For the Kids Who Died in Oklahoma

Pulp

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A few days after the Oklahoma City bombing I wrote this song.  It's
the first of two songs I've ever written.  When I find my music book,
I'll come back and edit some timing into the song.

1. 
For the kids who died in O-kla-hom-a,
 4   -4   5   5   -5   5 -4 4   -4 -4

For the kids whose lives were lost so soon,
 4   -4  5     5     -5   5     -4  4  -4

You will ne-ver, ne-ver be a-lone,
 5   -5   6  6    -6 6  -5 5 -5(5-5 5-4)

Be-cause God has prom-ised you a home.
5    -4   5   -5  5     -4  4  -3  4

2.
All your hurt and suffering is over,
No more tears or crying will be heard,
Only joy and singing are in Heaven,
And the love and mercy of God.

3.
Up in Heaven they say the streets are gold,
But I know, there's red clay up there to,
For when the Lord called you to his home,
He took some of Oklahoma too.
He took some of O-kla-hom-a from my heart.
5   -5   6   6  6 4    -5 5   -4  4   4

If you've never been to the OKC Memorial, they have 168 chairs, one
for each victim.  It's hard to look at the big chairs, it's REALLY
hard to look at the little chairs.

To hear the tune, click on this link:
http://youtube.com/watch?v=MELJ3XD9EL4

Добавил: ?, 2011.11.05

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