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Sleepwalking ukulele

by Ben Lee
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Lyrics are Copyright by Ben Lee. The chord changes represent my best interpretation of 
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Intro:
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0--0-0--|

Then:
A D A Bm

               E
So glad you're coming
              F#m    D   Bm
Nothing on my mind
                E
If I could only visit
                    F#m   D
The places that you hide
Bm
It's blurred against the background
E                          D
It vanishes as soon as you tell
(Intro)
I know this feeling
(Intro)
I know this feeling well


A D A Bm

                    E
Despite these complications
                     F#m     D   Bm
There's nothing on my mind
                  E
Turn and face it properly
                    F#m     D
If you have to look behind
Bm
It's buried in the chaos
E                          D
It vanishes as soon as you tell
(Intro)
I know this feeling
(Intro)
I know this feeling well


A D A

F#m              Dm          A
You're broken and I want it
F#m              Dm
You're broken and I want it
        E      Am     F
Asleeeeeeeeep
Am      E      Am     F
Asleeeeeeeeep


E..........


A           F#m
Teach me to sleepwalk
D
There's nothing I want more
A           F#m
Teach me to sleepwalk
D
There's nothing I want more
A           F#m
Teach me to sleepwalk
D
There's nothing I want more

A           F#m
D


(Intro)
I know this feeling
(Intro)                   A
I know this feeling well


He also uses a quick fingerpicked transition between the E and F#m chords that I have 
yet been able to figure out.

            
            
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