Hope Princeton Road by James Keelaghan Ukulele Chords

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If you are looking for Hope Princeton Road ukulele chords, you’ve come to the right place.
You can play versatile instrument Hope Princeton Road using ukulele or guitar.
This song by James Keelaghan can also be played by that instruments.
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Hope Princeton Road chords has rhythm and included in My Skies (1993) album.
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Hope Princeton Road by James Keelaghan Ukulele Chords

CAPO: 4th Fret

INTRO: C

It’s always at sunset, the Hope Princeton Road
You come to mind and that lightens my load

The darkness is gathering the clouds overhead
I’m thinking about you and something you said
There’s something you said that stands out in my mind
You said I was lonely, that made me unkind
You said I should buck up and shoulder the load
Those words made some sense on the Hope Princeton Road

It’s always at sunset, the Hope Princeton Road
Spirits are high, but the ceiling is low

I’m anticipating your bright smiling face
The pleasures awaiting me inside your place
Well, inside your place there’ll be food and a drink
Well, something cool, maybe a tonic I think
Or maybe some tunes on your new stereo
To counter the hum of the Hope Princeton Road

INSTRUMENTAL: F C F C G

It’s always at sunset, the Hope Princeton Road
My heart beat is racing, my speed is controlled

I know that you’re waiting an hour ahead
But this part is endless, you’ve oft heard it said
You’ve oft heard it said that life is a road
It turns and it straightens, it’s fast and it’s slow
But all that’s no comfort, for right now I know
My life is contained on the Hope Princeton Road

It’s always at sunset, the Hope Princeton Road
You come to mind and that lightens my load

The darkness is gathering the clouds overhead
I’m thinking about you and something you said
There’s something you said that stands out in my mind
You said I was lonely, that made me unkind
You said I should buck up and shoulder the load
Those words made some sense on the Hope Princeton Road

To play the this songs, including Hope Princeton Road by James Keelaghan 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 ton of songs, and each of them is easy to master.

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