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The National Front Disco 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. #
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##
Date: Fri, 8 Dec 95 12:20:06 EST
From: Winston Campbell 
Subject: THE NATIONAL FRONT DISCO by Morrissey


The National Front Disco
        (Morrissey/Whyte)

The intro riff and chorus riff and that same darn riff that keeps appearing
is simply:

E ----------|----------||
B -7--6-7---|-7--6-7~--||
G --------6-|----------||
D ----------|----------||
A ----------|----------||
E ----------|----------||


Intro:  F#    B    C#    B

Eb5        Bb5     B5
David, the wind blows
    C#5
The wind blows
Eb5         Ab5    F#5
Bits of your life away
     Bb5
Your friends all say
B5            Cdim
"Where is our boy
  F#5      Ddim
Ahh, we've lost our boy"
Eb5                 Bb5/F
But they should know where you've gone
         F#                      Ab
Because again and again you've explained
                  F#       C#
That you're going to, woe ohhh...
      F#                    B
Going to, yeah, yeah, yeah-yeah
                C#
England for the English
                B
England for the English

Eb5        Bb5        B5
David, the winds blow
     C#5
The winds blow
Eb5      Ab5      F#5
All of my dreams away
    Bb5
And I still say
B5            Cdim
"Where is our boy
 C#5       Ddim
Ahh, we've lost our boy"
Eb5            Bb5/F
But I should know why you've gone
         F#                      Ab
Because again and again you've explained
                   F#                 C#
You've gone to the National, ahhh... ohhh...
       F#
To the National, there's a country
          B
You don't live there
                      C#
But one day you would like to
                                 B
And if you show them what you're made of
             F#        B     C#     B
Oh, then you might do

    Eb5       Bb5   B5
But David, we wonder
                 C#5     Eb5
We wonder if the thunder
   Ab5                 F#5
Is ever really gonna begin
Bb5       B5
Begin again
         Cdim   C#5  Ddim
Your mum says, "I've lost my boy"
Eb5            Bb5/F
But she should know
                         F#                      Ab
Why you've gone because again and again you've explained
                   F#
You've gone to the National, to the National
       C#             F#
To the National Front Disco
                                 B
Because you want the day to come sooner
                         C#
You want the day to come sooner
                         B
You want the day to come sooner when you settle the score
        Gb
Oh, the National...oh, the National
        B                  C#
Oh, the National...oh, the National
      B
Oh, the National

F#    B    C#    B
(play these chords until your hands fall off, then stop playing them)


Those weird chords (and I'm not too sure about them but they sound closer
than anything else) are:

       E A D G B E
       -----------
Cdim   x 3 4 5 x x
Ddim   x 5 6 7 x x
Bb5/F  1 1 3 3 x x

Actually, the Bb5/F chord is simply the Bb5 power chord but if you are
playing with a bass, the bass should play the F note.

And that's it.  Bye-bye...

            
            
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