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Landlady Song ukulele

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From the album: 
Boys, Flowers, Miles
Tabbed by Zac Crook

Standard tuning
Capo: 6

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| G:          320033 |
| Cadd9:      X32033 |
| Dsus4:      XX0233 |
| D:          XX0232 |
| Em7:        022033 |
| Dsus4/F#:   200233 |
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Intro: G   G   G   G

          G           G                 Cadd9      G
Oh you're breaking my spirit and you're hurting my ears
       G             G          Dsus4  D 
Little darling, when I hold you close 
         G          G             Cadd9        G
You have laid in my bed since the day we were wed
                G           Dsus4         G 
But when you're sleeping, I like you the most 


           G          G           Cadd9         G
Cause your voice is a needle on a record that's broke
         G               G        Dsus4  D 
The only one, babe, that you ever play 
          G             G                Cadd9           G
And these days it skips more, and it was not that good before
    G             Dsus4         Em7 
Oh, Lord, help me love you, babe 
    G             Dsus4         G
Oh, Lord, help me love you, babe 


            G         G              Cadd9      G
Well, long ago, I was foolish, long ago, I was young 
           G        G            Dsus4  D
You were a waitress on Route Thirteen 
      G          G               Cadd9        G
I was hungry for eggs, back then you had nice legs
        G            Dsus4 G
And the rest is just histo-ry 


         G          G           Cadd9         G
Now your voice is a needle on a record that's broke
         G               G        Dsus4  D 
The only one, babe, that you ever play 
          G             G                Cadd9           G
And these days it skips more, and it was not that good before
    G             Dsus4         Em7 
Oh, Lord, help me love you, babe 
    G             Dsus4         G
Oh, Lord, help me love you, babe

 
Dsus4/F#                           Cadd9       G
Through thick and thin, that's the way that we swore
    Dsus4/F#                      Cadd9         Dsus4 
But you ain’t been thin since the children were born 
    G           G              Cadd9        G
Oh, Lord, how I try, yeah, you know that I do
             G    Dsus4  G 
But it ain't easy loving you
 

           G          G           Cadd9         G
Cause your voice is a needle on a record that's broke
         G               G        Dsus4  D 
The only one, babe, that you ever play 
          G             G                Cadd9           G
And these days it skips more, and it was not that good before
    G             Dsus4         Em7 
Oh, Lord, help me love you, babe 
    G             Dsus4         Em7
Oh, Lord, help me love you, babe 
    G             Dsus4         G
Oh, Lord, help me love you, babe 



That's it. This is one of her more easy songs.
Listen to the song for strumming and the 
hammer-on on Em7 in the chorus...
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