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Stephanie Knows Who 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: Sat, 28 Mar 1998 19:09:45 -0500
From: Dann Butterfield 
Subject: l/love/stephanie_knows_who.crd

Stephanie Knows Who
(Arthur Lee)

>From Da Capo, 1967

You should listen to the song to figure
out how to play the bridge.

(brisk tempo, 3/4)

D / / A / / G / / (x2)
E / / G / / F# / / F / / (x2)

Verse 1:

D              A          G
What's in your life, dear Stephanie?
D              A        G
What's in your life for me?
E         G          F#         F
Aches and pains they cloud your sight
     E     G        F#       F
What Tigra did, you said you did

(repeat intro)

What can I say, dear Stephanie?
Who should I next inform
Of love and poetry that you bring
Your eyes, your hair, your everything, yeah!

Bridge:  ('_' = quarter note rest,
          the 'Yeah!' and 'Uhhh!' are also rests)

(Yeah!) F F | G _ A | A _ A | A F F | D G _ | A A _ | A A _
 Uhhh!  F F | G _ A | A _ A | A F F | D G _ | A A _ | A A _

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, come on, come on, come on, come on...

Middle: (5/4)
Am / / Bm Em | Am / / Em G  (x11)

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, come on, come on, come on, come on...

Verse 3:
What am I now, dear Stephanie?
Am I you in disguise?
The words they come so naturally
I say them all for Stephanie, yeah

(repeat bridge)

D / / A / / G / / (repeat to fade)

submitted by Dann Butterfield
transcribed by Shawn Trotter
comments/corrections to drumbo@geocities.com

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