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    Default Flanders and Swann's "The Sloth"

    Hi all (long time in posting--wow).

    I'm trying to figure out the chords to the bridge of the song ("I could climb the very highest Himalayas....") and for the life of me can't figure them. Any insights?

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    Default Re: Flanders and Swann's "The Sloth"

    I have a copy or two of their songbook ... will post chords when I have a chance.
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    Default Re: Flanders and Swann's "The Sloth"

    Thanks Martin!
    "When I heard what Socrates had done on the lyre, I wished indeed even [I had done] that...but certainly I labored hard in letters!" - Cicero, "Cato the Elder on Old Age"
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    Default Re: Flanders and Swann's "The Sloth"

    OK:

    | Bb | Bb | Bb | Bb |
    | Bb | Bb | F7 | F7 |
    | Cm | Cm | Cm | Cm |
    | F7 | F7 | Bb | F7 |
    | Bb | Bb | Bb | Bb |
    | Bb | Bb | Cm | Cm |
    | Cm | Ebm | Bb | Bb - F#7 |
    | Cm7 | F7 | Bb | F7 |
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