Play Guitar Play by Conway Twitty Ukulele Chords

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You can play versatile instrument Play Guitar Play using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Conway Twitty can also be played by that instruments.

Play Guitar Play chords has rhythm and included in It’s Only Make Believe (2003) album.
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Play Guitar Play by Conway Twitty Ukulele Chords

“Play, Guitar Play”
Performed by Conway Twitty
I don’t know who wrote it, when, or which album it is from.
(Capo up as needed, 3d fret?… Moderate, wistful tempo, kind of a
“clang dangy clang dangy clang dangy clang dangy… beat. The
underlined parts serve as the reprise/chorus – same beat only more
intense… this guy feels BAD about what-the-heck-ever he did back
then… The last lines after the second reprise/chorus are kind of a
fade out, good place for a harmonica to add a lonesome flourish, string
out that last “meeeeeeee…” right up to “Guitar Play…” then end

Play, guitar play…. Take me back…. to yes-terday…
let me see… cotton growin’… in the fields….
Let me hear… my momma callin’… “Look a yon-der y’all who’s comin’!
Down the road, he’s comin’ home!”.… but they know i never will.
I left them livin’ with that awful thang i done….
I didn’t tell them I just packed my clothes and run….
Play… Guitar play… Help me through… another day.
Help me make… another dollar… before I go….
We got time… for one more song… then we’ll have… to move along…
another town… another crowd… Lord I wonder if they know…
Can they read between the lines in my songs…
as i sing about a good boy, that went wrong…
Guitar we got years to kill…
Got to climb that distant hill…
I wonder if they think of me…………

Guitar play….

To play the most songs, including Play Guitar Play by Conway Twitty 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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