The Dozens by Amelia Curran Ukulele Chords

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If you are searching for The Dozens ukulele chords, you’ve come to the best site.
You can play versatile instrument The Dozens using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Amelia Curran can also be played by that instruments.
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The Dozens chords has rhythm and included in Hunter, Hunter (2009) album.
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The Dozens by Amelia Curran Ukulele Chords


The Dozens ? Amelia Curran

This is a pretty simple version of the general outline of the chord progression.
There’s not a ton of guitar in the mix of the album recording so I use “5” chords
(AKA power chords) to approximate the bassline. When it says “descending bass”
you play the notes B – A – G – F# – E on the 5th and 6th strings. Hope you like it!

All my lovers think I?m lovely in the morning when I wake
When I roll in folds of slumber, when I caress I give and take
All my enemies are just like me: they?re a fatalist mistake
B5 (descending bass) E5
An abandoning of deities, the slowest interstate.

Let the bakers have their dozens
Let the coppers get their man
Let ?Doctor-Lawyer? fix her for you
Catch her if they can
When all the stars in heaven
Cannot count on me alone
For I?m the lover?s enemy
(descending bass) E5
And I can?t be counted on

All my lovers under cover of night wrestle with their wounds
They?re pawing sorus(‘) piety, they?re kissing pleasure?s gloom
All my enemies are ready for a drink or two to spite
They?re praying for forgiveness and they?re ready for a fight

(chorus)

All my lovers love me tirelessly, they listen and they see
They work the web of time itself to fall and capture me
All my enemies they envy every move I?ve ever made
The tireless love I?ve gathered even the rain on my parade

(chorus)

To play the this songs, including The Dozens by Amelia Curran 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 a lot of songs, and each of them is easy to master.

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