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Dr Livingstone I Presume Chords

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G         
Dr. Livingstone, I presume
          G              
Stepping out of the jungle gloom,
 C          A     G
Into the mid-day sun.
      G       
What did you find there?
          G
Did you stand awhile and stare?
          C    A 
Did you meet anyone?
     C         
"I've seen butterflies galore,
     C 
I've seen people big and small,
 C      A                               D
I've still not found what I'm looking for..."
CHORUS:
   B          A          B
We're all looking for someone,
   B          A          B
We're all looking for someone,
   B          A          B
We're all looking for someone.

Captain Scott you were so bold,
Now you're looking rather cold,
Out there in the snow.
What did you find there?
Did you stand awhile and stare?
Did you meet anyone?
I've seen Polar bears and seals,
I've seen giant Antarctic eels,
I've still not found what I'm looking for.
(REPEAT CHORUS)

Columbus where are you bound?
So, you think the world is round?
Sail off in the blue...
What did you find there?
Did you stand awhile and stare?
Did you meet anyone?
There where Indians by the score,
In many places that I saw,
I've still not found what i'm looking for.
(REPEAT CHORUS)
-Repeat same chord patterns on all verses and chorususes. Enjoy
By Griffin Taylor
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guitarmistres wrote on October 29 2015, 01:55 pm

I don't even know where to begin with how wrong it is. Don't know what else to say. Sorry. :-(

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