Preschool Days by Dogwood Ukulele Chords

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You can play versatile instrument Preschool Days using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Dogwood can also be played by that instruments.

Preschool Days chords has rhythm and included in Through Thick and Thin (1997) album.
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Preschool Days by Dogwood Ukulele Chords

“Preschool Days” By Dogwood
Tabbed By Eric Exley

Verse 1:
E D# C#
E D#-E-D#-E
All the things I’ve seen couldn’t prepare me for what I was about to
E D#-E-D#-E
As a little boy, growing up in a world, made for all the big kids and the
big toys…
C# E
Sometimes, I’d sit around and wait, play with my toy cars, until the
wheels would turn no more,
D# E D# E D#
then I’d think to myself… is my dads car coming home or will this be
another night, my mom,
E-D#-E D#-E C#
my brother and I, tucking ourselves in?

RIFF 1: play it during the chorus where it says (Riff 1)


(Riff 1) G# A
I learned my alphabet to spell dad, how quickly dad turned to sad, in my
preschool days, and the
B (Riff 1) G#
rest of my life. My mother did the best that she could, my brother
stayed as strong as he stood, a
father figure to me, my preschool days.

Verse 2:
E D#
I remember all the times mom cried, my brother stayed strong by her side,
and I would stand and
E D# E D#
E D#
wonder why there was three when there should be four. Maybe my dad got
lost driving home
E D#-E-D#-C#
and then again it wouldn’t make sense, I feel alone.


RIFF 2: play this during the break


So where has he been? He’s running out of time. I haven’t heard from
him. I hope he’s doing fine. Money cannot buy years of missing them.
Daddy gave it up, the kids forgave him.

To play the most songs, including Preschool Days by Dogwood 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.

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