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The Titanic ukulele

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The Titanic - Paddy Goes To Holyhead

Capo 1
        Am      G              Em          Am
On the 11th of April nineteenhundred and twelve
     Am           G         Em                 Am
The queen of the ocean had started her life
      C                 G              Em             Am
With thirteen hundred passangers she sailed out from Cork
     Am      G             Em         Am
Lead by 900 sailors on her way to New York


Chorus:
C       G  Em           Am
 Uh-uh-uh riddle of the century
C       G  Em                     Am
 Uh-uh-uh pride of the White-Star-Line
C       G      Em             Am
 Uh-uh-uh ye became a wet reliquary
C       G    C                     Am
 Uh-uh-uh a victim of the brine

        Am           G         Em           Am
On the forteenth of Aprli at eleven fourth pm
   Am                   G              Em               Am
An outlook guy named freedy fleet the alarmbell he did ring
          C             G              Em             Am
Captain Smith gave the order: "half steam ahead!" he cried
        Am             G                   Em          Am
As the steamer got a narrow shave from a giant in the night

(chorus)

     Am               G
The water filled the liner
             Em              Am
The death-struggle takes 3 hours
    Am           G               Em           Am
The operators working hard an emergency he morsed
      C                 G                 Em               Am
"Californian can't you hear me - is your wireless working there?"
        Am                G                      Em                Am
Wallace hartley and his rag-time-band played a tune called Derry Air

(chorus)

        Am           G             Em           Am
On the fifteenth of April nineteenhundred and twelve
     Am            G        Em                Am
The queen of the ocean had ended her life
C                    G                  Em             Am
Eighteen lifeboats were in store seven hundred for to save
     Am              G              Em                    Am
But fifteen hundret passangers rest in their icy grave 

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