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Mayfly Chords

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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: Mon, 13 Apr 1998 17:34:12 +0100
From: Fred Felix 
Subject: b/belle_and_sebastian/mayfly.crd

By Belle & Sebastian

>From the album 'If You're Feeling Sinister'
Transcribed by Ben Ufton
Submitted by Thelonius

Capo fret 1

G#  C#

G#            C#         G#
Lovesick on a sunny afternoon
        C#                G#
You are tired of stopping in
        C#              G#
You are waiting for the time
G#            C#               G#
Mayfly, woken up when skys are clear
        C#              G#
I don't mind you coming near
        C#           Bb
Keep me company till she comes again
         G#               Eb/G
You are the one who's making do
         C#              Eb
I am the one who's privy to
            Bbm            Cm
Because you saw him in the park
            C#               G#             C#            Bb
Because you saw him at the bridges with the people in the park

Cana was the start of something big
You were there in there in the beginning
You were there to see him play
Mayfly, woken up when sky's are blue
I don't mind the sight of you
Keep me company till she comes again
You are the one who's making do
I am the one who's privy to
Because you saw him at the celebrations standing at the side
He had the moves to make the day
But you would love him anyway

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Mitchell's appealing site 'Sinister' at
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johanenglarsson 50 wrote on January 23 2006, 02:08 pm

really bad

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Futt 10 wrote on July 12 2006, 04:20 am

its good but you have to play without the capo not with it, and why should you have a capo when playing barré i do not know please take the 'capo fret 1' away

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Bumcivilian 225 wrote on March 9 2008, 10:09 am

Confusing because the capo doesn't seem necessary, and it isn't clear if the chords are in relation to the capo. They don't seem to be, but if they aren't why is the capo there?

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