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Youngbloods - Get Together Ukulele

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Get Together Ukulele

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The Youngbloods' arrangement of this much-recorded 60's icon:

                             "Get Together"
                  (Chet Powers [a.k.a. Dino Valenti])


	Guitar 1 [capo II]:

	 A6                Gmaj7/A
	[G6]              [Fmaj7/G]
	 v   v   v   v     v   v   v   v


	 v   v   v   v     v   v   v   v

Verse 1 [guitar 1 continues fingerpicking pattern, changing chords as

	Love is but a song we sing
	And fear's the way we die
	You can make the mountains ring
	Or make the angels cry
	Though the bird is on the wing
	And you may not know why


	C'mon people now
	Smile on your brother
	Ev'rybody get together
	        D         E            A
	       [C]       [D]          [G]
	Try to love one another right now

Verse 2:

	Some will come and some will go
	We shall surely pass
	When the one that left us here
	Returns for us at last
	We are but a moment's sunlight
	Fading in the grass

[repeat chorus, 2X]

[verse-length guitar solo; guitar 1 replaces the fingerpicked
 pattern with strummed A-Gmaj7 (G-Fmaj7, capoed) chords]

[repeat chorus]

[bass plays intro pattern twice; guitar 1 enters second time]

Verse 3:

	If you hear the song I sing
	You will understand  (listen!)
	You hold the key to love and fear
	In your trembling hand
	Just one key unlocks them both
	It's there at your command

[repeat chorus, 3X]


	          (A)             Asus2
	... right now, right now

-- another ace 60's tab from Andrew Rogers
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