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Dayton Ohio 1903 ukulele

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...DAYTON OHIO - 1903... by Randy Newman
------------------------................

*from 'Sail Away' (1972)*


*CAPO 2nd FRET*

(Original Key: A)


Intro:

Gmaj7

Verse 1:

G                Gmaj7
 Sing a song, of long ago,
                 G6                G7
When things were green, and movin' slow.
A                             A7                 Am7        D7
 And people'd stop to say hel-lo, or they'd say "hi" to you.

Chorus 1:

           G            C        G
"Would you like to come over for tea,
A7                   D7
 With the missus and me?"
       G                G7                C        Cm
It's a real nice way to spend the day, in Dayton O-hio,
     G    D/F#   Em    D        C        C/B D
On a lazy Sunday after-noon, in nineteen O'  three.

Verse 2:

G                Gmaj7
 Sing a song, of long ago,
                  G6                    G7
When things could grow, and days flowed quietly.
A                                 A7
 The air was clean, and you could see,
               Am7         D7
And folks were nice to you.

Chorus 2:

           G            C        G
"Would you like to come over for tea,
A7                   D7
 With the missus and me?"
       G                G7                C        Cm
It's a real nice way to spend the day, in Dayton O-hio,
     G    D/F#   Em    D        C         C/B        D   G     C, G
On a lazy Sunday after-noon, in nineteen, hundred... and three.


CHORD DIAGRAMS:
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   G      Gmaj7    G6      G7      A       A7      Am7     D7

 EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE
 320003  3x443x  322000  323000  x02220  x02223  x02013  xx0212

   G7      C       Cm     D/F#     Em      D       C/B

 EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE
 323000  x32010  x35543  2x0232  022000  xx0232  x20010


Tabbed by Joel from cLuMsY, Bristol, England, 2003 (clumsyband@hotmail.com)

            
            
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