If you are searching for Medicine Blues ukulele chords, you have visit to the right site.
You can play versatile instrument Medicine Blues using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Simon Joyner can also be played by that instruments.
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Medicine Blues chords has rhythm and included in Skeleton Blues (2006) 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.

Medicine Blues by Simon Joyner Ukulele Chords

This is a very easy song to play, just three chords played in blues progression.
is easily figured out by listening to the song. This is obviously ust the backbone of the song.
I’m not sure about the outro, I think it’s just fingerpicking the same chords with slighty different timing.

Chords

B (799877)
E (022100)
[F#(244322)]


Hey helpless brothers, I?m talking to thee
Forget Indian summer and your dreams of the sea


I was confiding in the toilet, you see I?m a prisoner of war


My echo said, stop me if you?ve heard this one before

If you want to get laid go strut for the bomb

Because everybody wants her and no one is wrong

What color is the ocean after the oil
It?s the color of the sky cooked in aluminum foil
But the Shakespeare cape with the tattered seams
Suits a prince just fine when he?s suicidal and mean
So go find me a father who needs to be killed
And a mother who cheats and some blood can be spilled

Briefing the murderer under a bulb
The lawyer asked the maggot don?t you want to get old?
Because you can go down dignified and pay for your sins
Or you can learn to lean on me and everybody wins
So tell me whose your uncle and how do you plead?
Don?t look down at your shoes kid, it?s time to look up to me

If you can?t see my mirror I cannot see you
That?s what the officer explained to the Jew
But maybe the lines which define us are just ditches in our heads
Besides I never had the privilege of any brown sugar in my bed
But I?ve been to the doctor and he swears he can fix my nose
So I traded in my bible for a catalog of clothes

The Noble Lady, Noble Savage, Noble Negro, Noble Poor
They don?t cruise the boulevard on their halos anymore
They were forced underground when the towers collapsed
For carrying an imaginary cross on their backs
But don?t worry they?ve been beaten, sterilized and cannot breed
They sing Home on the Range around a barrel in Queens

Well here?s to the era fill in the blank
And to all of the terror-filled lives of the saints
And to Aesop, Confucius, Aristotle and Calvin
And to the marble pillars that humored cuckolded Samson
As for me I was betrayed the moment I asked myself, why?
When I put down my basket of berries and stared up at the sky

Where?s my medicine, my sweet medicine?
All of this time I thought I was fine
Until I woke up trying to crawl out of my skin
Tell me, where?s my medicine?

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To play the this songs, including Medicine Blues by Simon Joyner 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 My Side of the Blues ukulele chords, you have come to the right site.
You can play versatile instrument My Side of the Blues using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Simon Joyner can also be played by that instruments.
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My Side of the Blues chords has rhythm and included in Skeleton Blues (2006) 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.

My Side of the Blues by Simon Joyner Ukulele Chords


I don’t know the names of some of the chords and whatnot, so here’s how I play
themnote that you only briefly touch on E? and B? and could avoid them if you
found it easier to play.

CHORDS:

E|-0—-0—————–0—-0—-1————–|
B|-1—-1——2—–3—-1—-1—-3————–|
G|-2—-0——3—–4—-0—-3—-2————–|
D|-3—-2——4—–5—-0—-2—-3————–|
A|——0—————–2—-3—-0————–|
E|——0—————–0—-0—-0————–|

F E? F#2 G2 B? C? F?

INTRO: C E? F C, C E? F F#2 G2
C E? F C B? Am, G F, F E? C

C E? F C
When the days go drifting backwards
C E? F G
and old friends’ voices chew the air.
C E? F C B? Am
Well, the shells make my ears get seasick –
G F E? C
I know the ocean isn’t really living there.

C E? F C
And the pendulum doesn’t swing for passion,
C E? F G
and even horror can’t make those stubborn hands freeze.
C E? F C B? Am
But sometimes just a soft light lit in a bedroom
G F E? C
can bring a tired traveller to his knees.

C E? F C E? F
She said, “If you come to me, I’ll make it easy.
C E? F C E? F
If you come to me, I’ll make it easy for you.
So when you come to me, you can breathe freely.
And I’ll let you stand a while on my side,
stand a while on my side,
C G2 F C C?
stand a while on my side of the blues.”

F F?

C E? F C
Well, praise be to the rolling graveyards,
C E? F G
and to the heroes with their necklaces of seaweed.
C E? F C B? Am
Cinderella’s got to be home before midnight
G F E? C
so St. Christopher don’t ever have to leave.

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C E? F C
And here’s a toast to all the furious seasons
C E? F G
that went and stole the blood out of baby’s cheeks.
C E? F C B? Am
Though she was a one who always come so close to smiling,
G F E? C
she made crying seem like Christmas Eve.

C E? F C E? F
And she said, “If you come to me, I’ll make it easy.
C E? F C E? F
If you come to me, I’ll make it easy for you.
So when you come to me, you can breathe freely.
And I’ll let you stand a while on my side,
stand a while on my side,
C G2 F C C?
stand a while on my side of the blues.”

F F?

C E? F C
Well, a tattooed body wrote himself into a fable,
C E? F G
the story of the pine needle and the sheep.
C E? F C B? Am
They found him hibernating beneath the coffee table.
G F E? C
It turned out it was actually a human sleep.

C E? F C
And the trees forgave the fire that went on burning,
C E? F G
’til hope was all it left when the smoke cleared.
C E? F C B? Am
I’ll forgive her body for deserting
G F E? C
as soon as I recall why mine’s still here

C E? F C E? F
She said, “If you come to me, I’ll make it easy.
C E? F C E? F
If you come to me, I’ll make it easy for you.
So when you come to me, you can breathe freely.
And I’ll let you stand a while on my side,
stand a while on my side,
C G2 F C C?
stand a while on my side of the blues.”

F F?

C E? F C
So the days launch forward leaving memories,
C E? F G
dragging swollen clouds across a robin’s egg.
C E? F C B? Am
Like the beggar, I know I’m bound to get clean eventually
if I just keep walking up and down the street.
F E? C
Up and the down the street.

To play the most songs, including My Side of the Blues by Simon Joyner 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.