------- -------|
B|-------------------------------|-------------------------------|
G|--------8---------------8------|--------8---------------8------|
D|--------7---------------7------|--------7---------------7------|
A|--------9---------------9------|--------9---------------9------|
E|--------7---------------7------|--------7---------------7------|




3/4 Time
 
  E                    C7                   B7                            
e|------ 0----- 0-----|------ ------ ------|------ ------ ------|
B|-------0------0-----|-------5------5-----|-------4------4-----|
G|-------1------1-----|-------3------3-----|-------2------2-----|
D|2-------------------|-------5------5-----|-------4------4-----|
A|--------------------|3-------------------|2-------------------|
E|--------------------|--------------------|--------------------|
  Dirty         old    man


                       E                    C7
e|------ ------ ------|------ ------ ------|------ ------ ------|
B|--------------4-----|-------0------0-----|-------5------5-----|
G|-------2------2-----|-------1------1-----|-------3------3-----|
D|-------4------1-----|2-------------------|-------5------5-----|
A|2------4------------|--------------------|3-------------------|
E|--------------------|--------------------|--------------------|
                       Dirty         old    man


  B7                          C7     C#7
e|------ ------ ------|------ ------ ------|
B|-------4------4-----|4------5------6-----|
G|-------2------2-----|2------3------4-----|
D|-------4------4-----|4------5------6-----|
A|2-------------------|2------3------4-----|
E|--------------------|--------------------|
                      (This measure, with the following chords, is
                       the nexus to the following song in the album,
                       Polythene Pam.) 
                       
  D               A               E
e|2------ ------- 0------ -------|0------ ------- ------- -------|
B|3---------------2--------------|0------------------------------|
G|2---------------2--------------|1------------------------------|
D|0---------------2--------------|2------------------------------|
A|----------------0--------------|2------------------------------|
E|0---------------0--------------|0------------------------------|

e|5------ ------- 5------ -------|4------ ------- ------- -------|
B|7---------------5--------------|5------------------------------|
G|7---------------6--------------|4------------------------------|
D|7---------------7--------------|6------------------------------|
A|5---------------7--------------|7------------------------------|
E|----------------5--------------|-------------------------------|


        B  Bend
        R  Release
        /  slide up
          slide down
        H  hammer-on
        P  pull-off
        ~  vibrato
        +  harmonic
        x  Mute note
        . - play note like a dot in standard notation
        ^ - ties two notes together

 
 
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The Beatles were a pop and rock group from Liverpool, England formed in 1960. Primarily consisting of John Lennon (rhythm guitar, vocals), Paul McCartney (bass guitar, vocals), George Harrison (lead guitar, vocals), and Ringo Starr (drums, vocals) throughout their career, The Beatles are recognised for leading the mid-1960s musical "British Invasion" into the United States. Although their initial musical style was rooted in 1950s rock and roll and homegrown skiffle, the group explored genres ranging from Tin Pan Alley to psychedelic rock. Their clothes, styles, and statements made them trend-setters, while their growing social awareness saw their influence extend into the social and cultural revolutions of the 1960s. After the band broke up in 1970, all four members embarked on solo careers.

The Beatles are one of the most commercially successful and critically acclaimed bands in the history of popular music. The Beatles are the best-selling musical group in history. In the United Kingdom, The Beatles released more than 40 different singles, albums, and EPs that reached number one, earning more number one albums (15) than any other group in UK chart history. This commercial success was repeated in many other countries; their record company, EMI, estimated that by 1985 they had sold over one billion records worldwide.[1] According to the Recording Industry Association of America, The Beatles have sold more albums in the United States than any other band.[2] In 2004, Rolling Stone magazine ranked The Beatles number one on its list of 100 Greatest Rock & Roll Artists of All Time. According to that same magazine, The Beatles' innovative music and cultural impact helped define the 1960s, and their influence on pop culture is still evident today.

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