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Artist: Clem Snide
 Album: The Ghost of Fashion
  Song: Joan Jett of Arc

[http://www.indieguitartabs.com/bands/clem_snide/joan_jett_of_arc.html]

Tabbed by: Ryan (Rhum55pitt@aol.com)

Capo at 2

Intro- F, G quietly Then-

C, C/B, Am7, C, F, G

[C] She fixed me a [C/B] dinner,
[Am7] Of sunflower [C] seeds,
[F] And ready whip topping [G] inhalers.
[C] And take me down [C/B] south,
[Am7] With Hall & Oates in her [C] mouth,
My [F] First love,
My [G] Joan Jett of [C] Arc.

My blackheart was heavy,
And her mom's cougar was fast,
As little pink houses were whistled,
And it was all you can eat at the sizzler that night,
My steak burning Joan Jett of Arc.
My steak burning Joan Jett of Arc.

And the shopping malls and roller rinks
all dimmed thier lights,
Sicaddas and crickets were silent.
And the train tracks like stitches
skidding bicycle tires,
As I slipped in my Joan Jett of Arc.
As I slipped in my Joan Jett of Arc.
As I slipped in my Joan Jett of Arc.
As I slipped in my Joan Jett of Arc.

(Ok this next part I am kinda foggy on the chords, 
so I didn't even bother trying to post it.
If anyone has any ideas, let me know, or post it here!)

And the birds that were crushed,
Once had air in thier bones,
As oil was refined in her honor.