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Autumn Leaves ukulele

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The Jazz-Classic written by Joseph Kosma.

The Chords are the way Fred Sokolow teaches the song on youtube (very helpful).

The Lyrics are the way Bing Lyle from Brighton/England sang the song in 1986 at 
Bären-Pub in Balingen/Germany. Bing also was the singer in the early 80s in a Band 
called "The Happy Cats" who played this song in several Pubs in Germany and 
England. It was a real-good-time!!

Em          Am7    D           Gmaj7   Cmaj7
The falling leaves drift by my window 

             Bm7b5  B7         Em
Those autumn leaves of red and gold 

Em      Am7      D            Gmaj7    Cmaj7
I still remember, your summer kisses         

                Bm7b5 B7        Em
Those sunburned hands I used to hold 

               B7                 Em     
Since you went away the days grow long 

              Am   D           Gmaj7   Cmaj7
And soon I´ll hear old winters song 

      Bm7b5            B7     Em        Am*
But I miss you most of all my darling 

           Bm7b5  B7              Em
When those autumn leaves start to fall

* Fred Sokolow plays D7 but I prefer Dm.

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