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New Madrid 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: Wed, 30 Aug 95 11:01:07 -0400
From: Bill Filler 
Subject: CRD: New Madrid by Uncle Tupelo

New Madrid
by Uncle Tupelo
from the album Anodyne

transcribed by Bill Filler 

Intro:  A  Bm


Verse
	  A       D             A
	All my daydreams are disasters
          A       D             A
	She's the one, I think I love
          A     F#m           D
	Rivers burn, men run backwards
                A            D
	And for her, that's enough

          A       D              A
	They all come from New York City
          A       D          A
	They woke me up at dawn
         A    F#m             D
	She walked with me to the fountain
              A             D
	She held onto my arm


Chorus
         A
	C'mon do what you did
         D            Bm
	Roll me under New Madrid
         D                                 E
	Shake my baby and please bring her back
         A
	His death won't even be still
         D               Bm
	Carum's over the landfill
         D              E             A
	Buries us all in it's broken back


Verse   (same chords as first verse)

	There's a man conviction

	And although he's getting old

	Mr. Browning has a prediction

	We've all been told

	So come on back to New York City

	Roll your trucks in at dawn

	Walk with me to the fountain

	And hold onto my arm

Chorus
	last chorus ends like this
	D - E - A - F# - D - E - A

	there is a common walk up pattern used throughout (usually when
	moving from the A to D). It goes 0-2-4 (on A string a-b-c#) to D

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