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Slainte Mhath 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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
From: Stefan 


		"Slainte Mhath" 

		 by Marillion

First, the piano:

	--#----------------------------------

	-------------------------------------		O = 1/4 note
							o = 1/8 note
	-----------------------O-------------		

	-------------------------------------		(4 times)
		O	 o		o  
	--------------o--------------o-------

		  ---      ---   ---      ---
		   o        o     o        o


Then, some chords:

	[D] [C]	  [Am] [G]	(4 times)


Now, a guitar:

	e ----------------------------
	b -4-3-4---------4-3-4------6-
	g --------3-5-3---------3-5---	(repeat this forever and ever)
	d ----------------------------
	a ----------------------------
	e ----------------------------
chords:	  [F]            [Eb]

Time for some singing:

	A [F] hand held over a [Eb] candle in angst fuelled bra[F]vado [Eb]
	A [F] carbon trail [Eb] scores a moist stretched [F] palm [Eb]

	(etc.)

	And you [C] listen with a [F] tear in [Bb] your eye
	to their [C] hopes and be[F]trayels and your [Bb] only reply
	is Slainte mhath.

The guitar-riff starts again, with the same chords:

	[F] Princes in exile [Eb] raising the standard Dram[F]buie [Eb]
	Pa[F]rading their anecdotes [Eb] tired from old cam[F]paigns [Eb]

	(etc.)

	Take it a[Ab]way
	Take it a[Bb]way
	Take it a[Csus4]way
	Take it a[Bbsus4]way, take it away
	Take it a[Csus7]way, take it away
	Take me a[C]way! [Bb] [F]
	[C] [Bb] [F]

	From the [C] dream on a the barbed wire 
		at Flanders and [Bb] Bilston [F] Glen
	From a [C] Clydeside that rusts
		from the tears of its [Bb] broken [F] men

	(etc.)

And that's all folks!


Stefan (pronounced: Stay-fun) Frank
slfrank@cs.vu.nl
Vrije Universiteit
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

(With thanks to Mark van 't Zet for the tab-notation) 	


            
            
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