If you are searching for Borrowed Minivans ukulele chords, you already come to the best place.
You can play versatile instrument Borrowed Minivans using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Julie Doiron can also be played by that instruments.

Borrowed Minivans chords has rhythm and included in I Can Wonder What You Did With Your Day (2009) album.
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Borrowed Minivans by Julie Doiron Ukulele Chords

Tp play the C-chords in before the words start and in between, just lift your
finger on the b string to make it open (if your playing an open C as in 032010)
I think this is pretty right…

All of this town seems drunk tonight
And I’m looking for your hand
The girls i see now are driving around
In borrowed minivans

They’re wearing tanktops and knee-high pants
And laughingly singing out loud
They’re running around this old town
Looking for their man

Some of the people seem lost tonight
With all their drunken hands in flight
So take me to the country land
It’s time for us to make our stand
And it’s time to make some music right
We’ll know each other better tonight

So carry me out past the place i live
I think I’m ready I’m ready to give
You anything everything little and big
I’m ready I’m ready I’m ready to live

We’re leaving the land of buried barns
To wet basement apartments and into our arms
Flying in bursts through the watery parks
We’ll fly on our bikes in this dark dark dark dark

And all of the people are with us tonight
And all of their hopeful plans
So take me to the countryside so we can make our stand

And it’s time to make some music right
Time to make this land feel bright
And it’s time to use our hands for right
And make this place feel bright tonight

To play the this songs, including Borrowed Minivans by Julie Doiron 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 a lot of songs, and each of them is easy to learn.