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Lullaby Of London ukulele

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***Lullaby Of London - by Shane MacGowan
from the album "If I Should Fall From Grace With God"

{I fingerpick this, with my thumb on the bass string (either E or A),
index finger on the D string, and ring finger on the G string.  I play it
straight quarter notes: thumb, index, ring, index, etc.}

e|=3=1=0=======0====3=1=0=======0=====0=3=8=7=5===5=7=8====3=1=0=======0====
B|=======3=1=3===1========3=1=3===1=============8=======6========3=1=3===1==
G|==========================================================================
D|==========================================================================
A|==========================================================================
E|==========================================================================

Lullaby Of London - as perfomed by The Pogues

  [C] [C] [F] [G]
  [C] [C] [F] [G]
  [C] [C] [F] [G]
  [C] [C] [G] [G]

  [C] [C] [C] [C]

As [C] I walked [F] down by the [C] river[F]side
One [C] evening [F] in the [C] spring, [C]
Heard a [C] long gone [F] song from [C] days gone [F] by
Blown [C] in on the [F] great North [C] wind. [C]
Though there [F] is no lonesome [C] corncrake's cry
Of [Am] sorrow and de[F]light,
You can [C] hear the [F] cars and the [C] shouts from [F] bars
And the [C] laughter [F] and the [C] fights. [C]

May the [F] ghosts that howled round the [C] house at night
Never [Am] keep you from your [F] sleep.
May they [C] all sleep [F] tight down in [C] hell to[F]night
Or [C] wherever [F] they may [C] be. [C]

  [F] [G]
  [C] [C] [F] [G]
  [C] [C] [F] [G]
  [C] [C] [G] [G]

  [C] [C] [F] [G]
  [C] [C] [F] [G]
  [C] [C] [F] [G]
  [C] [C] [G] [G]

As [C] I walked [F] on with a [C] heavy [F] heart
Then a [C] stone danced [F] on the [C] tide, [C]
And the [C] song went [F] on though the [C] lights were [F] gone
And the [C] North wind [F] gently [C] sighed, [C]
And an [F] evening breeze coming [C] from the East
That [Am] kissed the river[F]side.
So I [C] pray now [F] child that you [C] sleep to[F]night
When you [C] hear this [F] lulla[C]by. [C]

May the [F] wind that blows from [C] haunted graves
Never [Am] bring you miser[F]y.
May the [C] angels [F] bright watch [C] you to[F]night
And [C] keep you [F] while you [C] sleep. [C]

  [F] [G]
  [C] [C] [F] [G]
  [C] [C] [F] [G]
  [C] [C] [G] [G]

  [C] [C] [F] [G]
  [C] [C] [F] [G]
  [C] [C] [F] [G]
  [C] [C] [G] [G]

  [C] [C] [F] [G]
  [C] [C] [F] [G]
  [C] [C] [F] [G]
  [C] [C] [G] [G] [C]
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