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Hurry Sundown Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

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Hurry Sundown Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

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                Hurry Sundown The Outlaws late 70's I think but a good song today       Capo 2nd Fret

(Em)Gypsies danced around the campfire(C) shook their tambourines 
(Em)They were waiting for ghost of an outlaw(C) Sundown was his name
(Em)As the midnight hour drew closer and the(C) sky began to fall
(Em)You could see his shadow in the light of the moon
(C)You could hear the Gypsies ca--------ll

(Em)She had hair as black as darkness (C) her eyes a cold blue green
(Em)Oh her voice was soft and tender oh! (C)  She loved to sing
(Em)She will sing no more or dance again (C) and shake her tambourines
(Em)They have taken her away she's dead and gone 
(C) Hear the Gypsies sing

(C) O—oh!!  O—oh!! (D)Hurry (Em) Sundown the Gypsies calling
(C) O—oh!!  O—oh!! (D)Hurry (Em) Sundown
(C) O—oh!!  O—oh!! (D)Hurry (Em) Sundown the Gypsies cried
Hurry Sundown
(Lead)
(C) O—oh!!  O—oh!! (D)Hurry (Em) Sundown the Gypsies call
(C) O—oh!!  O—oh!! (D)Hurry (Em) Sundown
(C) O—oh!!  O—oh!! (D)Hurry (Em) Sundown the Gypsies cried

(Em)Silver doubles in his holsters(C)  stars stuck to his heals
(Em)There was fire in his eyes they say(C)  he was dressed to kill
(Em)He had hands as fast as lightning(C)  eyes as cold as steel
(Em)He came for the one that took her life(C)  lying in boot hill

(Em)Gypsies danced around the campfire (C) shook their tambourines 
(Em)They were waiting for ghost of an outlaw (C) Sundown was his name
(Em)As the midnight hour drew closer (C) and the sky began to fall
(Em)You could see his shadow in the light of the moon
(C) You could hear the Gypsies ca--------ll
            
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