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Oasis, Part Of The Queue Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

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Part Of The Queue Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

Oasis Tabs
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                Am	Em	       F	   G         Am    Em	F    G
Suddenly I found that I'd lost my way in the city
Am	        Em	     F	        G         Am	Em   F	G
Streets in the thousands of colors all bleed into one
 Am    Em   F            G
I fall down heaven won't help me
Am     Em  F	          G
I call out no one would hear
Am        Em       F       G         Am	  Em	F    G
All of a sudden I lost my out of the city

F
Stand tall
     Am
Stand proud
F
Every beginning is breaking its promise
G			E		          Am
I'm having trouble just finding some soul in this town

Am	Em	 F	  G         Am	    Em	     F	    G

Am		  Em	       F	   G             Am	Em  F	G
The names and the faces in the places they mean nothing to me
Am	         Em	  F	      G             Am	 Em	F	G
Cos all they can do to be part of the queue in this town
Am     Em   F           G
I fall down heaven wont help me
Am  Em  F	        G
I call out no one will hear
Am       Em          F           G              Am	 Em	F     G
People tomorrow they say "well I say mores the pity"

F
Stand tall
    Am
Stand proud
F
Every beginning has broken its promise
G			E		        Am	Em	F      G
I'm having trouble just finding some soul in this town

Lead	
Am	Em	F	G     (x10)

F
Stand tall
     Am
Stand proud
F
Every beginning has broken its promise
G			E		        Am    Em    F	  G     Am
I'm having trouble just finding my soul in this town
F	   G             Am     Em    F	  G     Am
Finding my soul in this town
Am	 Em	       F	G
Keep on trying.........Keep on trying (repeat to fade)
            

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