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Anne Boleyn ukulele

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From: Barrie McCombs 
Subject: k/kingston_trio/anne_boleyn.num

ANNE BOLEYN   Time: 4/4   Tenor: C   Bass: C


   6m              *               *        *
Oh in the Tower of London large as life
    3                *                   6m       *
The ghost of Anne Bo-leyn walks, they de-clare
    6m              *                 *       *
For Anne Boleyn was once King Henry's wife
   3m             *              6m      *
Un-til he had the axeman bob her hair
   3                2m                  6m       *
Oh yes, he done her wrong, long years a-go
    2m                  *                 3        *
And she comes back each night to tell him so ..(CH)


CHORUS:

         6m   *      *              *
With her head tucked underneath her arm
    6m    *             *       *
She walks___ the bloody tower
         2m   *      6m             *
With her head tucked underneath her arm
       77  *     3     *
At the mid-night hour

      6m                 *            3               6m
She's going to find King Henry, she's giving him what-for
    6m                    *            3                      6m
Gad-zooks, she's going to tell him off for having spilled her gore
    3                2m              6m             2m
And just in case the axeman wants to give her an en-core
              3           *              6m       *
She's got her head tucked underneath her arm
  6m              *             3                   6m
A-long the drafty corridors for miles and miles she goes
    6m                *                      3                  6m
She sometimes catches cold, poor thing, it's cold there when it blows
         3               2m                     6m              2m
And it's awfully awkward for the queen when she has to blow her nose ..(CH)

---> PAGE TWO

ANNE BOLEYN (PAGE TW0)


BRIDGE (CHORDS SAME AS INTRO):

    6m                 *              *        *
Now sometimes old King Henry throws a spread
    3                *                 6m       *
For all his pals and gals, the ghostly crew
    6m                *                   *       *
The axeman carves the joints and cuts the bread
     3m               *                  6m      *
When in walks Anne Bo-leyn to spoil the "do       "   (OR: "queer")
    3                 2m              6m       *
She holds her head up with a wild war whoop
    2m                 *              3        *
And Henry cries, Don't drop it in the soup


    3                  *             6m            *
One day she found King Henry, he was in the castle bar
             6m               *                 3      6m
Are you Jane Seymour, Anne Bo-leyn or Katherine Parr
    3                 2m              6m                2m
Now how the Hell (Sam Jerry?) am I to know just who you are
             3           *               6m       *
You got your head tucked underneath your arm

              3           *              6m       *
The sentries think that it's a football that she carries in
    6m                 *                  3             6m
And when they see her, they all shout, Is Army going to win
         3               2m                    6m               2m
For they think that it's Red Grange instead of poor old Anne Bo-leyn ..(CH)


NOTES:

SYMBOLS:
- Asterisk (*) =  new measure, play same chord
- Period (.)   =  1/8 note rest at start of a measure
- Underline(_) =  sustain note into next measure

CHORDS (Number System):
- Example:     1    2    3    4    5    6    7
- Key of C:    C    D    E    F    G    A    B
- Detailed description: /pub/guitar/other_stuff/numbering_system.txt

- Submitted by:  Barrie McCombs (bmccombs@acs.ucalgary.ca)

            
            
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