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Procol Harum - A Whiter Shade Of Pale Ukulele

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A Whiter Shade Of Pale Ukulele

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Procol Harum
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                1967 - Words by Keith Reid, Music by Gary Brooker.

C - x32010
Em/B - x22000
Am - x02210
C/G - 332010
F - 133211
F/E - 033211
Dm - xx0231
Dm/C - x30231
G - 320003
G/F - 1x000x
Em - 022000
G7/D - xx0001
F/G - 3x3211
G7 - 320001

Intro.

4 B/B

C Em/B Am C/G F F/E Dm Dm/C G G/F Em G7/D C F G

Verse 1 (same for Verse 2, verse 2 lyrics at bottom)

C    Em/B              Am     C/G
We skipped the light fandango
F    F/E                     Dm    Dm/C
turned cartwheels 'cross the floor
G       G/F          Em      G7/D
I was feeling kinda seasick
C        Em/B           Am         C/G
but the crowd called out for more
F       F/E          Dm     Dm/C
The room was humming harder
G       G/F          Em    G7/D
as the ceiling flew away
C          Em/B            Am     C/G
When we called out for another drink
F       F/E          Dm
the waiter brought a tray

Chorus

G          C  Em/B        Am    C/G
And so it was,___ that later,____
F       F/E             Dm  Dm/C
as the miller told his tale
G   G/F                  Em           G7/D
that her face, at first just ghostly,
           C    F        C    G7
turned a whiter shade of pale

Instrumental - Same as Intro

Verse 2

She said, 'There is no reason
and the truth is plain to see.'
But I wandered through my playing cards
and would not let her be
one of sixteen vestal virgins
who were leaving for the coast
and although my eyes were open
they might have just as well've been closed

Chorus

Instrumental 2 (same as intro)

Chorus 
            
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