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The Time It Is Today Ukulele

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                                         "The Time It Is Today"
                             (Russ Giguere)

Jim Yester, in the liner notes to the Japanese _From The Original Master
Tapes_ CD (Warner/Pioneer WPCP-3536):

  Very complex and personal, an excellent work by Russell Giguere.  At
  times very pastoral, at times very angry, one man's plea for humanity to
  "wake up".


	Cmaj7 (w/volume swell; drums enter)

	Cmaj7     Em9       [2X, w/bass fill 2nd time]
	  / / / /  / / / /

	bass fill:

	 v   v   v   v

Verse 1:

	Cmaj7          Em9
	      Sunrise,     sunset
	Cmaj7                          Em9
	      What you're born with is     what you get
	 G       CaddD      G    CaddD
	Let your fear just pass away
	 G        CaddD      G        Cmaj9
	Then your love will fill your days
	I know

Verse 2:

	I need so little, yet so much
	Child's sweet laughter, woman's touch
	I can't say just what is real
	All I know is what I feel
	I know


	(Ba-ba-ba...) The time it is today
	And we must find our way
	My heartbeat clearly states
	The answer's not in hate
	                     G/B       G      A
	I once believed that love was but a dream
	But now I know
	      G/B       G       A
	That love's a flowing stream
	They're lying, killing, they're pushing their rules
	They tell me the prophets all were just fools
	But I know different and I won't be used
	It's they that are lost
	     Cmaj7        Em9         Cmaj7        Em9
	It's they are confused
	                 (They are confused)
	                             (They are confused)

Verse 3:

	Sunrise, sunset
	What you're born with is what you get
	All your world is all your fears
	They don't change, but pass in years
	Em9               E [end cold]
	I know

-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers
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