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The Bards Tale - Tale Of The Nuckelavee ukulele

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Hello there.
I loved the song so I attempted to tab it. There are some mistakes I guees, mostly in 
chorus so if you have any idea, suggest a correction plz.
Originally it's played 1 step down, but you can play it in the standard tuning too.

Intro:

      D
I'll tattle a tale that is terribly true.
       C                    Am
Stated out as a rumor, but suddenly grew.
      D
And it deals with a man, and a horse, and a ring.
    C                    Am            G
So settle on in and our song we shall sing.


Pre-verse:

G (x3) F
D (x4)

Verse1:

   D
It happened one day in a ring by a farm
 C                   Am
Some that tragically brought us much harm
D
How could a place abundant with charm
   C                        Am           D
Create such a beast with a spear for an arm.


   D
On death and destruction is what you will get
          C                          Am
When he's coming for you and in your kilt you will wet.
         D
And he's big and he's strong and its quite plain to see.
      C                      Am    D
That this is the Tale of the Nuckelavee.


Chorus:

A
Nuckelavee! Oh Nuckelavee
       Em      G        Em    G
You're big and evil and heinous
A
Who could it be who set you free?
   Em     G          Em  D
He really must be an anus.


Verse2:

   D
Oh Nuckelavee it's easy to see
    C                   Am
the terror you leave is raining on me.
    D
The village is burned and the taverns are missed
        C                        Am     D
and the beer is all gone and the elders are pissed.


    D
And if they ever should find the fool
      C               Am
We'll hang him upside down by his tool
     D
And spin him around until he gets sick
C             C                  D
Ooh! Aah! Oh, that should do the trick.


Chorus:

A
Nuckelavee! Oh Nuckelavee
    Em         G        Em   G
The terror you offer is high class
A
Who could it be who set you free?
    Em    G         Em  G
He really must be a dumbass.


A
Nuckelavee! Oh Nuckelavee
    Em         G          Em   G
The horror you furnish is widespread
A
Who could it be who set you free?
   Em     G          Em D
He really must be an ox-head.


Solo:

G (x2) F (x2)
G (x2) F (x1) G (x1)
A (x2) G/D (x2)


Verse3:

    D
Now everyone knows no blood should spill
       C                  Am
In the sacred ring by the farm on the hill.
       D
And if this ever happens the Death you should fear
      C                           Am              D
He'll kick in your nuts and he'll serve them with beer.


   D
So one final thought before I depart,
    C                     Am
And this my friends comes straight from the heart.
     D
We'd all be fine if not for that bell
         C                         Am        D
And that horse killing wanker that opened up hell.


Chorus:

A
Nuckelavee! Oh Nuckelavee
   Em     G      Em   G
We cannot win we must admit
A
Who could it be who set you free?
   G      Em        G   Em
He really must be a dimwit.

A
Nuckelavee! Oh Nuckelavee
       Em      G        Em   G
You're big and evil and heinous
A
Who could it be who set you free?
Em        G          Em  D
He really must be an anus

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