Blue Monday Uke tab by New Order

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How does it feel
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To treat me like you do
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When you ve laid your hands upon me
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And told me who you are

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I thought I was mistaken
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I thought I heard your words
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Tell me how do I feel
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Tell me now how do I feel

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Those who came before me
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Lived through their vocations
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From the past until completion
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They will turn away no more

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And I still find it so hard
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To say what I need to say
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But I m quite sure that you ll tell me
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Just how I should feel today

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I see a ship in the harbor
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I can and shall obey
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But if it wasn t for your misfortunes
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I d be a heavenly person today

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And I thought I was mistaken
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And I thought I heard you speak
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Tell me how do I feel
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Tell me now how should I feel

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I thought I told you to leave me
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While I walked down to the beach
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Tell me how does it feel
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When your heart grows cold

 

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14 May 2012
About this song

"Blue Monday" is a dance pop song recorded and originally released as a single in 1983 by British band New Order, and later remixed for further releases in 1988 and 1995. At nearly 7 and a half minutes in length, "Blue Monday" is one of the longest tracks ever to chart in the UK. It is recognised as the biggest selling 12" single of all time, but as Factory Records were not members of the British Phonographic Industry association, it was not eligible for an official gold disc. However, the Official UK Chart Company (UK Singles Chart) has estimated its total UK sales at over one million.