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Reet Snowy Peaks ukulele

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
Date: Tue, 7 Nov 1995 13:57:23 +0000 (gmt)
From: The Dark Horse 

	I don't know if this will be of interest to you or your tab
reading afficionados, but this is the transcription of a song a little
known British band have been known to do mid-set. I don't think a
recording exists. It is devestatingly simple, yet quite catchy, operating
with an acoustic guitar and (preferably) a Tibetan backbeat.

	Arse McShannon & his Himalayan Band - Reet Snowy Peaks

Introduction :

This is a strummed open D7 chord with the picking :

e---------0--2----0--2wwwwww---|
B-------3------3---------------|
G------------------------------|

Over which is sung, "Oh there be"

Verse :

  F
Reet snowy peaks
  F
Reet snowy peaks                          NB The D's are played and then
  D                                       slid up an octave up the neck
Reet snowy peaks
  G
Reet snowy peaks
  G
Reet snowy peaks let's go once more

Repeat verse

Instrumental : Same chords only E-shaped barres, with riffing to the sus4
shape towards the end of this line - if you've heard it you'll know what
I mean.

Last verse : same as first with last line :
	"Reet snowy peaks, lets end it there."

Then play the G/Gsus4 riff on the 3rd fret barre chord in a similar
manner to on George Michael's "Faith" Indeed, by transposing the chord up
to B (7th fret) when you've finished, you can link straight into it.

Cheers

Jez.

            
            
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