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Hometown Waltz ukulele

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     ____________________
   /  Rufus Wainwright  /  I think this song is about how "travel out to find
  /  Hometown Waltz    /  your way home" is a waste of time as there's nothing
 /  Want Two          /  special to find out there. So eventually you'll end
/____________________/  back home with the frustration of that this greener
                       grass isn't to be found anywhere.

I've tried my best to arrange the chords so an acoustic guitar
is able to stand alone, but since they really aren't well-fit
for guitar, the last chords (Fmmaj7, G,b9...) are really difficult
making sound good. Remember to accentuate/intone the bass notes,
as they're very important for making it sound good.
                                                                  _E_A_D_G_B_E_
 Intro:                                                          | | | | | | | |
 3/4                                                           C | x 3 2 0 1 0 |
| C | G7/D | Em | F/C |                                          |             |
                                                            G7/d | x x 0 0 0 1 |
| F#dim6 | C/G | E7/G# | Am |                                    |             |
                                                              Em | x x 2 0 0 0 |
| C/G | C7/G | C Bb/D C/E | F |                                  |             |
                                                             F/c | x 3 3 2 1 1 |
| F#dim6 | C | G G/B |                                           |             |
                                                          F#dim6 | 2 3 4 x 4 x |
                                                                 |             |
| C | C | C | C |                                            C/g | 3 x 2 0 1 0 |
                                                                 |             |
                                                           E7/g# | 4 x 2 1 0 0 |
                                                                 |             |
 1st Verse:                                                   Am | x 0 2 2 1 0 |
(the chords in the verses are same as in the Intro)              |             |
                                                            C7/g | 3 x 2 3 1 0 |
      C            G7/D        Em    F/C                         |             |
  The drummers and jugglers in Montre-al                    Bb/d | x 5 3 3 3 x |
  F#dim6 C/G   E7/G#    Am                                       |             |
  Don't  even exist at all                                   C/e | x 7 5 5 5 x |
         C/G              C7/G            C   Bb/D C/E F         |             |
  So I'm tearing up these tarot cards and Ve-ne  -tian clowns    |             |
  F#dim6            C         G    G/B  C   C                    |             |
  Antique shops and alcoholic homo-sexu-als                   F  | 1 3 3 2 1 1 |
                                                                 |             |
                                                              G  | 3 x 0 0 0 3 |
                                                                 |             |
 2nd Verse:                                                  G/b | x 2 0 0 0 3 |
      C           G7/D      Em            F/C                    |             |
  You may ask why I want to torch my home town             Csus4 | x 3 3 0 1 1 |
  F#dim6      C/G        E7/G#       Am                          |             |
  Partly it’s bitterness and hopping around               A7sus4 | x 0 2 0 3 0 |
             C/G        C7/G  C      Bb/D C/E F                  |             |
  And ‘round again on Ontario street look-ing up             Am7 | x 0 2 0 1 0 |
  F#dim6     C            G       G/B    Csus4                   |             |
  Maybe I'll catch him on his way to the show            Gsus4/d | x x 0 5 3 1 |
                                                                 |             |
                                                              G7 | x x 5 4 6 3 |
 Interlude:                                                      |             |
| Csus4 | C | A7sus4 | Am7 |                              Fmmaj7 | x x 3 5 5 4 |
...show                                                          |             |
                                                            G,b9 | x x 5 4 6 4 |
| Gsus4/D | Gsus4/D | G7 |                                       |             |
                                                          G#maj7 | x x 6 5 4 3 |
 2/4            2/4      3/4                                     |             |
| Fmmaj7  G,B9 | G#maj7 | Fm/Bb  Fm  G/D |                 Fm/Bb | x x x 3 6 4 |
                                                                 |             |
                                                              Fm | x x 3 5 6 4 |
| C | C | C | G7 |                                               |             |
                                                             G/d | x x 0 0 0 3 |
                                                                 |             |
                                                              G7 | 3 2 0 0 0 1 |
 3rd Verse:                                                      |_|_|_|_|_|_|_|
      C          G7/D      Em           F/C
  You travel the world and find all the answers
  F#dim6     C/G      E7/G#      Am
  Ev'rything operates on the unattainable
      C/G                C7/G           C      Bb/D C/E F
  And then you hear your mother laugh attached to   the phone
  F#dim6             C                       G         G/B     C
  Could have walked around the block, ‘cause all roads lead to home



 Bridge:
  C    Am           Am               Gsus4/D
  Say,____ will you ever, ever, ever know?
  Gsus4/D          G   C     C  Am
  Ever, ever, ever fly away?_______
           Am               Gsus4/D
  Will you ever, ever, ever go?
  Gsus4/D          G7     Fmmaj7 G,B9 G#maj7 Fm/Bb Fm G/D  C    C
  Ever, ever, ever find a_________________________________-way?___


| C | C | Am | Am |
...home

| Gsus4/D | Gsus4/D | G |

| C | C | Am | Am |

| Gsus4/D | Gsus4/D | G7 |

 2/4            2/4      3/4
| Fmmaj7  G,B9 | G#maj7 | Fm/Bb  Fm  G/D |


| C | C |



 Outro:
| C | G7/D | Em | F/C |

| F#dim6 | C/G | E7/G# | Am |

| C/G | C7/G | C Bb/D C/E | F |

| F#dim6 | C | G G/B | ...and end on C


- 30th /January /08
Just mail me at Maitinin@gmail.com with questions, comments and corrections!

            
            
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