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Wallis Bird, An Idea About Mary Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

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An Idea About Mary Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

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                Wallis Bird - An idea about Mary

Note: This version is massively simplified and probably wrong in some places. Just 


Capo 4th fret

Mystery chord (marked as ?)= 200230


Intro: 

Am Em C ? C C/G


VERSE:
  Am                  Em
A sailor a sailor did drown my heart
                C          G            C G 
because of your thunderous wave goodbye
      Am           
and I never saw you sleeping
        Em
in your matching shoes
     C          G                    C        G
So a part of me still thinks you're alive



BRIDGE:
          G              
and if my mam is feeling better
                Em
we'll take some sandwiches for the road
          C                                G
and we'll drive into the lights on the way home
           G             
and my dad talks about the weather
                  Em
says 'the arse is falling out of the sky'
    C                     G
the day that mary died    Oooh



CHORUS:
   G      C    G   G         
Oh lover! I've got plenty 
   C        G    Em
so why do I feel like 
     C     G
I've got nothing
   G      C   G  G       C   G    Em
oh lover! i'm so empty - who am I now?
C       G                Em
tell me who i'm going to be
C       G            Am
or just give me back me 

Am Em C ? C C/G


VERSE:
   Am                     Em
My saviour is braver than I can be
               C           G            C G      
taking all the weapons out of my mind
      Am                       Em
and I sing for my supper but I sing for me
     C             G            C       G
so a part of me is aching to survive


BRIDGE

CHORUS X2
            

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