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]
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Bill Bailey belonged to every radical party
     G            D
 that ever came to be,
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Till he finally decided to start his own party
      A
 so he wouldn't disagree.
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He got himself an office with a sign

 outside the door, 

 with "Marxist League" in letters red,
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And to everyone who came around these
 A
 were the words he said:	

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[Chorus]
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"Oh, you may be a friend of Max Shachtman,

 Jim Cannon and you may agree,
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You may get along with 
                                 D
Norman Thomas and with Algernon Lee
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You may be an old-time Wobbly,
     G                     D
 and think Jay Lovestone's fine,
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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]
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For 17 years Bill Bailey kept his office 
         G               D
with the sign outside the door,
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But he never, ever got a new member.
 A
 Everybody made him sore.
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And then one night, there came a big fire
     G                     D
 and through the flame and smoke,
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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,
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You may get along with Emma Goldman and with the S.L.P..
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You may have belonged to every radical party
      G          D
 that ever had a line,
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Yes, you may be a comrade to all of those folks,
 A                          D
 but you ain't no comrade of mine."

[Verse 3]
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And so on this day, Bill Bailey passed away,
         G                  D
 and his soul to Red Heaven flew.
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He was met at the gate by old Karl Marx
 A
 and Friedrich Engels(13), too.
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They said, "Welcome, comrade,"
                            G                D
 as they opened the gate to let Bill come inside,
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As he slammed the door back in old Karl's face,
      A
 these were the words he cried:

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"Oh, you may be a friend of Karl Kautsky,

 and a pal of Ferd LaSalle,
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You may get along with William Liebknecht
                          D
 and the First Internationale,
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Yes, you may have inspired every radical party
          G             D
 from the Hudson to the Rhine,
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Oh, you may be a comrade of all of those folks,
  A                         D
 but you ain't no comrade of mine."