Pulmonary Archery by Alexisonfire Ukulele Chords

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If you are looking for Pulmonary Archery ukulele chords, you already visit to the right place.
You can play versatile instrument Pulmonary Archery using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Alexisonfire can also be played by that instruments.
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Pulmonary Archery chords has rhythm and included in Alexisonfire (2002) album.
You can also get other musical genres, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Pulmonary Archery by Alexisonfire Ukulele Chords


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d#———–0-0—(9)—————————-|
a#————————————————|
f#——2-2———————–6-6-7-7-6–6—-| x4
c#-4-4——————0-0–4-4—————4–|
g#————————————————|
d#————————————————|

guitar 2 (12)(/14) second time only

d#———–9——————–12(/14)———|
a#——10———(12)——10——————-|
f#-11——————-11————————| x4
c#————————————————|
g#————————————————|
d#————————————————|

at about 0:30.

guitar 1

d#-9-9–7-7/12–9-9-7-9-7-9—5——————–|
a#—————————-7——————–|
f#————————————————-| x2
c#————————————————-|
g#————————————————-|
d#————————————————-|

guitar 2

d#———————-2–4–4——————–|
a#————————————————-|
f#————————————————-| x2
c#————————————————-|
g#————————————————-|
d#————————————————-|

enter loud noise.

guitar 1

(/999) play only second time of two, and play the nine over and over again)

d#—————————(/999)-|
a#———————————-|
f#———9—————7——–| x2
c#-4—7—9——-4—4—7——–|
g#-4—7—7——-4—4—5——–|
d#-2—5———–2—2————|

guitar 2

d#———————————-|
a#———5—————2——–|
f#-2—6—6——-2—2—2——–| x2
c#-4—7———–4—x—0——–|
g#—————–5—5————|
d#———————————-|

guitar 2 cont’d… how you play this, i’m not quite sure

d#—————————————————————-|
a#————-14——14——12——————–17—-17—–|
f#——-14——14——14——14————141414–1414–1414-|
c#-161616–1616—-1616—-1616—-161616141414——————-|
g#—————————————————————-|
d#—————————————^————————|

at the ^ in the above line, guitar 1 starts doing this

d#-9/12-9/12-9/12-9/12-|

a#———————|
f#———————|
c#———————|
g#———————|
d#———————|

play around with those two bits overlapping until George screams.

LET’S GO!

guitar 1, play this pattern with applicable rhythm… kinda hard to hear

d#——–12——-9—|
a#—–10——–7—–|
f#–11———7——-|
c#———————|
g#———————|
d#———————|

guitar 2 (9) play first time (10) play second time

d#-/9–9-7–7/12-12–9–9-7–7-9–9–7-7-9-9——–7-(9)–|
a#——————————————-10-10—-[10]-|
f#———————————————————|
c#———————————————————|
g#———————————————————|
d#———————————————————|

guitar 1

d#——————-|
a#——————-|
f#——————-| x2

c#-44444444-77777777-|
g#-44444444-77777777-|
d#-22222222-55555555-|

guitar 2

d#——————|
a#——————|
f#—9—–9—-9—| x4 (half the time as guitar 1, they match up)
c#-7—–7—-7—–|
g#——————|
d#——————|

This is where Dallas starts singing

guitar 1 (5-4-0) last time only

d#———(5-4-0)-|
a#—————–|
f#———-4——| x4
c#-4–6–7—-6-2–|
g#—————–|
d#—————–|

( Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/a/alexisonfire/pulmonary_archery_tab.html )
guitar 2 the s, i’m not quite sure what you do here… what I do is play them and
quickly pulloff and strum again on dampen ( tab noted as an x ) and hammer them both back
down again so they really look like |–5pxh5–| but whatever

the (5-5) play only the first of the two times, or third of the four

d#———-5–/5-4-0-| |———(5-5)-5-4-0-|
a#———-5———| |———————|
f#———————| x2 |———————| x2
c#-4-4–6-6————|then|-4-4–6-6————|
g#———————| |———————|
d#———————| |———————|

DUN DUN DUN

guitar 1 (upstrokes)

d#——-| |—–|
a#——-| |—–|
f#——-| x3 |–7–|
c#-4-4-4-|then|–7–|
g#-4-4-4-| |–7–|
d#-2-2-2-| |–5–|

guitar 2… a weird distortion…

d#——-| |–5–|
a#——-| |–7–|
f#—–9-| x3 |—–|
c#-4-7—|then|—–|
g#——-| |—–|
d#——-| |—–|

we’re at 1:50

guitar 1 (second time on the first 442 chord play every other time instead of a
stream of strums)

d#————————————————————–|
a#————————————————————–|
f#————9——————6-6-6-6-6—–9—————-| x2
c#-44444444-7—-6h7h9p6-6h7p6—4-4-4-4–4–7—-6h7h9p6-6h7p6-|
g#-44444444———————-4-4-4-4————————|
d#-22222222—————————————————–|

guitar 2 (upstroke first chord)

d#————————————————————–|
a#————————————————————–|
f#-9——-/–9–9—————6———9——9————-| x2
c#-7——-/7—-7—————4——-7–7—–7————-|
g#—————7—————4——————————|
d#————————————————————–|

FCK YOU 2:10

this part was tough… so these chords are probably all wrong.

guitar 1

d#————————0—–|
a#————————0—–|
f#————————2—–| x2
c#-4444—-4444—-4444—2—–|
g#-4444—-4444—-4444—2—–|
d#-2222—-2222—-2222—0—–|

guitar 2 (0)(2) second time only

d#————————–(12)|
a#————————-(10)-|
f#———2222—————–| x2
c#-4444—-2222—-4444—0—–|
g#-4444—-0000—-4444—5—–|
d#-2222—-2222—-2222—5—–|

Jesse’s drum roll, song picks up pace again

guitar 1

d#——————-|
a#——————-|
f#——————-| x4

c#-44444444-77777777-|
g#-44444444-77777777-|
d#-22222222-55555555-|

guitar 2 (9) 1st 2nd 3rd times, (10) 4th time

d#-/9–9-7–7/12-12–9–9-7–7-9–9–7-7-9-9——–7–(9)-|
a#——————————————-10-10—-[10]-|
f#———————————————————| x4
c#———————————————————|
g#———————————————————|
d#———————————————————|

outro… sadly the song comes to an end (2:47)

guitar 1

d#——————-|
a#——————-|
f#———-7——–|
c#-44444444-7——–|
g#-44444444-5——–|
d#-22222222———-|

guitar 2

d#-9977997799779999-9/12-/12-/12—–|
a#———————————–|
f#———————————–|
c#———————————–|
g#———————————–|
d#———————————–|

degenerative slides…

guitar 1 (# hitting your pick with the edge against the strings)

d#————————————————-|
a#————————————————-|
f#——————\\\\\—-#-#——#——-|
c#——————\\\\\—-#-#————–|
g#——————\\\\\—-#-#————–|
d#————————————————-|

guitar 2

d#————————————————-|
a#————————————————-|
f#————————————————-|
c#————————————————-|
g#-\\\\——-1-0——-1-0——-1-0——–|
d#————————————————-|

To play the this songs, including Pulmonary Archery by Alexisonfire 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.

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