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Lemonheads - The Turnpike Down Ukulele

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The Turnpike Down Ukulele

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"The Turnpike Down"


(For a more accurate version, buy the songbook "It's A Shame About Ray").

Weird chords:   Dsus4/sus2 : xx0030     G6/B : x20000
                D9 : x54550             Em11 : 000000
                A9sus4 : x00000         C/E : xx2010


Intro:   |  Dsus4/sus2 | G6/B | Am7 | C | (x2)

 Ds4/s2  G6/B            Am7            C
 I'm     lost in the see-through.
 Ds4/s2   G6/B                 D9  Em11
 Pane     always needs a bath.
 Ds4/s2            G6/B         | A A9sus4  A  A9sus4 | A A9sus4 A A9sus4 |
    Between a want    and a need to,

 | A A9sus4  A  A9sus4 | A A9sus4 A A9sus4 |

 C                       Dsus2
 Butterscotch streetlamps mark my path.

 {Play verse chords}
 My country was of thee
 Now why'd you have to leave
 How'd this come to have to pass
 Butterscotch streetlamps mark my path


 Ds4/s2         G6/B    Am7          C
 Mark my path,          mark my path down.
 Ds4/s2         G6/B    Am7          C
 Mark my path,          mark my path down.
               D9sus4   C/E          A7sus4
 Mark my path,          mark my path down.
 C             D9sus4   C/E          A7sus4
 Mark my path,          mark my path down.


 | C | Dsus2 | C | Dsus2 Em11 C Em11 Dsus2 Em11 |


Ending:  | Dsus4/sus2 | G6/B | Am7 | C |

         End on Em.
            
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