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100 Flower Power Maximum by Cracker Ukulele Chords


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##This file is the author’s own work and represents their interpretation of the#
##song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research.#
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#From: mstan@imsa.edu
#Subject: c/cracker/100_flower_power_maximum.tab
#Date: Tue, 10 Mar 1998 11:13:46 -0600 (CST)
#
#Cracker – “100 Flower Power Maximum” – The Golden Age
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E-12-- -- -12-- -14-15---9-- ---9-10-18-17-

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B-- -12-- -- -13-- -- -----10------ -- -- -

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a: G-- -- -12-- -- -- -- ------ -9---- -- -- -

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D-- -- -- -- -- -- -- ------ ------ -- -- -

#


A-- -- -- -- -- -- -- ------ ------ -- -- -

#


E-- -- -- -- -- -- -- ------ ------ -- -- -

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E-0-5-7-7b8---0-5-7-8-7-5-3-0-|

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B-------- -------------------|

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b: G-------- -------------------|

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D-------- -------------------|

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A-------- -------------------|

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E-------- -------------------|

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E-----------------------------3---

[B-4545454545454545454545454545-545]


c: G---------------------------------|
D---------------------------------|
A---------------------------------|
E---------------------------------|

Intro:
play these parts: a,a,b,b,c,c,b,b,c,c
Verse:
Well the year of the redneck mama
It was announced at the side of a comet
Hanging in the sky at three A.M.
Again and again, again and again and I say
Chorus:
100 Flower Power Maximum
100 Flower Power Maximum
100 Flower Power Maximum
Let’s pick it up! Let’s pick it up!
after playing the verse and chorus each once, play part “a” twice, then a
muffled part “c” twice
then play a muffled part “c” over the first three lines of the verse,
substituting
“That’s Right!” for the last line.
after that, play one chorus chord progression (E,C,A,D), then play the
chorus
(this time w/ vocals), substituting “100 Flower Power Maximum, Let’s pick
it up!”
for the two “Let’s pick it up”s in the last line.
by Matt Stanislawski
corrections? doubt it, this song took me 10 minutes. EASY!!! …but great,
nonetheless.
but anyway, emails of any nature can go to mstan@imsa.edu

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Happy Birthday to Me by Cracker Ukulele Chords


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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE--------------------------------#

##This file is the author’s own work and represents their interpretation of the#
##song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research.#
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#Date: Tue, 12 May 1998 05:06:28 -0700
#From: Clem cotugno
#Subject: c/cracker/happy_birthday_to_me.cpro
#
# “Happy Birthday To Me” recorded by Cracker from the album “Cracker”
#Written by Lowery.
# This work is my own… Clem Cotugno DAgrunt@webtv.net
#


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(drum intro) "1-2-3-4-------------------------------|

(x4)
I was having a good sleep in my car
in the parking lot of the Showboat Casino hotel
. I say, I remember you, you drive like a PTA
mother, you bought me draft beer in a
plastic cup. I’m feeling thankful for the
small things today . I’m feeling thankful
for the small things today. Happy, happy birthday to me
happy birthday to me and to you. Happy, happy birthday to
me, happy birthday to me, and to you. I’m feeling
thankful for the small things today. [Am ] I’m
feeling thankful for the small things today.
I remember you, I crashed your wedding,
with some orange crepe paper, and some Holloween
candy. Sometimes, I wish I were Catholic,
(I don’t know why). I guess I’m just happy to see your face
at a time like this. Happy, happy birthday to
me, happy birthday to me, and to you. Happy, happy
birthday to me, happy birthday to me, and to you….
(outtro)

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Movie Star by Cracker Ukulele Chords


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##song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
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#Date: Wed, 28 Jan 1998 14:04:08 -0600
#From: Matt Stetler
#Subject: TAB:Movie Star by Cracker
#
#Movie Star
#by Cracker
#tabbed by Matt Stetler
#
#intro:
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G--00000000-00000000-00000000-00000000-------------------------|

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D--------------------------------------------------------------|

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A--------------------------------------------------------------|

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E--------------------------------------------------------------|

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#Verse 1:
Well, was a movie star
Well she crashed her car
Everyone said she was beautiful
Even with out her head
Eveyone said she was dangerous
Well, the chief of police
Kept the crime off the streets
Deep in his heart
We all knew he felt differently
We all knew he was an anarchist
Chorus:
Well, I
I’d like to devour, You
But you,
You’d probally devour me
Verse 2:
For your golden wheat
And your oat bran head
Deep in my heart
Girl you’re a beautiful animal
Girl, I’ll out a tag on your ear
SOLO
Repeat verse 1
Chorus 2x’s
Intro riff
Girl you’re a beautiful animal 8x’s

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I Hate My Generation by Cracker Ukulele Chords


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#

intro/chorus: E G F# A

verse: E B G D

I hate my generation
I offer no aplogies
I hate my generation
Yeah

I hate my generation
I picked it up then i threw it away
I hate my generation
Now

It’s alright, alright, alright, alright

I hate my generation
Now that I’ve said it I feel liberated
I hate my generation, Yeah

I hate my generatino
I offer no apologies
I hate my generation, yeah

It’s alright, alright, alright, alright

I hate my
I hate my
I hate my
I hate my …

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Nothing to Believe In by Cracker Ukulele Chords

The three sequences are:


F#-F#-E-F# F#-F#-E-F#-D-B (intro, chorus)

A-B-D-A (Verse)
A-F#-D-A (I feel fine)


F#-F#-E-F# F#-F#-E-F# D B x's 2

Where ya going to?
If you want me let me take you
Where ya going to?
If you want me let me take you


F#-F#-E-F# F#-F#-E-F#

’cause in my life
I got nothing to believe in


F#-F#-E-F# F#-F#-E-F#

Except for you
I got nothing to believe in

Whatcha looking for?
If you want it I will find it.
Yeah, whatcha looking for?
If you want me let me find it.


F#-F#-E-F# F#-F#-E-F#

’cause in my life
I got nothing to believe in


F#-F#-E-F# F#-F#-E-F#

Except for you
I got nothing to believe in

And I feel fine
I feel fine
Yeah I feel fine
I feel fine (x’s 2)


F#-F#-E-F# F#-F#-E-F#

’cause in my life
I got nothing to believe in


F#-F#-E-F# F#-F#-E-F#

Except for you
I got nothing to believe in


F#-F#-E-F# F#-F#-E-F#

Except for you
I got nothing to believe in

I feel fine
Yeah I feel fine
I feel fine
I feel fine
Yeah I feel fine
Yeah I feel fine
I feel fine
Yeah I feel fine

(…and on and on…)

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Big Dipper by Cracker Ukulele Chords


(Full)
BIG DIPPER — Cracker

(This is the full version, worked out painstakenly from previous tab by “Steve Vetter”)

Tune 1/2 step down. (Easy open chord version for acoustic)
All chords played for full measure ‘ indicated w/ bars (|) at beginning

Intro: Am |C |F |G | (x1)

Verse: Am |C |F |G | (x2)
Am |C
|
The cigarettes And carrot juice. Get yourself a
F |G
|
new tattoo, for those sleeveless days of June.
Am |C
|
I’m sitting on the Cafe Xeno steps, with a book I haven’t started yet,
F |G
|
watching all the girls walk by.

Chorus: G |F |Dm |C | (x2)
G |F
|
Could I take you out? I’d be yours without a
Dm |C
|
doubt.. on that Big Dipper.
G |F
|
If the sound of this, it frightens you, we could play it real
Dm |C
|
cool. And act some-what in – different.

Verse:
And hey June, why’d you have to come, why’d ya hafta come a-round so
soon? I wasn’t ready for all this nature.
The terrible green, green grass, and violent blooms of flowered dresses,
and afternoons that make me sleepy.

Chorus:
But we could wait a-while, before we push that dull
turnstile.. into the passage.
Thousands they have tread. And, others sometimes
fled, before their turn came.

Solo: Am |C |F |G | (x2)

Chorus:
We could wait our lives, before a chance
arrives. Before the passage.
From the top you can see Monterey. Or think about San
Jose. Though I know it’s not that pleasant.

Verse:
And hey Jim! ah, Kerouac. Brother of the Famous Jack.
Or so he likes to say. Lucky bastard!
He’s sitting on the Cafe Xeno steps, with a girl I’m not over yet.
Watching all the world go by.

Chorus:
Boy you’re looking bad. Did I make you feel that
sad? I’m honestly flattered.
But if she asked me out, I’d be hers without a
doubt, on that Big Dipper.

Outro Verse:
Cigarettes.. And carrot juice. Get yourself a
new tattoo. For those sleeveless days of June.
I’m sitting on the Cafe Xeno steps. I haven’t got the
courage yet.. I haven’t got the courage yet.. I haven’t got the
Am (1 strum)
courage yet.

(END)

Structure:
Progression 1 Am |C |F |G |
Progression 2 G |F |Dm |C |

Prog 1 (x1) ‘ intro
Prog 1 (x2) ‘ verse1&2
Prog 2 (x2) ‘ chorus1
Prog 1 (x2) ‘ verse3&4
Prog 2 (x2) ‘ chorus2
Prog 1 (x2) ‘ solo (over prog 1)
Prog 2 (x2) ‘ chorus3
Prog 1 (x2) ‘ verse5&6
Prog 2 (x2) ‘ chorus4
Prog 1 (x2) ‘ verse6&7 (plus 1 Am strum to end)

Verse Tab (slow):
The most noticeable section of the song is the baseline walking in the verse’s Am and F
The ‘2 & 3’ counts are very distinct.

If strumming, make them prominent, or pick something like:
Am |C |F |G
|

e:-0——-0—0—0—000-0-000-0-1——-1—1—3—3—3-3-3-3-|
B:-1——-1—1—1—111-1-111-1-1——-1—1—3—3—3-3-3-3-|
G:-2——-2—222-0—000-0-000-0-2——-2—2—0—0—0-0-0-0-|
D:-2——-2—222-2—222-2-222-2-3——-3—333-0—0—0-0-0-0-|
A:-0—3-2-0—000-3—333-3-333-3-3——-3—333-2—2—2-2-2-2-|
E:———————————1—3-2-1—111-3—3—3-3-3-3-|

1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 .

The choruses are kind of hard to hear at first. They run G, F, Dm, C (one measure each ‘
count of 1 through 4) and then go

straight into either another chorus with G or a verse with Am. First pass is nearly
The second pass picks up chords. (keep

tapping or you’ll get lost)

Chorus pass 1 (patience, almost painfully):
Dm [(G]Dm C) C C C
faint or nothing
. 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 .
‘Could I..’ ‘out?’ ‘doubt.’ ‘Dipper.’

Chorus pass 2 (strum away):

. 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 .
‘If the..’ ‘you..’ ‘cool..’ ‘indifferent.’

Solo Tab:

e:——————————————————|
B:——————————————————|
G:–5–7–9-5-10–9–5-5–7-7–7–10–9–5–7–5——–|
D:————————————————7–5–|
A:——————————————————|
E:——————————————————|

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Lullabye by Cracker Ukulele Chords

(Intro)

(Verse)
”Only when I laugh, does it hurt.”
The doctor says, “Please, son, remove your skirt.”
”I’d be glad to comply, but I’m not wearing one.”
The doctor says, “That’s strange, nor am I.”
A scotsman throws a pole into the air
The alderman all vote in some affair
The mayor, he abstained–and ain’t that strange
He’s still a bachelor perhaps he’s gay.
A corpse is laid out neatly on a slab
Professor’s working madly in his lab
The assistant files her nails and checks her hair
There’s just a hint of danger in the air
There’s just a hint of danger in the air
No one is alarmed nor seems to care
Everyone is happy, we’re all fine
We all fall in love all the time
Yeah, we all fall in love from a plane
With the stewardess, she serves us in our dreams
When we wake, we find that it has rained
When it rains, it lulls us back to sleep
So rest your weary eyes and go to sleep
Or rest your weary head and come to me
Move your lips and sing this lullabye
Move your lips and sing this lullabye
Lullabye
Lullabye
Lullabye
Lullabye

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Sunrise in the Land of Milk and Honey by Cracker Ukulele Chords


Well sunrise in the land of the pharaohs
I see my broken arrows scattered ‘cross the plain.
Well sunrise on the river in the city
I’m feeling pretty shtty in the wreckage of my life.
So if you want to live; let’s live together
in bows and feathers, in Weimar decadence
And if you want to die, well we can take that low road
cause dying is easy, it’s living that’s hard.

Well sunrise in the land of milk and honey
she says “My little bunny is this all that there is?”
Well sunrise in the land of southern idols
Lines and hotel bibles and fallen debutantes
So if you want to see what’s in the shadows:
the burning meadows of our apocalypse
I dream of fallow fields I dream of winter
cause dying is easy, It's living that’s hard.

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Waited My Whole Life by Cracker Ukulele Chords


(no lyrics)

A (quickly, right before lyrics begin)

[Verse 1]

I don’t pick up pennies
I don’t knock on wood
Step on the cracks a little more than I should
Lucky it ain’t nothin’
Now I got you
I don’t cross fingers
Behind my back
And I don’t mind dark cats crossing my path
Silly superstitions don’t mean a thing

One way or another
We were meant to be together
I waited my whole life
Just to be with you
(no lyrics – quickly, same as in intro)
I know it sounds crazy
But listen to me baby
I swear that it’s true
I waited my whole life
Just to be with you
(no lyrics – quickly, same as intro)

[Verse 2]

I like your smile
Get lost in your face
The sound of your feet across the floor of my place
Make yourself at home
Come settle on in
The way you wake up
With your hair all a mess
Drivin’ me crazy, girl I must confess
If there’s a fault
I can’t find it with you

[Chorus 2]

One way or another
We were meant to be together
I waited my whole life
Just to be with you
(no lyrics – quickly, same as in intro)
I know it sounds crazy
But listen to me baby
I swear that it’s true
I waited my whole life
Just to be with you

(stay on Bm for beginning of instrumental)

[Instrumental]

[(Bm)](Just to be with you)
(Just to be with you)
(no lyrics) Ahhhhhhhhhhh
(Just to be with you)
(Stay on G for beginning of final chorus)

[Ending chorus] x4 to fade

[(G)]One way or another
(Just to be with you)
We were meant to be together
I waited my whole life
Just to be with you

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The Golden Age by Cracker Ukulele Chords


(Verse)

This is the golden age
It’s hard to imagine
With the way I feel today
That this is the golden age
The golden age

Somewhere I failed
Somewhere I lost you
In a black crowd of crows
And shiny things
I can’t remember

(Chorus)

This is the golden age
This is the golden age

(Interlude)



The golden age

(Verse)

It seems like I’m high
But baby I’m crawling
In the unbearable days
I threw away
But I should have savored

The flaxen light
Off of the dying wheat
Your rye whiskey mouth
And your dandelion teeth

(Chorus)

This is the golden age
This is the golden age
This is the golden age

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