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igel Tufnel and David St. Hubbins grew up on the same city block in London's Squatney District, knowing each other slightly. David played guitar in a skiffle band, the Creatures; Nigel did the same for the Lovely Lads. The two began jamming together outside tube stations, and eventually, formed their first legitimate band, the Originals, later changed to the New Originals when the East End Originals (now the Regulars) threatened suit Tr hen the weather turned cold, the three hooked up with bassist Ronnie Pudding from the Cheap Dates (now Cheapdate) and began working in London as the Thamesmen. They released their debut single on Abbey, “Gimme Some Money” b/w “Cups and Cakes,” in late spring 1965. It did not hit the charts immediately. Mee he band played extensively in the Benelux nations, particularly Amsterdam's Long-Hair Club, where they met six ten-year-old keyboard prodigy Jan Van Der Kvelk, who did mi charts for the 4 and used his Duich music-biz connections them work. Leaving Amsterdam and Ven Der Kvelk behind, the band turned {o Britain as the Dutchmen and found “Gimme Some Money climbing the charis. The band quickly chang} men but the single had uring the next eighteen months the group performed under the following names: Rave Breakers, Hellcats, Flamin’ Daemons, Shiners, Mondos, the Doppel Gang, The Peoples, Loose Lips, Wattles, Hot Waffles, Silver Service, The Mud Below, and the Tufnel-St. Hubbins Group; personnel included: Nick Wax, Tony Brixton, Dicky Laine, and Denny Upham (keyboards); Jimmy Adams,Geoff Clovington (horns); Julie Scrubbs- Martin, Lhasa Apso (backing vocals); and briefly Little Danny Schindler (vocals, harmonica), later with Shvegman-Hayman-Kvelkman Blues Band featuring Little Danny Schindler. (Shvegman, Hayman and Kvelkman signed with CPR Records as Talmud). p> 4 St. Hubbins Pudding, Upham and Stumpy played their first gig as Spinal Tap at the Music Membrane in December 1966. Tap's debut hit single, released in July, 1967, on Megaphone, was “Listen to the Flower People” biw “Rainy Day Sun.” The A-side was penned by Ronnie Pudding, who left the band when “FlowerPeople" became a hit to form Pudding People. Subsequent Pudding product on Megaphone (single “| Am the Music" and album | Am More Music) went nowhere. He was replaced on bass by Derek Smalls, formerly with England's pioneer all-white Jamaican showband, Skaface, When Skaface broke up following the 1965 Boxing Day riots, Smalls “gave up rock n’ roll” and enrolled in London School of Design asa design major. He re-emerged with Milage for their only album, Milage 1, then gigged semi-extensively around London ‘til Spinal Tap beckoned. With a hit single under their belts, the band recorded their first album, Spinal Tap (released in the States as Spinal Tap Sings ‘Listen to the Flower People" and Other Favorites). The LP was produced by Glyn Hampton-Cross who has guided much of Tap's subsequent output. pinal Tap made their biggest splash at the now-legendary Electric Zoo concerts in Wimpion, culminat- ing in the then-legendary two-hour St. Hubbins Tufnel guitar solo on "Short and Sweet" Their ve ‘ecordings of the Zoo shows yielded the third Tap album, Silent But Deadly, which established them as top draw. Tp. tragic death of “Stumpy” Pepys in a bizarre gardening accident left the band stunned, saddened and holding auditions for a new drummer. They setiled on Eric “Stumpy Joe” Childs {irom Wool Cave) and this line-up recorded LP's: Brainhammer, Blood To Let, Nerve Damage, Iniravenous DeMilo and the “concept” album The Sun Never Sweats. For Sweats, they hired keyboard player Ross MacLochness (ex-Kilt Kids) and brought in session drummer Peter James’ Bond to replace Stumpy Joe, dead of a melanin overdose. Lk 1975, Spinal Tap toured the Far East and released their second live set, Jap Habit - three discs and two pounds of gimmick packaging. Ross MacLochness left to do missionary work in Namibia, later releasing one solo LP, Doesn't Anybody Here Speak English? He was replaced by Viv Savage (of Aftertaste) for the poor-selling Bent for the Rent. The band sued Megaphone for witholding royalties; the label threatened a precedent-setting countersuit charging ‘lack of talent.” By way of settlement, the band agreed to make no further Tecords for Megaphone and, in the words of their solicitor, to “Stay the f1@ out of the studio.” uy he group retreated to Nigel's castle in Lichtenstein to ponder their future and pursue solo projects. Only one of these saw the light of day, Nigel Tufnel’s Clam Caravan; Derek Small's projected solo album, I's A Smalls World, exists only as an eight-track “super demo”. Peter James Bond split and toured with Buddahead until the memorable Isle of Lucy Jazz Festival appearance where Bond mysteriously exploded onstage. I pinal Tap’s twelfth album, Smell The Glove, was the center of Controversy due to its allegedly sexist cover art. ay we PR SAS Re mas a = Be SS PNET LORE in Naa Nigel Putnel Dereh Smalls Dawid St. Hubbins All The Way Home 11 Bitch School ... Break Like Dhe Wina ...16 Cash On Delivery ..s7 Christuas With Phe Devil ..2s Clam Caravan ..22 Diva Fever «22 dust Begin Again ..se The Majesty Of Rack 162 Rainy Day Sun ..cc Springtime 68 Stinkin’ Up Lhe Great Outdoors ..s: The Sun Never Sweats ..72 Bitch School ‘Words and Music by DEREK SMALLS, DAVID ST. HUBBINS and NIGEL TUFNEL AS, (DS ES ES GS CBS OS cae ca ae” Gee ie i ic Moderate rock 4 = 104 Iniro: as bs as ; ora) Py) FQ) PY » he bs Pes Me INA pe | Ri AS L 1. You been Ds PB aed es bad, don't do what 1 say.__—-You don'ts - tem, you 2.3, See additional lyrics SE Ea) never 0 = bey T got-ta teach you, Dut you just won't be good. To Coda 55 Fs PPP PDE PD PPP OID FD) 7 PD de You won't be-have the way big gil should. Is time 10 give. that whip = crack. I'm teh School -3=2 Copyright © 1992 by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING, A Division of MCA INC. ané DISCHARGE MUSIC(ASCAP). ISHING. A Division of MCA INC. Chorus: os FS GS FES GS_RéS_GS Fis AS Ds As One Ni DML gon na have 10 send you back to bitch school, bitch school Bridge: bs : 2G Bs FS } ee 72} d ) aa 2 You're @ No more snif-fing strong - ers OLA Wee cetn MIN ar Un or tun-ning free. at nigh, You think my bark’s bad, hon-ey, wait ‘till you feel my bite Pe ecco UL ew Ue Ree J A Wait ‘ll you feel my bite AS Ds IY. Ls DS.% al Coda 3. You've got ‘Chorus: @ 6s_FIS OS FHS G5_Mis G_RS OS_Fs as Sea A) Donan) bs you will come lit = tle fas - ter, thanks 0 bitch school, beh seiool, —_____ bitch school. Gon - na have 10 take you back to bitch school Verse 2: You're abeauty, You're the best of your breed, You're a handful, ‘And I know what you need. You need taining Gonna bring yau to hee. 'm gonna break you with my will of steel Discpline's my middle name, ‘And no one comes back the same from (To Chorus:) Verse 3: ‘You've got problems, ‘You whine and you beg, When I'm busy, ‘You wanna dance with my le. 1'm gonna chain yor, Make you sleep out of doors. ‘You're so fetching when you're down on all fours. ‘And when you heat Your master, ‘You will come a litle faster, thanks 10. (To Chorus:) ul Fall Phe Way Home ‘Words and Music by DAVID ST. HUBBINS and NIGEL TUFNEL ff 8 @ ee Bright country feel in 2 4 = 96 Intro v7 Gtr.2 (Acoustic) / Gtr (elec) a af ec ring troughs) Travis piling syle sit = tint here 2 See additional lyrics Copyright © 1992 EMI WORLDTRAX MUSIC INC, Tonernatle Pe 1992 EMI WORLDTRAX MUSIC ING, = re Pa ee RAV Leeda It she's not = to bring her back, PND AAI n Led ane Le LHe then Tm gon-na know what sor- row means, snd T'm gon =a oe — / ? Z Z y Dees MT aarisa) Aaa aL ee ae A the way ii ie Nis Mee 7 2 Drude Hea NP aD | ie Pit ted. t athe way nom Yes, I'm gon- na all the way Guitar Soto: Gtr. 2 (cont. simile) | DI Pe ‘All The Way Home = $—3 br Gir. 2 (acoustie fill) ~ 5 — oS. 1 (ae — ei ata Here it comes, a7ype2 = here it. comes Chorus: Gtr, 2 (cont simile) a WO All the the way all the All The Way Home-5-4 way ome 1s ” D7 ar = : home. One more time! All the wey home, All the way a) | EE 0 0 = 8 + - ‘And I'm. gon-na ey, athe way ce elie Mm, mm, mn, — rm, ~—¥e. ap Verse 2: Well, her daddy never liked me, this he said, ‘And ine could not get it through his old gray head ‘That loved his daughter so. 1 did not mean to see her go. Now I'm gonna ery, ex, ery, All the way home. Vy tomes 5 16 Break Like Whe @lind Words and Music by DEREK SMALLS, DAVID ST. HUBBINS and NIGEL TUFNEL AB GSO DINED CDS Boe 2 Ee ee =1i6 fies Fitba Sone Vers SS a SSS ST mp* oe, See addtional hries w/Lead Fill 1 wiLend FI (nd & 3rd Verse only) Cage rd Vee ob Em Cosi? D fm Gt emit = a is = ———— a == io wate “Wve at the dust of the fe ~ rue past cau? D G am Bm c DUE. ES for will they break Gs rs pep | SSS === s = oie eave ae £ & r 1 = Ef : a ee Deak Like The Wind 6~ 1 CCopytighs © 1999 by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING, Aight adminisured by MCA MUSK mm sey alta 9 staan A Division of MCA INC. and DISCHARGE MUSIC (ASCAP) PUBLISHING. A Division of ICA INC. ithe air ais Read, v Lead Full (end Lead Fill) Em D soinat ‘prs “8 Guitar Soto: . Beousti Ser) ‘Quote from the "Concierto de Aranjucs®™ G Dm F (om) ES FS G5 FS Elec. Gtr. nee Rhy. Fig. g ae 0? AMAA me) J aT pal Bee. Ge. i stati crese. Brak Like The Wind 6-2 as At 3107 99 9 oy os mi wiRhy. Fig.1 ‘Break Like The Wind =6—3 MeLite The Wind 6-4 fear — 204 eto» [16 ¢40)—15¢10)15(10)19(16)15 (10 Le resi Like The Wind—6—5 48-coyr0ti9)—18 os - nee. ELEsEstes vitor — wink bar a Pad pO NN Py AMINE PIAAY ag ? $< Eee ‘ol Bend | x | ix | Cadenza: Freel a: Freely We are the guests wh have syed t00 To ‘We are the end oF the endless song. We send our hears ito the night Soaring to heaven ‘And will our heart beat on, break ike the wing? Is this promise we keep, Drone we break like the wind? " (10 Guitar Soto) "*k Like The Wind -6—6 2 ClamCaravan Words and Music by DEREK SMALLS, DAVID ST. HUBBINS and NIGEL TUFNEL om 2 om He HE & & & Moderately ¢ = 108 gen En r =. a wf ) ~. cous : 17-4 a eT ay oer ‘. cc z e 2 aed oh hath ch ath, — TT Ais * — satmagn ah ead Fig. i , £3.22. £ig5 faa ee $y e == =— = 3 GSE inf Ty “al + | cs $ * Verse: (Comin previous vocal figure throughout each verse) Em, Em, a a us A — ee ae I iD J Pies PEP AID PP) TU Er a 7 ne 0 pe eS = = Snill = = : oh otk LT ide ‘os the desert ony 2.3, See addtional ries: Ap pnt 64.2, 2 eS G E ——— 3 = = Clam Cxavan= 51 Copyright © 1992 by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING, A Division of MCA INC. and DISCHARGE MUSIC (ASCAP) Rights administered by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING. A Division of MCA IC, International Copyright Secured Made InUS.A. All Ri Bm ZONA 23 iis sand) What's that 1 sand.) There aw 2 ar ay mar eee mooo-a - sis in SRT have 10 tide 2h, : ah, athe Y ne AR ee eee) Pee if decent SSS (sitar gr. plays lower stems 8va on D.S. only) $ i + $ SAS Gir 2 ta ag G2 tb nis 2 [Dv i w/Lead Fig. 1 (viroughout solo) To Coda Guitar Solo: Egy ® / a 777 s___ TwiVnie Bell Coral Electric sar gi) mp nf v4 (simile throughout solo) .———— aN ad release sg hitted 6 Freely Cats 20 Blectrle sitar gtr, [. DS.%al Coda Verse 2: ‘The sun’s not your frend inthe desert Like he i et home. (s athome.) ‘The wind has a name inthe desert (Scirocco!) But i's barely known, (Rarely known.) It's only the heantiest bloom ‘That can blossom in darkest Khartoum; So will just stayin my room, Tonight. Verse 3: ‘The desert isn’t free with her secrets: She's silent bird (Quiet bird) asked the Sphinx for the answer, Iisaid, “Mum's the word.” (Bum’s the word.) So il etc the Zanzibar tin And sleep “til I'm wakened by rn And I'm back in Olde Englanidesgaine, Once mor. 26 Christmas With Lie Dewil Words and Music by DEREK SMALLS, DAVID ST. HUBBINS end NIGEL TUFNEL Eos. (Bes co. BS Gm? B = a Moderate rock ¢ = 120. ae 1 (Reys) 4& Rhy. Fig. 1 —————— & = = ea ae Fras fi br : , uM ba i cB aga ae hy Rhy, Fie.) a ee = z | L iM oe > ga EB = = Verses 1 de 2: ig 12 smes) (on, 5 —— =F eee Srna ott == = aa z Se are ee wana ce gee ens te 9h i ee & — + = = 4 eat Leeman ennai a eee (Cries Wik The Dev ey right © 1992 by NCA MUSIC PUBLISHING, A Division of MCA INC. and DISCHARGE MUSIC (ASCAP), Rigi administered by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING, A Division of MCA INC. ee, aa aittine hes 21 Gs (Gm) leering. gem - lin in ny brain ‘Thete’s some - one up the chim - ney hole ee lecring == === 4 Ss (end Rhy. Fig. 2) Ds Se- tan is his name, rises Wy 8 With The Devil 7-2 si = tent night, ao - lent night Ha, ha, ho, a, ha, Guitar Soto: w/Rhy. Fig 1 (2 times) as (m7) eet a a, ha, hay hay hay Gur.2 a2 ee?) Ys, S (witeavy echo/delay) “4a (wivib, bar) Gs (m7) Verse 3: Gs. (m7) wiRhy. Fig.2 | 3.So come all yen - faith ful; don’t be left. out in the cold, You don’t Keys) g (alt girs aces) 4-The elves are dtessed in leath~er and the an = gels. are in chal Cait ‘as with the The sugar plums are ran = cid and the Bey) cis ULCER ALA hist a tat f Se ——— SU with the Dev - it ‘Cisinas With The Devil 7-4 30 (cont. bigd vocals) 6 Guitar Solo: Gs BS cs_Bs_cs BS_CS_BS BS CS_BS cS G5_wiRhy. Fig. 3 (7 times) > lena Ry. Fig D fod pene Fed eral le € a (open string noise) ee 31 cs BS cs Bs cs Bs os BS CS BS css ee GS BS cs BS cs BS cS BSCS BSCS as + fico i y Ete, oo Z BS GSBSCS BSCSBS CSCS BSCS G5 BS CSBSCS BS csBs 2 22 2 22 2 2 i A fe BS CS BSCS Gs BS Pas a cs Bs os BS CS BS CS BSCS BS CS Gs ‘Christmas With The Devil -7=6 ey ai 02 Brags (ed. tb laughter) (es racer) Verse 2 ‘The rat ate all the presents [An the feindeer ran away. (Christmas withthe Devi.) ‘There'll be no Father Christmas "Cause it's evils holid (Christmas with the Devil) {to Bridge:) Cash On Delivery i ‘Words and Music by DEREK SMALLS, DAVID ST. HUBBINS and NIGEL TUFNEL AS DS BS G5, FS Hise Hse ee EE Moderate rock # = 104 Rhy. Fig. 1 2nd time only) z LUhessa JPA) DIANA OD LSD ig Gtr Rhy. Riff f (end Rhy. Fig. 112. aan) as DS AS as Ds AS RANTS Data a) VARIED ery AD sae = (end Rhy. Rift) Verse 1 wiRhy. Fig, 1 & Rhy. Riff (2 times) ES oe Fes SSS SSS SS SSS SS you got the eyes, and you got the lips, with your long blonde hair and your wild young hips; you (ieee 2 3 ——-— — = ~ Took tke a mil. tion, in = chod - ing tips. Wel, tm (ish On Detvery $1 Copyright © 1992 by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING, A Division of NCA INC, and DISCHARGE MUSIC (ASCAP). Rights administered by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING. A Division of MCA INC. ‘Intemational Copytight Secured Made In US.A. All Rights Reserved 38 I — pitt = = ae — Se S o —ES eS ———— us-y man. ba-byjcan"t ya ste? And 1 got no time for en-quet-ter-y, bat I'm as bs as ee =—_ » aaa 1 eS eee ee ele o ———= + ; ¥ willing and 2 = Be pay te feet i's So, make i Cash onde liv ‘y. Chorus: BS ESBS 3 Es lee 3 NX {| X x eI OMe Mae cash on de = live'ry if you're goa-na_ do Cath on deliv = 'ry, cash on deliv = ry, yeah, 6 as 5 6s as PAA kop i sti ly C&O DB ah SK Verses 2.& 3 ‘w/Rthy. Fig. 1 & Rhy. Rift A NG ES 2. Well, 1 love you, ba = by, but why take a chance? 1 don’t 3. See addtional pres (Cash On Delivery -$-2 cit-cum- stance, $0 don’t___ be lookin" for m0 big ad - vance, is... want 10 be a vie-tim of Now, you got the style and you got the look, and you cash be ~ fore you can cook jn your pock-et - book, you got-ta buy ro- cet ies gota big hole Chorus: as Ds as Bs ERs as Ds as ee Le ee ee be ob? Z way it should be. Let's make it cash on deliv = ty, cash on de = livery, that’s the cash on deliv = ry, So make it Cah on deliv = 'ty ES PIP? Py Gell with me. the yeah, cash on de-liv = "ry, if you cash on wey cash on de-liv = "yy To Coda Lee op a ae ee we i ey eo ae a keep it strit-ly CO. D. Yest, "8 OnDatnery=5-3 Ass ES PLANS (end Rhy; Fig.2)_w/Rhy. ES ech Natick LLL o Coda LP DD 27 = Yeah. Jost make it cash onde - iv 'ry with me. 41 os aS Es Po eR S27) SPS SSS Ce ee J or iF | ft 1 o Fr 4 = =| tr i “ — $ = ‘= t + SOnDetney 55 Verse 3 So if you want « man that's good and true, ‘Who's gonna love you no mater what you do, Vd look somewhere else if T were you Cash on delivery. [But when the deed is done and lights are iow, You cin count your gold in the afterglow; Love's like money, gota spend it slow Cash on delivery. Chorus 3 Make it cash on delivery, [know nothing is free, Just make it cash on delivery if you wanna do business with me, Let's keep it strictly C.0.D. Just make it eash on delivery for me. (ToCota) i Diva Fever ‘Words and Music by DEREK SMALLS, DAVID ST, HUBBINS and NIGEL TUFNEL, Fs BL cls ssl “rom: bar “wrangle trem: bar furiously while feeding back era AGAIN aa aaa (con. same rythm) (=== a. witrem. bar 14488) Pa iva Fever =9=1 Copyright© 1992 by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING, A Division of MCA INC. and DISCHARGE MUSIC (ASCAP) Rights administered by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING. A Division of MCA INC. A. WA AT Bee 4 Rhy. Fig. 1 BS cess. ) (end Rhy. Fig. 1) Verse: wiRhy. Fig. 1 (Gtr. 2) Bs CHS AS Bs css # . so back to wo back to 1 Can't go back tw Lon = dom cant 2Cm't go back to Db - Swin on, cmt go back to we. loo, Shel =, go (back to sits like you. Dive Fever 0. L FD ETAA com same ron) P~ : este te Z epee aS re > | fold. - | a + 691 —— 89 eS anement wa, % oe Be = —| s wire bar ‘bend note then pull upon bar SS Verse: wwiRhy. Fig, 1 BS CES DS AS BS #8 DS AS OES Bs es a= —— = 2 ae ra + icc eat 3. Here she comes, ove - ly, hate she comes, dead here 4 There she oes, smubs ome there she cus my. there 6.7. See additional lyric. — she comes big as — she pos, like a safe. Chorus: Rhy. Fig. 2 FS a A rm Ziineiy 4a z To next rain 3 DS& al Coda : a 1 got — Di va 45 fend Rhy, Fig, 2) {gpd Rhy. Fig.2) ? as Z a ee ee wiRhy. Fig. 2 (3 times) FES 46 gon = na Gs Pam LU ax UU FDTD coms. same rin) 3 Spoten: And yet ? ——————————— die seream = ing, in in suf for-a-ble ag 0 - m , o meant 1 could spend my last few gor - ing ho. wo her eyes Guitar Solo: NC :— i wren, bar Ora Dong 48 “9 tr (9) : lon ppkeioy s22e oy = Sa A ar * r 1-49 eo ir i616 tT H6 1840116 8H : Eh EB 13—12~10—12- 810-9 tap & side slide pick & LH. on E & B strings rapidly, producing squealing baby whale alls. (end soto) Swindon can't go buck Wats r= bo es Chorus: Fes WRhy. Fig.2 (4 times) ae Di " fe = ve, they'll nev er As ES Fs a — = = ae —s— ee. ese G + SSF E they won't in = sure me Di rc Ud Diva Fever-9-9 os /77?* FP) LD TTD FT) shant re- cov-et *eliss w/pich Verse 6: Can't go back, it's too late, Can't go beck, she’s too great Can't go back, I can’t deny. Verse 7: There she goes, love her, ‘There she goes, hate her, ‘There she goes, want to die (To Chorus:) Stinkin’ Up Phe Great Outdoors’ Words and Music by DEREK SMALLS, DAVID ST. HUBBINS and NIGEL TUFNEL Fast rock shuffle J = 168 (0 = 4 2) Intro i as Gtr. 2 (widist) Gtral (w/dise) > = a au $l eel "Gtr. 1 & 2 arr for one gir AS esse see ere ‘Parentheses indicate "ghost notes Verse: AS L.Late af ter - noon 2. See additional lyrics. Siikin’ Up The Gest Outdoor -7=1 Copyright © 1992 by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING, A Division of MCA INC. and DISCHARGE MUSIC (ASCAP). Rights administered by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING. A Division of MCA Ine International Copyright Secured Made In US.A. All Rights Reserved 2 2 hue man sea made out of mud and bait. — ‘There ain't nothin’ Uke & ee SS — : = ee = 2 deal ewe. Ties to cay pes ply wo os py h s (end Rhy. Fig. 4 See a SSS £ =e cee aces is lh << 3 : = + SG Bridge ts Fs Tox down, the planes on te round Tooke for the drummer and hs (23) See addtional lyrics. » Rhy. Fig.2 ep Re Me | Fatal PI os ES <= — - Pree nowhere a - round, — We're ran-nin’ ate, — at least an hour. — — 2 Silo’ Up The Gret Outdoors 72 33 Chorus: bo 4) a as ¢ b ea Se = SSS SS S55 — ee No tne to x 6 tine to show-er. Now we're sinks in? op the great out - doors. (end Rhy, Fig 2) We're stink in’ vp the great out stink in’ up the great out - door, — but the kids don’t __mind = se = | fas Ss” SS z pant toon Saka’ Up Tae Grest Outdoors —7=3 54 Harmonica Solo: wiRhy. Fig. 1 as fey 6 Gtrs. 1&2 Slide Guitar Solo: ES 2 Gtr.3 (wise) & Fes Gs ors 35 DS.% al Coda as Coda as No, n,m, ta, reo ie We're stink in? great out = doors. . Sinkin’ Up The Grest Outdoors 7-5 56 O) G As as o cs We're sink i? the great out - doors. sere LULIILIIEE (= stink i great out = 600%) Stink in’ up the great out - doors Doorsi_ ‘Stikin’ Up The Gi 37 Hey! ee ae ee Guiaste et es Gtr. 3 wislide Verse 2: We had a drink going up in the plane, We had another coming down again, Accouple more at the sport ba ‘And then some home-brewed stuff in the promoter’ cr. Bridge 2: Here we go, on withthe show, We'te bubblin’ under and we'te ready to flow. Wound up! Turned loose! ‘Ain't got the power but we sure got the juice (To Chorus:) Bridge 3 We it the stage with tock an’ rage, ‘And do our best o earn the maximum wage, The lights are bullshit, ‘The sound's for the bids Don’t know the music and we don't know ‘The words but we're .. I Just Begin Again Words and Music by DEREK SMALLS, DAVID ST. HUBBINS and NIGEL TUFNEL pot re? oF Dg an ee ae Ge Bo FB ta a Pe ont Saga ee Re Slow rock ¢ = 60 Abe Ent Intro: ; EmD 4 cedint atempo Gites (acoustic gtr.) lam Pur Drm Fram -p. 6 Verse 1. 6 En DG Em cast PWT ah ERATE WITT PN apy) 2 eee 1, When the game has just been Jost, cont simile G Em When the storm has let your When the rice has all been run the cos. Get your stars un-erossed. Back at square one.— ship well tossed, fig-nor Jost Begin Again =4~1 Copyright © 1992 by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING, A Division of MCA INC. and DISCHARGE MUSIC (ASCAP) ‘Rights administered by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING. A Division of MCA INC. Tn CA ed EMSA. A Ream $9 Chorus: Gtr 1 (cont. sme Em a cS co En D pe Just be-gin again, You can sl- ways find away. Just begin a- gain. c co Ba c ACE mS a 3 = ma $ 3 a No mat -ter what they say. Lite is jist a wheel, it is ©. ven ay ) LOT DA TTT) a ct oe ee ae real, you can rest an -oth- er day.______Life is just mea, and you never say Hn torn } WT ITT Porm inn ae ee 22 = = o when Jost be gin a= gain, o on Em D 6 E IWIN ITT mre Thiah A DA A Fim E Te idee aden trap Rae heh Gtr. 2 (elec. gu) <> = “Dip vem. bar daring etackof each note Verse 2: (Gir. (cont. simile) D io Bm G Em oD - He 2. Peo-ple ough is ‘And peo-ple xy you can't. un = do see — —wha's done, __ Peo-ple say the road. is just too rough, Burwhat do Fim 6 oa. Bm Age “oN = they know? Life is just a show. Gore = load your gun, Just be-gin a Chorus: Em D co En D ag 87 sain, Jost begin a gain. Mae the bas-tards ct their werds Just begin again. ae 2 os a E ant i Like bum-ble bees and hum-ming_ birds. — Life is just a dream, a > wot En > ¢ oo * = acl a —— te <2 Ft, et = ——" = 9 ms 1 c-tue work five hunted words. Rie, for you ave cam ‘ad you an ave the > wot sm op [Ito 3 sengh of ten, Don't hope 19 win Los - ing is no sin So just dig D BDE___Em? D ee } + IATT? oe tar / / rr a) aay 3 2 4 £25 in Just be gin a- gain, Be- ° Q 8 o | ) y J | ] J 3 elie ate 2 fee . = = te eo sok gin 6 co o Em D PINAR TARZAN SeU A Tied I ena aetna LTT tempo Repeat & fade 2 The Majesty OF Rock ‘Words and Music by DEREK SMALLS, DAVID ST. HUBBINS and NIGEL TUFNEL, BS Fim = BA Gim_) Cem Ce mB. As leg ie i = & Ea Be Moderate Intro. STITT nn mim rm ES. ii ii TN EA EA 1. There's a pulse 2,3,See additional bries in the new-born sum 2 beat inthe est of oom ‘The Nery Of Rock == 1 Copyright © 1992 by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING, A Division of MCA INC. snd DISCHARGE MUSIC (ASCAP), cmnistered by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING. A Division of MCA INC. 8 PRINTED MNT? 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Sal Coda Coda ES W/Rhy, Figs. 1 & ta - Nc . é <= : Verse 2: Verse 3: Inthe shade of a jungle glade, Or the rush ofthe crushing street, On the plain, on the foamy main, “You can never escape from the beat It's inthe mud and i's in your blood ‘And its conquest is complete ‘And all that you cen dois just surtender. Chorus 2 To the majesty of rock! ‘The pageanty of roll! ‘The crowing of the cock, ‘The running of the foal! ‘The shepherd with his flock, ‘The miner with his cos, We're in this together. ‘Te Majesy OF Rock —4— 4 When we die, do we haunt the sky’? Do we lurk in the murk ofthe seas? ‘What then? Are we bora again? Just to sit esking questions like these? Tiaow, for I told me s0, And I'm sure each of you quite agrees: ‘The more it stays the game, the les it chenges! Chorus 3; ‘And that’s the majesty of rock! The mystery of rll! ‘The damning of the sock, ‘The scoring ofthe goal! ‘The farmer takes a wife The barber takes a pole, We're in this together... and ever. 66 Rainy Day Sun ‘Words and Music by DEREK SMALLS, DAVID ST. HUBBINS and NIGEL TUFNEL, D E, Am Bm? Amaiz Sp ae ORE Bal Moderate ¢ = 126 Tro: EPPO LLU PEPPERELL A a = = 1B —* — — = “hus eranged foro Verses 1,2, 4 c Da 7 F 6 ) Dd continue sme rin 1, Here she comes that = rtin- yay su, peck -ing in snd out the 2 In her gol - den gos-sa- mer gown, and 2 necklace of the 4 O- pen up the top of your mind; catch the wa tr in your c ET An c D zy + fall ing tala drops; stil = ing down on Co a fin cst isin - bow, dy - ing ow this mins y day mg - ic paint - box. On the mn. oy col = ors you'll Chorus: By ir 23 c ° one, Good = by, find! cloud y skies! Here she comes! Here ste comes to Rainy Day Sun—2—1 Copyright © 1992 by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING, A Division of MCA INC. and DISCHARGE MUSIC(ASCAP). Rigs administered by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING. A Division of MCA INC. International Copyrigh Seesred Made In US.A. All Rights Reserved ou them down to sie, and dry the To Coda Q tears in my ac Verse 3; ‘Am c Dm B F 3. Here she comes that ain. - yay sun, like 2 mop- pl ata D & = od = —t bin aay sot spoil - ing her = Ant Bat c Bm? fun, ra io in a DS. % al Coda = An? Barc Bu? Am? Bm? F 57 Amaj7 (Ply 10 ties) j Spe NGM reco DAVID ST. HUBBINS and NIGEL TUFNEL, i) jloslivimshilms) alll |e es se eR ez ee Ee ee hadaercinee ci TLL OLLI remy) ay Nat) Siete ® Ase ‘+ Gul og. Gra Verse: ps Gs As 94 2. p22 = t — — A Spring = time s 23. See additional lyrics ¥ == s ic - ¢as —t0y€0y Springime 41 Copyright ©1992 by MICA MUSIC PUBLISHING, 4 Division of MCA INC. and DISCHARGE MUSIC (ASCAP) ‘Rights administered by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING. A Division of MCA INC. ‘International Copytight Secured Made in U.S.A. All Rights Reserved Chorus: g os Bs rERLUNNTTROUE ee PTD Naar Gaskaneie men * — Don't you thik that__ isa pity Don't you think that FS os AS BS cs To Coda €} 7) db) Aranda) a ae ST AD 4 eg i its a stamer__* Don’ you wish that evry season was the DS.%I Dg) cp cD PO SIA 4 ie Ries t i + PQ. 20 WA . guitar below) 3 peas 0 Da da, da, ft a = a, a, a, aa da, da, t 0-12—10-9 10 T Pa 4 it = B = Bs Z t v1 tt toe Daailte Dae a pani = ee | 3 4500, day t0, de ty tO adi) Wa, a as te—-£) fo Qe te $ oe ———— oe wre mF BB tempi . 4 = oe rum cadenza HS z 7 Git © Fao — ne) bid effects ond eee repeat times deface) (ae in & sustain wislight arpeggiations for 8 measures) so vol Verse 2: Verse 3: ‘Time for loving in the park Springtime, enough's enough. Wear a jumper when i gets dark. Tired of flowers and all that stuf, Mind the prickles, Want some drizzle, Mind the dew, Want some sleet, ‘Wash your willie when you're through. ‘Want some wellies on my feet Singine 4g Lhe Sun Never Sweats Words and Music by DEREK SMALLS, DAVID ST, HUBBINS and NIGEL TUFNEL, a = Hee Tease « Feo Hat. a a Ee ee Rock ¢ = 122 Intro: os Ne. meaner) Saal os Nc. Bs cs Gs ena noy Fig» : a Asia sid) Lad $b Verse os Bis cs : ue isin / / ' Ss ee =f ee ger who wal me he “The Sun Never Sweate-6=1 CCopysigh © 1992 by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING, A Division of MCA INC. and DISCHARGE MUSIC (ASCAP). Rights administered by NICA MUSIC PUBLISHING. A Divisien of MICA INC. poe me ce a rene amen PU ey Mee Aes et HUL reata sea, Bray-er than the natives who 3 | Se ee Tree + Nn , ee = oes never knew what hit them, ssid the Span-iards lat~ er on, Chorus os Fi BS FS GS Bs Pa ) 3 big - ges / / / / / © le phan nev - er for ges, snd the sun nev = er To Coda IQ-0- To Codal FS BSS GS FS BS FS 4 1-t TT DEERE Mash DD sweats No, the sun nev - er sweats, wiRhy, Fig. 1 Gs Ne. Gs 16 7) 7s DS.S% al Coda t —_ a l i ~ . a 8 (3 Coda r N&- ) continue same yt Z co 8 9—10-14-10-- 9-8 SI cs Gstype2 Festpe2 WUD PU te ED fie te ae % w/Rhy. Fig. 1 KC D.S.% al Coda It StF | Lj pee 2 4722 £9) ) 419) TT) = = SS] 8 Coda It Gs ES Bs Call te / / / Ap ee Ine Lite is & gam-ble and we're all plae = tag our n os FBS FS Gs Fs BS fs Ce yay A 2 IFT TD tes And the sun nev = er seats os LM OBS FS Rs a ; j Zz i / / Ais / No the sun nev = er seats, Verse 2, ‘You vere younger than a virgin, older than the sea ‘You were angel, you were devil, and Iwas all of me: You knew you met your masie. when Tinade you sty at home Woman. Whatever made you oan? Chorus 2 Even the hardest concrete never quite ses, And the sun never sweats, No. the sun never sweats Verse 3 Losing is for losers. winners play twin, Always love the sinner. you may’ ove like the sin, The door that used 1 open his closed without a rack Woman, you're lke the Empire and Isl want you hack, Chorus 3 ‘We may be gods or just But the sun never sweats, fe isa gamble, and we" ‘And the Sun never sweats I pacing our bets (ee Now Leaving On Track 15 i DAVID ST. HUBBINS and NIGEL TUFNEL, Dap (Bb Am A Ent Bigs fap | Ene = se aS Moderately ¢ = 118 Intro’ Girl Dmg (erring tiroughou) mf’ (courte 12-sring arranged for 6 sing) oy the outskis of (Spoken) 1. In @ hospital bed ‘234.5. See additional lyrics. (Piano enters 2nd time) f a lay an old grey man ae —— 3 Now Leaving On Track 132-1 Copyright © 1992 by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING, A Division of MCA INC, and DISCHARGE MUSIC(ASCAP) ‘Rights administer by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING. A Divison of MCA INC, ee ee ee no SNC Dn Fai? Em Gus.182 777 pu) 7 TP (60s. 162 cone smite Let him 0. et him go is to le for B Asus heal - ing. Put an end tothe pin that we know he's feel = ings His lie is his bur den, his death is his B gh Let's send him off __ gent - Tyy(gent ~ I in - to that good ard A Asus Em SA Sig, Spoten: Goodnight, Verse 2: His hair was all wispy, hie eyes were a blank His breath came in spurts from an oxygen tank Verse 3: The nurse hovered near and so did the reaper. But which had the number to his private Beeper? Verse 4 Shall ele there forever with a tbe up his nose, And his peepee’ poo-po sipping ou tra hose? Or shalt he be released 10 float towards the light, Like a wee baby doveing ora realy good Kite? "Leaving On Track 13-29 All Dhe Way Home Words and Music by David St Hubbins and Nigel Tulnel Well, I'm sittin’ here beside the railroad track, And I'm waitin’ for that train to bring her back. If she’s not on the five-nineteen, Then I'm gonna know what sorrow means, And I’m gonna cry, cry, cry, All the way home. Chorus All the way home. All the way home. Yes, I'm gonna cry, cry, cry, All the way home. Well, her daddy never liked me, this he said. And he could not get it through his old gray head That | loved his daughter so, I did not mean to see her go. Now I'm gonna cry, ery, ery, All the way home. Chorus Copyright® 1992 EM Worlds Music Ine Intemational Copyright Secured Made in USA. All ights Bitch School ‘Words anc Music by Derek Smalls, David St. Hubbins and Nigel Tul You been bad Don't do what I say. You don't listen, And you never obey. Try to teach you. But you just won't be good. You won't behave the way A big girl should. It's time to give the whip a crack. I'm gonna have to send you back to Bitch School. Bitch School. You're a beauty You're the best of your breed. You're a handful. And | know what you need. You need training. Gonna bring you to heel. I'm gonna break you with my will of steel. Discipline’s my middle name. And no one comes back the same from Bitch School, Bitch School Nor more sniffing strangers, or running free at night You think my bark’s bad honey - wait till you feel my bite wait till you feel my bite You got problems. You whine and you beg. When I'm busy, You wanna dance with my leg. I'm gonna chain you. Make you sleep out of doors. You're so fetching when you're down on all fours. And when you hear your master, You will come a little faster, thanks to Bitch School. Copyright® 1992 By MOA Music Publishing, A division of MICA Inc, and DISCHARGE MUSIC (ASCAP) Flights administerac by A Division of MICA ine jade InUSA. All Fights Reserved Break Like Che Wind rds and Music by Derek Smalls David St. Hubbins ang Nige! Tun! We are the children who grew too fast We are the dust of a future past We raise our voices in the night Crying to heaven And will our voices be heard Or will they Break Like The Wind We are the footprints across the sand We are the thumb on a stranger's hand We made a promise in the night Swearing to heaven Is this a promise we keep Or one we Break Like The Wind Hey! We are the guests who have stayed too long We are the end of the endless song We send our hearts into the night Soaring to heaven And will our hearts still beat on Or will they Break Like The Wind Ooh, Break Like The wind, Copyright © 1992 by NCA Music Publishing A Dison of MCA INC. and DISCHARGE MUSIC (ASCAP) Fights acrsnistred by M{CA MUSIC PUBLISHING ‘Division of NCA INC. Intematonal Copyright Secured Made inUSA lights Reserved Cash Ou Delivery Words ane Music by Derek Smalis, avid St Hubbins and Nigel Tune! Well, you got the eyes, you got the lips, With your long blonde hair and your wild young hips; You look like a million, including tips... Well, I'm a busy man, baby, can't you see? And | got no time for coquettery. But I'm willing and able to pay the fee ifit's Cash On Delivery Make it cash on delivery if you're gonna do business with me, Let's keep it strictly C.0.D. Well I love you, baby, but why take a chance? | don't want to be a victim of circumstance, So don’t be looking for no big advance, it’s... Cash On Delivery Now, you got the style and you got the look, And you got a big hole in your pocketbook, And you gotta buy groceries before you can cook... Cash On Delivery So make it cash on delivery, that’s the way it should be. Let's make it cash on delivery lf you wanna close a deal with me. Let's keep it strictly C.0.D. So if you want a man that’s good and true, who's gonna love you no matter what you do, 1'd look somewhere else if | were you... Cash On Delivery But when the deed is done and the lights are low, You can count your gold in the afterglow; Love's like money, gotta spend it slow... Cash On Delivery Make it cash on delivery, | know nothing is free, Just make it cash on delivery if you wanna do business with me. Let's keep it strictly C.0.D Just make it cash on delivery for me... Copyright ©1982 by MCA Music Pubising [Division of MCA INC. and DISCHARGE MUSIC (ASCAP) Fights admin JUSIC PUBLISHING, A Division of ional Copyright Secured Made InUS.A All Rights Reserved red by MICA Christmas with Phe Devil Words and tiusic by Derek Salis. David St Hubbins ang Nigel Ture! The elves are dressed in leather And the angels are in chains (Christmas with the Devil) The sugar plums are rancid ‘And the stockings are in flames (Christmas with the Devil) There's a demon in my belly And a gremlin in my brain There's someone up the chimney hole And Satan is his name The rats ale all the presents And the reindeer ran away (Christmas with the Devil) There'll be no Father Christmas “Cause it's Evils holiday (Christmas with the Devil) No belts in Hell No snow below Silent Night, Violent Night So come all ye unfaithful Don't be left out in the cold You don’t need no invitation, n¢ Your ticket is your soul Copyright #1992 by MICA Music Pubising. A Dwvson of MAING, and DISCHARGE MUSIC (ASAP, ts administered by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING, ‘A Divsion of MCA I cpyrigh Secured Maden USA. All Fights Reserves Clam Caravan Words and Music by Derek Smalis, David St Hubbins and Nigel Tune! Iride cross the desert on my camel Over hills of sand. (Hills of sand) What's that I see in the distance? Only hills of sand. (Hills of sand) There is no oasis in sight; I'll have to ride through the night If I'm to make Baghdad by light Of dawn. ‘The sun's not your friend in the desert Like he is at home. (ls at home) ‘The wind has a name in the desert (Scirocco!) But it's barely known. (Rarely known) It's only the heartiest bloom That can blossom in darkest Khartoum; So | will just stay in my room Tonight. The desert isn't free with her secrets: She's a silent bird. (Quiet bird) asked the Sphinx for the answer, It said, “Mum's the word.” (Bum’s the word) So I'll catch the Zanzibar train And sleep ‘til 'm wakened by rain ‘And I'm back in Olde Englande againe Once more. Copyright © 1892 by MCA sie Publishing [ADrsion of HCA ING. ang DISCHARGE MUSIC (ASCAP). Righs admnitred by ca MUSIC PUBLISHING {division of NCA INC International Copyright Secured Made nUSA. All Fights Resorved Diva Fever Words ang Muse by Derek Smalls, David St. Hudbins and Nigel Tune! Can't go back Can't go back To London. To London, Can't go back Can't go back To Swindon, To Swindon, Can't go back Can't go back To Waterloo. To Waterloo Can't go back Can't go back, To Debra, It's too late, Can't go back Can't go back, To Sheila, She's too great, Can't go back Can't go back, To girls like you Ican't deny, Here she comes, There she goes, Lovely, Love her, Here she comes, There she goes, Deadly, Hate her, Here she comes, There she goes, Big as life. Want to die. There she goes, ‘got... ‘Snubs me; Diva Fever There she goes They'll never cure me. Cuts me, Diva Fever they won't insure me There she goes, My demon lover Like a knife. Diva Fever I got... I shan't recover... Diva Fever Copyright 1992 by MCA Music Pubishing It’s staying on me ADivsion of MCA INC and DISCHARGE MUSIC SCAR) Diva Fever fi sone by HEA MUS PBUSHNG It's preying on me. International Copyright Secured Made InUSA. All Rights Reserved Diva Fever She's born to thrill me Diva Fever It's gonna kill me. (Spoken) And yet I would gladly die screaming in insufferable agony, if it meant | could spend my last few moments gazing in her eyes... Just Begin Again Words and Music by Darek Smalls, David St Hubbins and Nige Tun When the game has just been lost. When the race has all been run. When the storm has left your ship well-tossed. Ignore the cost. Get your stars uncrossed. Back at Square One. Just begin again. You can always find a way. Just begin again. No matter what they say. Life is just a wheel, i it’s even real. You can rest another day. Life is just a meal, and you never say when Just begin again People say enough is enough. People say you can’t undo what's done. People say the road is just too rough. What do they know? Life’s just a show. Go re-load your gun. Just begin again. Make the bastards eat their words. Just begin again. Like bumblebees and hummingbirds. Life is just a dream, an unconscious stream, A picture worth five hundred words. Rise! for you are cream. And you can have the strength of ten. Don't hope to Losing’s not a sin, Just dig in... And Just begin again. Copyright © 1992 by MCA Musie Pubihing, A Division of MA INC. and DISCHARGE MUSIC (ASCAP). Fights administared by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING [Division of MICA ING. International Copyright Secvred Madan USA. All Fights Reserves The Majesty OF Rock Words and Music by Derek Smalls, David St Hubbins anc Nigs Tu There's a pullse in the new-born sun; A beat in the heat of noon; There's a song as the day grows long, ‘And a tempo in the tides of the moon. It's all around us and it's everywhere, And it's deeper than Royal blue. And it feels so real you can feel the feeling! And that’s The Majesty Of Rock! The fantasy of Roll! The ticking of the clock, The wailing of the soul! The prisoner in the dock, ‘The digger in the hole, And that’s The Majesty of Rock! ‘The Mystery of Roll! The darning of the sock, The scoring of the goal! The farmer takes a wile We're inthis together. .and ever, ‘The Biber takes 8 pole, In the shade of a jungle glade, We're in this together...and ever... Or the rush of the crushing street, : opyright ©1982 by NCA Music Publishing On the plain, on the foamy main, Poked otktGa NG and OSCHARCE 1 You can never escape from the beat. its snnsts It’s in the mud and it's in your blood —_"#nsters Cony ‘And it’s conquest is complete. And all that you can do is just surrender. To The Majesty Of Rock! The Pageantry of Roll! The crowing of the cock, The running of the foal! The shepherd with his flock, The miner with his coal, We're in this together...and ever... When we die, do we haunt the sky? Do we lurk in the murk of the seas? What then? Are we born again? Just to sit asking questions like these? I know, for I told me so, And I'm sure each of you quite agrees: The more it stays the same, the less it changes! ISIC (ASCAP) ‘by MGA MUSIC Publishing A aiviion of MCA red MadeinUSA. All igh Reser Rainy Day Sun Words and Music by Derek Smalls, David St. Hubbins and Nigel Tunel Here she comes, that Rainy Day Sun, Peeking in and out the falling raindrops; ‘Smiling down on everyone, In her golden, gossamer gown, And a necklace of the finest rainbows; Drying out this rainy day town. Good-bye Cloudy Skies! Here she comes! Here she comes to... Cut them down to size, And dry the tears in my eyes. Here she comes that Rainy Day Sun. Like a moppet at a birthday party; Rainy day's not spoiling her fun. Open up the top of your mind; Catch the water in your magic paint-box, Oh, the many colors you find! Good-bye, Cloudy Skie: Here she comes! Here she comes to. Cut them down to size, And dry the tears in my eyes. Copyright = 1992by MICA Music Publishing, ‘A Division of NCA INC. and DISCHARGE MUSIC (ASCAP), Fights administered by MICA MUSIC PUBLISHING A Division of MA INC. International Copyright Secured Mt USA. All Right Reserved Springtime Springtime is on my mind Flowers blooming, all the time Smell the roses Smell the grass Old man winter can kiss my ass Chorus Don't you think that it's a pity? Don't you think that it's a shame? Don’t you wish that Every season was the same Time for loving in the park Wear a jumper when it gets dark Mind the prickles Mind the dew Wash your willie when you're through Chorus Springtime, enough's enough Tired of flowers and all that stuff Want some drizzle. Want some sleet Want some wellies on my feet. Chorus Copyright = 1992 by ICA Music Publishing. [ADs of MCA INC. and DISCHAAGE MUSIC (ASCAP) Fights administered by MICA MUSIC PUBLISHING. ‘Division of MAING Irteratonsl Copyright Secured WadeInUSA All ights Reserves Stinkin’ Up Lhe Great Outdoors Words an Music by Derek Smalls, Davis St Hubbins and Nigel Tun Late afternoon in the open aii A human sea made out of mud and hair. Ain't nothing like a festival crowd: There's too many people so we play too loud. Touch down, plane's on the ground. Look for the drummer, he's nowhere around. Running late, at least an hour, No time to rest, no time to shower no we're Stinkin’ up the great outdoors Stinkin’ up the great outdoors Stinkin’ up the great outdoors But the kids don’t mind! We had a drink going up in the plane, We another coming down again. We had another in the airport bar, And then some home-brewed stuff in the promoter's car. Here we go, on with the show, We're bubblin’ under and we're ready to flow Wound up! Turned loose! Ain’t got the power but we sure got the juice and now we're Stinkin’ up the great outdoors Stinkin’ up the great outdoors Stinkin’ up the great outdoors But the kids don’t mind! We hit the stage, with rock and rage And do our best to earn the maximum wage. The lights are bullshit, the sound’s for the birds, Don't know the music and we don't know the words but still we're Stinkin’ up the great outdoors Stinkin’ up the great outdoors Stinkin’ up the great outdoors And the kids don't mind! Copyright® 1992 by MICA Music Publishing, A Divison of MA INC. and DISCHARGE MUSIC ASCAP). Fights administered by WGA MUSIC PUBLISHING, & Dison of MCA INC. International Copyright Secured Maden USA All Fights Reserved The Sun Never Sweats Words and Music by Derek Smalls, David St Hubbins and Nigel Tune Bolder than the pirates who used to rule the sea Braver than the natives who never heard of tea. They never knew what hit them, said the Spaniards later on. Empire. It was here and now it’s gone. Even the biggest elephant never forgets And the sun never sweats. No, the sun never sweats. You were younger than a virgin, older than the sea. You were angel, you were devil, and I was all of me, You knew you met your master, when i made you stay at home. Woman. Whatever made you roam. Even the hardest concrete never quite sets. ‘And the sun never sweats. No the sun never sweats. Losing is for losers, winners play to win. ‘Always love the sinner, you may even like the sin. The door that used to open has closed without a crack. Woman, you're like the Empire and | still want you back. We may be gods or just big marionettes. But the sun never sweats. Life is a gamble and we're all placing our bets. And the sun never sweats. No the sun never sweats. Copyright © 1982 by MCA MUSIC Publishing. bison of CAIN and DISCHARGE MUSIC (ASCAP) Fonts acrnisteres by MCA MUSIC PUBLISHING {Division of MCA INC. Intemational Copyright Secured Made InUSA All Rights Reserved Tow Leaving On Brack 13 Words ané Music by Derek Smalls, David St Hubbins an Nigel Tutnet In a hospital bed On the outskirts of town Lay an old grey man Ina soiled white gown His hair was all wispy His eyes were a blank His breath came in spurts From an oxygen tank ‘The nurse hovered near And so did the reaper But which had the number To his private beeper? Shall he lie here forever With a tube up his nose And his pee pee and poo poo Slipping out through a hose? Or shall he be released To float towards the light Like a wee baby doveling Ora really good kite? Let him go. Let him go, It's too late for healing Put an end to the pain We know he’s feeling His life is a burden His death is his right Let's send him off gently into that good night, Good night. Copyright ©1992 by MCA Music Publishing, ‘A Division of MICA ING. and DISCHARGE MUSIC (ASCAP), Fights administered by MCA PUBLISHING, ‘A Dusion of NGA ING. International Copyright Secured Made nUSA All Rights Reserved GUITAR TAB GLOSSARY ™* TABLATURE EXPLANATION READING TABLATURE: Tablature ilusrates te sr srngs ofthe guitar. Notes BEND AND nd chords are indicated by ine placement ol fet numbers ona given strats RELEASE 2 Play the note é 2 and gradual 6 bende he “Oo | ‘next pitch, then relese 1 2 tothe origina iA | note, Only the first note is attacked. | = By t ; ce soQ ie an | invoUvING | MORE BENDING NOTES THAN ONE STRING: \ Play the note ard HALE STEP: Play suai ae ne playing an adios not the nate and {iierotone):Piay bidet eaiecr- superna hee eee release, relieve pressure from men bare additional note(s), causing original slightly tothe nate to sound alone, equivalentotnat | alet | BeNDs inwvoLvIne STATIONARY WHOLE sTEP: PEBEND NOTES: Pay Piay tne note ans (Ghost Bend): notes and bene aring one Bend tothe | Bend tower whole step. spected note pitch, en Betore the sing hol ur is picked release begins (indicated atthe | point where line becomes solid). | wnote sreP pneneNo ano uwson AND A HALE RELEASE: Bend pes Play the note and the sting. pay it Ce bend sting a then release (0 whol step and she origina note eae Thay lower note to the same pith as the higher note ‘Two STEPS: REVERSEBEND: | pouste Play the note and Play the akeady- | NOTE BEND: bend sting two bent ating the? Play bah whole steps. immectately drop notes and itdown tothe immediately freted nate vena bah strings simultaneous >A half step is the smallest interval in ‘waaay oan temepaalio-orw int, LEU E UU bee RHYTHM SLASHES STRUM INDICA. TIONS: Strum with indicated rhythm The chord voicings are found on the first page of the transcription underneath the song tte. fetter) FRET. SS onto TaPPinc: + + “Tap” ———— were wer coe | Felt bye wih finger of the pick han, then pull off to the following note held by the fret hand. HORT GLISSAN- DO: Play rote for its full value and slide in speciied direction at the last possible moment, uu worn a cts : wores qa ins sine, rer inte ose SLASHES: the tapped the pick weyeten te m Indicated above the rhythm slash with a fret number and a string indication, ARTICULATIONS HAMMER ON: Play lower note, then “hammer on" te higher note with another finger. Only the first note is attacked. LEFT HAND HAMMER: Hammer on the first note played on each string withthe lel hand, PULL OFF Play higher note, then “pull off" to lower note with another finger. Only the frst note is attacked fretboard, then pulled off to the following note. ‘across the length of the string(s). tap onto note indicated. LEGATO SLIDE: Play note and slide to the following note. (Only first note is attacked), LONG GLISSAN- DO: Play note and slide in specified direction for the full value of the note. muTeD BEND AND, STRINGS: TAP A ‘TECHNIQUE: percussive Play note and ‘sound is bend to made by specified laying the interval. While frethand holding bend, across all six stings while pick hhand strikes specified area (low, mid, high strings) PALM MUTE: The note or notes are muted by the palm of the pick hand by lightly touching the string(s) near the bridge, TREMOLO PICKING: The note or notes are picked as fast as possible, and pul off consecutively Tt and as fast as Ft possibie Ep ative the ———| TRILL: Hammer on original note and the grace note. ACCEN’ Notes or chords are tobe played with added ‘emphasis. ‘STACCATO (Oeteched Notes): Notes or chords are tobe played roughly half their actual value and with ‘separation, Down STROKES ‘AND UPSTROKES: Notes or chords are to be played with either a downstroke v ofthe pick VIBRATO: The pitch of a note is varied by a| rapid shaking ofthe fret hand finger, wrist, and forearm. HARMONICS NATURAL HARMONIC: A linger ofthe tet hand lightly touches the note or notes indicated inthe tab and is played by the pick rand. ARTIFICIAL, HARMONIC: The frst tab ‘number is fretted, then the pick hand produces the harmonic by Using a finger to lighty touch the ssame string at the second tab ‘umber (in parenthesis) and is then picked by another finger. ARTIFICIAL, Ss — “PIncH” HAR. MoNic: Anoteis fretted as indicated by the tab, then the pick hand produces the harmonic by ‘squeezing the pick firmly while using the tp ofthe index finger in the pick attack If parenthesis are found ‘around the fretted note, it does not sound, No paranthesis moans both the trated note and AH. are heard simultaneously TREMOLO BAR SPECIFIED INTERVAL: Thepitchota note or chora is lowered to a specitieg interval and then may or may not return tothe original pitch. The. activily of the tremolo bar is ‘graphically represented by peaks and valleys. uN SPECIFIED INTERVAL: The pitch of ote ora chord is lowered to 8 unspecified interval