All Things in Time by Toad the Wet Sprocket Ukulele Chords

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You can play versatile instrument All Things in Time using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Toad the Wet Sprocket can also be played by that instruments.
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All Things in Time chords has rhythm and included in Coil (1997) album.
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All Things in Time by Toad the Wet Sprocket Ukulele Chords


Tab: “All Things in Time,” by Toad the Wet Sprocket
Transcribed by Michael A. Mazur (mmazur@wpi.edu)

Intro: Guitar 1, acoustic, plays chords
Guitar 2 is an electric, capoed at 5. It plays the tab below

[G/B]

|———–5–|—————–|———–5–|
|————–|———–5–3–|———–3–|
|————–|—————–|————–|
|—–0——–|—–0———–|—–0——–|
|———0—-|——–0——–|——–0—–|
|–3———–|–2————–|–3———–|

[G/B]

|——————-|
|—————-5–|
|———–2h4—–| When recalled, these four measures are
|—–0————-| played slightly differently. Measures
|——–0———-| 3-4 are played first, followed by 1 and 2.
|–2—————-|

Verse: Guitar 1 continues with chords. For the Cadd9-G/B progression,
Guitar 2 repeats the first two measures of the intro. For the rest
of the verse, it doubles the chords played by Guitar 1, but, because
of the capo, the fretted notes are a fourth lower than sounding.

call me up when you [G/B]need

strangers often de[G/B]ceive

and there’s something so freeing

to call out a name

and someone’s believing

i’ve been changing my mind
through with looking behind
it’s a crash course in life
the best you can do is get by
no getting out alive

Chorus:

i’ll hold a light for you to see

all things in time, all you’ll ever need

Repeat the intro once, but Guitar 2 reverses the order of the two
measures

Verse:
something i can’t explain
keeps me running, afraid
and every day
looks me in the face and says
“who’d you think you were, anyway?”

Chorus:
if you’ll hold a light for me to see
all things in time, all we’ll ever need

Bridge:


well, you told me so

that we’d done this all [D/F#]befor[-]e

so what is it keeps us coming back for more?

[D/F#]

Chorus:
i’ll hold a light for you to see
all things in time, all you’ll ever need
all things in time, all we’ll ever need

Ending: Repeat the intro twice, but Guitar 2 reverses the order of
the two measures it plays.

To play the most songs, including All Things in Time by Toad the Wet Sprocket 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 ton of songs, and each of them is easy to learn.

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