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Subject: Re: CHO:Nick Cave's "Lucy"
Organization: University of Montana
In article you write:
Lucy, by God a.k.a. Nick Cave
lower case =note
e f# G Em
last night i lay trembling
the moon it was low
it was the end of a love
of misery and woe
repeat for next stanza
Now the BELLTOWER is ringin'
and night has stole past
oh Lucy, can you hear me
where ever you rest
this might be tuned down a half-step, then again, it might not. (it's from
memory so i don't really know)
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