If you are searching for First Shot Missed Him ukulele chords, you already come to the best place.
You can play versatile instrument First Shot Missed Him using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Mississippi John Hurt can also be played by that instruments.
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First Shot Missed Him chords has rhythm and included in Last Sessions (1966) album.
You can also get another musical genres, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

First Shot Missed Him by Mississippi John Hurt Ukulele Chords


Mississippi John Hurt (Last Sessions)
tab by Torbjrn Nymo (metonymo @ mail . ru)
(Hurts guitar is tuned down a quarter, he plays somewhere between B and C)

[C(add9)]: . . . : . . .


|-0-------------------0------------------------0---------------------|
|---------3-------1----------------3-------------------3-------------|
|-------------------------------------------------------------[0]----|
|---------2---------------2----------------2---------------2---------|
|-3--------------------------------3---------------3-----------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

[F(add9)]: . . . : . . .


|-------------------------------------------------------------[0]----|
|-1-------------------1------------------------1---------------------|
|---------2-------0------[0]-------2-------0-----------0-------0-----|
|----------------------------------------------------------0---------|
|-------------------------3------------------------3-----------------|
|-1--------------------------------1---------------------------------|

[G(add9)]: . . . : . . .


|-------------------------------------------------------------[0]----|
|-0-------------------0------------------------0--------------------|
|---------2------------------------2-------------------0-------0-----|
|-------------------------0----------------0---------------0-----|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-3---------------3----------------3---------------3-----------------|

sometimes 1

[C(6)]: . . . : . . .


|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-1-------------------1------------------------1---------------------|
|---------2-------0------[0]-------2-------0---------------0---------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-3-----------------------3--------3---------------3-----------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

h hammer down
[] variation

The first shot missed him, a mile away
The last shot got him, so they say
Oh, the last shot got him
Oh, the last shot got him

She cooked good biscuits, so they say

Oh, she cooked good biscuits, so they say

Oh, She got good business, so they say
She got good business, so they say
She got good business
Oh, she got good business

I wanna trade with you, so they say
I wanna trade with you, so they say
Well, wanna trade with you

Oh you got good business, so they say
You got good business, so they say
You got good business
Oh, you got good business

First Shot Missed Him (strumming)

vary the chords with add9 chords, hammering down and letting up:

C x32010 F x33211 G 320003
Cadd9 x32030 Fadd9 x32011 Gadd9 300003
Cadd9 x30010 Fadd9 xx3213 Gadd9 300203

Cadd9 C Cadd9 C Cadd9
The first shot missed him, a mile away
Fadd9 F Fadd9 F Fadd9
The last shot got him, so they say
Gadd9 G Gadd9 G Gadd9
Oh, the last shot got him
Cadd9 C Cadd9 C Cadd9
Oh, the last shot got him

There is also a song called ?The Last Shot Got Him? by Cecil Mack and Chris Smith with
other lyrics than the version by John Hurt. ?The first shot missed him by a nose, and the
shot tore right through his clothes?. Cecil Mack and Chris Smith also tells about the
forth and fifth shot.

To play the this songs, including First Shot Missed Him by Mississippi John Hurt 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 learn.

If you are searching for Louis Collins ukulele chords, you already visit to the right site.
You can play versatile instrument Louis Collins using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Mississippi John Hurt can also be played by that instruments.
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Louis Collins chords has rhythm and included in Folk Songs and Blues (1963) album.
You can also find another musical style, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Louis Collins by Mississippi John Hurt Ukulele Chords


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Louis Collins – Mississippi John Hurt


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Tabbed by: Themanatease
Email: guitarbart@hotmail.com

Tuning: standard

This is how I think Mississippi John Hurt plays it, and I think the tab is pretty accurate.

These are the chords:

This is the tab:


e|-3--3/5-3-1---0-0------3----0-0--3-3---------------0-------0----------|
B|-------------------3/5---------------3-1-1-3-1-------1---0---3-1-1----|
G|----------------------------------------2--2---2-2--------------------|
D|--0-0----0-0---2--------0-0--2--2-2--2-3--3--3--3---2--2--0--0--2--2-2|
A|--------------3-------------3----3-----------------3--3--------3----3-|
E|-3-3----3-3------3-----3-3-----3----3--------------------3--3-----3---|

Repeat the tab over and over again. if the numbers above are too close together,
down here i’ve put them wider apart from each other.


e|-3-----3/5--3---1-----0---0--------3--------0---0-----3---3----|
B|------------------------------3/5---------------------------3--|
G|---------------------------------------------------------------|
D|---0---0------0---0-----2------------0---0----2-----2---2------|
A|----------------------3---------------------3---------3--------|
E|-3---3------3---3-----------3------3---3----------3---------3--|


e|--------------------0--------------0-------------------|
B|-1---1---3-1------------1------0-------3--1---1--------|
G|---2-----2---2---2-------------------------------------|
D|-3-----3---3---3------2-----2----0-----0----2-----2---2|
A|--------------------3-----3---------------3---------3--|
E|-------------------------------3-----3----------3------|

| / slide up

Have fun playing!

To play the this songs, including Louis Collins by Mississippi John Hurt 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 ton of songs, and each of them is easy to learn.

If you are searching for Joe Turner Blues ukulele chords, you have come to the best site.
You can play versatile instrument Joe Turner Blues using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Mississippi John Hurt can also be played by that instruments.
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Joe Turner Blues chords has rhythm and included in Folk Songs and Blues (1963) 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.

Joe Turner Blues by Mississippi John Hurt Ukulele Chords


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Joe Turner Blues – Mississippi John Hurt

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Tabbed by: Dave S.
Email: prime-prine@hotmail.com

Tuning: Standard

Joe Turner is a man I do despise
Joe Turner
Goin around trying to take a mans wife

Joe Turner drove him from my door
Joe Turner drove him from my door
All because that he wont come back no more

Listen Policeman youd better not let him around
Policeman youd better not let him around
If you do Im sure goin to shot him down

Joe Turner a man I do despise
Joe Turner a man I do despise
Goin around trying to take a mans wife

I left Joe Turner Standing in my door
I left Joe
He may steal my good girl oughta known

Joe Turner drove him from my door
I drove Joe Turner I drove him from my door
May steal my good all I know

To play the this songs, including Joe Turner Blues by Mississippi John Hurt 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 ton of songs, and each of them is easy to master.

If you are looking for Poor Boy, Long Ways From Home ukulele chords, you already visit to the right site.
You can play versatile instrument Poor Boy, Long Ways From Home using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Mississippi John Hurt can also be played by that instruments.
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Poor Boy, Long Ways From Home chords has rhythm and included in Last Sessions (1966) album.
You can also get another musical genres, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Poor Boy, Long Ways From Home by Mississippi John Hurt Ukulele Chords

Poor Boy, Long Ways From Home
Mississippi John Hurt (from “Last Sessions”)
tab by torbjrn nymo (metonymo @ mail . ru)

Part I: C C F C

Part II: C C F C

Intro (Part I):


I?m a poor, poor boy, and a long ways from home
feel like I ain?t got no friend

Instrumental: I?II-I

I?m a poor, poor boy, and a long ways from home
feel like I ain?t got no friend

I?m a poor, old boy, and a long ways from home
feel like I ain?t got no friend

Instrumental: II-I

Oh, please, please, let me stay all night
I?m a poor boy, and a long ways from home

Oh, please, please, let me stay all night
I?m a poor boy, and a long ways from home

Instrumental: II-I

Poor Boy, Long Ways From Home
Mississippi John Hurt

Inrto (Part I):
: . . . : . . .


|---------------------3-/-5--3--------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------------------------------1h3------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------2--------------------------------2---------------2---------|
|-3---------------3----------------3---------------3-----------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

F C /g
: . . . : . . .


|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-1---------------------------1--------------------------------------|
|---------------------2----------------------------------------------|
|---------3---------------3----------------2---------------2---------|
|----------------------------------3---------------------------------|
|-1---------------1--------------------------------3-----------------|

: . . . : . . .


|-0-----------3-/-5--3------------0---------------------------------|
|-----------------------------1---------------(0)------3-------------|
|---------0---------------0------------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------------2---------------0---------|
|-3--------------------------------3---------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------3-----------------|

: . . . : . . .


|------------------------------------------------------0-------------|
|-1------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------0-------0-------0----------------------------0---------|
|---------2--------------------------------2-------------------------|
|-3-----------------------2--------3---------------3-----------------|
|-----------------3--------------------------------------------------|

Part II:
: . . . : . . .


|-----3-------3-/-5-/-3------------0-----------0---------------------|
|-1---------------------------1---------------------(1h)3------------|
|---------0---------------0------------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------------2----------------2--------|
|-3--------------------------------3---------------3-----------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

F C /g
: . . . : . . .


|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------1-----------------------------------|
|---------------------2----------------------------------------------|
|---------3---------------3----------------2---------------2---------|
|----------------------------------3---------------------------------|
|-1---------------1--------------------------------3-----------------|

: . . . : . . .


|---------------------0------------3---3(s0)-----------0-------------|
|-1-----------1---------------1--------------------------------3-----|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------2---------------2----------------2---------------2---------|
|-3---------------3----------------3---------------3-----------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

: . . . : . . .


|------------------------------------------------------0-------------|
|(3)--------------------------------------------------------------|
|-----0---------------0-------0----------------------------0---------|
|-0-----------------------0----------------0-------------------------|
|-----------------2--------------------------------------------------|
|---------3------------------------3---------------3-----------------|

Variations:

Part I:
: . . . : . . .


|-------------3-/-5--3------------------------0---------------------|
|--------------------------1---------------------(1h)3------------|
|---------0---------------0------------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------------2---------------2---------|
|-3--------------------------------3---------------3-----------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

F C /g
: . . . : . . .


|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-1---------------------------1--------1-----------------------------|
|---------------------2----------------------------------------------|
|---------3---------------3----------------2---------------2---------|
|----------------------------------3---------------------------------|
|-1---------------1--------------------------------3-----------------|

: . . . : . . .


|----------3-/-5--3------------0---------------------------------|
|-----------------------------1---------------[0]------3-------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------2---------------2----------------2---------------0---------|
|-3--------------------------------3---------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------3-----------------|

: . . . : . . .


|------------------------------------------------------0-------------|
|-1------------------------------------------------------------------|
|------------(0)-----(0)------0---------------------------[0]--------|
|---------2--------------------------------2---------------2---------|
|-3-----------------------2--------3---------------3-----------------|
|-----------------3--------------------------------------------------|

Part II:
: . . . : . . .


|-----3---3--/--5--/--3------------0-----------0---------------------|
|-1---------------------------1---------------------(1h)3------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------------------2----------------2----------------2--------|
|-3--------------------------------3---------------3-----------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

F C /g
: . . . : . . .


|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------1-----------------------------------|
|---------------------2----------------------------------------------|
|---------3---------------3----------------2---------------2---------|
|----------------------------------3---------------------------------|
|-1---------------1--------------------------------3-----------------|

: . . . : . . .


|---------------------0------------3---3(s0)-----------0-------------|
|-1-----------1---------------1--------------------------------3-----|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------2---------------2----------------2---------------2---------|
|-3---------------3----------------3---------------3-----------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

: . . . : . . .


|------------------------------------------------------0-------------|
|(3)--------------------------------------------------------------|
|-----0---------------0-------0----------------------------0---------|
|-0-----------------------0----------------0-------------------------|
|-----------------2--------------------------------------------------|
|---------3------------------------3---------------3-----------------|

Part I:
: . . . : . . .


|-------------3-/-5--3-(s0)-------0-----------0---------------------|
|------------------------------------------------------3-------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------2---------------2----------------2---------------2---------|
|-3--------------------------------3---------------3-----------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

F C /g
: . . . : . . .


|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-1---------------------------1----1----------------------(1)--------|
|---------------------2----------------------------------------------|
|---------3---------------3----------------2---------------2---------|
|----------------------------------3---------------------------------|
|-1---------------1--------------------------------3-----------------|

: . . . : . . .


|-------------3-/-5--3------------0---------------------------------|
|-1---------------------------1----------------0-------3-------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------2---------------2----------------2---------------0---------|
|-3--------------------------------3---------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------3-----------------|

: . . . : . . .


|------------------------------------------------------0-------------|
|-1------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-------------0-------0-------0--------------------------------0-----|
|---------2--------------------------------2---------------2---------|
|-3-----------------------2--------3---------------3-----------------|
|-----------------3--------------------------------------------------|

Part II:
: . . . : . . .


|---------------------3------------0-----------0---------------------|
|-1--------------(1)----------1------------------------3---1---------|
|---------0---------------0------------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------------2---------------2---------|
|-3---------------3----------------3---------------3-----------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

F C /g
: . . . : . . .


|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-----------------------------1---(1)--------------------------------|
|---------------------2----------------------------------------------|
|---------3---------------3----------------2---------------2---------|
|----------------------------------3---------------------------------|
|-1---------------1--------------------------------3-----------------|

: . . . : . . .


|---------------------0------------3---3(s0)-----------0-------------|
|-1-----------1---------------1--------------------------------3-----|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------2---------------2----------------2---------------2---------|
|-3---------------3----------------3---------------3-----------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

: . . . : . . .


|------------------------------------------------------0-------------|
|----------------------------------------------------------1---------|
|---------------------0-------0--------------------------------------|
|-------------------------0----------------0-------------------------|
|-----2-----------2--------------------------------------------------|
|-3-------3------------------------3---------------3-----------------|

Part I:
: . . . : . . .


|-------------3-/-5--3------------------------0---------------------|
|-1-------------------------------(1)---------------(1h)3------------|
|-----------------------------0----------------------------0---------|
|---------2---------------2----------------2-------------------------|
|-3--------------------------------3---------------3-----------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

F C /g
: . . . : . . .


|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-1---------------------------1--------------------------------------|
|---------------------2----------------------------------------------|
|---------3---------------3----------------2---------------2---------|
|----------------------------------3---------------------------------|
|-1---------------1--------------------------------3-----------------|

: . . . : . . .


|-----3-------3-/-5--3------------0---------------------------------|
|-1---------------------------1--------------------0(h)3-------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------2---------------2----------------2---------------0---------|
|-3--------------------------------3---------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------3-----------------|

: . . . : . . .


|------------------------------------------------------0-------------|
|-1------------------------------------------------------------------|
|------------(0)------0-------0----------------------------0---------|
|---------2--------------------------------2-------------------------|
|-3-----------------------2--------3---------------3-----------------|
|-----------------3--------------------------------------------------|

Part II:
: . . . : . . .


|---------------------3------------------------0---------------------|
|-1---------------------------1---(1)---------------(1h)3------------|
|---------0---------------0------------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------------2---------------2---------|
|-3---------------3----------------3---------------3-----------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

F C /g
: . . . : . . .


|----------------------------------0---------------------------------|
|-1---------------------------1--------------------------------------|
|---------------------2----------------------------------------------|
|---------3---------------3----------------2---------------2---------|
|----------------------------------3---------------------------------|
|-1---------------1--------------------------------3-----------------|

: . . . : . . .


|---------------------0------------3---3-------------------0---------|
|-1-----------1---------------1----------------1-------1-------3-----|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------2---------------2----------------2---------------2---------|
|-3---------------3----------------3---------------3-----------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

: . . . : . . .


|------------------------------------------------------0-------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-----2---------------0-------0----------------------------0---------|
|-0-----------------------0----------------0-------------------------|
|-----------------2--------------------------------------------------|
|---------3------------------------3---------------3-----------------|

Coda (Part I):
: . . . : . . .


|-0-------------------3------------------------0---------------------|
|------------------------------1-----------------------3-------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------2---------------2----------------2---------------2---------|
|-3---------------3----------------3---------------3-----------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|

F C /g
: . . . : . . .


|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|-1---------------------------1--------------------------------------|
|---------------------2----------------------------------------------|
|---------3---------------3----------------2---------------2---------|
|----------------------------------3---------------------------------|
|-1---------------1--------------------------------3-----------------|

: . . . : . . .


|-----3-------3-/-5--3------------0---------------------------------|
|-1---------------------------1---------------(0)------3-------------|
|--------------------------------------------------------------------|
|---------2---------------2----------------2---------------0---------|
|-3--------------------------------3---------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------3-----------------|

: . . . : . .


|--------------------------------------0--------------------
|-1-----------------------------------1----------------------
|------------(0)------0-------0------0------------------------
|---------2-------------------------2--------------------------
|-3-----------------------2--------3----------------------------
|-----------------3----------------------------------------------

/ slide up
slide down
h hammer
s release
[] variations

To play the this songs, including Poor Boy, Long Ways From Home by Mississippi John Hurt 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 ton of songs, and each of them is easy to learn.

If you are looking for Praying on the old Camp Ground ukulele chords, you have come to the best site.
You can play versatile instrument Praying on the old Camp Ground using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Mississippi John Hurt can also be played by that instruments.
=

Praying on the old Camp Ground chords has rhythm and included in Other Songs album.
You can also find other musical genres, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Praying on the old Camp Ground by Mississippi John Hurt Ukulele Chords


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Praying on the Old Campground – Mississippi John Hurt

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Tabbed by: Dave S.
Email: prime-prine@hotmail.com

Tuning: Standard

There is preaching tonight, preaching tonight.
Preaching on the old camp grounds.
There is preaching tonight
Preaching on the old camp grounds.

There is singing tonight, singing tonight.
Singing on the old camp grounds.
There is singing tonight,
There is singing on the old camp grounds.

There is moaning tonight, moaning tonight.
Moaning on the old camp grounds.
There is moaning tonight, moaning tonight.
There is moaning on the old camp grounds.

There is preaching tonight, preaching tonight.
Preaching on the old camp grounds.
There is preaching tonight
Preaching on the old camp grounds.

There is praying tonight, praying tonight.
Praying on the old camp grounds.
There is praying tonight, praying tonight.
There is praying on the old camp grounds.

To play the most songs, including Praying on the old Camp Ground by Mississippi John Hurt 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 a lot of songs, and each of them is easy to learn.

If you are searching for Hey Baby Right Away ukulele chords, you’ve come to the right place.
You can play versatile instrument Hey Baby Right Away using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Mississippi John Hurt can also be played by that instruments.
=

Hey Baby Right Away chords has rhythm and included in Avalon Blues (1963) album.
You can also find another musical style, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Hey Baby Right Away by Mississippi John Hurt Ukulele Chords

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Hey Baby Right Away – Mississippi John Hurt

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Tabbed by: Dave S.
Email: prime-prine@hotmail.com

Tuning: Standard

Hey hey honey right away
Hey honey right away
Right away baby right away
Hey honey right away

You told me youd marry
Honey right away
Hey baby right away

I want to go to the courthouse
Get our license read
Hey baby right away
Right away baby right away
Hey honey right away

Right away baby right away
Hey baby right away

To play the this songs, including Hey Baby Right Away by Mississippi John Hurt 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 a lot of songs, and each of them is easy to learn.

If you are searching for Moaning the Blues ukulele chords, you already come to the best place.
You can play versatile instrument Moaning the Blues using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Mississippi John Hurt can also be played by that instruments.
=

Moaning the Blues chords has rhythm and included in The Immortal Mississippi John Hurt (1967) album.
You can also find another musical genres, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Moaning the Blues by Mississippi John Hurt Ukulele Chords

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Moaning the Blues – Mississippi John Hurt

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Tabbed by: Dave S.
Email: prime-prine@hotmail.com

Tuning: Standard

Oh Sweet Baby
Yes try me one more time
No no baby I don’t want to go
No no baby
Honey you might do me like you did before

That girl in Avalon yes shes moanin cryin
Left my girl in Avalon
Left my girl in Avalon yes shes moanin cryin

Yea I don’t want to go
Naw Naw Baby
Honey you might do me like you did before

To play the this songs, including Moaning the Blues by Mississippi John Hurt 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 master.