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Lines You Amend ukulele

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE--------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the#
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research.#
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------#

From: stewarts@mindspring.com (Dale Cooper)
Subject: s/sloan/the_lines_you_amend.crd
Date: Sun, 01 Mar 1998 19:29:28 GMT


THE LINES YOU AMEND

intro: C

B|---/6--8--------8--------8-------8------------|
E|-------------12------12-----10-----12--8------|

C
You said you found a way to end it peacefully
    C7
I remember finding shoes near the lake under a tree
             F
And I'm sittin' on the shore, I thought I
                               C
Saw your charm go by
   Am
It doesn't matter now cos all you
                              C
Wanted to do was die

   G                       C         Bb
If only you stuck arou-hound
  G                                   C     Bb
I never would've made a sound.
       G                                     C                    Bb
But now you're on the Ocean floor and I've opened a
C        G     Am
Brand new door
   C        G     Am
A brand new door

Swimming out to sea, trying to find something else
While I'm skipping stones and I'm listening to the shells
And I won't forget you if someone else comes along

   Am
I found the words you wrote
         C                          Dm
But I would not dare to quote
      C              Dm           C
My friend, the lines you amend
                         G                              C
Like "what's so bad about dying anyways?".

INTRO

Swimming out to sea, trying to find something else
While I'm skipping stones and I'm listening to the shells
And I won't forget you if someone else comes along
          Am
You'll always come to mind
                                   C
Whenever I hear that song.

        G                       C      Bb
The one about photographs
G                      C      Bb
Sung by Ringo Starr
    G                               C                        Bb
Especially in the chorus part you always said,
          C      G    Am
Now, don't you start
C       G     Am
Don't you start yeah yeah!
C       G    Am
Don't you start
C       G    Am
Don't you start

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another song by Henry and Arthur Stewart 

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"Success as a result of industry is a peasant ideal." -Wallace
Stevens.

Angelo Badalamenti and David Lynch, Charles Bukowski, the
Beatles,Dylan Thomas, Kurt Vonnegut,
 at http://www.mindspring.com/~stewarts/index.htm

            
            
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