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5 To 9 ukulele

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Apologies for lack of tab for solo, but I have it worked out on the ukulele, and I 
don't know what it is on the guitar, but it's really quite easy, your starting 
note is C#, if you go from there, you should be fine

One two three it was
A (N.C)                                        F#m(N.C) 
Three o'clock (three o'clock), in the morning, double vision with my homies,
A(N.C)                                      F#m(N.C) 
Four o'clock (four o'clock), feeling funny, got no car and we got no money.

D             Dmaj7
Aaaaaaaaaaaah aaaaaaaaaaaah

A                                          F#m
Five o'clock (five o'clock), body, sunset, reggae, forty, so we can’t see
A                                           F#m
Six o'clock (six o'clock), came to dentist, asked if he’s got anything.

D             Dmaj7
Aaaaaaaaaaaah aaaaaaaaaaaah

Solo = Verse and Chorus

A                                                                 F#m
Eight o'clock (eight o'clock), feeling shitty, coming down the GPSP
A                                                                      F#m
Nine o'clock (nine o'clock), drunk and driving, on my way to Conquer city.

D             Dmaj7
Aaaaaaaaaaaah aaaaaaaaaaaah

A                                           F#m
Ten o'clock (ten o'clock), I ain’t driving, taking vomit in the back seat,
A                                            F#m
Twelve o'clock (twelve o'clock), caring less if all my way is all way down. 

D             Dmaj7
Aaaaaaaaaaaah aaaaaaaaaaaah
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Ukulele Kris 52 Jul 11, 2013 10:04 AM

Hmm, not sure how I appreciate my contributions being put into "ukulele" formats, and putting it into the wrong key to make it easier for ukulele players.

As a ukulele player myself, we need to push ourselves to be better players, and that comes with learning new chords. Furthermore, F#m is not a hard chord on the ukulele, it's like a G7, but everything moved a string up, so 2120, it's only a case of putting a finger down from the A that comes before it.

Please, fellow ukulele players, trust in me, and learn it in the original key of A!

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