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I Said I Am I Said - Sultans Of Ping F.C. - Wheres Me Jumper? (Vinyl)

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  1. Sultans Of Ping F.C. A: Where's Me Jumper? B: I Said I Am I Said: Divine UK: ATHY 27 Jan 7" 9: Sultans Of Ping F.C. A: Stupid Kid B: Give Him A Ball (And A Yard Of Grass) Divine UK: ATHY 27 Apr 7" 0: Sultans Of Ping F.C. A: Veronica B: Teenage Vampire: Divine UK: ATHY 28 Sep 7" 1: Sultans Of Ping F.C. A: You.

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  2. "WHERE'S ME JUMPER" - Sultans of Ping FC Tabbed by: Miguelohara E-mail: [email protected] Tuning: EADGBe This is my first tab, and I must say I am very proud to have successfully deconstructed such a remarkably intricate and complex bobscompthekusineticconfransrolltorre.co, it's only three chords, but it's still an achievement.

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  3. Jun 02,  · SULTANS OF PING F.C. – Casual Sex in the Cineplex ( Rhythm King) I’ve said a tremendous amount about this band already. In case you need a refresher: I first spoke of them in an early Record Store Tale about discovering new music.; Then, guest writer T-Rev stopped by to give us his story of how he introduced all of us to this album, Casual Sex in the Cineplex.

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  4. Sultans of Ping F.C.'s, "Where's Me Jumper?" Misheard Lyrics: He said, "I know what I'd like, man, a kiss and a kai" I said, "I don't know what I mean to say but neither do I" Original Lyrics: He said, "I know a little Latin: manacus anacai" I said "I don't know what it means", he said "Neither do I".

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  5. Dancing in the disco, bumper to bumber, Wait a minute, where's me jumper? This is where you come in. Listen to the song for the rhythm and play chords in this order. G Em D G Dancing at the disco, bumper to bumper, Em D G Wait a minute, where's me jumper? Oh no. Em D G Dancing at the disco, go, go, go.

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  6. The Sultans of Ping shortened their name with the release of each album. The 1st album was released as The Sultans of Ping FC the 2nd album was released as the Sultans of Ping and the 3rd album as Sultans.

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  7. Lyrics for Where's Me Jumper? by Sultans of Ping F.C.. My, brother, knows, Karl Marx, He met him eating mushrooms in the peoples park, He said 'W.

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  8. Get all the lyrics to songs by Sultans Of Ping F.C. and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.

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  9. Their album Casual Sex in the Cineplex contained much of their best material, including Stupid Kid, You Talk Too Much and the perennial student-night favourite Where's Me Jumper?, but many amazing b-sides were great too: Turnip Fish, Armitage Shanks & Riot at the Sheepdog Trials Read more about Sultans Of Ping F.C. on bobscompthekusineticconfransrolltorre.co

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