David Wilcox - Bearcat

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Band name David Wilcox
Song name Bearcat
Tab type Chords
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Date: Thu, 11 Dec 1997 23:49:45 -0500
Subject: chords to song "Bearcat" by DAVID WILCOX

chords to "Bearcat" by DAVID WILCOX

        Verse 1

  F7               Bb7   Abdim    Eb7,Bbdim,F7        Bb7      Abdim
	I went to the zoo just the other ....
                           Eb7,Bbdim,F7            Bb7   Abdim         
	had a talk with the chimpanzee. ...
              Eb7   Bbdim  F7         Bb7    F7 (bend 6th string behind}
	want a thing ..... {the nut up to F note}

       Verse 2
F7            Bb7    Abdim             Eb7    Bbdim   F7
	Do the bearcat mmmmmmm that's ...
	             Bb7   Abdim    Eb7  Bbdim  F7
	Take a little lesson and ....
              Bb7    Abdim             Eb7 Bbdim F7
	Do the bearcat mmmmmm ....
              Bb7     F7     
	Do the bearcat  


	It's enough to make you wanta ...
	It's the kinda sound that ...
	Enough to make you wanta get a ....
                   F7  (wild string bends)
	And make him go........

	Verse 3
F7            Bb7    Abdim   Eb7,Bbdim,F7
	Do the bearcat 
                  Bb7       Abdim   Eb7,Bbdim,F7
	ooohh he's ....
              Bb7     Abdim     Eb7,Bbdim,F7    
	Do the bearcat
             Bb7    F7
        mmmmmmmmm   guitar solo for one verse then chorus, etc.

       Follow the bass to figure out chord changes. There's a lot of
wild string bends behind the nut of the guitar. Try tuning the guitar
down to make the bends a little easier on the fingers.