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Saucy Sailor ukulele

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Saucy Sailor 
As performed by Steeleye Span 

6/8 Time (123 456)

Drop D  (DADGBE)  Capo @ III  (play in D, sounds in F)

Intro:

  D    Cadd9 /A      D    Cadd9 /A    
  ///   //    /      ///   //    /    

  D    Cadd9   Bm7    A  
  ///   ///    ///    ///

  D    Cadd9   Bm7  Bm7   A    A7 
  ///   ///    ///  ///   ///  ///  

  A   A    A    A   Dm  A    A   D   G   
  /// ///  /// ///  /// ///  /// /// ///

  A   A    A   A    Dm  A    A   D   G
  /// ///  /// ///  /// ///  /// /// /// 


Verses:
        A                A              A        A
Come me own one, come me fair one, come now unto me
          Dm           A                   A              D    G
Could you fancy a poor sailor lad, Who has just come from sea?

        A                    A                    A                     A
You are ragged love, you are dirty love, and your clothes smell much of tar
     Dm             A                A             D    G
So begone you saucy sailor lad, so begone you Jack Tar

        A                    A                  A                     A
If I am ragged love, and I'm dirty love, and me clothes smell much of tar
       Dm           A                A             D      G
I have silver in me pocket love, and gold in great store

         A                  A             A               A
And then when she heard him say so on her bended knee she fell
       Dm            A           A                    D     G
I will marry my dear Henry for I love a sailor lad so well

       A               A                    A               A
Do you think that I am foolish love, Do you think that I am mad?
       Dm              A                      A               D    G
For to wed with a poor country girl, Where no fortune's to be had

       A               A             A           A
I will cross the briny ocean, I will whistle and sing
          Dm                  A                A                         D     G
And since you have refused me offer love, some other girl shall wear the ring

     A                    A          A            A
I am frolicsome, and I am easy, good tempered and free
      Dm                  A                     A                D    D/C   D  D/C
And I don't give a single pin me boys, What the world thinks of me  


Solo:  || D  Cadd9  Bm7  A || repeat and fade


Saucy Sailor 
As performed by Steeleye Span 
Concert Pitch (original uses capo)

6/8 Time (123 456)

Intro:

F   Eb   F   Eb   F   Eb   Dm  C
/// ///  /// ///  /// ///  /// ///

F   Eb   Dm  Dm   C   C 
/// ///  /// ///  /// ///  

C   C    C   C    Fm  C   C    F   Bb
/// ///  /// ///  /// ///  /// /// ///

C   C    C   C    Fm  C    C   F   Bb
/// ///  /// ///  /// ///  /// /// /// 


Verses:
        C                C              C        C
Come me own one, come me fair one, Come now unto me
          Fm           C                   C              F    Bb
Could you fancy a poor sailor lad, Who has just come from sea?

        C                    C                    C                     C
You are ragged love, you are dirty love, and your clothes smell much of tar
     Fm             C                C             F    Bb
So begone you saucy sailor lad, so begone you Jack Tar

        C                    C                  C                     C
If I am ragged love, and I'm dirty love, and me clothes smell much of tar
       Fm           C                C             F      Bb
I have silver in me pocket love, and gold in great store

         C                  C             C               C
And then when she heard him say so on her bended knee she fell
       Fm            C           C                    F     Bb
I will marry my dear Henry for I love a sailor lad so well

       C               C                    C                C
Do you think that I am foolish love, Do you think that I am mad?
       Fm              C                      C               F    Bb
For to wed with a poor country girl, Where no fortune's to be had

       C               C             C           C
I will cross the briny ocean, I will whistle and sing
          Fm                  C                C                         F     Bb
And since you have refused me offer love, some other girl shall wear the ring

     C                    C          C            C
I am frolicsome, and I am easy, good tempered and free
      Fm                  C                     C                F    F/Eb  F  F/Eb
And I don't give a single pin me boys, What the world thinks of me


Solo:  || F Eb Dm C || repeat and fade

            
            
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