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Youve Been Flirting Again ukulele

by Björk
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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.#
#-----------------------------------------------------------------------------#


Date: Wed, 29 Apr 1998 22:13:05 EDT
From: Kidd Homer 
Subject: b/bjork/youve_been_flirting_again.crd

Artist:Bjork
Song:  You've Been Flirting Again
Album: Post

  Hey Queen B fans this is Robby Fulton. Any questions, comments, etc., or if
 you know any chords to other Bjork
songs please feel free to mail me at KiddHomer@aol.com.


Bb           C        Bb      C
All that she said was true
Bb           C        Bb      C
All that she said was true
              Bb        C
Give her some time
              Bb        C
Give her some space
Bb           C        Bb      C
All that she said was true


Gm           Am        Gm     Am
All that she meant was good
Gm           Am        Gm     Am
All that she meant was good
              Gm      Am
Give her some time
              Gm      Am
Give her some space
Gm           Am        Gm     Am
All that she meant was good


Dm      Em          Dm       Em
How you reacted was right
Dm      Em          Dm       Em
How you reacted was right
              Gm      Am
Give her some time
              Gm      Am
Give her some space
Dm       Em         Bb      C     D
How you reacted was right


I play the first verse right around middle C, at a mezzo forte.  The second a
 little lighter and an octave higher.
The last verse I bring back to the middle and play fortissimo. Feel free to
 comment.  KiddHomer@aol.com

            
            
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