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Barefoot In Baltimore 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.#
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------#
                        "Barefoot in Baltimore"
                  (Mark Weitz - Ed King - Lee Freeman)

Intro:

	(electric piano w/bass and congas)

	F#maj7            G#m9      /C#
	  / / / /  / / / /  / / / /  / / / /
	Gmaj9              Am9      /D
	  / / / /  / / / /  / / / /  / / / /  / / / /

Chorus 1:

	Am7/D       Cm7
	Barefoot in Baltimore
	Abmaj7/Bb        Abm9
	Heel and toe with you

	Gmaj9  Am9/D Am7/D  Gmaj9  Am9/D Am7/D
	  /   /   /   /       /   /   /   /

Verse 1:

	F#maj9          G#m9/C# G#m7/C#   [continue]
	Summer turns the stove on
	And fun begins to cook
	Barefoot walks in Baltimore
	With empty pocketbook

	Laugh at sizzling sidewalks
	Don't step on the cracks
	Old folks try to catch their breath
	As children catch their jacks

Chorus 2:

	G#m7/C#       Bm7
	  Barefoot in Baltimore
	Gmaj7/A           Gm9
	Heel and toe with you

	F#maj9   G#m9/C# G#m7/C# F#maj9   G#m9/C# G#m7/C#
	   /    /    /    /         /    /    /    /

Verse 2:

	Gmaj9      Am9/D Am7/D   [continue]
	Baltimore is music
	Dancing in the street
	Half-chewed Dubble Bubble
	Tugging at our feet

	Melted tar in crosswalks
	Crab shells in the park
	Pavement frying our poor toes
	Until long after dark

[repeat chorus]

Bridge:

	      Em7                  Cm7
	When night comes we can go walking
	       Gmaj9                A13
	On the shores of Chesapeake Bay
	  Am9                   D9
	A silence tailored for talking
	      G#6                G#m7/C#
	And a love with so much to say

[repeat intro]

[repeat chorus 1]

Coda [repeat to fade]:

	(vibes solo)

	Gmaj9  Am9/D Am7/D  Gmaj9  Am9/D Am7/D
	  /   /   /   /       /   /   /   /


-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers

            
            
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