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Song For Ukulele Chords

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This is the fourth track off Matt Corby's new EP "Song For...", however I worked out 
chords from a live version. It's the first time that I have worked out chords to a song, so 
not certain that it is 100% correct, so if you have any corrections let me know :)

Matt's official myspace is: http://www.myspace.com/mattcorbyau

Song For…

G^   G chord moved up a string, minus the third finger
* progression
note: when playing D, add pinkie finger to the 6th string, 3rd fret,
to 1 & ½ beats into the bar.

Intro
C /    G /    Dm /    A /   *             >HARMONICA<
C/     G/     Dm/     A/ x2               >HARMONICA<
C/     G/

Dm                A
A million prayers,
*C
went up to heaven,
              G       Dm
they went for nothing.
               A
A million pleas,
*C
came back down,
                 G
they said stop asking.

Dm            C^        C
So much blood on my hands x2

Dm               A
The angels cried,
*C
“You can do nothing”
           G          Dm
Our hearts have sunken.
                        A
Cause the focus of our dreams
       *C
Was fraudulent yet weary
                   G
That the Lord’s wrath who’d come

Dm      C^               C
So much blood on my hands x5

Am /  G^ /    G /       >HARMONICA<
Am /  G^ /    G /       >HARMONICA<

Dm      C^               C
So much blood on my hands x3 (End on G, let it ring out)
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