SONG: Lonely Pew ARTIST: Dan Studney and Kevin Murphy From the musical, Reefer Madness The Musical Gm F6 The service today was really exciting! Gm D#--A#/D--Cm--A#--G# -- Yahweh was mad, and did plenty of smiting! Gm F6 With locusts and plagues, and little green froggies Gm D#--A#/D--Cm--A# -- All that and more thundered down from the sky G#--Am7b5 C# I reached for your hand like I always do Fm G--G#--G--G#--Gsus4 G But beside me was just an empty wooden pew C Dm7-G - There's hymnals and a rosary C F - Fm - But they don't keep me company C Fsus4 - F - The wafers now don't taste so great Em - Bdim - Dm9 - G - They won't transubstantiate C E7 Am Without you near the gospel choir sounds askew Fm C Dm7 Gsus4 G Jimmy, come back and fill my lonely pew! C Dm7 - G - C Fsus4- Fm - Gsus4 - A gloomy church that you're not in can lead a girl to mortal sin! G - Dm - Fdim - A lady asked: "Is this seat taken?" Am I lied, I guess! E7sus4 - E7 - I told her, "Yes!" C Dm7 - G - C Fsus4 - Fm - I pray a holy shining star will lead you home from where you are C Fsus4 - F - Em7 - C#dim - Dm9 - G - In a fog or lost at sea...or could it be you're tired of me? C E7 A It's a line of thought I'd rather not pursue! Fm C F - Fm/G Jimmy, come back and fill my lonely C#dim C11 pew!