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Arms Of A Woman ukulele

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Hello all. I've been using ultimate-guitar.com for years and have yet to contribute
today. I believe this to be accurate. It is a combination of some others online and
to the song itself. Amos Lee finger-picks these chords throughout but strumming *with 
right timing* sounds good as well. Send comments/suggestions to cjlloyd41@aol.com and download
Lee on iTunes! Enjoi.


*Intro* (finger picking)
A - D - A - E

        A                     D
I am at ease in the arms of a woman.
         A
Although now,
                          E
most of my days are spent alone.
F#m
   A thousand miles,
                     E
from the place i was born.
             D
But when she wakes me,
    E             A
she takes me back home.
          A
Now, most days,
               D
i spend like a child.
      A                    E
Who's afraid of ghosts in my mind.
F#m                                E
   I know, there ain't nothin' out there.
    D               E             A
I'm still afraid to turn on the lights.
        A                     D
I am at ease in the arms of a woman.
          A
Although now,
                            E
most of my days a are spent alone.
F#m
   A thousand miles,
                     E
from the place i was born.
             D
But when she wakes me,
    E             A
she takes me back home.

(Solo) (Play around with Chords)

F#m
   A thousand miles,
                     E
from the place i was born.
             D
But when she wakes me,
E                 A
she takes me back home
        A                     D
I am at ease in the arms of a woman.
          A
Although now,
                            E
most of my days a are spent alone.
F#m
   A thousand miles,
                     E
from the place i was born.
             D
But when she wakes me,
    E
she takes me
             D
Ya, when she wakes me,
E
she takes me
             D
Ya, When she wakes me,
    E             F#m (hold)
she takes me back home.
        D
When she wakes me,
    E             A
she takes me back home
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