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Transport Is Arranged ukulele

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Here’s a simpler way to play this great song.  With the capo I find it 
easy to approximate the picking just by guessing.  But if you want
the actual semi random picking patterns see the guitar pro file.

One tiny flaw in capoing this is that the D chord (actually F#) should 
be played below the 4th fret to sound exactly like the album.
So to give it a lower sound I throw the bass A in there.  The other 
weird chords are below too. I tried my best with the chord names,
but I’m no music professor.  Let me know if you have any corrections.


Everything relative to capo 4

riff
--------------------------0---|
--------------------------2---|
--------------------------2---|
--------------2-----------2---|
-0-----0--2-4---4-2-0-2-4-0---|
---0-2------------------------|

Voicings
A=X02220  A+=X02221  D6=XX0202 A4=X02230 Asus2=X02200 D=X00232

A             A+            D6
   You better find your way out
                        A
You better learn how to run
           A   A4 A 
You better walk a-way
              A Asus2        A
And leave the angles for the shills
                  A+           D6
   Well I've been thinkin' for days
                        A
About the means and the ways
             A    A4  A
That I could hate all I touch
        A    Asus2
I know you're my lady

    Bm               
But I could trickle, I could flood
  D                 
A voice coach taught me to sing
                        A
He couldn't teach me to love
        F#
All the above
E
Easy talkin', border blockin'
D                        riff then A
Transport is arranged

A             A+        D6
   Praise the grammar police
                    A
Set me up with your niece
        A A4 A
Walk to Baltimore
                Asus2         A
And keep the language off the street
               A+      D6
   Well I'm of several minds
                     A
I am the worst of my kind
             A  A4   A
I wanna cremate the crutch
       A      Asus2
I know you're my lady
    Bm
But phone calls could corrupt the mornin'
  D
I heed the surgeon's warnin'
           A
Pillars of eights

A  
A A G# G 
F#  
F# A G# G 
F#
F# D repeat throughout the jam

A A+ D6   A  A4 A   A Asus2  (same as verse)

A             A+     D6
   I swung my fiery sword
                        A
I vent my spleen at the Lord
         A     A4  A
He is abstract and bored
           A    Asus2    
Too much a milk and honey
     Bm
Well I'll waltz
                            D
Through the wilderness with nothin'
                    A
But a compass and a canteen
            F#
Settin' the scenes
E
Easy talkin', border blockin'
D                        riff then A
Transport is arranged

            
            
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