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A Mighty Wind - Fare Away chords

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...FARE AWAY... by The Main Street Singers
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*from 'A Mighty Wind Original Soundtrack' (2003)*


Intro:

G, C  C/B  D, G

Verse 1:

G                    C        G
 Sun breaks over the sprits'l yard,
C            C/B        A7       D
 Jib sheet's haulin' to lee-ward hard.
G                      C       G
 Crosstree's hummin' a mornin' hymn,
C        C/B        D       G     D          G
 I'm the cabin boy; call me Jim. (His name's Jim).

Chorus 1:

G (n.C)
 Fare away, fare away, under main topsail,
       C      C/B        D    C/G   G
To the fur-be-low of the wily wha...le.

Verse 2:

G                       C       G
 Captain's stalking the quarter-deck,
C          C/B         A7         D
 Tells the tail of his first ship-wreck.
G                C       G
 Castaway with a case of rum,
C           C/B          D     G
 Hoped that rescue would never come, (never come).

Chorus 2:

G
 Fare away, fare away, under main topsail,
       C      C/B        D    G
To the fur-be-low of the wily whale.
       C      C/B        D
To the fur-be-low of the wi-ly, wi-ly...

Interlude: (Penny Whistle)

G, C  G, C  C/B  A7  D,
G, C  G, C  C/B, C  C/B  Am  Em  D/F#  G,
C  C/B  Am  E

(Faster):

C  A7, D  G

Verse 3:

G                    C        G
 First mate Adam's a hardened man,
C         C/B         A7     D
 Says the captain's a charla-tan.
G                       C       G
 Don't know tackle from futtock plates,
      C       C/B      D         G
He'll sail us into the Pear...ly Gates.

Chorus 3:

G (n.C)
 Fare away, fare away, under main topsail,
       C      C/B        D    C/G   G
To the fur-be-low of the wily wha...le.

Verse 4:

G                     C     G
 I been sailin' these seven seas,
      C        C/B       A7        D
Since I's nigh high to a mermaid's knees.
G                    C     G
 Come next April I'm sixty-three,
  C        C/B       C          C/B
I can't ad-vance! (I like short pants!)
Am           Em           D/F# G
 Safe in the cabin on the open sea.
C            C/B          D    G
 Safe in the cabin on the open sea.

Chorus 4:

G (n.C)
 Fare away, fare away, under main topsail,
       C      C/B            C      C/B
To the fur-be-low of, to the fur-be-low of.
       C      C/B        D           C/G   G
To the fur-be-low of the wily, wi-ly wha...le.


CHORD DIAGRAMS:
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   G       C       C/B     D       A7

 EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE
 320003  x32010  x20010  xx0232  x02223

   C/G     Am      Em     D/F#     E

 EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE  EADGBE
 332010  x02210  022000  2x0232  022100


Tabbed by Joel from cLuMsY, Bristol, England, 2005 (clumsyband@hotmail.com)

            
            
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