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Rani Chords

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE--------------------------------#
#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.#
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------#

Date: Sat, 13 Jun 1998 00:44:59 -0700
From: "A.Holter Barbour" 
Subject: g/gazoz/rani.crd

An Israeli pop song, Roni, by Gazoz in CRD form

RONI by Gazoz, 1979

 (in Hebrew- "ch" 's are gutturals)
 G    C    G
Roni at omeret
 G    C     D
she'ha col nigmar
 Em       A
ve'at mitstaieret
  C           D
ein lach ma l'omar
  G     C      G
lifne she'at ozevet
  G        C  D
nishmetet mi'yadi
  Em         A
klaf noash azrok lach
C           D
Roni, al talchi
(chorus)
C  D   D/C  Bm   E
Ro-ni,      al talchi
Am             Bm
ha'shemesh lo tizrach alai
G
k'she at lo l'yadi
C   D  D/C  Bm   E
Ro-ni,      al talchi,
 (no chord)
Ani pashut rotse otach iti.
(end chorus)
G     C    G
Roni biladaich
G      C      G
ein li shum kivun
Em               A
aflig ben michtavaich
C              D
shikor al ha'sipun
G        C     G
Lo rotse col erev
G       C      D
letset v'lechapais
Em           A
targum b'guf acheret
C           D
tni li ma sh'yesh.
(chorus)
(terrible guitar solo)
G      C      G
Roni, yesh b'teva
G      C      D
rega shel atsvut
Em            A
ach al tetni l'rega
C            D
lafoch l'metsiut
(chorus)

transcribed by andrew holter barbour a.holter@bigfoot.com
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