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Gloomy Sunday ukulele

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   / Heather Nova   /  This song was originally composed in 1933 by Hungarian
  / Gloomy Sunday  /  composer Rezső Seress with lyrics by his friend and poet
 / South          /  Ladislas Jávor apparently written after breaking up with
/________________/  his girlfriend. In the U.S. it was often known just as the
                   "Hungarian suicide song". On Rezső's 69th birthday in '68
                  he committed suicide himself.


 Intro:
| Gm -/f | Eø  Ebmaj7 | Ebmaj7 | C7sus2 |                    Gm      x x 5 3 3 3
                                                             Gm/f    x x 3 3 3 3
                                                             Eø      x x 2 3 3 3
                                                             Ebmaj7  x x 1 3 3 3
 Interlude:                                                  C7sus2  x 3 5 3 3 3
| Gm7 | Gm7  Am/G | Gm7 | Gm7 |
                                                             Gm7    3 x 3 3 3 x
                                                             Am/g   3 x 2 2 1 0

 1st Verse:                                                  Gm      3 x 5 3 3 3
| Gm | Gm/F | Eø | Ebmaj7 | % | % |                          Gm/F    x x 3 3 3 3
                                                             Eø      x x 2 3 3 3
| Gm | Cm | Dbo | D | D |                                    Ebmaj7  x x 1 3 3 3
                                                             Gm      3 5 5 3 3 3
                                                             Cm      x 3 5 5 4 3
| Ebmaj7 | Cm7 | Aø | D |                                    Dbo     x 4 5 3 5 3
                                                             D       x x 0 2 3 2
| Ebmaj7 | Eø | Bb/F | D/F# | D7/F# |
                                                             Ebmaj7  x 6 5 3 3 3
                                                             Cm7     x 3 5 3 4 3
                                                             Aø      x 0 5 5 4 3
 2nd Verse:                                                  D       x x 0 2 3 2
| Gm | Gm/F | Eø | Ebmaj7 |                                  Ebmaj7  x x 1 3 3 3
                                                             Eø      x x 2 3 3 3
| Gm | Cm | Dbo | D | D [break]|                             Bb/f    x x 3 3 3 1
                                                             D/f#    x x 4 2 3 2
| Gb+/a | % |                                                D7/f#   x x 4 5 3 2

                                                             Gb+/a   x 0 4 3 3 x

 Interlude

 3rd Verse: similar to 1st Verse

 4th Verse: similar to 2nd Verse, but end with only 1 bar of Gb+/a



 Interlude:
| Gm7 | Gm7  Am/g | Gm7 | C/D  D7b9 |                        C/D     x 5 5 5 5 x
                                                             D7b9    x 5 4 5 4 x

 Bridge:
| G | D/g | C/g | D/g |                                      G       3 5 5 4 3 3
                                                             D/g     3 x 4 2 3 2
| G | D/G | Am7 | D  D+ |                                    C/G     3 x 2 0 1 0
                                                             Am7     x 0 2 0 1 0
| G | Am7 | Bm7 | Em7 |                                      D       x x 0 2 3 2
                                                             D+      x x 0 3 3 2
| Eb7(b5) | % | D7(#5) | % |                                 Bm7     x 2 4 2 3 2
                                                             Em7     0 x 2 0 3 3
                                                         Eb7(b5) 11 x 11 12 10 x
                                                         D7(#5)  10 x 10 11 11 x
 5th Verse: similar to 4th Verse

 Interlude (reapeat till fade out)


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Jon Sebastian Frederiksen - 26th /December /10
Just mail me at Maitinin@gmail.com with questions, comments and corrections

            
            
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