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Neapolitan Bridesmaid ukulele

by Tarkio
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                     Neapolitan Bridesmaid - Tarkio
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Tabbed by: Alex
Email: american_classic5@yahoo.com


Tuning: Standard


Intro: (I know this isn't right, but it's good enough for me.)
     F       F       F       F       F       F           F       
e|--3-3---0-0-0-0---3-3---0-0-0-0---3-3---0-0-0-0---3-3-3-3-3-3--|
B|--0-0---1-1-3-3---0-0---1-1-3-3---0-0---1-1-3-3---0-0-0-0-0-0--|
G|--0-0---0-0-0-0---0-0---0-0-0-0---0-0---0-0-0-0---0-0-0-0-0-0--|
D|--0-0---2-2-2-2---0-0---2-2-2-2---0-0---2-2-2-2---0-0-0-0-0-0--|
A|--2-2---3-3-3-3---2-2---3-3-3-3---2-2---3-3-3-3---2-2-2-2-2-2--|
E|--3-3-------------3-3-------------3-3-------------3-3-3-3-3-3--|
    G G   u G u G   G G   u G u G   G G   u G u G   G G u u G u

(strumming: d=down, u=up)

* for the C ^ just do a normal C chord, and use your pinky to hit the B string on the third fret.

Verse 1:
   F      G            F        G
Joshua smiled, said listen to reason, 
  F         G            Am           F       F  (leads into intro)
Don't blame me when the walls come tumbling down.

   F        G           F        G
So I was adrift on the sea of longing,
    F           G         Am          F    F   (leads into intro) 
awaiting the trumpets to raise your ivory gown.


Chorus:
       Am F   F    G    F 
And if on-ly time will tell,
         F
Then I can't stand waiting
            F                    Am
While the lights are changing on me.
 F             F    G    F
Tell it to my own free will.
      Em                      Am
If I lost this thorn from my side,
             G
I think I'd die.


(repeat intro)


Verse 2: (same as Verse 1 in terms of chords)
Albert Camus said, "living is anguish,
but don't dare let those bastards weigh you down."

And if this is so, then I see no reason 
for spending the evening doing anything but going downtown.


Chorus:
       Am F   F    G    F 
And if on-ly time will tell,
         F
Then I can't stand waiting
            F                    Am
While the lights are changing on me.
 F             F    G    F
Tell it to my own free will.
      Em                      Am
If I lost this thorn from my side,
             G
I'd probably I'd die,
             G
Most likely die,
            G
I think I'd die.


(repeat intro and end on G)


Enjoy! =)

            
            
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