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Let The Mermaids Flirt With Me ukulele

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Let The Mermaids Flirt With Me

Also known as The Mermaid Flirt With Me or, in Polish, in interpretation and 
translation by Marek Szurawski, sung himself with accompaniment and second voice 
by John Townley - Syrena Niech Porwie Mnie. 
You propably can find this song in polish chorded by me somewhere in the net.
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First verse:

C        G      C       F               C
Blues all on the ocean, blues all in the air;
F                  C          D                G
Can't stay here no longer, I have no steamship fare.
        C        G         C             F               C
When my earthly trials are over, cast my body out in the sea; 
F                C                    G                  C
Save on the undertaker bill - let the mermaids flirt with me!


Second verse:

  C       G          C               F                 C
I do not work for pleasure; earthly peace I'll see no more;
     F             C                 D                     G
The only reason I work at all is to drive the wolf from my door.
        C        G         C             F               C
When my earthly trials are over, cast my body out in the sea;
F                C                    G                  C
Save on the undertaker bill - let the mermaids flirt with me!


Third verse:

   C       G           C               F                C
My wife controls our happy home; my sweetheart I cannot find.
    F                C                D                      G
The only thing I can call my own is a troubled and a worried mind.
        C        G         C             F               C
When my earthly trials are over, cast my body out in the sea;
F                C                    G                  C
Save on the undertaker bill - let the mermaids flirt with me!


Fourth verse:

C         G       C      F                   C
Blues all in my body; my darlin' has forsaken me.
     F            C                   D                G
If I ever see her face again, have to travel 'cross the sea.
        C        G         C             F               C
When my earthly trials are over, cast my body out in the sea;
F                C                    G                  C
Save on the undertaker bill - let the mermaids flirt with me!


Fifth verse, the same as first:

C        G      C       F               C
Blues all on the ocean, blues all in the air;
F                  C          D                G
Can't stay here no longer, I have no steamship fare.
        C        G         C             F               C
When my earthly trials are over, cast my body out in the sea; 
F                C                    G                  C
Save on the undertaker bill - let the mermaids flirt with me!
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Hope that I helped You a bit, but if something is wrong, mail me: tanbris @ mail . ru

Thanks, have a nice playin' (:

            
            
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