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Road To Hell Part 1 ukulele

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
This is the first part of the song, or the intro if you listen to the full version (its 
youtube). Its not difficult, but it wasnt here i just figured it might be convenient for 
one day where it wasnt here for me.

The timing is quite odd, and it doesn't really work just playing chords but you can find 
own way of doing it, escpecially if you add some really bluesy vocals it sounds neat.

Also, dont tell me its wrong...i know its not ;)

Here it is:

Am
Stood still on a highway
	E7
I saw a woman
		    Am
By the side of the road
With a face that I knew like my own
 		 E7
Reflected in my window
	  Am
Well she walked up to my quarterlight
	Dm
And she bent down real slow
	  Am	    E7
A fearful pressure paralysed me
      Am
In my shadow
			   E7     Am
She said "Son, what are you doing here?
				      E7
My fear for you has turned me in my grave"
	Am
I said "Mama, I come to the valley of the rich
Dm
Myself to sell"
	  Am                E7     Am            E7
She said "Son, this is the road to Hell"
         Am
On your journey 'cross the wilderness
	  Dm
From the desert to the well
       	  Am            	E7                Am
You have strayed upon the motorway to Hell

...into part 2...


Thanks.

Aimee
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