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Chords Req: Buddy Can You Spare a Dime?


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26 Jan 99 - 05:10 AM
Pete M 26 Jan 99 - 05:48 AM
Roger in Baltimore 26 Jan 99 - 05:57 AM
Joe Offer 26 Jan 99 - 02:23 PM
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Subject: Buddy can you spare a dime
Date: 26 Jan 99 - 05:10 AM

I am looking for the chords of Buddy can you spare a dime. Will Bakke

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Subject: RE: Buddy can you spare a dime
From: Pete M
Date: 26 Jan 99 - 05:48 AM

Hi Anon, we have had a previous thread which you can access here on this song. The thread includes posts with the chords.

Pete M

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Subject: RE: Buddy can you spare a dime
From: Roger in Baltimore
Date: 26 Jan 99 - 05:57 AM


My you are a busy Mudcatter. I just finished searching the forum and found the same thread Pete M. found. I should mention that there are several postings with slightly different chords in each, so I encourage you to read the complete thread.

You could have found this thread, too. What Pete M. and I did was go to the main forum page. At the top is a series of blue underlined phrases. We clicked on Forum Search. Then I typed "once I built a tower" (without quotation marks) into the rectangle labelled body. I chose those words because they are a consistent phrase in the song that is not likely to be duplicated in another song. If I used the song title some would have listed "brother" instead of "buddy" and possibly "spare me" rather than "spare".

You have taken the first step using a DT search for "San Miguel." Next step is a Forum Search and you'll be growin' up real fast.

The next step will be posting information you have to someone else's request or joining in some discussion on a thread.

I learned all of this from my fellow Mudcatters in the last year.

Keep on 'Cattin' and enjoy the song!

Roger in Baltimore

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Subject: RE: Buddy can you spare a dime
From: Joe Offer
Date: 26 Jan 99 - 02:23 PM

Hi, Roger -
Did I tell you Gene Graham says you're going to take my job away from me? I think it's very important to be kind and gentle (but not condescending) when we point people in the right direction here at the 'Cat. I have to say that you do it with more finesse than I do.
It's essential that we be kind and gentle in all of our dealings with others, because that's what makes life worth living.
-Joe Offer-

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