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Where Is My Wild Rose ukulele

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                             WHERE IS MY WILD ROSE - Robin Pecknold
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Tabbed by: bengtaaron

This is a beautiful solo cover by Robin Pecknold, lead singer of Fleet Foxes 
(http://www.fleetfoxes.com), of a song by New Zealand folk artist Chris Thompson --you can listen 
to the original here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVa54gQ5It4

You can download this and Robin Pecknold's free EP "Three Songs" here: 
http://thisbonustrack.com/2011/03/10/robin-pecknold-three-song-ep/


The finger style is very basic travis picking.


Tuning: Standard (Capo 4)

Chords used (all chords relative to capo):

F - 133211
C - x32010
G - 355433
Am - x02210 / x02215 (listen for this voicing)


Intro: F (x4)

  F       C      F        C
Where is my wild rose
 F        C     G
Where is my flower
 F        C      F       C
Where is my wild rose
F                G                 Am
Where are you wandering now


Ramble you in Connemara
Across that misty moor
And does your heart beat loudly
By Killarney's stony shore

And do you bloom in Dublin
I've enquired in Stephen's Green
I've searched through Londonderry
Twixt the Orange and the Green

And as busy as they were
They sloped arms for a while
To muse on you with rich sweet brogue
Red remembered with a smile

They said you passed as a ghost
Walks through the hazel wood
Or Aengus searching for his love
Walks through the hazel wood

Where is my wild rose
Where is my flower
Where is my wild rose
Where are you wandering now

            
            
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