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Have One On Me ukulele

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HAVE ONE ON ME

CHORDS USED:
Gmaj7: 3x0032
Bm: x24432
A/F#m: x04220
F#m: 244222
C#m7: x46454
A: x02220
Dmaj7: xx0222
F#/D: 200232
Em: 022000
D7: xx0212
Daug7: xx312
D: xx0232
C: x32010
Bb: x13331
F: 133211
Am: x02210
B7: x21202

Gmaj7                         /A
From the courtyard, I floated in
     Bm
and watched it go down.
A/F#m
Heard the cup drop;
thought, "Well,
                F#m
that's why they keep them around."
     C#m7                  /B
The blackguard sat hard, down,
        A
with no head on him now,
    Dmaj7
and I felt so bad,
        Gmaj7
cause I didn't know how
    F#/D    Em
to feel bad enough
             D (Dmaj7, D7, Daug7)
to make him proud.

Gmaj7
By the time you read this,
             Bm
I will be so far away.
A/F#m           
Daddy longlegs, how in the world
           F#m
am I to be expected to stay?
C#m7 
In the night—
           B         A
in the night, you may hear me call
Dmaj7
Pa, stay your hand
Gmaj7
and steel your resolve.
F#/D           Em
Stay where you are,
            D
so long and tall.

D7 / Daug7

D               C       
Here's Lola--ta da!--to do
     Bb           F                
her famous Spider Dance for you!
G               A
Lighten up your pockets!
F                    Eb
Shake her skirts and scatter, there,
  Bb                    Gm
a shrieking, six-legged millionaire
       C
with a blight in his sockets.

D
Miss Montez,
    C             Bb
the Countess of Lansfeld,
F               G       A
appealed to the King of Bavaria,
         F
saying, "Pretty papa,
        Eb
if you are my friend—
       Bb                       Gm
mister daddy longlegs, they are at it again!—
       C
Can I see ya?"

D             C            
Poor Lola! A tarantula mounting
Bb
Countess Lansfeld's 


F	      G
handsome brassiere,
                A
while they all cheer.
         F                 Eb
And the old king fell from grace,
             Bb
while Lola fled,
        Gm           C
To save face and her career

Am           Em    B7      C
You caught a fly, floating by,
D               F
Wait for him to drown in the dust;
E7          			   C
drown in the dust of other flies,
Am                     Em
whereby the machine is run,
B7              C
and the deed is done.
D              F
Heaven has no word
            E7            
for the way you and your friends
     C                  D
have treated poor Louis.
C         Bb        F          D  A   (D, A)
May god save your poor soul, Lo-la!
      G      F     Eb        Bb
(But there is nothing I adore,
Cm              G       F     C
apart from that whore's black heart.)

      D                      C
Well, doesn't that just beat all!
Miss Gilbert,
Bb              F
called to Castlemaine
              G                    A
by the silver dollar and the gold glitter!
      F        
Well, I've seen lots,
    Eb          Bb
but never, in a million years,
       Gm               C
would think to see you, here.
            D
Though the long road
           C
begins and ends with you,
          Bb            F
I cannot seem to make amends
    G      A
with you, Louis.
     F
When we go out,
        Eb           Bb      Gm
they're bound to see you with me.

   D                     C
At night, I walk in the park,
with a whip,
             Bb
between the lines
                  F
of the whispering Jesuits,
        G             A
who are poisoning you against me.
          F      
There's a big black spider
         Eb
hanging over my door.
         Bb           Gm
Can't go anywhere, anymore.
          C
Tell me, are you with me?

   D                     C
I called to you, several times,
          Bb
while the change took place
     F                 G
and then arrived, all night, 
      A
and I died.
    F        
But all these songs,
     Eb                  Bb
when you and I are long gone,
           Gm
will carry on.
            C
Mud in your eye.



Am           Em
You asked my hand,
B7       C
hired a band.
 D			F
"In your heart is all that you need;
E                C
ask and you will receive," it is said.
  B/C         Am
I threw my bouquet,
                  Em
and I knocked 'em dead.
          B7               C
Bottle of white, bottle of red.
D              F
Helpless as a child,
              E
when you held me in your arms,
        C
and I knew that no other
               B/C        Am
could ever love me as you loved.
               Em
Love me as you loved,
    B7           C
But help me! I'm leaving!
D            F
I remember everything,
E                        C
down to the sound of you shaving--
the scrape of your razor,
    B/C   Am
the dully-abrading black hair
      Em
that remained
        B7           C
when you clutched at me,
 D                 F                   
that night I came upstairs, half-dead,
E
and, in your kindness,
        C
you put me straightaway

in the cupboard,
       B/C       Am
with a bottle of champagne,
                      Em
and then, later, on a train.

       B7               C
It was dark out, I was half-dead.
D			   F
I saw a star fall into the sky,
       E
like a chunk of thrown coal,
      C
as if god himself spat
                B/C
like a cornered rat.
      Am                         Em
I really want you to do this for me,
         B7            C
will you have one on me?
D                  F
It was dark; I was drunk and half-dead,
E
and we slept, knocking heads,
        C
sitting up in the star-smoking air,
          B/C         Am      
knocking heads like buoys.
                   Em
Don't you worry for me!
          B7          C
Will you have one on me!
D					F
Meanwhile, I will raise my own glass
E
to how you made me fast
     C
and expendable,
                         B/C        Am
and I will drink to your excellent health,
          Em
and your cruelty.
          B7         C
Will you have one on me?
 D              F
--helpless as a child,
              E   
when you held me in your arms,
       C
and I knew that no other
                B    D    A    B
could ever love me--

Oooh oooh ooh part : (B, D, A, B)


Gmaj7                         A
From the courtyard, I floated in
     Bm
and watched it go down.
A/F#m
Heard the cup drop;
thought, "Well,
                F#m
that's why they keep them around."
     C#m7                  B
The blackguard sat hard, down,
        A
with no head on him now,
    Dmaj7
and I felt so bad,
        Gmaj7
cause I didn't know how
    F#/D    Em
to feel bad enough
             D 
to make him proud.

      D7                  D
Well daddy longlegs, are you?
D7                  D
Daddy longlegs, are you?
D7                      Gmaj7
Daddy longlegs, are you proud? 

F#/D, Em  
D

            
            
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