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Vera Lynn - The White Cliffs Of Dover Ukulele

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The White Cliffs Of Dover Ukulele

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                G           Em        Bm       C               G
There'll be bluebirds over the white cliffs of Dover
   Am     G        C        G
To-morrow just you wait and see

     G        Em      Bm
I'll never forget the people I met
C             Am    G
Braving those angry skies
    Bm     G           Bm      Em
I remember well as the shadows fell
    A        E7            D7
The light of hope in their eyes
    Am              Bm
And though I'm far away
  Am        C         Em
I still can hear them say
      G
Bombs up...
             Am   C     Am
But when the dawn comes up

G           Em        Bm       C               G
There'll be bluebirds over the white cliffs of Dover
   Am     G        C        G
To-morrow just you wait and see

G           Em       Bm           C          G
There'll be love and laughter and peace ever after
   Am     G        C        G
To-morrow when the world is free

    C             Em       Am       
The shepherd will tend his sheep
    G           D      G
The valley will bloom again
       C          Am    G
And my Jimmy will go to sleep
       Em         Am    D
In her own little room again

G           Em        Bm       C               G
There'll be bluebirds over the white cliffs of Dover
   Am     G        C        G
To-morrow just you wait and see

G           Em        Bm       C               G
There'll be bluebirds over the white cliffs of Dover
   Am     G        C        G
To-morrow just you wait and see
            
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