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Falling Up, Kings Garden Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

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Kings Garden Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

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Standard Tuning
Capo 1 (chords relative to capo)

  C#m        *G#         A          B

e  0       e  0       e  0       e  0
B  0       B  0       B  0       B  0
G  6       G  6       G  x       G  x
D  6       D  4       D  7       D  9
A  4       A  6       A  7       A  9
E  x       E  4       E  5       E  7

x = mute that string

Note: I call it *G# because I don't really know what to name it, but I'm pretty sure its 
sort of G#

Also note: The easiest way to play *G# and A are to put your pointer finger across the 
three (EAD).
           This also accomplishes muting the G string for the A

Also also note: The chord letter within parentheses like this: (*G#) means that it
is the same chord as the
                  last chord from the line above, just continued


Intro: C#m  *G# (x2)

(*G#)     C#m             *G#
     The sky has scr*pers now
           C#m                 *G#
     The streets are made of clothes
         A                           C#m
     Embroidered on every single sleeve

     (C#m) *G#
      C#m  *G#   C#m C#m is played in the background, but theres a louder, 
chord
                         that I can't place which is played by another guitar (I think)

(C#m)               *G#
     Some of us have seen
                       A
     The golden arrows poised
                    B                  C#m
     Arc across the plaints, turns us pale  (repeat)

Outro: (C#m) *G#
        C#m  *G#
        C#m  *G#
        C#m  *G#
        C#m <--- this get's only one ending strum
            
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