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Little Black Sandals ukulele

by Sia
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"Little Black Sandals" by Sia

Am                 F        
I'm being dragged down	 
C
down by the hand		
      Am               F     C
The hand of a golden giant man		
     Am            F
He's crushing my knuckles	
C
Splitting my skin
    Am              F    
he says he will let go
             C
If only I'd ask it of him
        Am F         C
He says	Girl, it's your call
           Am  F            C               
You wanna fly	You wanna fall
          Am              F 
So I shout...I wanna get away from you
     C
As fast as I can	
    Am              F
I tell my feet to move it
    C
I hope they have a plan


CHORUS:
      Am              F         C
These little black sandals are walking me away
      Am              F         C
These little black sandals are heading the right way
      Am              F         C
These little black sandals are walking me away
      Am              F     C
These little black sandals saved my life today

So now I'm free....free	
From the big bad giant	
Who was stalking me
Thank you feet, for guiding me	
I'm glad somehow I got brains down there, at least

CHORUS

Sometimes I'm tempted
Sometimes I am	
I would be lying if I said I didn't miss that giant man
Oh... He was the line between pleasure and pain
But me and the feet have some years to reclaim

CHORUS


the chords are all the same for the next two verses...just Em, C, and G.  
If I'm finger picking it, it sounds nice to walk down the G (from the E
string on the third fret) to a F#, then F as you go back into the Em.
Another thing that sounds nice is to play a C9 
instead of D regular F (x32030)
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