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Hawk Nelson, Ode To Lord Stanley Chords (ver.1)

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Ode To Lord Stanley Chords (ver.1)

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                Standard Tuning
Capo on 5th Fret

*This song is played on a ukulele, but it sounds quite close
**Use palm mute between each note (EXCEPT ON THE LAST THREE CHORDS)
***Strum each note twice (Strumming Pattern: down then up and you only do that once)
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G D 
Hey folks, let me tell you somethin' 
I had a dream this afternoon, during my nap 
G                                           D    
     And I'm gonna share it with you right now, through song 
Em                   C          
       Tune her up boys 

G D    Em C
Oooh Oooh 
G D    Em C
Oooh Oooh 

      G            D            
Had another dream today 
      Em           C           
I gotta let it out 
     G              D         
The media has lost it's brain 
       Em         C                
What's this all about? 

The action, the drama, 
Has got me on my 
        Em                  C              
Seat's edge all the time 

 G            D                 
TSN's been on my screen 
              Em                  C    
Since I read the news last night 

         G D             
If it's true 
              Em             C           
Then can someone let me know 
        G D                     
I need proof 
                Em            C          
That this rumor's not a joke 

Is it A myth (A myth) 
A ledgend (A ledgend) 
An old wise tale 
         Em                C           
I guess I'll see it through 

If the Flames win Lord Stanley 
      C               G         
Then we all win it too
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