The March Of The Black Queen Uke tab by Queen

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[Intro]
Em chordEm

Em chordEm
Do you mean it
Do you mean it
D chordD
Do you mean it
G chordG G# chordG#
Why don't you mean it
Am chordAm
Why do I follow you and where do you go
Am chordAm

[Guitar solo]

[Verse 1]
B chordB D chordD F chordF(sus4) G chordG B chordB
Ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah
G chordG
You've never seen nothing like it
No never in your life
E chordE
Like going up to heaven
Am chordAm
And then coming back alive
Am chordAm
Let me tell you all about it
And the world will so allow it
D chordD
Oooh give me a little time to choose
G chordG
Water babies singing in a lily-pool delight
E chordE Am chordAm
Blue powder monkeys praying in the dead of night
Am chordAm
Here comes the Black Queen poking in the pile
Fie-fo the black queen marching single file
F chordF G chordG C chordC A# chordA# Am chordAm G chordG
Take this take that bring them down to size
G chordG
March to the Black Queen

[Guitar solo]
C chordC G chordG Am chordAm Dm chordDm B chordB

[Verse 2]
Am chordAm
Put them in the cellar with the naughty boys
A chordA little bit sugar then a rub-a dub-a baby oil
Am chordAm
Black on black on every finger nail and toe
We've only begun - begun
F chordF G chordG C chordC A# chordA# Am chordAm G chordG
Make this make that keep making all that noise
G chordG
Oooh march to the Black Queen
C chordC
Now I've got a belly-full
G chordG
You can be my sugar-baby
Am chordAm
You can be my honey-chile yes

[Guitar solo]
Dm chordDm B chordB Em chordEm A7 chordA7 D chordD A chordA D chordD
F chordF (F chordF-A# chordA#)

[Verse 3]
F chordF A# chordA# F chordF
A chordA voice from behind me reminds me
Gm chordGm C7 chordC7 F chordF
Spread out your wings you are an angel
F chordF C chordC Dm chordDm A chordA
Remember to deliver with the speed of light
A chordA Dm chordDm A chordA Dm chordDm A#6 chordA#6 Am7 chordAm7 G chordG C chordC
A chordA little bit of love and joy
Cm chordCm A# chordA# D# chordD#
Everything you do bears a will and a why and a wherefore
Cm chordCm G chordG Cm chordCm G chordG C/G chordC/G
A chordA little bit of love and joy
F chordF A# chordA# F chordF
In each and every soul lies a man
Gm chordGm C7 chordC7 F chordF
And very soon he'll deceive and discover
F chordF C chordC Dm chordDm
But even to the end of his life
A chordA Dm chordDm A chordA Dm chordDm A chordA Dm chordDm C chordC F chordF G chordG Cm/G chordCm/G A# chordA# D# chordD#
He'll bring a little love
D# chordD# Cm chordCm G chordG Am chordAm
Ah ah ah ah ah ah

[Verse 4]
Am chordAm
I reign with my left hand I rule with my right
I'm lord of all darkness I'm queen of the night
G chordG (F chordF G chordG C chordC G chordG) Am chordAm
I've got the power - now do the march of the Black Queen
My life is in your hands I'll fo and I'll fie
I'll be what you make me I'll do what you like
G chordG
I'll be a bad boy - I'll be your bad boy
Am chordAm D chordD F chordF
I'll do the march of the Black Queen
Am chordAm C chordC
Ah ah ah ah ah
I'll do the march of the Black Queen

[Guitar solo]
Am chordAm
Walking true to style
She's vulgar abuse and vile
Fie-fo the black queen tattoos all her pies
Am chordAm
She boils and she bakes
G chordG
And she never dots her I's
C chordC G chordG Am chordAm C chordC G chordG Am chordAm Dm chordDm B7 chordB7
La la la la la la la la la la
A7 chordA7 G7 chordG7

[Verse 5]
C chordC G chordG
Forget your singalongs and your lullabies
Am chordAm
Surrender to the city of the fireflies
Dm chordDm
Dance with the devil beat with the band
E chordE
To hell with all of you hand-in-hand
F chordF G chordG C chordC
But now it's time to be gone
G chordG Am chordAm
La la la la forever forever
Dm chordDm E chordE F chordF G chordG C chordC
Ah ah ah ah ah

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About this song

Freddie Mercury composed "March Of The Black Queen" at the piano in 1973, and the song was included a year later on Queen's second album Queen II.It is the only Queen song containing polyrhythm/polymeter (two different time signatures simultaneously 8/8 and 12/8), which is very rare for popular music.The full piece was too complicated to perform live by the band, however the uptempo section containing the lines (sung by Roger Taylor) "My life is in your hands, I'll foe and I'll fie. Read more on Last.fm.