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You Can’t Get There From Here by Lee Roy Parnell Ukulele Chords


YOU CAN’T GET THERE FROM HERE
Lee Roy Parnell
October 23, 2003

Capo 4th Fret

Intro: (G) (G) (G) (G)

In a (G) heartbroken town, you were (C) lucky you found
True (D) love – but that (C) wasn’t enou(G)gh (D)
Your eyes (G) started to stary, and you (C) wandered away
Now you’re (D) worried, ’cause you’ve (C) run out of (G) love
And as the (Am) night turns (C/B) lonely and (D) black
You would (C/B) trade your (C) last day, just to (C/B) find your way (D) back

(C/B) Oh, but (C) you
Can’t (D) get there from (G) here
It is all with(C/B)in (C) view
So (D) painfully (G) near
The saddest (C/B) of (C) truths
Has (D) all become (Em) clear
The (D) world you can’t (C) hold
Is the one you let (Dsus) go (D)
(C/B) Oh, and (C) you can’t (D) get there from (G) here

[(G)] [(G)]
Now the (G) one you did wrong, took it (C) hard and moved on
‘Till she (D) found a heart that was (C) honest and (G) true (D)
You pret(G)end you don’t care, when you (C) see her somewhere
A sh(D)ine in the eyes of her (C) somebody (G) new
While in(Am)side, it (C/B) hurts you so (D) much
To (C/B) know you can (C) look, but you (C/B) know you can’t (D) touch

(C/B) Oh, ’cause (C) you
Can’t (D) get there from (G) here
It is all with(C/B)in (C) view
So (D) painfully (G) near
The saddest (C/B) of (C) truths
Has (D) all become (Em) clear
The (D) world you can’t (C) hold
Is the one you let (Dsus) go (D)
(C/B) Oh, and (C) you can’t (D) get there from (G) here

In a (Bm) moment you can alter a (C) lifetime
And (C/B) spend a (C) lifetime trying to (G) find your way (D) back

(C/B) Oh, but (C) you
Can’t (D) get there from (G) here
It is all with(C/B)in (C) view
So (D) painfully (G) near
The saddest (C/B) of (C) truths
Has (D) all become (Em) clear
The (D) world you can’t (C) hold
Is the one you let (Dsus) go (D)
(C/B) Oh, and (C) you can’t (D) get there from (G) here

[(G)] [(G)] [(G)] [(G)]

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Family Tree by Lee Roy Parnell Ukulele Chords


Family Tree
written by Durocher/Smith
3/11/06

INTRO: E A B E

I was a little bit different, always ahead of my time
And my daddy said son you’re headin’ for a life of crime
And my mama tells me I’m a curse of the neighborhood
But I won’t change now even if I thought I could

Well I left my home on the day I was 21
Folks at home refer to me as prodigal son
Small times, small change never did agree with me
So I went out on a limb and fell off of the family tree

CHORUS:
Now I’m makin’ you a promise, and you can take it to the witness stand
When I get a chance, I’ll see you just as soon as I can
Hey do you miss me ma, daddy do you still love me
‘Cause I went out on a limb and fell off of the family tree

INTRO

Now I must admit that your little boy’s havin’ fun
And I don’t expect you to forgive all the things I’ve done
Hey but believe me ma, I’ve learned me a thing or two
I wouldn’t be here now if it wasn’t for my daddy and you

CHORUS

Hey do you miss me ma, daddy do you still love me
‘Cause I went out on a limb and fell off of the family tree
Yeah I went out on a limb and fell off of the family tree

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Road Scholar by Lee Roy Parnell Ukulele Chords


this is played in a 12 bar blues shuffle and I’ll try to get the intro up soon.

intro

I grew up in texas on the great high plains – repeat intro
A silvertone guitar was all i had to my name – repeat intro
At seventeen i left and i never looked back- repeat intro
Yeah just me and my guitar and my pontiac- repeat intro

CHORUS
A(strum normal)
Well i never went to college but i got a degree
D(strum normal)
Hey i’m a road scholar i gotta make my music
I was born to sing and play
Yeah i’m a road scholar how i love to hear the wheels whine
Rolling down that old highway
B(strum normal)
Well the roadhouse was my schoolhouse
A(strum normal)
That’s where i paid my dues
E(strum once) D(strum once)
I got a master’s in rhythm and a minor in soul
B(strum once)
And a phd in the blues

repeat intro

My teachers were the killer and the hound dog man – repeat intro
My classmates consisted of a five-piece band – repeat intro
A(strum normal)
Yeah my dormitory was a string of cheap hotels – repeat intro
But i survived it all and i’m alive and well – repeat intro

CHROUS

( guitar solo)

CHORUS

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I Had to Let It Go by Lee Roy Parnell Ukulele Chords


written by Will Jennings and Lee Roy Parnell
3/13/06

INTRO: G

Last time I saw Laura, she was dancin’ at the Mardi Gras
Every man in New Orleans was sayin’ ooh la la
The way she used to love me, make a dead man walk
Tore me up just to see her move, and I loved to hear her talk

CHORUS:
I had to let it go, I had to let it go
Oh I mighta missed Heaven, but then you never know
I had to let it go, I had to let it [Em-C]go

Last time I saw whiskey, it was callin’ out my name
I said whiskey you know I love you, but we’ll never be the same
You used to take me with you thru the nights that had no end
One night when you weren’t lookin, Lord I snuck around the bend

CHORUS:
I had to let it go, I had to let it go
Well that ain’t the road to Heaven, that’s one thing I do know
I had to let it go, I had to let it [Em-C]go

Last time I saw Reno, so down on my luck
I sweet talked a cocktail waitress into loanin’ me a buck
By the time the night was over and I handed back the dice
Picked up my winnin’s and I kissed that waitress twice

CHORUS:
I had to let it go, I had to let it go
I mighta rolled another seven, but then you never know
I had to let it go, I had to let it [Em-C]go
Alright let it go now

Life is just a puzzle inside a mystery
Your idea of Heaven might look like hell to me
I just keep on movin’ you see I never had a choice
Singin’ out these stories in this ragged down-home voice

CHORUS:
I never let it go, I never let it go
I might even get to Heaven, but then you never know
I never let it go, I never let it [Em-C]go
Oh no no no

I’m never letting go, I’m never letting go
I might even get to Heaven but then you never know
I never let it go, no no

OUTRO: G C (repeat out)

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On the Road by Lee Roy Parnell Ukulele Chords


Sung Key: Ab
Capo 1st Fret play these chords: [(Ab)](G) [(Db)](C) [(Eb7)](D7) [(Fm)](Em)

Intro: Ab Db Ab Db Ab Db Ab Db
Guit Solo: Ab Db Ab Db Ab Db Ab Db

There’s a (Ab)sad young (Db)wife never (Ab)had a life (Db)
Her (Ab)mother says she (Db)married young (Ab) (Db)
And her (Ab)husband’s a (Db)fool never (Ab)listened to (Db)
(Ab)All the things she’s (Db)never done (Ab)
So she (Eb7)packs up that (Db)old Ford (Ab)Fairlane
She’s (Eb7)had about (Db)all she can (Ab)bare
A (Eb7)suitcase, a(Db) hope, and a (Ab)hard rain,
She’s (Db)gonna find it all some(Eb7)where

Chorus:

On the (Ab)road (Db)
Where the night is (Eb7)black
On the (Ab)road (Db)
Where you don’t look (Eb7)back
There’s a (Fm)white line in the (Db)distance
Where it’s (Ab)going (Eb7)nobody (Db)knows
If it’s (Ab)any(Eb7)where you’ll (Db)find it
On the (Ab)road

There’s a teenage kid no matter what he did
Nobody ever understands
And he don’t measure up and he’s had enough
Can’t be his daddy’s little man
So he pulls out that hot rod Chevy
Puts in his favorite cassette
Well he ain’t goin’ to no college
The world is waitin’ up ahead

Chorus

Eddie and Jill got time to kill
The kids they never come around
And a gold-plated watch was all he got
When the company shut his life down
So he takes out that old Airstream
They don’t know where they’re bound
Sixty-five years and still searchin’
For something that they never found

Chorus

On the road

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Every Night’s a Saturday Night by Lee Roy Parnell Ukulele Chords

Capo 1

1.My ole boss man just can’t understand
Says overnight I’m a brand new man
Workin’ with a smile on my face that won’t go away
I guess he just don’t know what love can do
All the time I’m smilin’ I’m thinking ’bout you
I punch that clock and say here’s another lucky day

C.I used to live my life for Friday at five
And dread that ole blue Monday
Now you make every night a Saturday night
And every day is Sunday

2.They say happiness is all in your mind
We all make our own paradise
All it takes is faith and a positive attitude
Well, I have to agree with that philosophy
‘Cause that’s just the way it happened to me
Everything in my life turned around when I found you

C.

B.Now when the weekend rolls aorund
You won’t find me out on the town
There ain’t nothing better for me to do
Than lay around and love on you

C.

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Oughta Be a Law by Lee Roy Parnell Ukulele Chords


Oughta Be A Law
written by Nicholson/Penn
3/11/06

INTRO: C

CHORUS (2x):
There oughta be law
Oughta be a law ya’ll
Yeah there oughta be a law against anybody walkin’ that way

The way she moves is a movin’ violation
It just ain’t right, what she’s doin’ to me
She walked by, stole my attention
You know it makes me wanna lock the girl up and throw away the key

CHORUS

Drivin’ home, she turned me around
I had to make the block, come back and check it out again
Blood-red dress and dangerous curves
When she flashed a smile at me it threw me into a spin

CHORUS

SOLO (CHORUS chords 2x)

BRIDGE:
Stoppin’ traffic up and down the street
Makin’ a wreck of every man she meets
Somebody oughta go and call the police
She’s disturbin’ the peace

CHORUS

TAG:
She oughta get a citation for all the excitation
Go before the judge and jury for causin’ such a fury
There oughta be some kinda law ya’ll
Yeah there oughta be some law ya’ll
Gonna lock that girl up, keep her all to myself

OUTRO (repeat out): C Bb F C

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Squeeze Me In by Lee Roy Parnell Ukulele Chords


Squeeze Me In
written by Delbert McClinton and Gary Nicholson
3/15/06

INTRO: E

Honey I know you’ve got a good job, you’re out there makin’ all that dough
But they keep ya late workin’ that overtime and I don’t ever see ya no more
I guess you’re not checkin’ your message machine, seems like you’re never in
I got a hunch if we could just do lunch, I could get your attention again
I know you got your schedule and you’re keepin’ it tight
You got somethin’ goin’ mornin’ noon and night
I got somethin’ I know you’re gonna like
Honey can you squeeze me in

I got it circled in red on my calendar baby, you told me that tonight’s the night
I got the champaign chilled, got the gourmet meal, soft music and candle light
I tried to get you on the phone, I get stuck on hold, I guess you keep gettin side tracked
I keep faxin’ you love notes all day long, but you don’t ever fax me back
I know you got your schedule and you’re keepin’ it tight
You got somethin’ goin’ mornin’ noon and night
I got somethin’ I know you’re gonna like
Honey can you squeeze me in

CHORUS:
Whoever said it’s a man’s world don’t know what they’re talkin’ about
You got me workin’ around the clock, honey tryin’ to figure you out
I know that time is money but there is more to life honey than how much you can spend
You got to make a little time for the good times, honey can you squeeze me in

SOLO

CHORUS

You got to make a little time for the good time
Honey can you squeeze me in

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Saved by the Grace of Your Love by Lee Roy Parnell Ukulele Chords


Lee Roy Parnell – Saved by the grace of your love

Intro – D – Bm – D – G – D – Bm – D/G

(verse)
I’m just a man, that’s all I am,
Hopes and dreams, flesh and bone,

(verse 2)
And though my friends may desert me,
And life may hurt me, I know I’m never alone, cause

(chorus)
I’m saved by the grace of your love,
I’m born again in the warmth of your touch,
All my faults and my failures don’t amount to that much,
Loving you is always enough,
You see I’m saved by the grace of your lov[Bm-D-G-D-Bm-D/G]e,

(verse 3)
And when I fall, tryin’ all I can,
To find the better man in me,

(verse 4)
I’m never down so low, cause you always let me know,
That who I am is all I need to be, yes

(chorus)
I’m saved by the grace of your love,
I’m born again in the warmth of your touch,
All my faults and my failures don’t amount to that much,
Loving you is always enough,
You see I’m saved by the grace of your love,

(bridge)
Let your light surround me,
And I’m so glad that you found me,

Lead chords – D – G – D – Bm – A)

(ending verse)
All my faults and my failures don’t amount to that much,
Loving you is always enough,
You see I’m saved by the grace of your love,

(outro – D – Bm – D – G – D Bm – D/G – D)

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Family Tree by Lee Roy Parnell Ukulele Chords

Family Tree
written by Durocher/Smith
3/11/06

INTRO: E A B E

I was a little bit different, always ahead of my time
And my daddy said son you’re headin’ for a life of crime
And my mama tells me I’m a curse of the neighborhood
But I won’t change now even if I thought I could

Well I left my home on the day I was 21
Folks at home refer to me as prodigal son
Small times, small change never did agree with me
So I went out on a limb and fell off of the family tree

CHORUS:
Now I’m makin’ you a promise, and you can take it to the witness stand
When I get a chance, I’ll see you just as soon as I can
Hey do you miss me ma, daddy do you still love me
‘Cause I went out on a limb and fell off of the family tree

INTRO

Now I must admit that your little boy’s havin’ fun
And I don’t expect you to forgive all the things I’ve done
Hey but believe me ma, I’ve learned me a thing or two
I wouldn’t be here now if it wasn’t for my daddy and you

CHORUS

Hey do you miss me ma, daddy do you still love me
‘Cause I went out on a limb and fell off of the family tree
Yeah I went out on a limb and fell off of the family tree

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