Plastic Jesus Fall Line Spring Wind
Hi All, great tune covered and mixed with couple of other great tunes. Lyrics and chords from concert Weekend at the Greek. Capo 2nd Fret. Enjoy. Opening is just D with alternating plucking on the D and A string. Throughout the song always pluck the base string, listen to it and you will hear what I am saying. Look at the bottom for explanation of what he does on the A with *, and A**. D I don't care if it rains or freezes G as long as I've got my plastic Jesus D A* sitting on the dashboard of my car D it comes in colors pink and pleasant G it glows in the dark cause its iridescent D A D I'll take it with me whenever I go far D so give me my lady Madonna G dressed in rhinestones and sitting on a D A* pedestal of abalone shells D driving 90 but I'm not scared G because I've got my Virgin Mary D A D assuring me that I will never go to hell D (Plucking D string) D And by the way You know that D hope will make you strange D Make you blink, make you blank, make you sink D G It will make you afraid of change G And often blame G The box with the view of the world D And the walls that fill the frame D I turn it up D but then I turn it off D Because I can't stand when they start to talk G About the hurting and killing G Whose shoes are we filling G The damage and ruin G Man, the things that we're doing D Good god, We gotta stop, we gotta turn it all off D We gotta rewind D and start it up again A** Because we fell across the fall line A G Ain't there nothing sacred anymore G D Nana nana nana na G, D, G, D, G, D D Somebody saw him jump But nobody saw him slip I guess he lost a lot of hope And then he lost his grip G Now he's lying in the freeway In the middle of this mess Guess we lost another one Just like the other one D Optimistic hypocrite That didn't have the nerve to quit The things that kept him wanting more Until he finally reached the core A** He fell across the fall line A G Ain't there nothing sacred anymore G A** We all fell across the fall line A G Ain't there nothing sacred anymore G D Nana nana nana na G, D, G, D G D Nana nana nana na G D G All my friends are getting older, A Bm I guess I must be too. G Without their love and kindness A I don't want I'll do G D Oh the wine bottle's half empty A Bm The money's all been spent G We're a cross between our parents A And hippies in a tent. G D Oh, Love calls just like a wild bird A Bm It's just another day G A D Spring blew my list of things to do away. G,D,G,D G D G In a mucked up lovely river A Bm I cast my my little fly G But I look at that river and I smell it and A it makes me want to cry, Oh G D To clean our dirty planet A Bm Now there's a noble wish G Now I putting shoulder to the wheel A Cause I wanna catch some fish, Oh G D Love calls just like a wild bird A Bm It's just another day G A D Spring blew my list of things to do away. A* At this point Jack plucks the open A string and strums A. Then covers the E string on the second fret with his thumb, pluck and then strum A again. Then he returns to D. A** Pluck open A string strum A, cover E string on 2nd fret pluck and strum A again. Cover E string on 3rd fret pluck and strum A. Cover E string on 2nd fret strum A. Then he goes to G. Hope this helps! If you listen to the song performed on Weekend at the Greek you will hear what I am talking about.