20 Years by David Dondero Ukulele Chords

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You can play versatile instrument 20 Years using ukulele or guitar.
This song by David Dondero can also be played by that instruments.
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20 Years chords has rhythm and included in album.
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20 Years by David Dondero Ukulele Chords

Heres my rendition of the song. I’ve seen several, very different versions already but
of them seem to be completely faithful to the song. Its a mix of ear transcription and
posted tabs, so thanks for those posters for giving me a hand P

I’ve tried to make it as easy to follow as possible. This song isn’t particualy
and sounds geat acoustic (the only way to play it IMO). Its a good song to start finger
with.

The easiest way to this is rest your last three fingers on the stratch plate, leaning
the e string; and place your thumb over the A and your index finger over the D string.
this position you can alternate plucking between finger and thumb, and move them up and
the strings as neccescary – just keep the thumb on the low strings and he finger on the
strings.

[(FA#D#G#CC)]>Tune Down One Step by tuning the A string to the 4th fret of E; then tuning the rest of
strings with regards to the new A. Don’t forget to tune the E at the end. You also need
tune the e to he B string (now F and C). This is standard placebo tuning. You can ignore
e to B tuning though, as those strings aren’t used.

(listen to the song to get timing right, and correct me if you think its wrong)

Main Verse & Intro (x2)
[#######################]


C--------------------------------------------------|
C-------------------0--------------------------0---|
G#-----------0------------------------0------------|
D#------9-----------------------9------------------|
A#---7----7--------7---------7-----7--------7------|
F--------------------------------------------------|

There are twenty years to go…….


C--------------------------------------------------|
C---------------------------------------------0---|
G#-----------0------------------------0------------|
D#------7-----------7-----------7------------------|
A#---5-----5-----5-----------5-----5-------5-------|
F--------------------------------------------------|

Twenty ways to know…..


C--------------------------------------------------|
C---------------------------------------------0---|
G#-----------0------------------------0------------|
D#------5----------5------------5------------------|
A#---3-----3----3------------3-----3-----3---------|
F--------------------------------------------------|

Who will wear…. Who will wear the hat…


C--------------------------------------------------|
C--------------------------------------------------|
G#------0------0------0------0------0--------------|
D#----4------4------4------4------4----------------|
A---2------2------2------2------2------2/7---------|
F--------------------------------------------------|

(slide from 2nd back to 7th and begin verse again)

Bridge (Electric Guitar Overtop (not tabbed))
[#############################################]


C--------------------------------------------------|
C--------------------------------------------------|
G#------0------0------0------0------0--------------|
D#----4------4------4------4------4----------------|
A---2------2------2------2------2------------------|
F--------------------------------------------------|

(Much quieter – keep repeating, return to verse at the end of bridge)

Try keep the notes done by the finger crisp, and notes down by the thumb as louder and
Accent the the notes marked to emphasise the riff’s variation.

To play the this songs, including 20 Years by David Dondero by ukulele, the most crucial basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord.
These set you up to play a a lot of songs, and each of them is easy to master.

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