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Paul Stookey - Wedding Song Ukulele

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Wedding Song Ukulele

(ver. 1)
Paul Stookey

                                 Wedding Song
	                         Paul Stookey

               E                          B/F#
	He is now to be among you at the calling of your haerts
        A(addB)                                      E
	Rest assured this troubador is acting on his part
                           B/F#            A(addB)        E
	The union of your spirits here has caused Him to remain
                C#m         E                B/F#
	For whenever two or more of you are gathered in His name
                 A(addB)               E   F#
	There is love  -  -  there is love

               E                    B/F#         A(addB)         E
        Well a man should leave his mother and a woman leave her home
        C#m               E               B/F#
	They shall travel on to where the two shall live as one
              E             B/F#        A(addB)       E
	As it was in the beginning - is now unitl the end
        C#m             E                 B/F#
	Woman draws her life from man and gives it back again (and)
                 A(addb)              E    F#
	There is love  -  -  there is love

                   A        A/G#    F#m         B               E
	Well then what's to be the reason for becomming man and wife
              A         A/G#       F#m           B                    E
	Is it love that brings you here or is it love that brings you life
               E             B/F#         A(addB)         E
	For if loving is the answer then who's the giving for
           C#m            E                     B/F#
	Do you believe in something that you've never seen before
                     A(addB)              E    F#
	Oh, there is love  -  -  there is love

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