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Ls Song ukulele

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These chords are incorrect. Please DO NOT rate or comment on this. I am working on 
an update for this song with the correct chords.

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This is one of David Gray's oldest song and, im my opinnion, one of his most 
beautiful. It used to be called Lara's Song but then in 1993-94 he shortened it to 
just L's Song. L's Song can be found on The EP's 92-94 record which was released 
in 2001 by David Gray's old record company.

At the end of the tab I will put a couple thing that is needed to be known to play this correctly.


L’s Song

E* – 0.7.6.8.7.0
A* – x.0.9.9.9h10.9
B – 7.9.9.8.7.7
C#m – 9.11.11.9.9.9
A – 5.7.7.6.5.5
B* – 7.9.9.8.0.0
A/F# – 2.0.2.2.0.0
E – 0.2.2.1.0.0

E*     A*     E*     A* (x2)

  E*                                A*                    E*
A*
I love you nervouse finger, wont you fumble all night long
        E*                      A*                 E*   A*
Let the morning air sting us to rise and stumble on
    E*                            A*
  A*
And down the crooked pavement the wind blows my thoughts like a leaf
    E*                       A*            E*
  A*
The brittle bells chimes and fortune smiles with its broken teeth


        B                   C#m
And the many rivered lands,
A                      B*
Grateful for the rain.
                       C#m     A
Id be grateful for one morsel
        E*           A*     E*     A*
Of your lovin again.

E*                              A*               E*   A*
Summer, restless summer wont let sleepin dogs lie
     E*              A*                 E*   A*
Your barbed voice reawakens time gone by
E*                     A*                       E*
          A*
Owls face, fine bones, parched land, dry stone. Thunders muttered promise
          E*                             A*
Impatient gull on the scented wind, your grey eyes startling;
E*           A*
rain nearly upon us

        B                   C#m
And the many rivered lands,
A                      B*
Grateful for the rain.
                       C#m     A
Id be grateful for one morsel
        E*           A*     E*     A*
Of your lovin again.

A/F#     E     A/F#     E

        B                   C#m
And the many rivered lands,
A                      B*
Grateful for the rain.
      B*               C#m     A
Id be grateful for one morsel
      B*               C#m     A
Id be grateful for one morsel
      B*               C#m     A
Id be grateful for one morsel
        E*           A*     E*     A*
Of your lovin again.

E*     A*     E*     A*     E*

The A* chord (x.0.9.9.9h10.9) is played by hammering on the B string on the 10th 
fret as as you finish you first down strum on the chord. So its like this

x.0.9.9.9.9   ->   x.0.9.9.10.9

Also, the C#m to A is Fairly quick. Listen to the song to get it down.

For those who dont have this song, you can look up the song on Youtube by 
searching for "L's Song - David Gray"

Enjoy!

            
            
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