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Jimmy Buffett - Jamaica Farewell Ukulele

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Jamaica Farewell Ukulele

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Jimmy Buffett
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                sorry, no intro solo.
if anyone could tab the solos, that would be sick.

Verse:
E                           A
Down the way where the nights are gay
        B          A            E
And the sun shines daily on the mountain top
E                  A
I took a trip on a sailing ship
           B        A        E
And when I reach Jamaica I made a stop


Chorus:
                        A
But I'm sad to say, I'm on my way
B        A        E
Won't be back for many a day
E                            A
My heart is down, my head is turning around
         B              A       E
I had to leave a little girl in Kingston town

lyrics:
Down the way where the nights are gay
And the sun shines daily on the mountain top
I took a trip on a sailing ship
And when I reach Jamaica I made a stop

But I'm sad to say, I'm on my way
Won't be back for many a day
My heart is down, my head is turning around
I had to leave a little girl in Kingston town

Sounds of laughter everywhere
And the dancing girls swaying to and fro
I must declare, my heart is there
Tho' I've been from Maine to Mexico

But I'm sad to say, I'm on my way
Won't be back for many a day
My heart is down, my head is turning around
I had to leave a little girl in Kingston town

Down at the market you can hear
Ladies cry out while on their heads they bear
Ackey rice, salt fish are nice
And the rum is fine any time of year

But I'm sad to say, I'm on my way
Won't be back for many a day
My heart is down, my head is turning around
I had to leave a little girl in Kingston town
            
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