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Cucurucu chords

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
I have no idea if this is actually correct, but it's accurate and easy enough to play.

Go crazy with some funky variations.


[Verse]

C#m7 (slow strum)
Softly, in the dusk, a woman is singing to me;
Bm7(slow strum)
She takes me back down the vista of my years, until I see
C#m7    (slow strum)               Bm7 (softly)
I see a child underneath the piano, in the boom of the tingling strings
A7 (softly)
Pressing the poised feet of his mother who smiles at him as she sings.
Bm7, C#m7, B, A (strumstrum)
Cucurucu, cucurucu

D, Bm, F#m, A
Mmmmmmm


[Verse]

Bm
Softly now in the evening dusk, a woman is singing to me;
F#m                             E
She takes me back down the vista of my years, until I see
D                               Bm
A boy, a child underneath the piano, in the boom of the tingling strings
F#m                                     E
Pressing the poised feet of his mother who smiles at him as she sings
D               Bm
Yearning to belong, yearning to belong
F#m                             E
My heart beats with a ceaseless longing of a yearning to belong
D                       Bm
In spite of myself, and all of these nursery songs
F#m                                     E
My heart beats with a ceaseless longing of a yearning to belong


[Chorus]

D       Bm
Cucurucu, cucurucu
F#m             E
Singing cucurucu, cucurucu

Bm, A, E, G#m7
Mmmmmmm


[Verse]

Bm              A              E      C#7
Till the melodies of childish days, are upon, upon me
                Bm              A
And they take me back, back down the river
        E                       C#7
They keep leading me on, they lead me to the sea
   Bm                     A
And all of my manhood is cast
E                               C#7
Down in the flood of remembrance, and I weep like a child for the past.


[Chorus]

D               Bm
Singing cucurucu, cucurucu
F#m             E
Singing cucurucu, cucurucu

D, Bm, F#m, A
Mmmmmmm


[Verse]

D                                       Bm
I see a child underneath the piano, in the boom of the tingling strings
F#m                                     A
Pressing the poised feet of his mother who smiles at him as she sings.
D                       Bm
Listen to me son, I'll tell you why your father's strong
F#m                             E
Cause he can still say every single day, he's yearning to belong
D               Bm
Yearning to belong, yearning to belong
F#m                                     E
My heart beats with a ceaseless longing of a yearning to belong
D                               Bm
In spite of myself, and all of these nursery songs
F#m                                             E
My heart beats with a ceaseless, meets with a peaceless burning to belong


[Chorus]

D               Bm
Singing cucurucu, cucurucu
F#m     E
Singing cucurucu
D               Bm
Singing cucurucu, cucurucu
F#m     E      E      E      E      E
Cucurucu

            
            
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windjunky 119 May 21, 2014 11:42 AM

I enjoy playing along using these chords. Thanks for posting mate.

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tracks4ever 10 Jul 06, 2014 05:15 AM

constructive comment Steve! Maybe not totally correct, but fun to play and NOT wrong.

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steelties 10 Dec 11, 2014 05:08 AM

Thanks Sammy,
If you really want to play it like it is, I just found the best tutorial yet:
http://youtu.be/4hWVAjQUQIA
The chords are quiet different than above
Cheers

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