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Golden Hours ukulele

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#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. #
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From gary@mc.com Sun Apr 27 11:29:04 1997
Date: Wed, 23 Apr 97 09:45:31 EDT
From: Gary Von Colln 
To: guitar@olga.net
Subject: CRD: Golden Hours

GOLDEN HOURS
Brian Eno, from album Another Green Word
Music transcribed by Gary Von Colln

F - Am - F - Am - C - C - (2x)

               F                       Am
The passage of time is flicking dimly upon the screen.
                F                             Am
I can't see the lines I used to think I could read between.
C                                C
Perhaps my brains have turned to sand.

         F                        Am
Oh me oh my I think it's been an eternity.
            F                       Am
You'd be suprised at my degree of uncertainty
C               C
How can moments go so slow

        F                           Am
Several times I've seen the evening slide away.
             F                          Am
Watching the signs taking over from the fading day.
C                     C
Perhaps my brains are old and scrambled.

Solo

        F                           Am
Several times I've seen the evening slide away.
             F                          Am
Watching the signs taking over from the fading day.
C                   C
Changing water into wine.

        F                           Am
Several times I've seen the evening slide away
             F                          Am
Watching the signs taking over from the fading day.
C                          C
Putting grapes back on the vine.


Background words for last two verses:

Who would believe what a poor set of eyes can show you.
Who would believe what an innocent voice could do
Never a silence always a face at the door.

Who would believe what a poor set of ears can tell you.
Who would believe what a weak pair of hands can do.
Never a silence always a foot in the door.

            
            
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