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Cover Me In Moss ukulele

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Mark Minelli – Cover me in Moss

(Verse)
		F				F		F
Well that James Dean he was a looker, and a rebel with no cause
	G				F	    F
I bet I'd look good in leather In a convertable car
		F				      F		F
Now I'm streaming down the Highway puffing on a cigarett
	G				                    F	    G
but some things just don't add up when you check the arithmetic


	F				   F		F
Well Hemmingway he's a Legend with the paper and the pen
	G				F	    F
I bet I could tell some stories with taht kind of lonelyness
	F				   F	F
Now I'm sitting on a barstool in some far foreign town
	G				F	           G
but some thngs just don't feel right when I put my money down



(Chorus)

     F
Oh i don't wanna be a rolling stone
	G
I want a nice warm bed to call my own
	     F
I want to hang my hat kick off my shoes
      F		    G	    F
and come home night to you

	F
Well I don't want to ride some lonesome line
	G
I want a woman in that bed I can call just mine
	    F
I want to lay my head and rest my bones
     F			G	   F
no I don't want to be a Rollin stone



(verse – same as other verses)
		F				F		F
Well Mick he's a magician when you get him on the stage
	G				F	    F
I bet if I had darker sunglasses, I could move that way
		F				F		F
Now I got myself a microphone and some pattent leather boots
	G				F	    F
but some things just don't seem right when you take a closer look


 (chorous)
     F
Oh i don't wanna be a rolling stone
	G
I want a nice warm bed to call my own
	     F
I want to hang my hat kick off my shoes
      F		    G	    F
and come home night to you

	F
Well I don't want to ride some lonesome line
	G
I want a woman in that bed I can lie beside
	    F
I want to lay my head and rest my bones
     F			G	   F
no I don't want to be a Rollin stone


     F
Oh i don't wanna be a rolling stone
	G
I want a nice warm bed to call my own
	     F
I want to hang my hat kick off my shoes
      F		    G	    F
and  wake up every day to you

	F
Well I don't want to ride some lonesome line
	G
I want a woman in that bed I can call just mine
	    F
I want tclose my eyes and rest my bones
     F			G	   F
no I don't want to be a Rollin stone

            
            
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