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Band: Yano
Song title: Askal
Transcribed by Sarvjit
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A, D, C, G; (4x)
A, C, D, C; (2x) E-E hold

A break              E break   A break
  Martes, alas-diyes,  me araw   pa no'n
A break
  Sa me poste ng kuryente
A break        E break
  Sa may kanto   Bonifacio
D         A      D         A
  Merong tambay na'ng hanapbuhay
  D       A     B        E
  Ay ang mag-antay ng lagay.

Repeat Intro once

(1st verse chords)
  Byernes, alas-tres, umuulan no'n
  Sa me poste ng kuryente
  Sa may kanto Bonifacio
  Merong siga na nanunuba
  At tuwang-tuwa sa kita.

D        A         D      A
  Bagong amo at supremo, nang-oonse
D             A     B               E
  Magkano'ng presyo mo, beinte ba o ube
D        A         D    A
  Bagong amo at supremo, tsokolate
D          A         B        E
  Sa kanto Bonifacio, me asong kalye.

Ad lib

A, D, C, G; (2x) A break
(Repeat 2x)
A, D, C, G; (2x) E-E hold
(1st verse chords)
  Linggo, alas-otso, bumabagyo no'n
  Sa me poste ng kuryente
  Sa me kanto Bonifacio
  Merong maton na nangongotong
  At taun-taon ay nandoon.

Repeat Chorus
Repeat Chorus except last chord

D           E
  Nagkakape, nagkakape
  A,Bb, B,C   Db, D,Eb,E
  Asong kalye na nagkakape
  A,Bb, B,C   Db, D,Eb,E
  Asong kalye na nagkakapera.

A, D, C, G; (4x)
A-D, C; (3x)
A, G, A, G.A break
Yano - Askal :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Askal tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Askal:

Yano is a folk/punk rock band in the Philippines formed in 1993. The band members were originally composed of Dong Abay (vocals) and Eric Gancio (guitars). Onie Badiang later joined them as bassist; Nowie Favila was the usual drummer but declined to join the group due to commitments with Ang Grupong Pendong. Other drummers of the band included Nonong Timbalopez, Harley Alarcon and Jun Nogoy. The band got their name when Abay looked through an entry in "Talahulugang Pilipino", an old Tagalog dictionary. "Yano" in Tagalog means "simple", a term often used by Tagalog speakers in Quezon.

As of 2007, Gancio revived Yano as a one-man band, although, there will be back-up musicians for live performances. [1] In 2008, He will be releasing a new album, which he described as the fourth Yano album rather than his second album. [1]

Indexed at Wikipedia.

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