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Good Day To Die ukulele

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Good Day to Die - Sunhouse

Nb although I've marked in some sus4s the final Es of most lines should be played partly 
as Esus4, and likewise the final As and F#ms where relevant.

A C#m E Esus4 E x2

           A          C#m   E
You lit a lung bleeder,
               A      C#m   E
Blew out your nose,
              A                C#m          E
You looked across the park and into the city,
             A       C#m   E
To Calvary Road.

               A     C#m   E
Well you look naked,
               A     C#m   E
You rose up to rise,
                 A                  C#m           E
Who would have thought you were the poet of some junky congregation?
D  E                  A
        Down on the flip side.
   D          E                F#m
Alone in the darkness you were warm,
   D          E                 F#m
Alone in the womb then you were born,
   D       E                 F#m
Child prodigy, obsessed with death,
       D                        Esus4   Esus4   E   E
Now mutter this underneath your breath:
  D             E         F#m
     Come and take me on high
       D         E         F#m
For today is a good day to die
 D             E         F#m
    Come and take me on high,
       D       Esus4 E
For today is a good day to die.


A C#m E Esus4 E x2

              A    C#m   E
You were connected,
                        A   C#m   E
To the users from the fall,
       A            C#m              E
Your father died of cancer fifteen years ago,
         A         C#m            E
At the time, you didn't care at all.

                A         C#m   E
Because your catchphrase,
              A    C#m   E
Rise up and rise,
                 A                  C#m           E
Who would have thought you were the poet of some junky congregation?
D    E                    A
            Down on the flip side.
   D          E                 F#m
Alone in the darkness you were warm,
   D          E                 F#m
Alone in the womb then you were born,
   D       E                  F#m
Child prodigy, obsessed with death,
       D                        Esus4   Esus4   E   E
Now mutter this underneath your breath:
D                 E          F#m
  Lord, come and take me on high
       D         E          F#m
For today is a good day to die
 D            E         F#m
    Come and take me on high,
       D         E         F#m
For today is a good day to die.
       D       Esus4 E
For today is a good day to die.


A C#m E Esus4 E x2

D A F#m x2

D Esus4 E A


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