Joe’s Garage è il brano che dà il titolo all’opera rock divisa in tre atti e incisa nel 1979 da Frank Zappa, immaginandosi un mondo in cui la musica diventi illegale; è il secondo dei quattro brani che costituiscono il primo atto. Il garage in questione è quello in cui un giovane (Joe) passa la maggior parte del tempo a suonare rumorosamente, calamitando le inimicizie del vicinato. Joe sarà allora convinto a cambiare stile di vita e ad avvicinarsi al modello cattolico, fidanzandosi con una giovane Mary, anch’ella cattolica e di buona famiglia; le cose peggioreranno quando Mary lo pianterà per darsi ella stessa ad una vita di eccessi tutta sesso, droga e rock’n’roll.

Joe’s Garage Accordi Chords Testo

Intro: MI MI4 MI We take you now, to a garage, in Canoga Park MI4 It makes it's own sauce... MI It wasn't very large LA SI There was just enough room to cram the drums MI In the corner over by the Dodge LA It was a fifty-four SI With a mashed up door MI And a cheesy little amp LA SI With a sign on the front said "Fender Champ" MI And a second hand guitar LA DO#m SI It was a Stratocaster with a whammy bar MI We could jam in Joe's Garage LA His mama was screamin' SI His dad was mad MI We was playin' the same old song LA SI In the afternoon 'n' sometimes we would MI Play it all night long LA SI It was all we knew, 'n' easy too MI So we wouldn't get it wrong LA SI All we did was bend the string like... MI LA SI ...Hey! MI Down in Joe's Garage LA SI We didn't have no dope or LSD MI But a coupla quartsa beer LA SI Would fix it so the intonation MI Would not offend yer ear LA SI And the same old chords goin' over 'n' over MI Became a symphony LA SI We would play it again 'n' again 'n' again MI 'Cause it sounded good to me ONE MORE TIME! MI LA SI MI DO#m7 We could jam in Joe's Garage LA His mama was screamin', SI "TURN IT DOWN!" MI DO#m7 We was playing' the same old song LA SI In the afternoon 'n' sometimes we would MI DO#m7 Play it all night long LA SI It was all we knew, and easy too MI DO#m7 So we wouldn't get it wrong LA SI Even if you played it on a saxophone MI LA SI MI DO#m7 We thought we was pretty good LA SI We talked about keepin' the band together MI DO#m7 'N' we figured that we should LA SI 'Cause about this time we was gettin' the eye MI DO#m7 From the girls in the neighborhood LA SI They'd all come over 'n' dance around like... MI DO#m7 So we picked out a stupid name LA SI Had some cards printed up for a coupla bucks MI DO#m7 'N' we was on our way to fame LA SI Got matching suits 'N' Beatle Boots MI DO#m7 'N' a sign on the back of the car LA SI 'N' we was ready to work in a GO-GO Bar ONE TWO THREE FOUR LET'S SEE IF YOU GOT SOME MORE! MI LA SI MI People seemed to like our song LA SI They got up 'n' danced 'n' made a lotta noise MI An' it wasn't 'fore very long LA SI A guy from a company we can't name MI Said we oughta take his pen LA SI 'N' sign on the line for a real good time MI But he didn't tell us when LA SI These "good times" would be somethin' MI That was really happenin' LA So the band broke up SI An' it looks like MI We will never play again... Guess you only get one chance in life To play a song that goes like... MI SI FA#m7 SI MI SI FA#m7 SI MI SI FA#m7 SI MI SI FA#m7 SI MI Well the years was rollin' by, yeah LA Heavy Metal 'n' Glitter Rock MI Had caught the public eye, yeah LA Snotty boys with lipstick on MI Was really flyin' high, yeah LA 'N' then they got that Disco thing MI 'N' New Wave came along LA 'N' all of a sudden I thought the time MI Had come for that old song LA We used to play in "Joe's Garage" MI And if I am not wrong LA You will soon be dancin' to... MI The WHITE ZONE is LA for loading and SI unloading only MI If you gotta load or unload, go to the WHITE ZONE You'll love it... MI LA SI Well the years was rollin' by ... MI LA SI Well the years was rollin' by ... MI LA SI Well the years was rollin' by ... MI LA SI Well the years was rollin' by ...

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Alberto Moneti
31 anni; pianista dall'età di 8 anni, organista, percussionista, chitarrista, ha conseguito la licenza in teoria musicale e solfeggio al Conservatorio Cherubini di Firenze. Fondatore di Accordiespartiti.it, operatore di marketing online e SEO.
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