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Suedehead ukulele

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version 2

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  • I've done this in key of G - especially for ukulele, with abbreviated finish.
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[Intro]
  C5 Dm Bb F   C5 Dm Bb Dm   G Gsus4 G Gsus2

[Verse 1]
            F       F/C      G         F         F/C  
Why do you come here,  and  why do you hang around    
 Am  G  F    G  Am   G   F   G    F    G    F G
I'm so sorry,  I'm  so  so – oh – oh – oh - ohoh
 C5         Dm                   Bb                   F          
Why do you come here,  when you know it makes things hard for me?
          C5        Dm          Bb     F  G
When you know,   oh why do you come 

[Verse 2]
            F        F/C   G          F           F/C  
Why do you telephone, and why send me silly notes?      
 Am  G  F    G  Am   G   F   G    F    G    F G
I'm so sorry,  I'm  so  so – oh – oh – oh - ohoh
 C5         Dm                   Bb                   F          
Why do you come here,  when you know it makes things hard for me?
          C5        Dm          Bb     F  G
When you know,   oh why do you come 

[Bridge]
  Bb  Bb  F  Dm  Bb  Bb  F  F  G Gsus4 G Gsus2 

[Verse 3]
                    F                             F/C     
You had to sneak into my room,  just to read my diary
        G                       
It was just to see, just to see,  all the things you knew 
              F                F/C
I'd written about you,  oh so many illustrations
          Am  G       F      G  Am    G           F F
Oh, but, I'm so very sickened,  I am so sickened now 
          C5             Dm           Bb           F     
It was a good lay, good lay,  it was good lay,  uh-oh-oh 
C5  Dm  Bb   F      C5  Dm  Bb   F     C5
          uh-oh-oh,           uh-oh-oh  
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