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                Gravity – Alison Krauss
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Tabbed by: maguri


Alison Krauss & Union Station
Gravity (2004)
(Robert Lee Castleman)

From: "Lonely Runs Both Ways"

Hello ukulele players! I originally submitted this as a guitar tab 
but UG automatically added my submission to their ukulele tabs. 
I now edited it a little and hope it works for ukulele, too. 
But I'm not sure whether the chords I suggest make sense for the ukulele. 
If you have any suggestions to make as to how to improve this tab, 
don't hesitate to send a message. Enjoy!


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This was meant to be played on guitar with a capo on the second fret. 
If you want to play this in the original key, use the transpose button: -2 

INTRO (see above)

A(sus2)  D6              E(sus4)
  I left home when I was seventeen
A(sus2)       D6               E(sus4)
  I just grew tired of fallin' down
F#m(11)             D6  
 And I'm sure I was told
F#m(11)         D6  
The lure of the road
         E(sus4)
Would be all I found

A(sus2)       D6             E(sus4)
  And all the answers that I started with 
A(sus2)      D6               E(sus4)
  Turned out questions in the end
F#m(11)            D6  
  So years roll on by
F#m(11)             D6  
  And just like the sky
         E(sus4)             LINK (see above)
The road never ends

F#m(11)             E(sus4) D6  
 And the people who love me   still ask me
F#m(11)        E(sus4) D6  
  When are you coming  back to town
A(sus2)       B(m)7/11
 And I answer   quite frankly
A(sus2)/C#                D6  
  When they stop building roads
A(sus2)               E(sus4)    A(sus2)
 And all God needs is gravity to hold me down


SOLO
| A(sus2) | D6 | E(sus4) | % |
| A(sus2) | D6 | E(sus4) | % |
| F#m(11) | D6 | F#m(11) | % |
| E(sus4) | % |
| A(sus2) | D6 | E(sus4) | % |
| A(sus2) | D6 | E(sus4) | % |
| F#m(11) | D6 | F#m(11) | % |
| E(sus4) | % | LINK (see above)


F#m(11)             E(sus4) D6  
 And the people who love me   still ask me
F#m(11)        E(sus4) D6  
  When are you coming  back to town
A(sus2)       B(m)7/11
 And I answer   quite frankly
A(sus2)/C#                D6  
  When they stop building roads
A(sus2)                   E(sus4)  F#m(11)        E(sus4)
  And there ain't no more highways to be found

A(sus2)       B(m)7/11
 And I answer   quite frankly
A(sus2)/C#                D6  
  When they stop building roads
A(sus2)               E(sus4)    A(sus2)
 And all God needs is gravity to hold me down


OUTRO
| A(sus2) | B(m)7/11 | A(sus2)/C# | D6 |
| A(sus2) | E(sus4) | A(sus2) | A(sus2)

            
            
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