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Song Name: A man has Dreams, from Mary Popins By: Robert, Richard Sherman
Posted By: grey_air Difficulty: Any
Key: Any Genre: General
Harp Type: Chromatic Audio:
Created: 2014-01-29 21:42:21 Modified: 0000-00-00 00:00:00
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Song: Mr. Banks:

8  8  -7    -6   -7  8 -7    -6   6 7
A man has dreams of walking with giants

5   -5   <-5   6   7   7  <-7<-7-7 7  -6
To carve his niche in the edifice of time

8  -7   7  -6 6   -6  7   -7
Before the mortar of his zeal

-6  -6   <-7   <-7 <-7-6
Has the chance to congeal

 (more spoken then sung)
-6   7  <7   -7    <7   -7  -6
The cup is dashed from his lips

-6    7   <7   -7     -7 -7 8
The flame is snuffed aborning

-6     7     <7  -7   8  -98  -9 8    -6
He's brought to rack and ruin in his prime

Bert: life is a rum go Gov'nor and that the truth!

Mr: Banks:
8   -7    7   -6    -7   8 -7     -6 6 6 7
My world was calm, well ordered, exemplary

 5    -5  <-5   6 6     7   <-7<-7 -7  7   -6
Then came this person, with  chaos in her wake

 8   -7  7   -6    6 -6 7   -7  -6  <-7 <-7   -6
And now my life's ambitions go with one fell blow

 7    -7   8  -9 8   -9  8   -6
It's quite a bitter pill to take

Bert:
6  6 <-5   6  <-5 6 <-5  6   7  -7   7
A spoonful of sugar that is all it takes

6   <-5 6  <-5    6  <-5 6  <-5 6   7  -7   7
It changes bread and water   into tea and cakes

7  7 <-6   7  <-6 7 <-6  7  <7    <-7 <7
A spoonful of sugar goes a long, long way
 
<-7  -7  <-7 -7  <-7  -7<-7 -7<-7  8 -9   8
So 'ave yourself a 'ealthy 'elpin' ev'ry day


  8     -7  7   -6     -7     8
You've got to grind, grind, grind

-7  -6     6   7
At that grindstone

  5     -5 <-5     6    7    <-7   -7    7  -6
Though child'ood slips like sand through a sieve

 8   -7  7   -6     6    -6  7   -7
And all too soon they've up and grown

-6  <-7   <-7     -6
And then they've flown

 7   -7   8   -9   8   -7 -7  -6
And it's too late for you to give

-6    -5   6  6   <-5  6<-7
Just that spoonful of sugar

<-7  -7  7   -7-7-7  5   -7
To 'elp the medicine go down

-6   6 6 6  <-5  6     -5 -5 -5 <5  -5
The medicine go down,  medicine go down.


Bert:  Good luck Gov'nor

-6 -5 6  6  <-5  6  <-7  <-7 -7 7 -7 -7 -7 5 -7

George:  Thank you Bert, and good luck to you too

 -7 5 -4 5 -7 7 -6
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