Beardless Amish - 33 Degree Love Song Chords & Tabs

 

33 Degree Love Song Chords & Tabs

Beardless Amish Chords & Tabs

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33 Degree Love Song Chords

   
Well, I finally found the little bugger!  I've been looking for the chords for this song forever.  Very 
but a super-cool song????..enjoy!


G        Em          C        D
Darling, you are the apple of my eye
G       Em               C     D
I can't live without you by my side
G       Em      C                  D
I think you are better than sliced bread

G    Em         C            D
When I become a Shriner then you can be my fez

Lovemuffin, I think you score a ten
You must be a dog because you're this man's best friend
You can be a husky, and I'll be a chow
I don't care what species just as long as I'm your pal
CHORUS:
C       D           G
Darling you are the one
C      D     G
Please be my fez  (2x)
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/b/beardless_amish/33_degree_love_song_crd.html ]
Honeybuns, you're what the Germans call zerr gutt
If you were the ocean then I would be the boot
What could be better than sailing with you all day
If you were the ocean than no sailors would be gay-CHORUS

Sugarlips, I think that you are the bomb
You can do an air raid on me anytime you want
Arrest her officer, she stole my heart
I wish I was those handcuffs wrapped around you arms-CHORUS

On the final chorus, slowly strum the C-D-G for "Darling you are the one"
Then pluck the following for "Please be my fez"
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When played with two guitars, the second guitar plucks the chords during the 3rd and 4th verses.
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