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Scarecrow ukulele

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JuneTabor.co.uk

Haunting, sinister, heartfelt. A lesson in understatement.

Standard tuning capo 2

Chords
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C       132200
Gmaj7   x32000
Bm(2)   x07550
Bm      x02210
Bm      075000

Introduction
============

Gmaj7   C   Bm(2)   Bm   C   
Gmaj7   C   Bm(2)  Bm   C

Verse 1
=======

Gmaj7                        C
As I walked out one summer's morn
      Bm(2)               Bm        C
Saw a scarecrow tied to a pole in a field of corn
    Gmaj7                           C
His coat was black and his head was bare
         Bm(2)              Bm                     C
When the wind shook him the crows took up into the air


Refrain 1
=========

Bm             D      /C#      Bm
Ah, would you lay me down and love me
Bm            D      /C#      Bm             C
Ah, would you lay me down and love me if you could
Gmaj7                                     C
But you're only a bag of rags in an over-all
         Bm(2)              Bm                     C
That the wind sways and the crows fly away and the corn grows tall


Verse 2
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Gmaj7                         C
As I walked out on a winter's day
       Bm(2)            Bm               C
Saw an old man hanging from a pole in a field of clay
    Gmaj7                           C
His coat was gone and his head hung low
         Bm(2)         Bm                    C
Till the wind flung it up to look, wrung his neck and let it go


Refrain 2
=========

Bm             D      /C#      Bm
How could you lay me down and love me
Bm            D      /C#      Bm      C
How could you lay me down and love me now
Gmaj7                                     C
For you're only a bag of bones in an overall
         Bm(2)              Bm                       C
That the wind blows and the kids throw stones at the thing on the pole


Verse 3
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Gmaj7                           C
As I walked out one fine spring day
    Bm(2)                          Bm                      C
Saw twelve jolly guards sticked out in the blue and the gold so gay
   Gmaj7                           C
Onto a stake they tied a child new-born
         Bm(2)                   Bm                       C
Then the bells were rung and the songs were sung and they sold their corn


Refrain 3
=========

Bm           D      /C#      Bm
Now you can lay me down and love me
Bm          D      /C#      Bm             C
Now you can lay me down and love me if you will
Gmaj7                                     C
But you're only a bag of rags in an over-all
        Bm(2)             Bm                   C
But the wind blew and the sun shone to and the corn grew tall


= inst =

Gmaj7   C   Bm(2)   Bm   C
Gmaj7   C   Bm(2)   Bm   C
Bm   D   /C#   Bm
Bm   D   /C#   Bm   C
Gmaj7   C   Bm(2)   Bm   C



End
===

Gmaj7                        C
As I walked out one summer's morn
      Bm(2)                  Bm                 C
Saw a scarecrow tied to a pole in a field of corn


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I hope I've done it justice!

Kevin O'Brien
Watford
England
October 2011

watfordkev@gmail.com




            
            
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