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See The Sun ukulele

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Dido - See The Sun
Album: Life For Rent ('2003)
Track: #11/11


           D7                   G
I'm coming round to open up the blinds

          D7                     G
you can't hide here any longer

           D7                        G
my god you need to rinse those puffy eyes

          D7                     G
you can't lie still any longer   

D7                                     G
  and yes they'll ask you where you've been

D7                              D
  and you'll have to tell them, again and again


        Em              G             C                C
and you probably don't want to hear tomorrow's another day

      Am                 Am                  D           D
but I promise you you'll see the sun again

           Em            G               C           C
and you're asking me why pain's the only way to happiness

       Am                 Am                D           D
and I promise you you'll see the sun again


D7                G
  come on take my hand

             D7                      G
 we're going for a walk, I know you can

D7                       G
  you can wear anything, as long as it's not black

             D7                              G
please don't mourn forever, she's not coming back

D7                G
  and yes they'll ask you where you've been

D7                             D
  and you'll have to tell them, again and again


        Em              G             C                C
and you probably don't want to hear tomorrow's another day

      Am                 Am                  D           D
but I promise you you'll see the sun again

           Em            G               C           C
and you're asking me why pain's the only way to happiness

       Am                 Am                D           D
and I promise you you'll see the sun again

       Am                 Am                D           D
I promise you you'll see the sun again

 
D7                      G                                    D7
do you remember telling me you'd found the sweetest thing of all

                             G
you said one day of this was worth dying for

      D7                       G
so be thankful you knew her at all

D7               D
but it's no more



        Em              G             C                C
and you probably don't want to hear tomorrow's another day

      Am                 Am                  D           D
but I promise you you'll see the sun again

           Em            G               C           C
and you're asking me why pain's the only way to happiness

       Am                 Am                D           D
and I promise you you'll see the sun again

       Am                 Am                D           D
I promise you you'll see the sun again


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Jon Pebble - 20th October 2003

Apologies if I've not got the lyrics properly aligned with the chords!

Note: during the 1st two verses, a riff is actually played instead of the chords,
on the lines of the following:

   D7               G
e |----------------|----------------|
B |----1-------3-1-|0---3-0---0-3-1-|
G |2-----2---2-----|--0-------------|
D |--0-------------|----------------|

The intro is similar but subtly different!

            
            
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