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Thats All She Wrote ukulele

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That's All She Wrote:Ricky Nelson.
Flip side of For You #12 in 1963 on DECCA Records.

INTRO: D A (x2)

#1.
D          Bm      G                 A7
Hello, Mr. mailman thank you for the letter.. 
D            Bm        G   A7
it's from my baby far away.
D        Bm           G              A7
Wait Mr. mailman this couldn't be my letter.. 
D          Bm          G   A7
baby never writes this way.

#2.
    D            Bm       G               A7
She didn't say I love you or I'm thinking of you..
    D             Bm     G             A7
she didn't say sincerely or I miss you dearly.
D                         A7
At the end, was just, goodbye my friend.. 
D            A7             D      Bm G A7
just a note, that's all she wrote..

#3.
D#       Cm      G#          A#7
Look Mr. mailman look at the writing 
D#          Cm       G#   A#7
There could be no mistake
  D#          Cm        G#                   A#7
I just didn't think the hand that wrote such sweet things
D#            Cm         G#    A#7
Would make my poor heart break

#4.
    D#           Cm       G#              A#7
She didn't say I love you or I'm thinking of you..
    D#            Cm     G#            A#7
she didn't say sincerely or I miss you dearly.
D#                        A#7
At the end, was just, goodbye my friend.. 
D#           A#7            D#     Cm G# A#7 
just a note, that's all she wrote..

#5.
   E          C#m     A             B7
So please Mr. mailman take away the letter 
E           C#m     A  B7
It's just a sad memory
E      C#m         A           B7
No Mr. mailman the sooner I forget her 
E          C#m      A  B7
The better off I'll be

#6.
    E            C#m      A               B7
She didn't say I love you or I'm thinking of you..
    E             C#m    A             B7
she didn't say sincerely or I miss you dearly.
E                         B7
At the end, was just, goodbye my friend.. 
E            B7             E      C#m A  B7 
just a note, that's all she wrote..

OUTRO:
B7             E      B7             E
That's all she wrote..that's all she wrote..

....(A Ab B7 E)....


A fifties smash from Kraziekhat.

            
            
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