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Song Name: Absent Friends By: The Divine Comedy
Posted By: 3afranc Difficulty: Any
Key: C Genre: General
Harp Type: Diatonic Audio:
Created: 2008-08-18 13:08:00 Modified: 0000-00-00 00:00:00
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Song: There is a stupid key change in the middle of the song so i couldn't
tab the middle two verses in brackets.

Introduction
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Absent friends, here's to them, and
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happy days, we thought that they would never end.
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Here's to absent friends.
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Little Jean Seberg seemed. So full of life,
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but in those eyes such troubled dreams.
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Poor little Jean.
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Woodbine Willie couldn't rest until he'd
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Given every bloke a final smoke before the 
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killing.
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Old Woodbine Willie.
 7   -6  6    5  4


(Steve McQueen jumped the first one clean
But the great escape he'd tried to make was not to be.
Maybe next time Steve.)

(Laika flew through inky blue
'Til Laika neared the atmosphere and Laika knew
Laika's life was through.)


Oscar Wilde was a  lonely child.
 5 6    6    6  -6  5  -4   4
He fought and won acceptance from the world.
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They smiled, they laughed, they praised,
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They drove poor Oscar to his grave.
 -8    8    -8   8 -8  8  -9   9


Absent friends, here's to them,
 -8 7    7        6    -6  5
And happy days, we thought that they would never 
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end,
 7
But they always end.
 7   7    -8 -6  -6
Raise your glasses then to absent friends.
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