CHORDS: Joe Glazer – Bill Bailey The Ultimate Sectarian Chord Progression on Piano & Ukulele
This is the chords of Bill Bailey The Ultimate Sectarian by Joe Glazer on Piano, Ukulele, Guitar and Keyboard.
[Verse 1] D Bill Bailey belonged to every radical party G D that ever came to be, D Till he finally decided to start his own party A so he wouldn't disagree. D G D He got himself an office with a sign outside the door, with "Marxist League" in letters red, D And to everyone who came around these A were the words he said:
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[Chorus] D "Oh, you may be a friend of Max Shachtman, Jim Cannon and you may agree, G You may get along with D Norman Thomas and with Algernon Lee D You may be an old-time Wobbly, G D and think Jay Lovestone's fine, D Yes, you may be a comrade to all of these folks, A D but you ain't no Comrade of mine."
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[Verse 2] D For 17 years Bill Bailey kept his office G D with the sign outside the door, D But he never, ever got a new member. A Everybody made him sore. D And then one night, there came a big fire G D and through the flame and smoke, D As the firemen rushed in to save Bill's life, A these were the words he spoke:
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[Chorus] D "Oh, you may be a friend of Ben Gitlow; Reverend Muste and you may agree, G D You may get along with Emma Goldman and with the S.L.P.. D You may have belonged to every radical party G D that ever had a line, D Yes, you may be a comrade to all of those folks, A D but you ain't no comrade of mine." [Verse 3] D And so on this day, Bill Bailey passed away, G D and his soul to Red Heaven flew. D He was met at the gate by old Karl Marx A and Friedrich Engels(13), too. D They said, "Welcome, comrade," G D as they opened the gate to let Bill come inside, D As he slammed the door back in old Karl's face, A these were the words he cried: D "Oh, you may be a friend of Karl Kautsky, and a pal of Ferd LaSalle, G You may get along with William Liebknecht D and the First Internationale, D Yes, you may have inspired every radical party G D from the Hudson to the Rhine, D Oh, you may be a comrade of all of those folks, A D but you ain't no comrade of mine."