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Hindustan
Words and Music by Oliver Wallace and Harold Weeks - 1918
Verse:----------- ------------------ ------------------ ------------------
Cm - - -
- G+7 Cm -
Gm D7 Gm D7
Gm D7 G7 -
Chorus:--------- ------------------ ------------------ ------------------
C -         G+ C -
- -        Gdim G7 -
- -        Cdim G7 -
-        Cdim G7 C G7
C -         G+ C -
Gm7 C7 F -
D7 - Fm -         C
Dm7 G7 C -  (G7  to chorus)
8-beat intro.  Play 4-beats for each cell, reading from left to right.
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Verse:
Cam -el trap - pings jin - gle,  Harp strings sweet -ly ting - le,
With a sweet voice min - gle,  Un - der - neath the stars.
Sing - ing,  mem - o - ries are bring - ing,  
Temp - le bells are ring - ing: Call - ing me a - far.
 
Chorus:
Hin - du - stan,
Where we stopped to rest our ti - red car - a - van.
Hin - du - stan,
Where the paint - ed pea - cock proud - ly spread his fan.
Hin - du stan,
Where the pur - ple sun - bird flashed a - cross the sand.
Hin - du stan,
Where I met her and the world be - gan.
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Arranged by Jim Bottorff
 
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