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Thousand Faces ukulele

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From ieg@rz.uni-jena.de Sun May  4 09:42:27 1997
Date: Wed, 9 Apr 1997 16:20:23 +0200
From: Steffen Greiff 
To: guitar@olga.net
Subject: Thousand faces by Marillion

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Thousand faces by Marillion taken from the album This Strange Engine

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   Am    F           G     Am

        Am                F
I'm the man of a thousand faces,
         G              Am               Am F G Am
a little piece of me in every part I take.

          Am                  F
I hope to tape for a thousand graces,
            G                 Am             Am F G Am       
a different point of view  in every speech I make.

Am                F          G          Am
Cut me a piece of my devided soul.
Am             F               G        Am
Cry me a river, call it rock'n roll.

Am             F                 G       Am
Give me an attitude and watch me make it lie.
Am             F                G
Pass me a microphone, I need to testify.

       C                          F
Will I speak to machines with the voice of humanity,
C                          F
speak to the wise with the voice of insanity,
C                                               F
speak to the present in the past and the future tense,
I'll speak to a slave with the voice of obedience.

Steffen Greiff 09/04/1997

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