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Where Did We Go Right by Johnny Cash Ukulele Chords


Where Did We Go Right–Johnny Cash with the Carter Family
written by Dave Loggins and Don Schlitz

Corrections welcome, but this sounds good to me.

Capo II

In a world where everybody’s fallin apart
One by one heart by heart
You and I, stay together and we never even cry
Side by side

CHORUS:
In a world turned u[E-E7]pside down
Our love keeps sp[A-A7]inning around
And you know it makes me wonder
As the rest run for their lives
Where did we go right
Where did we go right

At a time, when all the world is searchin for truth
Is love real, we’re livin proof
And what we have is what everybody’s tryin to find
Peace of mind

CHORUS

BRIDGE:
So many wrongs so many lovers
I wish they all could know what we found in one another

BREAK

CHORUS
Where did we go right

CHORDS (relative to capo):

A x02220
D xx0232
A7 x02020
E 022100
E7 020100
Bm x24432
Bm7 x24232

CHORDS (without capo):

AB x24442
DE 022100
A7B7 x21202
EF# 244322 or xx4322
E7F#7 242322
BmC#m x46654
Bm7C#m7 x46454

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Can’t Help But Wonder Where I’m Bound by Johnny Cash Ukulele Chords

Rock on! (by Fabian)
E-mail: bluetrees@live.nl

Intro:


It’s a long and dusty road
It’s a hot and heavy load
And the folks I meet ain’t always kind
Some are bad and some are good
Some have done the best they could
Some have tried to ease my trouble in mind

And I can’t help but wonder where I’m bound, where I’m bound
Can’t help but wonder where I’m bound

I’ve been wandering through this land
Just doin’ the best I can
Trying to find what I was meant to do
And the people that I see
Look as worried as can be
And it looks like they are wand?rin? too

But I had me a buddy back home
And he started off to roam
Now he?s out, gone to Frisco Bay
And sometimes when I’ve had a few
His old voice comes ringin’ through
And yes I’m goin’ out to see him some old day

If you see me passin’ by
And you sit and you wonder why
And you wish that you were a rambler, too
nail your shoes to the kitchen floor
Lace’em up and bar the door
Thank your stars for the roof that’s over you

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Wide Open Road by Johnny Cash Ukulele Chords


WIDE OPEN ROAD
-J.Cash-
Recorded March 22, 1956, Sun Studio
Released Charley SUNBOX 103

Key: F / Capo: 1 / Play: E

INTRO:

E-4–4–4–3–2–0-
B-5–5–5–4–3–0-
G——————

VERSE:
Well you said you’ve had enough you said that you were leavin’
I said shove off honey baby I ain’t grievin’
Pack your bags and pull out this evenin’
There’s a wide open road

On Saturday mornin’ you were nowhere about
And so I searched the town but you had done pulled out
I looked north, east, and west and then a-leadin’ south
I saw a wide open road

REFRAIN:
There’s a wide open road
It’s leadin’ south from my abode
If you stick around then turn your damper down
Or there’s a wide open road

BREAK:

E-4–3–4–3–4–3–4–4———————–5-
B-5–4–5–4–5–4–5–5–5–4–5–4–5–4–5–5-
G————————-6–5–6–5–6–5–6—-
E-4–3–4–3–4–3–4–4——6————7—–
B-5–4–5–4–5–4–5–5—-7—6–0—–7——-
G————————-6————8———
G—————————-0-1-2-1-2-1-2-1-2-1-2-1-2-
D-4-5-6-5-6-5-6-5-6-5-6-5-6—————————-
A——————————————————
G——————————————
D-4-5-6-5-6-5-6-5-6-5-6-5-6—————-
A——————————————
E—————————-4-4-4-4-3-2-0-

VERSE:
Well the reason I was lookin’ for you all over town
Was to tell you that your kitty-cat he’s still around
And you left your weddin’ ring when you went down
That wide open road

If you’re gonna stay away then honey let me know
How to cook hot biscuits out of a roll of dough
Everything’s gone crazy since I told you to go
Down the wide open road

REFRAIN:
There’s a wide open road
And honey I want you to know
You can look down south or you can turn back home
And there’s a wide open road

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Banks of the Ohio by Johnny Cash Ukulele Chords

‘Banks of The Ohio’ (Trad.)
Recorded by Johnny Cash, to be found on ‘American Recordings Unearthed’
originally recorded by Billie and Charlie Monroe in 1936.
Words sung by Mr Cash somewhat different from Monroe’s.
Anyway, my favourite johnny song.

Intro: G

1st verse:
I asked my love, to take a walk
Take a walk, just a little ways,
And as we walked, along we talked
Of when would be, our wedding day.

Chorus:
And only say, that you’ll be mine,
In no o thers arms entwined,
Down beside where the waters flow,
Down by the banks of the Ohio.

Verse 2:
I asked her if she’d marry me,
And my wife forever be,
She only turned her head away
And had no other words to say.

Chorus.

verse 3:
I plunged a knife into her breast,
And told her she was going to rest,
She cried ‘Oh Willie, don’t murder me,
I’m not prepared for eternity.’

verse 4 :

I took her by her golden curls,
And drug her down to the riverside,
And there I pushed her into drown,
And I watched her as she floated down.

Chorus.

Verse 5 :
And going home between twelve and one,
And cried ‘Oh Lord, What have I done,
I’ve killed the only girl I love,
Because she would not marry me.

Chorus.

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My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You by Johnny Cash Ukulele Chords

I may say that I dont care
Hold my head up in the air
Even tell my friends Im glad that you dont call
But when the day is through
My heartaches start in new
And thats when I miss you most of all

CHORUS:
And my arms keep reachin for you
My eyes keep searchin for you
My lips keep callin for you
And my shoes keep walkin back to you

VERSE TWO:same as first verse

No matter how much I pretend
I wish I had you back again
For no one else means half as much as you
My world just seem to die
The day you left my side
And I cant forget no matter what I do

The original recording of this song by Ray Price I think it was, was recorded
in Eb. The way Johnny sang it is in A, from the album “Memories From The
Past: Now THERE Was A Song. This is from memory.

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Were You There by Johnny Cash Ukulele Chords


Were You There When They Crucified My Lord – Johnny Cash

Transcribed by Tao Kahn & Chris Smith

NB: To see the video for this version, go to:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?vninyTdjNjJc

Capo 1

Were you there when they crucified my Lord
Were you there when they crucified my Lord
Oh sometimes it causes me to tremble tremble
Were you there when they crucified my Lord

Were you there when they nailed Him to the cross
Were you there when they nailed Him to the cross
Oh sometimes it causes me to tremble tremble
Were you there when they nailed Him to the cross

Were you there when they laid Him in the tomb
Were you there when they laid Him in the tomb
Oh sometimes it causes me to tremble tremble
Were you there when they laid Him in the tomb

Were you there when the stone was rolled away
Were you there when the stone was rolled away
Oh sometimes it causes me to tremble tremble
Were you there when the stone was rolled away

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Where Did We Go Right by Johnny Cash Ukulele Chords


Where Did We Go Right–Johnny Cash with the Carter Family
written by Dave Loggins and Don Schlitz

Corrections welcome, but this sounds good to me.

Capo II

In a world where everybody’s fallin apart
One by one heart by heart
You and I, stay together and we never even cry
Side by side

CHORUS:
In a world turned u[E-E7]pside down
Our love keeps sp[A-A7]inning around
And you know it makes me wonder
As the rest run for their lives
Where did we go right
Where did we go right

At a time, when all the world is searchin for truth
Is love real, we’re livin proof
And what we have is what everybody’s tryin to find
Peace of mind

CHORUS

BRIDGE:
So many wrongs so many lovers
I wish they all could know what we found in one another

BREAK

CHORUS
Where did we go right

CHORDS (relative to capo):

A x02220
D xx0232
A7 x02020
E 022100
E7 020100
Bm x24432
Bm7 x24232

CHORDS (without capo):

AB x24442
DE 022100
A7B7 x21202
EF# 244322 or xx4322
E7F#7 242322
BmC#m x46654
Bm7C#m7 x46454

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I’d Rather Die Young by Johnny Cash Ukulele Chords


I’d rather die young than grow old without you
So don’t ever leave me whatever you do
To see someone’s picture where my picture hung
Believe me my darling I’d rather die young

I’d rather die young than grow old without you
So don’t ever leave me whatever you do
Though others may tempt you and tell you they care
You’ll find only sorrow in a secret affair

Don’t leave me
Never Leave Me
Please don’t leave me
Never leave me

( guitar )

I’d rather die young…cont.

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Oh, Bury Me Not (Introduction by Johnny Cash Ukulele Chords

Oh Bury Me Not
Adapted and arranged by Johnny Cash
Original Copyright (c)Southwind Music, Inc. administered by Warner Chappell Music.
Published by Warner Chappell Music, Inc. ASCAP

AE

Recitation:
———–
Lord, I’ve never lived where churches grow
I loved creation better as it stood
That day you finished it so long ago
And looked upon your work and called it good
I know that others find you in the light
That sifted down through tinted window panes
And yet I seem to feel you near tonight
In this dim, quiet starlight on the plains
I thank you, Lord, that I’m placed so well
That you’ve made my freedom so complete
That I’m no slave to whistle, clock or bell
Nor weak eyed prisoner of Waller Street
Just let me live my life as I’ve begun
And give me work that’s open to the sky
Make me a partner of the wind and sun
And I won’t ask a life that’s soft or high
Let me be easy on the man that’s down
Let me be square and generous with all
I’m careless sometimes, Lord, when I’m in town
But never let them say I’m mean or small
Make me as big and open as the plains
And honest as the horse between my knees
Clean as a wind that blows behind the rains
Free as the hawk that circles down the breeze
Forgive me, Lord, if sometimes I forget
You know about the reasons that are hid
You understand the things that gall or fret
Well, you knew me better than my mother did
Just keep an eye on all that’s done or said
And right me sometimes when I turn aside
And guide me on that long, dim trail ahead
That stretched upward toward the great divide

A
Oh, bury me not on the lone prairie
E
These words came low and mournfully
A
From the pallid lips of a youth who lay
EA
On his dying bed at the close of day

Oh, bury me not and his voice failed there
But we took no heed to his dying prayer
In a shallow grave just six by three
We buried him there on the lone prairie.

Enjoy!

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Happiness Is You by Johnny Cash Ukulele Chords


Recorded by: Johnny Cash
Written by: Johnny Cash & June Carter Cash

Way down the mountain – I chased a moonbeam
On the [5-7] beach – I built sand castles, too
My moonbeams faded – My castles tumbled [1-7]
All of this was meaningless –
[5-7] ‘Cause Happiness Is You

CHORUS
No more chasin’ moonbeams – Or catchin’ falling stars
I know now my pot of gold – Is anywhere you [5-7] are
My heart won’t miss you – My heart goes with you [1-7]
Loneliness is emptiness – [5-7] But Happiness Is You

I tried to doubt you – And live without you
Tried to deny – That I love you like I do
But I realize now – And I’ll admit it
You’ll always be a part of me – ‘Cause Happiness Is You

CHORUS
No more chasin’ moonbeams – Or catchin’ falling stars
I know now my pot of gold – Is anywhere you [5-7] are
My heart won’t miss you – My heart goes with [1-7] you
Loneliness is emptiness – [5-7] And Happiness Is You

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