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Trinko Dog ukulele

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Trinko Dog - Bedouin Soundclash

this is off their upcomming album but some people have heard it so if you  know it this
is for you These are the chords you need to know for most of the song, near the end they
change the key of the song to B (making these 4 chords B, F#, E, and G#m)

1. A#/Bb               3. D#/Eb  

   e|---6---              e|---6---
   B|---6---              B|---9---
   G|---7---              G|---9---
   D|-------              D|-------
   A|-------              A|-------
   E|-------              E|-------

2. F                   4. Gm

   e|---8----             e|---10---
   B|---10---             B|---11---
   G|---10---             G|---12---
   D|--------             D|--------
   A|--------             A|--------
   E|--------             E|--------




A#                  F                    A#                   F     
Trinko Dog have you sang your last song, cause you look tired today

       D#       F               Gm     F      A#     F     
but if you keep walkin' there's people talkin' and a band that might 

A#                         F                 A#                      
play, Trinko Dog sing your song, band played along, Trinko Dog sing 
           
     F                             D#    F     Gm    F
your song, you know you couldnt go wrong             soft song
                                  (oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh)
A#     F          A#
Trinko dog sing a song...
 

The rest is like this until they change keys which just means you move each chord up one fret...

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