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Jerusalem by Don McLean Ukulele Chords


Don McLean- Jerusalem (Chords)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v9C_TN1ch5IM&featurerelated
Chorded from the live version he performed at Paramount Theatre


Jerusalem, Jerusalem all roads lead to you.

Jerusalem, Jerusalem your light is shinning through.

And you will show, show the way, to all who see it shine,
That we can live, in peace, in Jerusalem this time.

The walls will keep you in, the walls will keep you out.
The gates are calling those, who know what it’s about.

Jerusalem, Jerusalem all roads lead to you.
Jerusalem, Jerusalem your light is shinning through.

And you will show, show the way, to all who
see it shine,
That we can live, in peace, in Jerusalem this time.

Jerusalem is old, Jerusalem is new,
Jerusalem can hold, Moslem, Christian, Jew.

In Jerusalem, Jerusalem all roads lead to you.
Jerusalem, Jerusalem your light is shinning through.

And you will show, show the way,
to all who
see it shine,
That we can live, in peace, in Jerusalem this time.


The markets and the alleys, the temples and the tombs.
A place for all believers, it has so many rooms.

In Jerusalem, Jerusalem all roads lead to you.
Jerusalem, Jerusalem your light is shinning through.

And you will show, show the way, to all who
see it shine,

That we can live, in peace, in Jerusalem this time.
Yes, we can live, in peace, in Jerusalem this t[Em-A]ime.


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It’s Just the Sun by Don McLean Ukulele Chords


#


#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#

##This file is the author’s own work and represents their interpretation of the #
##song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
#


#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##

#It’s just the sun
#
#Taken from Don McLean album Chain Lightning
#
#A really simple tune which was also released
#in a Spanish version: Yo Soy Tu Eres
#
#Only two chords are used. Listen to the album


e|----------0-----------0-------0---|----------1-----------1-------1---|
b|----------1-----------1-------1---|----------0-----------0-------0---|
g|------0-----------0---------------|------0-----------0---------------|
D|----------------------------------|----------------------------------|
A|--3-----------0-------------------|--2-----------0-------------------|
E|--------------------------3-------|--------------------------3-------|

Lyrics:
It’s just the sun
It’s just the sun that’s shining in your eyes
It’s just the moon that is the sun’s disguise
Just the sky with clouds that blowin’ by (?)
The sun and the moon and the sky and you and I
It’s just the rain that’s rolling down my cheak
It’s just the wind that makes me hear you speak
It’s just the song that anyone can sing
The rain and the wind and the song and the love you bring
It’s just the world that’s gonna break your heart
It’s just the past that’s tearing us apart
It’s just the time we have so little of
The world and the past and the time that we fell in love
It’s just the sun that’s shining in your eyes
It’s just the moon that is the sun’s disguise
It’s just the sky with clouds that blowin’ by
The sun and the moon and the sky and you and I
Guitar part and lyrics transcribed by
Lee Francis Wilhelmsen
francis@GRIBB.hsr.no
francis@hsr.no
19(C)94.

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The Grave by Don McLean Ukulele Chords


#------------------------------------------------------------------------------##

by Don McLean

Taken from the album “American Pie” by Don McLean

24 February 1995

This song isn’t too hard to play I think. A nice combination of fingerpicking
and strumming. Listen to album “American Pie” otherwise you haven’t a chance.
Comments and corrections are always welcome. The lyrics follow after the TAB.

Good luck

Lee Francis

The Grave (Don McLean)

Intro:


e|-1p0-----------0-------------------------0-------------------------------0--|
b|------3-----------3--------------0h1--3-----3-------0-----------------3-----|
g|---------2-----------2--------0----------------0h2-----2-----------1--------|
D|------------0--------------2------------------------------------0-----------|
A|------------------------3------------------------------------2--------------|
E|----------------------------------------------------------0-----------------|

Verse:

When the wars of our nation… A man barely…


e|--------------------------------3------------------------------------------------|
b|----------1--1/31-p0--------------0/1-----------------------------------------|
g|-------2-----2/42-p0--------0----- 0/2--2--------0-----------0-----1-------|
D|----2---------------------0---------------------2-----------0--------2-----------|
A|-0-------------------------------------------3-----------2-----------------------|
E|-----------------------3------------------------------------------0--------------|

Proud of the trust… nation. He’s gone.


e|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
b|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
g|-------0--------0--------0--------1-----------------------------------------|
D|----2--------0--------2-----------2-----------------------------------------|
A|-0-----------------3-----------2------------------0-------------------------|
E|----------3-----------------0-----------------------------------------------|

But eternity knows… And it knows what we’ve done.


e|------1p0-----0h1-----------------------1-----3----5--------------------0---|
b|-----------3----------------------------3-----5----6-----------------3------|
g|------------------------------------------------------------------1---------|
D|---------------------------------------------------------------0------------|
A|------------------------------------------------------------2---------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------0------------------|

[Strumming part begins]

And the rain fell like pearls on the leaves of the flowers.
Am Bm/A D? E7


e|---------0--------------0-------------0-------------0-----------------------|
b|-strum---1--------------3-------------0-------------3-----------------------|
g|---------2--------------4-------------7-------------1------ Repeat this ----|
D|---------2--------------4-------------7-------------0------ sentence 3 ----|
A|---------0--------------0-------------5-------------2------ times ----|
E|----------------------------------------------------0-----------------------|

.
.

As he held to his rifle and prayed not to die.


e|--------0---------------------5-------------0-------------------------------|
b|-strum--1---------------------6-------------3-------------------------------|
g|--------0---------------------7-------------1-------------------------------|
D|--------2---------------------7-------------0-------------------------------|
A|--------3---------------------5-------------2-------------------------------|
E|--------3-----------------------------------0-------------------------------|

But the silence of night was shattered by fire.
Dm Am Asus2…Am…


e|----------1-----------------0----------------------0--0--0------------------|
b|-strum----3-----------------1----------------------0--1--0------------------|
g|----------2-----------------2----------------------2--2--2- Repeat this ----|
D|----------0-----------------2----------------------2--2--2- sentence 3 ----|
A|----------------------------0----------------------0--0--0- times ----|
E|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|

.
.

In a morgue of marines alone standing there.


e|--------0----------------5--------------0-----------------------------------|
b|-strum--1----------------6--------------3-----------------------------------|
g|--------0----------------7--------------1-----------------------------------|
D|--------2----------------7--------------0-----------------------------------|
A|--------3----------------5--------------2-----------------------------------|
E|--------3-------------------------------0-----------------------------------|

He crouched ever lower, ever lower of fear.


e|--------1----------------------------------0--------------------------------|
b|-strum--1----------------------------------1--------------------------------|
g|--------2----------------------------------2--------------- Repeat this ----|
D|--------3----------------------------------2--------------- sentence 3 ----|
A|--------3----------------------------------0--------------- times ----|
E|--------1-------------------------------------------------------------------|

.
.

I’ll cover myself – I know I’m not brave! The earth, the earth


e|--------1-----------------------------0-------------------0-----------------|
b|-strum--1-----------------------------3-------------------1----------6------|
g|--------2-----------------------------1-------------------0----------7------|
D|--------3-----------------------------0-------------------2----------7------|
A|--------3-----------------------------2-------------------3----------5------|
E|--------1-----------------------------0-------------------3-----------------|

The earth is my grave.


e|-------0--------------------------------------------------------------------|
b|-------3--------------------------------------------------------------------|
g|-------1--------------------------------------------------------------------|
D|-------0--------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-------2--------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|-------0--------------------------------------------------------------------|

[Strumming part ends]

Solo:
(Hint: Barre in 5 position, beware of tricky rythme)


e|--5--5--5--------------5--7-----5--------5--5--3----------------------------|
b|--------------------5-----------------------------------0--1-----0----------|
g|-----------------5-----------------5-----------------0--------0-----0h2-----|
D|--------------5--------------5--------------------0--------2-----0----------|
A|-----------7----------------------------------------------------------------|
E|--------5-----------------5-----------5-------3----------------------------|


e|--3-----------3--3--5-----3--------------------3--------------0-----0--0----|
b|-----------1--------------------6-----6-----6-----6-----6-------------------|
g|--------0--------------0-----3-----3--3--3-----------3-----3-----0----------|
D|-----2--------------5-----------------0-------------------------------------|
A|--3-------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|


e|--0---------------3-----1-----0--0-------------0-----------------------0----|
b|--1------------1-----------------1----3-----------3-----0-----------0-------|
g|--2---------2--------2-----2-----2-------2-----------2--1--------1----------|
D|--3------3-----------------------3----------3-----------2-----2-------------|
A|--0---0--------------------------0------------------------------------------|
E|-----------------------------------------------------------0----------------|

[Repeat 1st verse picking pattern]

Lyrics:

The Grave (Don McLean)

[Without guitar]

The grave that they dug him had flowers
Gathered from the hillsides in bright summer colours
And the brown earth bleached white at the edge of his gravestone
He’s gone

[Intro – guitar]

When the wars of our nation did beckon
A man barely twenty did answer the calling
Proud of the trust that he placed in our nation
He’s gone
But eternity knows him
And it knows what we’ve done

[Strumming begins]

And the rain fell like pearls on the leaves of the flowers
Leaving brown muddy clay where the earth had been dry
And deep in the trench he waited for hours
As held to his rifle and prayed not to die

But the silence of night was shattered by fire
As guns and grenades blasted sharp through the air
One after another his comrades were slaughtered
In a morgue of marines, alone standing there

He crouched ever lower, ever lower of fear
They can’t let me die, they can’t let me die here
I’ll cover myself with the mud and the earth
I’ll cover myself, I know I’m not brave!
The earth, the earth, the earth is my grave

The grave that they dug him had flowers
Gathered from the hillsides in bright summer colours
And the brown earth bleached white at the edge of his gravestone
He’s gone

Lee Francis Wilhelmsen
Erlevn 4, Lye
4340 Bryne
Norway

[19(C)95]

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If I Only Had A Match by Don McLean Ukulele Chords



[Cm/Eb]

If I [Cm/Eb]only had a match
Then [Cm/Eb]my cares I’d soon forget
All I need would be a match
if I had a cigarette. (if i had a cigarette)


If I had a c[Cm/Eb]igarette,
I could make[Cm/Eb] the smoke rings curl.
But I’d really be all set,
if I only had a girl. (if I only had a girl)


If I had someone like you,
to come home to each night,
In a cozy bungalow,
we’d know such sweet delight.


We co[Cm/Eb]uld have a family,
and [Cm/Eb]a little garden patch,
And to think this all could be,
if I only had a match (if I only had a match)


If I had someone like you,
to come home to each night,
In a cozy bungalow,
we’d know such sweet delight.

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Oh My, What a Shame by Don McLean Ukulele Chords


Verse:
They were marr[(E)]ied in the old Church yard
And they promised to be true to each [D/F#]other
No matter how h[Am/G]ard their [Am/F]lives might be
But like meteors that fell through moments parallel
They were soon to [Am/G]cross
And on different [Am/F]plots of earth they both did fall
Though their lives had really [G/E]not been hard at all

Chorus:
Oh my what a shame
No one’s to blame
It just happened that way
And there’s nothing you can [Am/G]say
When [Am/F#]two people say goodbye

Oh my…

Instrumental verse:
Am, G, F, C
Am, Am/G, Am/F#, F, E, Am

Verse:
Two brothers, promised they’d return
When the war that they were fighting was over
But only one lived to keep his vow
And the story I was told said he lived to be quite old
Before time won out
Someone asked if he knew what they both fought for
But he could not recall he had ever been to war

(Chorus)

Bridge:
For there’s nothing you can say when it’s over
And there’s nothing you can do when it’s done
There’s no battle you can win
And there’s [D/F#]nothing to begin
That’s not begun

Verse:
On this moment, I recall your face
And I wonder if you still think about me
Occasionally I still think of you
And I watch the river flow and I know I must let go
But it’s oh so hard
For the waves are all around my small canoe
I had always hoped this boat could carry two

(chorus again)

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Winterwood by Don McLean Ukulele Chords


CAPO: 2nd Fret

INTRO: G

No one can take your place with me
And time has proven that I’m right
There’s no place I’d rather be
Than at your place for the night

No time can pass your sight unseen
No moment steals away unfound
Lifetime lived in such a dream
Floats like a feather to the ground

CHORUS:
And for the first time I’ve been seeing
The things I’d never noticed without you
And for the first time I’m discovering
The things I used to treasure about you

The birds like leaves on Winterwood
Sing hopeful songs on dismal days
They’ve learned to live life as they should
They are at peace with Nature’s ways

You are as natural as the night
And all that springs from you is good
And the children born beneath your light
Are like the birds on Winterwood

CHORUS:
And for the first time I’ve been seeing
The things I’d never noticed without you
And for the first time I’m discovering
The things I used to treasure about you

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When Love Begins by Don McLean Ukulele Chords


In someone’s hand there is a land
Where I must surely go, where she is
To learn what she must know When she gives
all her love away

To him that seems as in her dreams
Unbroken by the storm on the sea
But quiet deep and warm ever free
To give his love away

And when these two have found the land
The world is not the same
For though it spins when love begins
The world is not the same

This is one change I always have longed for
I always belonged more to you than to anyone

And in your hand the stars the sand
The rain and wind are new, as we live
And learn what love can do
When we give all our love away

And now we too have found the land
The world is not the same
For though it spins when love begins
The world is not the same

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Dreidel by Don McLean Ukulele Chords


Hello again… well I’ve dowloaded this song recently and I’ve found it so crazy, but
when I looked for its tab, I couldn’t find it… so someone (me) had to do the work… a
little hard, but now it’s here…

Chords:

C – x32010
D – xx0232
E – 022100
E7 – 020100
G – [-]320033
A – x02220
A7 – x02020
Am – x02210
B – x24442
Bm – x24432

The stuff:

E, E7

I feel like a spinning top or a Dreidel
The spinning don’t stop when you leave the cradle
You just slow down

Round and around this world you go
Spinning through the lives of the people you know
We all slow down

How you gonna keep on turning from day to day?
How you gonna keep from turning your life away?

No days you can borrow, no time you can buy
No trust in tomorrow, it’s a lie

I feel like a spinning top or a Dreidel
The spinning don’t stop when you leave the cradle
You just slow down

Round and around this world you go
Spinning through the lives of the people you know
We all slow down

How you gonna keep on turning from day to day?
How you gonna keep from turning your life away?

And I feel like I’m dippin’ and divin'
My sky shoes are spiked with lead heels
I’m lost in this star car am I drivin'
But my air sole keeps pushin’ big wheels

My world is a constant confusion
My mind is prepared to attack
My past a persuasive illusion
I’m watchin’ the future it’s black

What do you know?
You know just what you perceive
What can you show?
Nothing of what you believe
And as you grow
Each thread of life that you leave
Will spin

Around your deeds and dictate your needs
As you sell your soul and you sow your seeds
And you wound yourself and your loved one bleed
And your habits grow, and your conscience feeds
On all that you thought you should be
I never thought this could happen to me

I feel like a spinning top or a Dreidel
The spinning don’t stop when you leave the cradle
You just slow down

Round and around this world you go
Spinning through the lives of the people you know
We all slow down

How you gonna keep on turning from day to day?
How you gonna keep from turning your life away?

I feel like a spinning top or a Dreidel
The spinning don’t stop when you leave the cradle
You just slow down
You just slow down
You just... slow... down…

Well that’s all… pay attention to the time changes on the song (just listen to it
carefully)… see you… doubts, s.chapuisat@bol.com.br… Bye.

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Homeless Brother by Don McLean Ukulele Chords


Subject: CRD: m/don_mclean/homeless_brother.crd
Date: Tue, 13 Feb 1996 14:12:41 +0100
From: Juergen Wuest (HiWi CEMP)

Homeless Brother – Don McLean

—————————–

>From his live album `SOLO’.

I was walking by the graveyard, late last Friday night,
I heard somebody yelling, it sounded like a fight.
It was just a drunken hobo dancing circles in the night,
Pouring whiskey on the headstones in the blue moonlight.
So often have I wondered where these homeless brothers go,
Down in some hidden valley were their sorrows cannot show,
Where the police cannot find them, where the wanted men can go.
There’s freedom when your walking, even though you’re walking slow.

Smash your bottle on a gravestone and live while you can,
that homeless brother is my friend.

It’s hard to be a pack rat, it’s hard to be a ‘bo,
but living’s so much harder where the heartless people go.
Somewhere the dogs are barking and the children seem to know
That Jesus on the highway was a lost hobo.
And they hear the holy silence of the temples in the hill,
And they see the ragged tatters as another kind of thrill.
And they envy him the sunshine and they pity him the chill,
And they’re sad to do their living for some other kind of thrill.

Smash your bottle on a gravestone and live while you can,
that homeless brother is my friend.

Somewhere there was a woman, somewhere there was a child,
Somewhere there was a cottage where the marigolds grew wild.
But somewhere’s just like nowhere when you leave it for a while,
You’ll find the broken-hearted when you’re traveling jungle-style.
Down the bowels of a broken land where numbers live like men,
Where those who keep their senses have them taken back again,
Where the nightstick cracks with crazy rage, where madmen don’t pretend,
Where wealth has no beginning and poverty no end.

Smash your bottle on a gravestone and live while you can,
that homeless brother is my friend.

The ghosts of highway royalty have vanished in the night,
The Whitman wanderer walking toward a glowing inner light.
The children have grown older and the cops have gripped us tight,
There’s no spot round the melting pot for free men in their flight.
And you who leave on promises and prosper as you please,
The victim of your riches often dies of your disease,
He can’t hear the factory whistle, just the lonesome freight train’s whirs,
He’s living on good fortune, he ain’t dying on his knees.

Smash your bottle on a gravestone and live while you can,
that homeless brother is my friend.
That homeless brother is my friend.

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=

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Winterwood by Don McLean Ukulele Chords


CAPO: 2nd Fret

INTRO: G

No one can take your place with me
And time has proven that I’m right
There’s no place I’d rather be
Than at your place for the night

No time can pass your sight unseen
No moment steals away unfound
Lifetime lived in such a dream
Floats like a feather to the ground

CHORUS:
And for the first time I’ve been seeing
The things I’d never noticed without you
And for the first time I’m discovering
The things I used to treasure about you

The birds like leaves on Winterwood
Sing hopeful songs on dismal days
They’ve learned to live life as they should
They are at peace with Nature’s ways

You are as natural as the night
And all that springs from you is good
And the children born beneath your light
Are like the birds on Winterwood

CHORUS:
And for the first time I’ve been seeing
The things I’d never noticed without you
And for the first time I’m discovering
The things I used to treasure about you

To play the this songs, including Winterwood by Don McLean by ukulele, the most important basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord.
These set you up to play a many of songs, and each of them is easy to master.

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