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Oo De Lally chords

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Tabbed by: GuitarMan147   (Anyway... Back in sanity)
I was watching Robin Hood today and this was probably one of two great
songs on it. But yeah it was great so yeah i hope this tab is okay :)

Also, you can use the transpose tool to go to -3 and stick a capo on 3rd,
which makes the chords a lot easier if you're not into bar chords :) 
however, I prefer the sound of it just using all bar chords :)

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[Verse 1]
Bb
Robin Hood and Little John
D#                  Bb
Walkin' through the forest
Bb
Laughin' back and forth
            F               Bb
At what the other'ne has to say
Bb
Reminiscin', This-'n'-thattin'
D#            Bb
Havin' such a good time
Bb
Oo-de-lally, Oo-de-lally
F      Bb
Golly, what a day

[Bridge]
Bb
Never ever thinkin' there was danger in the water
          D#                                      
They were drinkin', they just guzzled it down
C7
Never dreamin' that a schemin' sherriff and his posse
      F                           
Was a-watchin' them an' gatherin' around

[Verse 2]
Bb
Robin Hood and Little John
D#                  Bb
Runnin' through the forest
Bb
Jumpin' fences, dodgin' trees
    F              Bb
An' tryin' to get away
Bb
Contemplatin' nothin'
      D#               Bb
But escape an' fin'lly makin' it
Bb
Oo-de-lally, Oo-de-lally
F             Bb
Golly, what a day
Bb
Oo-de-lally, Oo-de-lally
C#     C      Bb
Golly, what a day

            
            
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GuitarMan147 481 Feb 12, 2015 02:01 PM, edited on March 22 2015, 01:08 pm

Also, you you use the transpose tool to go to -3 and stick a capo on 3rd, which makes the chords a lot easier if you're not into bar chords :) however, I prefer the sound of it just using all bar chords :)

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GuitarMan147 481 Apr 15, 2015 08:18 AM

^Just added that bit into the description so more people see it :)

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geoffxmetal 105 Jun 29, 2015 11:47 AM

Actually it's transposed down half a step (-1) with a capo on the first fret. This is how Miller performs it on the recording

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