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What Deaner Was ukulele

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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: Tue, 03 Mar 1998 10:04:06 +0100
From: Christian Peters 
Subject: CRD:  (Song: what deaner was talking about)  (artist: ash) (Album: Single: a live less ordinary)

song:           what deaner was talking about
band:           ash
single:         a life less ordinary
transcribed by: Christian Peters (c.peters@tu-harburg.de) and Henrich
Roeper
submitted by:   Christian Peters

I transmitted this file a week ago, but it had not been added so far

ash - WHAT DEANER WAS TALKING ABOUT

(D:-0-3-0-) F                 G
The wash is out, it's hangin' up
          F              F
And all I had is nothin'
           F               G
Nothin' to do, nothin' to say
           F               F
I think I must be dreaming

              D                     F
The sun comes up and I'm all washed out
              D                  D
Is this what Deaner was talkin about?
              F                  G
And I don't think I will ever return
             F   (D:-3-2-0-)  F
I can't my friend

          F              G
If I was king I'd wear a ring
           F              F
I'd never hurt my people
           F                 G
I'd stay alert and dress to kill
               F                 F
I might even slip you something
              D                     F
The sun comes up and I'm all washed out
              D                   D
Is this what Deaner was talking about?
              F                  G
And I don't think I will ever return
             F   (D:-3-2-0-)  F
I can't my friend

                                 sl      sl
(solo) G: 0-2-4-2-4-------:0-2-4---7-------:5-4---5-4-------
(yes, its right, just one string!)

(F:-4-2-)     D                     F
The sun comes up and I'm all washed out
              D                   D
Is this what Deaner was talking about?
              F                  G
And I don't think I will ever return
             F   (D:-3-2-0-) F
I can't my friend
           F                  G
I do not think I will ever return
             F   (D:-3-2-0-)  F
I can't my friend
           F                  G
I do not think I will ever return
             F   (D:-3-2-0-)  F
I can't my friend


transcribed by Christian and Henrich in feb 1998

            
            
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