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Last Words ukulele

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INTRO: (F-G-E) F F F F    F F F F F

The curtain of darkness is fallin’
F
And my friends are all here at my side.
F                                                    F
Are those the sweet voices of angels
F
As I rise on that heavenly tide?
G                                       G7

All hearts overflowin’ with sadness
F
And those words left so often unsaid
F                                                F
Then I could hear a voice whispering softly,
F                                                            F F
“Could I have all your stuff when your dead?”
F                                  G                         F F F

“Could I have your TV and your pickup?
F
And I’ve always admired your shoes.
F
Could I have that old dining room table?
F
And there’s a couple of chairs I could use.”
F                                                         G7

“Well, you know that you’re headed to glory,
F
And like a star, up to heaven you’ll shoot
F                                                        F
When they write the last page of your story,
F                                                             F F
Could I try on that seersucker suit?”
F                                   G          F F F

SOLO/INSTRUMENTAL: (F-G-E) F F F F    F F F F F



It was the voice of my dear brother Thomas.
F
He was kneelin’ down close by my side.
F                                                      F
His breath had just come from a funeral
F
For a mouth full of teeth that had died.
G                                                   G7

Well, I prayed my last prayer for salvation.
F
I was feelin’ the touch of God’s hand.
F                                                  F
But I could still hear the voice of my brother
F                                                           F  F
As they struck up that old angel band.
F                                   G              F F F

“Could I have your old ski boots and surf board?
F
And maybe that four-poster bed?
F
Would you mind if I took a few records?
F
Just Nirvana, The Stones, and the Dead.”
F                                                    G7

Well, you know that you can’t take it with you
F
To your heavenly home up on high.
F                                                F
When you pass through those gates, and they hand you your wings,
F                                                                         F                   F
Could I have all your stuff when you die?
F                                  G                    F F F



But the angels consulted St. Peter
F
And flew me back to my hospital bed.
F                                                    G
My life was a new day a-dawning,
F                                         F
And the angels took Tommy instead. 
F                                   F            F F F

OUTRO: (F-G-E) F F F F    (F-G-E-E-E-F-E-G-F) F F


Tabbed out by Peter C

            
            
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