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Hamish Imlach - Cod Liver Oil And Orange Juice chords

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COD LIVER OIL AND ORANGE JUICE   As sung by Hamish Imlach

Put together by D Chisholm

Capo on 3rd

[1] = an approximation. If you're looking for a lumber (or a "bag-off"),
you're out for the night hoping to hook up with a member off the opposite
sex with a view to having a (often temporary) sexual liaison.
[2] = dunny: a passage or basement in a tenement building.
[3] = cludgie: an outside toilet in a tenement building

EM.EM6,C G B7


[A] [EM] [A] [EM]

1)      EM    	   C	G	       EM
Well, oot of the east, there came a hard man,
	C	C		G
Ohhoohh, all the way from Brigton 
       EM      EM       G
Ahhahh, glory hallelujah,
	G	         B7     EM
Cod liver oil and the orange juice.


 2)     EM    	        C		  G              EM
Well, he went intae a pub and he come oot paralytic,
 C	    C	       G 
Ohhoohh, VP and cider,
EM             EM                     G
Aahhahh, what a hell of a mixture,
	G	         B7     EM
Cod liver oil and the orange juice.

‘Sex rears its ugly head now!"

3)      EM    	   C	       G            EM
Does this bus go to the Danister Parlae
C	   C	                  G
Ohhoohh, I'm lookin' for a lumber,
EM         EM           G
Ahhahh, glory hallelujah,
	G	         B7     EM
Cod liver oil and the orange juice.

 "Eyes up the talent, and lo, and behold..."

4)      EM       C             G             EM
  In the dancin' he met Hairy Mary,
C	      C	                 G
Ohhohh, the flo(w)er o' the Gorbels,
EM         EM           G
Ahhahh, glory hallelujah,
	G	         B7     EM
Cod liver oil and the orange juice.

Spoken: "He chats her up.."

5)     EM           C        G            EM
"Ah, noo, Mary, are ye dancin'?"
C	     C	                        G
"Oh, no, it's jest the way I'm standin'"
EM         EM           G
Ahhahh, glory hallelujah,
	G	         B7     EM
Cod liver oil and the orange juice.

"Rebuffed!"
[ Tab from: http://www.guitaretab.com/h/hamish-imlach/222357.html ]
6)     EM       C	       G                    EM
"Well, then, Mary, you're one in a million",
C	     C	         G 
"Ohhohh, so's yer chances!"
EM         EM           G
Ahhahh, glory hallelujah,
	G		B7     EM
Cod liver oil and the orange juice.

"Rebuffed again!"

7)     EM       C	      G               EM
"Well, then, Mary, can I run ye hame?
C	     C	                        G 
Ohhoohh, I've got a pair of sandshoes
EM               EM              G
Aahhaahh," yer hell of a funny..."
	G	          B7     EM
Cod liver oil and the orange juice.

"Never say die; sways aboot non-chalantly pickin' his nails wi' 'is bayonet; an 'e 
knocks 'er off!..."

8)      EM                                C	          G              EM 
Well, doon through the back close, and intae the dunny,
   C	          C	                     G 
Ohhoohh, it wasnae for the first time,
EM         EM           G
Ahhahh, glory hallelujah,
	G	         B7     EM
Cod liver oil and the orange juice.

9)     EM   	         C	                G                       EM 
Then oot came her mammy, she was goin' tae the cludgie 
C	        C	                        G 
Ohhoohh, I half-buggered off Sharpish
  EM         EM           G
Ahhahh, glory hallelujah,
	G		B7     EM
Cod liver oil and the orange juice.
 

10)     EM              C	     G                EM 
        Noo Hairy Mary's lookin' for her hard man
  C	        C	                            G 
Ohhoohh, he's joined the Foreign Legion
    EM         EM           G
Aahhaahh, Sahara under a camel
	G		B7     EM 
Cod liver oil and the orange juice

11)     EM       C	     G            EM 
Then Hairy Mary had a little baby,
C	    C	                    G 
Ohhoohh, his father's in the army,
EM         EM           G
Aahhaahh, glory hallelujah,
	G		B7     EM 
Cod liver oil and the orange juice.


Hmm... Those chords don't do it from me... I played along with my copy of Hamish' 
version, and came up with these. For the talking bits, alternate between [Em] and 
[A]. Mr. Imlach only needs one [A] but I cannae talk that fast...


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