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Un Giudice chords

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About this tab version
This version is based on the original 1971 recording, It differs in lyrics, arpeggio, speed, intro and verse endings. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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Artist: Fabrizio De André
Song: Un giudice
Original 1971 version - https://youtu.be/7zHHoKM1JeQ

[Intro]
This part is whistled in the original song along the following chords

Am Dm E Am Dm Am E Am

Fading in: (whistling begins after 9th Am riff)

  Am                        
e|-------------------------|
B|-------0h1p0-------------|
G|----2--------------------| x11
D|-------------------------|
A|-0-----------------------|
E|-------------------------|
 
  Dm                        
e|-------------------------|
B|-------1h3p1-------------|
G|----2--------------------| x2
D|-------------------------|
A|-0-----------------------|
E|-------------------------|

  E                        
e|-------------------------|
B|-------0h1p0-------------|
G|----1--------------------| x2
D|-------------------------|
A|-0-----------------------|
E|-------------------------|

Now the riffs repeat in different order:

  Am                        
e|-------------------------|
B|-------0h1p0-------------|
G|----2--------------------| x2
D|-------------------------|
A|-0-----------------------|
E|-------------------------|

  Dm                        
e|-------------------------|
B|-------1h3p1-------------|
G|----2--------------------| x2
D|-------------------------|
A|-0-----------------------|
E|-------------------------|

  Am                        
e|-------------------------|
B|-------0h1p0-------------|
G|----2--------------------| x2
D|-------------------------|
A|-0-----------------------|
E|-------------------------|

  E                        
e|-------------------------|
B|-------0h1p0-------------|
G|----1--------------------| x2
D|-------------------------|
A|-0-----------------------|
E|-------------------------|

(Arpeggio begins simultaneously to the following)

  Am                         
e|-------------------------|
B|-------0h1p0-------------|
G|----2--------------------| x2
D|-------------------------|
A|-0-----------------------|
E|-------------------------|

[Verse]

For the rest of the song each chord has the same arpeggio pattern:

  Am                         
e|----0----0----0----0-----|
B|----1----1----1----1-----|
G|----2----2----2----2-----|
D|------2------------------|
A|-0---------0-------------|
E|----------------0--------|

  Dm                         
e|----1----1----1----1-----|
B|----3----3----3----3-----|
G|----2----2----2----2-----|
D|------0------------------|
A|-0---------0-------------|
E|----------------0--------|

  E                        
e|----0----0----0----0-----|
B|----0----0----0----0-----|
G|----1----1----1----1-----|
D|------2------------------|
A|-2---------2-------------|
E|----------------0--------|

  G7                        
e|----1----1----1----1-----|
B|----0----0----0----0-----|
G|----0----0----0----0-----|
D|------0------------------|
A|-2---------2-------------|
E|----------------3--------|

  C                        
e|----0----0----0----0-----|
B|----1----1----1----1-----|
G|----0----0----0----0-----|
D|------2------------------|
A|-3---------3-------------|
E|----------------0--------|

  F                       
e|----1----1----1----1-----|
B|----1----1----1----1-----|
G|----2----2----2----2-----|
D|------3------------------|
A|-3---------3-------------|
E|----------------1--------|


[Verse 1]


Am             Dm             E           Am
Cosa vuol dire avere un metro e mezzo di statura,
                Dm             G7         C
ve lo rivelan gli occhi e le battute della gente,
           Dm         E           F
o la curiosità d'una ragazza irriverente,
               Dm                 G7         C
che vi avvicina solo per un suo dubbio impertinente:
                  Dm             E                F
vuole scoprir se è vero quanto si dice intorno ai nani,
                  Dm            G7          C
che siano i più forniti della virtù meno apparente,
Dm             Am            E   
fra tutte le virtù la più indecente.


After one measure of E arpeggio end it like this:

  E                        
e|----0----0---------------|
B|----0----0---------------|
G|----1----1---------------|
D|------2------------------|
A|-2---------0-X-----------|
E|----------------0-X------|


[Verse 2]

Am                 Dm             E             Am
Passano gli anni, i mesi, e se li conti anche i minuti,
                  Dm           G7        C
è triste trovarsi adulti senza essere cresciuti,
               Dm              E            F
la maldicenza insiste, batte la lingua sul tamburo,
                  Dm           G7         C
fino a dire che un nano è una carogna di sicuro,
Dm                 Am              E              Am
perchè ha il cuore troppo, troppo vicino al buco del culo.


[Bridge]

Same as intro, but keep doing the arpeggio:

Am Dm E Am Dm Am E Am

On the last Am, instead of arpeggio, do this:

  Am                         
e|----0----0---------------|
B|----1----1 --------------|
G|----2----2---------------|
D|------2------------------|
A|-0---------0-X-----------|
E|----------------0-X------|


[Verse 3]

Am              Dm             E             Am
Fu nelle notti insonni vegliate al lume del rancore
               Dm          G7         C 
che preparai gli esami, diventai, procuratore,
                  Dm              E               F
per imboccar la strada che dalle panche d'una cattedrale
                 Dm               G7               C
porta alla sacrestia quindi alla cattedra di un tribunale:
Dm                 Am              E              Am
giudice finalmente, arbitro in terra del bene e del male.


[Verse 4]

Am              Dm             E             Am
E allora la mia statura non dispensò più buonumore
            Dm                G7            C
a chi alla sbarra in piedi mi diceva "Vostro Onore"
           Dm              E               F
e di affidarli al boia fu un piacere del tutto mio,
           Dm               G7         C
prima di genuflettermi nell'ora dell'addio,
Dm             Am          E         Am
non conoscendo affatto la statura di Dio.

[Outro]

After two measures of Am arpeggio do this:

  Am                         
e|----0----0---------------|
B|----1----1 --------------|
G|----2----2---------------|
D|------2------------------|
A|-0---------0-X-----------|
E|----------------0-X------|

            
            
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