Canvey Island by British Sea Power Ukulele Chords

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If you are searching for Canvey Island ukulele chords, you’ve visit to the right site.
You can play versatile instrument Canvey Island using ukulele or guitar.
This song by British Sea Power can also be played by that instruments.
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Canvey Island chords has rhythm and included in Do You Like Rock Music? (2008) album.
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Canvey Island by British Sea Power Ukulele Chords

British Sea Power – Canvey Island
Tabbed by: Nasher (ns)

Canvey Island is a beautiful song. Someone has already done the chords on UG, but
the chords are mostly wrong – so this is the correct version 🙂

Verse 1:

H 5 N 1
Killed a wild swan
It was a kind of omen
Of everything to come

Pre-Chorus:

I can’t believe it’s happening
And that it’s happening now
I can’t believe it’s happening
It’s coming true somehow

Verse 2:

On Canvey Island, 1953
Many lives were lost
With the records of a football team

Pre-Chorus:

I can’t believe it’s happening
And that it’s happening now
I can’t believe it’s happening
It’s coming true somehow

Chorus:

Don’t you think it’s strange, you know
The way it all works out
Brace yourself for storms and Summer droughts, soooooooo

[–]Repeat Verse chords (no singing)
[–]
Pre-Chorus: (note – extra E chord)

Sometimes it’s hard to tell
If it’s going well
You know the odds against it
Were so phenomenal

Chorus:

I can’t believe it’s happening
And that it’s happening now
I can’t believe it’s happening
It’s coming true somehow
Chorus: (with distortion)

Don’t you think it’s strange, you know
The way it all works out
Brace yourself for storms and Summer droughts

Don’t you think it’s strange, you know
The way it all works out
You start with everything then end without

Oh!
Oh, oh!
Ohhh…(etc.)
Oh, oh!

Oh it’s happening now
Oh it’s happening now
Oh…
Oh…

Finish Chord: (lots of distortion)

E chord

To play the most songs, including Canvey Island by British Sea Power 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 master.

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