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Stranger On The Shore ukulele

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Stranger On The Shore:Andy Williams.
#30 in UK and #38 in USA in 1962.

INTRO: E F#m7 B7 E B7 E7 A Am

#1.

E      F#m7  B7 E        B7  E7      A   Am
Here I stand... watching the tide go out.
   E     C#m7    F#7
So all alone and blue,
     F#m7               B7
just dreaming dreams of you.

#2.
  E            F#m7 B7 E  B7     E7     A   Am
I watched your ship as it sailed out to sea,
E      C#m7   G#m
taking all my dreams,
E7  A      B7dim9  E  E7
and taking all of  me.

#3.
A              E
The sighing of waves,
    F#m7    B7dim9 B7  E
the wailing of     the wind,
E7  A                G#m
the tears in my eyes burn..
     F#7            F#7dim9 F#m7 B7
Pleading, My love, re.......turn.

#4.
E        F#m7 B7   E B7 E7      A    Am 
Why, oh, why  must I go on like this?
      E      C#m  G#m E7 A6       B7dim5  E     F#m7 B7 E 
Shall I just be a lonely stranger on the  shore?


(INTERLUDE:) A E F#m7 B7dim9 B7 E..E7 A G#m F#7 F#7dim9
             
             F#m7 B7

OUTRO:
E        F#m7 B7   E B7 E7      A    Am 
Why, oh, why  must I go on like this?
      E      C#m  G#m E7 A6       B7dim5  E     F#m7 B7 E 
Shall I just be a lonely stranger on the  shore?


A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.

            
            
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