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Yeats Grave 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. #
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Date: Tue, 30 Jan 96 10:44:38 EET
From: Baris Seker 
Subject: 'yeats grave' the cranberries

         Yeats grave by The Cranberries


  I suppose the intro sounds much better with this tab layout and
easy to play with a capo.

Capo 3

2x
                                    (last two: first turn only)
    Dm        C6        Am      
E------0---------0------------------0----------------------------------------
B---1-----1---0-----0------0-------------------------------------------------
G------2---------0------0-----0--0-----0-------------------------------------
D---2-----2---0-----0------2--------2----------------------------------------
A-----------------------2-----2--2-----2-------------------------------------
E----------------------------------------------------------------------------


 ... and chords of the song is as follows

         
C6 320000


Dm          C6            Am
Silenced by death in the grave
Dm  C6              Am
W B Yeats couldn't save
Dm          C6
Why did you stand here
C6        Am
Were you sickened in time
Am            Dm
But I know by now
Dm          C6
Why did you sit here?
Am     Dm    C6
In the grave
C6       Am     
In the GRaVE

W. B. Yeats "Second"

Why should I blame her,
there she filled my days
With misery or that she would of late
Have taught to ignor can't man violent ways
Or harled the little streets upon the grenout
Had they but courage
Equal to desire

Sad there Mand Gonne couldn't stay
But she had MacBride anyway
and you sit here with me
on the isle In istree

and your writing down everything
But I know by now
Why did you sit here
In the grave...

Why should I blAme her,
Had they but courage equal to desire

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  This is also a wonderful song from The Cranberries
  How can she write so well?
                                                Baris Seker
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