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The White Buffalo - The Whistler Ukulele

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The Whistler Ukulele

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The White Buffalo
“THE WHISTLER”  By "The White Buffalo"

This is my first tab.  Hope you guys enjoy it as much as I do.  This is the song 
that they played at the end of Season 5 Episode 12 of Sons of Anarchy.  Great 
show, great song.  Enjoy!!

Tuning: Standard(if you want to play with the album) I personally like how it 
sounds 1/2 step down.

Strum Pattern: Listen to the song.

Intro: Starts with 1 round of Bm Em F# then he whistles the tune and plays the 
same chord progression again. 

Bm Em F#

This time is different
It's not like the times before
  F#                             Bm
I crossed my heart, that I won't kill no more
Bm                           Em
Jesus watch over me, keep my anger at home
           F#                                Bm
You better bless these wicked hands, because they got a mind of they're own
Bm    Em      F#   Bm
Don't go down town

Bm                                            Em
Devil whispers in my ear, “It's time for your curtain call”
     F#                      Bm
So I dress myself on up with alcohol
Bm                               Em
Step aside, step aside – let the whistler through
      F#                                         Bm
There really ain't no help at all for folks like me and you
      Em     F# Bm       Em     F#  Bm
Don't go downtown, Don't go downtown

G(Barred)                              F#
Get your god damn hands out, don't you look at me
G(Barred)             F#    Bm
No one's dying here alone
(Nothing played)       G(Barred)
Well I came to get it on
(Nothing)     G F#
Let's get it on

Bm   Em F#    Bm Em  F# Bm
This time is different
Not like the time before
  F#                             Bm    (fading)
I crossed my heart, that I won't kill no more
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