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Natasha Pierre And The Great Comet Of 1812 - Prologue ukulele

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When I went to look for Great Comet chords on here, I found pratically none so I decided to take matters into
my own hands! Here's Prologue. PS. this was written on a baritone ukulele!(which is tuned to the last four 
strings on a guitar so you can play it on those as well.) 

        Em
PIERRE: There’s a war going on
Out there somewhere
    Gbm7-5
And Andrey isn’t here
          Gbdim7
There’s a war going on
                        Em
Out there somewhere and Andrey isn’t here

     Em
ALL: There’s a war going on
Out there somewhere
    Gbm7-5
And Andrey isn’t here
          Gbdim7
There’s a war going on
                        Em
Out there somewhere and Andrey isn’t here

CONDUCTOR: ... Raz dva tri!

         Em
ALL: And this is all in your program you are at the opera
Gonna have to study up a little bit if you wanna keep with the plot
            Gbdim7
Cuz it’s a complicated Russian novel everyone’s got nine different names
   Bbdim7             G
So look it up in your program
     C                       G   C     G  C     G  C     B7
We’d appreciate it, thanks a lot da da da da da da da da daaaaaaaa

Em
Natasha!

         C          G         D7
NATASHA: Natasha is young she loves Andrey with all her heart

     D7
ALL: She loves Andrey with all her heart
Am         Em        B7           Em
Natasha is young and Andrey isn’t here

       C        G    D7
SONYA: Sonya is good Natasha’s cousin and closest friend

     D7
ALL: Natasha’s cousin and closest friend
Am       Em
Sonya is good,
Am         Em        B7           Em
Natasha is young and Andrey isn’t here

       B7                     C              G        D7
MARYA: Marya is old-school, a grande dame of Moscow Natasha’s godmother, strict yet kind

     D7
ALL: Natasha’s godmother, strict yet kind
Am       Em
Marya is old-school,
Am       Em
Sonya is good,
Am         Em        B7           Em
Natasha is young and Andrey isn’t here

     Em
ALL: And this is all in your program you are at the opera
Gonna have to study up a little bit if you wanna keep with the plot
            Gbdim7
Cuz it’s a complicated Russian novel everyone’s got nine different names
   Bbdim7             G
So look it up in your program
     C                       G   C     G  C     G  C     B7
We’d appreciate it, thanks a lot da da da da da da da da daaaaaaaa

Em
Anatole!

         C          G      D7
ANATOLE: Anatole is hot he spends his money on women and wine

     D7
ALL: He spends his money on women and wine
Am         Em
Anatole is hot,
Am       Em
Marya is old-school,
Am       Em
Sonya is good,
Am         Em        B7           Em
Natasha is young and Andrey isn’t here!

        C           G    D7
HÉLÈNE: Hélène is a slut Anatole’s sister, married to Pierre

     D7
ALL: Anatole’s sister, married to Pierre
Am          Em
Hélène is a slut,
Am         Em
Anatole is hot,
Am       Em
Marya is old-school,
Am       Em
Sonya is good,
Am         Em        B7           Em
Natasha is young and Andrey isn’t here!

          B7                      C       G         D7
DOLOKHOV: Dolokhov is fierce, but not too important Anatole’s friend, a crazy good shot

     D7
ALL: Anatole’s friend, a crazy good shot
Am          Em
Dolokhov is fierce,
Am          Em
Hélène is a slut,
Am         Em
Anatole is hot,
Am       Em
Marya is old-school,
Am       Em
Sonya is good,
Am         Em        B7           Em
Natasha is young and Andrey isn’t here!

B7
Chandliers and caviar, the war can't touch us here!

Em
Minor Characters!

           C                       G
BOLKONSKY: Old Prince Bolkonsky is crazy

          B7      Em
MARY: And Mary is plain

                 C               D7                 G
MARY & BOLKONSY: Andrey’s family ... totally messed up

              B7
BALAGA: And Balaga’s just for fun!
     B7
ALL: Balaga’s just for fun!

Am        Em
Balaga is fun.
Am           Em
Bolkonsky is crazy,
Am      Em
Mary is plain,
Am          Em
Dolokhov is fierce,
Am          Em
Hélène is a slut,
Am         Em
Anatole is hot,
Am       Em
Marya is old-school,
Am       Em
Sonya is good,
Am         Em        B7           Em
Natasha is young and Andrey isn’t here
    Am         Em7
And what about Pierre?
B7
Dear, bewildered and awkward Pierre?
Am         Em7
What about Pierre?
B7
Rich, unhappily married Pierre?
Am         Em7
What about Pierre?
Am         Em7
What about Pierre?
Am         B7
What about Pierre?

            
            
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randomlycarrot 10 Jul 15, 2017 02:35 PM

Missing "chandeliers and caviar, the war can't touch us here" chords before minor characters but overall very well done

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becamarks 50 Jul 15, 2017 06:05 PM

made the change, i didn't even realize thank you!

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nanettemend72 10 Aug 19, 2017 10:00 PM

thank you!!!

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