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Requiem ukulele

by M. Ward
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Requiem
M. Ward

Transcribed by John McKeon

(Drop D tuning)

C: 004232
C7: 000212
Dadd6: 000202
F: x55433
G: x02220 (x77655)
F#dim: x5643x (xx643x)


Intro: C 

C    
Well he stormed with his feet
C
He clapped with his hands
C                      F           C
He summoned all of his joy when he laughed
C                                  G
It suffered all of his joy when he cried.
C                              C7
And sometimes when he got into talkin'
             F             F#dim  
Man he could rattle on and on
         C         G          C
He was a good man and now hes gone.
C
In war he was a tiger
C
When it was over, like a dove.
C                      F               C
He summoned all of his strength in the climb.
C				                                     G
It suffered all of his strength in the fall.
C			                           C7
Sometimes when he got into fighting
         F				                           F#dim
Man he could fight with you all day long.
         C		             G	         C
He was a good man, and now he's gone.


C                     F      C
He put his trust in a higher power
C                        F    G
He held his power like a holy grail.
C                      F            C
He summoned all of his faith in the lifting
C                      F            G
It suffered all of his faith in the fail.
              C				                         C7                               
His heart was stronger than a heavy metal bullet
	           F	                 F#dim  
That's why I dedicate this song;
         C		           G	          C
He was a good man and now he's gone.


(Solo) (C  F  C  F  G  C  F  C  F  G)
	               C			                         C7
His heart was stronger than a heavy metal bullet
	           F		                F#dim
That's why I dedicate this song.

C  G  Dadd6

            
            
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