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Coyote chords has rhythm and included in Hejira (1976) album.
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Coyote by Joni Mitchell Ukulele Chords


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#Date: Tue, 5 Sep 1995 20:59:59 -1000
#From: Harlan L Thompson
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#COYOTE- Joni Mitchell
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#Tuning: C G D F C E
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[Dm11/C] [Dm11/C] [Dm11/C] [Dm11/C]
N[Dm9/Eb]o regrets Coyote, w[Fmaj9/G]e just come from such different sets of cir[Dm11/C]cumstance
I’m up all night in the studio[Dm11/C] while you’re up [Am11/G]early on your ranch
You’ll b[Gm11/F]e brushing out a brood mare’s tail w[Gm11/F]hile the sun is ascending
And I’ll just be getting home with my [Dm11/C]reel to reel,[Dm9/Eb] there’s no comprehending
[Fmaj9/G]Just how close to the bone and the skin and the eyes and the lips
You can[Dm11/C] get and[Am11/G] still feel so alone, [Gm11/F]and still feel related
[Gm11/F]Like stations in some relay, you’re not a
Hit and run driver[Dm11/C] no, no, [Dm9/Eb]racing away
[Fmaj9/G]You just picked up a hitcher, a prisoner of the white lines on the freeway [Dm11/C]
[Dm11/C] [Dm11/C] [Dm11/C] [Dm11/C]
We saw a farmhouse burning down, in the middle of nowhere in the middle of the night
And we rolled right past that tragedy, till we rolled into some roadhouse lights
Where a local band was playin’, locals were kickin’ and shakin’ on the floor
The next thing I know that Coyote’s at my door
He pins me in the corner and he won’t take “No!”
He drags me out on the dance floor and we’re dancin’ close and slow
Now he’s got a woman at home, he’s got another woman down the hall
And he seems to want me anyway
Why’d you have to get so drunk and lead me on that way
You just picked up a hitcher, a prisoner of the white lines on the freeway
I looked the Coyote right in the face on the road to Baljennie near my old home town
He went runnin’ through the whisker wheat, chasin’ some prize down
And a hawk was playin with him, Coyote was jumpin’ straight up and makin’ passes
He had those same eyes just like yours under your dark glasses
Privately probing the public rooms, peeking through keyholes in numbered doors
Where the players lick their wounds and take their temporary lovers
And their pills and powders to get them through this passion play
No regrets Coyote, I just get off up aways
You just picked up a hitcher, a prisoner of the white lines on the freeway
Coyote’s in the coffee shop, he’s staring a hole in his scrambled eggs
He picks up my scent on his fingers while he’s watching the waitresses legs
He’s too far from the Bay of Fundy, Appaloosas and eagles and tides
And the air conditioned cubicles and the carbon ribbon rides
Are spelling it out so clear
Either he’s gonna have to stand and fight or take off out of here
I tried to run away myself, to run away and wrestle with my ego
And with this flame, you put here in this Eskimo
In this hitcher, in this prisoner, of the fine white lines
Of the white lines on the free, free way
CHORDS:
[Dm11/C] [Dm9/Eb] [Fmaj9/G] [Am11/G] [Gm11/F]


E --0------0------0-------0-------7-----7-----5-----5-----|
C --0------2------0-------0-------7-----7-----5-----5-----|
F --0------2------0-------2-------7-----9-----5-----7-----|
D --0------2------0-------3-------7-----9-----5-----7-----|
G --0------0------5-------0-------7-----7-----5-----5-----|
C --0------0------3---------------7-----7-----5-----5-----|

NOTE: This is just a cleaned up, lyrics added version of what Howard
Wright posted before.

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Trouble Child by Joni Mitchell Ukulele Chords

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[Verse 1]
[B/A]Up in a sterilised room where they let you be (Intro) la-a-zy.
[D/A]Knowing your attitude’s all wrong and you got to change and that’s not (Intro) ea-sy.
Dragon shining with all values known. (short riff)
Dazzling you keeping your from your own. (short riff)
[D/A]Where is the lion in you to defy him when you’re this weak and this (Intro) spa-cy?

[Verse 2]
[B/A]So what are you going to do about it? You can’t live life and you can’t (Intro) leave it.
[D/A]Advice and religion – you can’t take it. You can’t seem to (Intro) believe it.
The peacock is afraid to parade.
You’re under the thumb of the maid.
You [D/A]really can’t give love in this condition. Still you know how you (Intro) need it

[Chorus 1]
They open and close [Emaj7/G#]you and they talk like they know you, they don’t know you.
They’re friends and they’re foes t[Emaj7/G#]oo. Trouble child
Bsus B4 E E9+7 arpeggio Intro
breaking like the waves at Malibu

[Verse 3]
So [B/A]why does it come as such a shock to know you really have (Intro) no one?
[D/A]Only a river of changing faces looking for an (Intro) ocean
They trickle through your leaky plans
another dream over the dam
And you’re [D/A]lying in some room feeling like your right to be human is going over too.

[Chorus 2]
Well, some are going to knock [Emaj7/G#]you,
[Emaj7/G#]and some’ll try an’ clock you.
You know it’s really hard to talk sense to [Emaj7/G#]you, Trouble child
Bsus B4 E E9+7 arpeggio Intro
breaking like the waves at Malibu

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Help Me by Joni Mitchell Ukulele Chords


(Verse)
Help me, I think I’m falling
In love again.
When I get that crazy feeling, I know I’m in trouble again,
I’m in trouble,’Cause you’re a ramblin’ and a gamblin’ and a sweet-talking ladies man,
And you love your lovin’,
Not like you love your freedom.

(Verse)
Help me, I think I’m falling,
In love too fast.
It’s got me hoping for the future, And worrying about the past,
Cause I’ve seen some hot, hot blazes come down in smoking ash.
We love our lovin’,
Not like we love our freedom.

(Bridge)
Didn’t it feel good, just sitting there talking, Or lying there not talking, didn’t it feel good?
You danced with the lady with a hole in her stocking.
Didn’t it feel good? Didn’t it feel good?
Didn’t it feel good? Didn’t it feel good?
Didn’t it feel good? Didn’t it feel good?

(Verse)
Help me, I think I’m falling,
in love with you,
Are you going to make me go there by myself? That’s such a lonely thing to do.
Both of us flirting around, flirting, and flirting, hurting, too.
We love our lovin’,
Not like we love our freedom.

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That Song About the Midway by Joni Mitchell Ukulele Chords



I met you on a midway at a fair last year
And you stood out like a ruby in a black man’s ear
You were playing on the horses, you were playing on the guitar strings
You were playing like a devil wearing wings

Wearing wings
You looked so grand wearing wings
Do you tape them to your shoulders just to sing?
Can you fly?
I heard you can! Can you fly?
Like an eagle doin’ your hunting from the sky


I followed with the sideshows to another town
And I found you in a trailer on the camping grounds
You were betting on some lover, you were shaking up the dice
And I thought I saw you cheating once or twice

Once or twice
I heard your bid once or twice
Were you wondering was the gamble worth the price
Pack it in
I heard you did! Pack it in
Was it hard to fold a hand you knew could win


So lately you’ve been hiding, it was somewhere in the news
And I’m still at these races with my ticket stubs and my blues
And a voice calls out the numbers, and it sometimes mentions mine
And I feel like I’ve been working overtime

Overtime
I’ve lost my fire overtime
Always playin’ one more hand for one more dime
Slowin’ down I’m gettin’ tired!
Slowin’ down
And I envy you the valley that you’ve found
‘Cause I’m midway down the midway
Slowin’ down, down, down, down

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Let the Wind Carry Me by Joni Mitchell Ukulele Chords

Let the Wind Carry Me: Joni Mitchell

>>CAP0 2ND FRET.
Chords (in relation to capo):
C: X32010
Cmaj7: X32000
D: XX0232
D/E: 000232
Em: 022000
Em (in verses 1&4): 0XX342
Em7: 0X0433
Eb: X54030
F: XX3211
F/D: XX0121
G: 320003
Gsus2: 3X0203
Gm7/D: XX0675

Intro: Em ‘ D ‘ C (3x)
Cmaj7 ‘ Em

Papa’s faith i[D/E]s people,
Mama, she believes in cleanin’.
[Gm7/D] Papa'[F/D]s faith is in p[Gm7/D]eo- – -ple,
[F/D] [Gm7/D] [F/D] [Gm7/D] [F/D]

Ma- -ma, she’s al- – – – – -ways clea- – – -nin’.

Papa brought home the sugar,
Mama taught me the dee[Gm7/D]- – -per meanin’.

F/D ‘ Gm7/D ‘ Gsus2 ‘ G ‘ Cmaj7

[Gm7/D]She don’t like m[F/D]y kick-pleat skirt,
Eb Gm7/D F/D ‘ Gm7/D ‘ F/D
She don’t like my eyelids pain-ted green
She don’t like me stayin[D/E]’ up late in my high-heeled sho[D/E]es,
Livin’ for that rock-n’-r[D/E]oll dancin’ scene.
[D/E] Papa says, ’Leave the girl alone mother,
She’s lookin’ like a Mo- – vie Queen.’

[Gm7/D]Mama thinks she [F/D]spoilt me.
Eb Gm7/D F/D ‘ Gm7/D ‘ F/D
Papa knows somehow he set me free
Mama thinks she spoilt me [D/E]rotten
She blames herself[D/E]
But Papa, he [D/E] blesses me.
[D/E] It’s a rough road to travel, Mama
Let go now, it's always called for me.

Some-times I get that [D/E]feeling
And I want to settle and raised a child up with somebody.
[Gm7/D] I [F/D]get that strong long[Gm7/D]- – -ing
And I [F/D]want to [Gm7/D]set- tle and [F/D]raise a child[Gm7/D] up with som[F/D]ebody
But it passes like the summer
I’m a wild seed again, let the wind carry me.

Gm7/D ‘ F/D ‘ Gm7/D ‘ Gsus2 ‘ G ‘ Cmaj7

To play the most songs, including Let the Wind Carry Me by Joni Mitchell 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 many of songs, and each of them is easy to learn.

If you are searching for Let the Wind Carry Me ukulele chords, you have come to the best site.
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This song by Joni Mitchell can also be played by that instruments.
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Let the Wind Carry Me chords has rhythm and included in For the Roses (1972) album.
You can also get other musical style, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Let the Wind Carry Me by Joni Mitchell Ukulele Chords


Let the Wind Carry Me: Joni Mitchell

>>CAP0 2ND FRET.
Chords (in relation to capo):
C: X32010
Cmaj7: X32000
D: XX0232
D/E: 000232
Em: 022000
Em (in verses 1&4): 0XX342
Em7: 0X0433
Eb: X54030
F: XX3211
F/D: XX0121
G: 320003
Gsus2: 3X0203
Gm7/D: XX0675

Intro: Em ‘ D ‘ C (3x)
Cmaj7 ‘ Em

Papa’s faith i[D/E]s people,
Mama, she believes in cleanin’.
[Gm7/D] Papa'[F/D]s faith is in p[Gm7/D]eo- – -ple,
[F/D] [Gm7/D] [F/D] [Gm7/D] [F/D]

Ma- -ma, she’s al- – – – – -ways clea- – – -nin’.

Papa brought home the sugar,
Mama taught me the dee[Gm7/D]- – -per meanin’.

F/D ‘ Gm7/D ‘ Gsus2 ‘ G ‘ Cmaj7

[Gm7/D]She don’t like m[F/D]y kick-pleat skirt,
Eb Gm7/D F/D ‘ Gm7/D ‘ F/D
She don’t like my eyelids pain-ted green
She don’t like me stayin[D/E]’ up late in my high-heeled sho[D/E]es,
Livin’ for that rock-n’-r[D/E]oll dancin’ scene.
[D/E] Papa says, ’Leave the girl alone mother,
She’s lookin’ like a Mo- – vie Queen.’

[Gm7/D]Mama thinks she [F/D]spoilt me.
Eb Gm7/D F/D ‘ Gm7/D ‘ F/D
Papa knows somehow he set me free
Mama thinks she spoilt me [D/E]rotten
She blames herself[D/E]
But Papa, he [D/E] blesses me.
[D/E] It’s a rough road to travel, Mama
Let go now, it's always called for me.

Some-times I get that [D/E]feeling
And I want to settle and raised a child up with somebody.
[Gm7/D] I [F/D]get that strong long[Gm7/D]- – -ing
And I [F/D]want to [Gm7/D]set- tle and [F/D]raise a child[Gm7/D] up with som[F/D]ebody
But it passes like the summer
I’m a wild seed again, let the wind carry me.

Gm7/D ‘ F/D ‘ Gm7/D ‘ Gsus2 ‘ G ‘ Cmaj7

To play the this songs, including Let the Wind Carry Me by Joni Mitchell 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 many of songs, and each of them is easy to learn.