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Just A Story From America ukulele

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Just a Story From America - Elliott Murphy
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Intro: 
C - G - Am - F (barred chords) or
C - Em - Am - F (open chords)


Lead (with harmonist pedal (+octave)):
e)---8-7--7---------9------8-7--7---------|
B)--8---8---10--8-10------8---8---10--8-10|
G)-9---------------------9----------------|
D)----------------------------------------|
A)----------------------------------------|
E)----------------------------------------|


Verse:
C       Em         Am   F
Just a story from America
C           Em          Am       F 
He left his job and he looked at her
C         Em          Am       F
I've had enough he put down his cup
C         Em             Am     F 
And every time she would fill it up


Chorus:
          C
When she'd say
G               Am       F
Get up when they put you down
   C        G
But like a boxer
      Am       F
You just spin around
   C       G         Am     F 
Your kind of guy is so very few
    C       F             Am       F
Don't ever let them get the best of you


Verse:
    C        G           Am         F
And so he's working like a dog each day
    C          G               Am      F
And every week there'd be more overtime pay
    C           G          Am       F
And pretty soon he's got a Cadillac car
     C           G           Am      F
And on the weekends he would drive so far


Bridge:
Am        F
And they don't slow down
G                Am
America's such a speedy town
Am           F
Hot clothes high society
G
He said it never get the best of me


Verse:
    C            Em           Am          F
And then he met a girl with hair like the sun
     C          Em           Am
With social status she was number one
    C          Em           Am
He left it all and he left downtown
   C           Em           Am
A little voice follows him around


Chorus:
        C
And it'd say
G               Am       F
Get up when they put you down
   C        G
And like a boxer
      Am       F
You just spin around
   C       G         Am     F 
Your kind of guy was so very few
     C          F             Am       F
I thought they'd never get the best of you


End:
C    G     Am     F
Just a story of America
C    G      Am      F
Just a story fro in America
C    G    Am     F
Just a story of America
C    G     Am      F
Just a story from America

            
            
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