The Silence Speaks for Itself by Clay Walker Ukulele Chords

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You can play versatile instrument The Silence Speaks for Itself using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Clay Walker can also be played by that instruments.
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The Silence Speaks for Itself chords has rhythm and included in Clay Walker (1993) album.
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The Silence Speaks for Itself by Clay Walker Ukulele Chords


THE SILENCE SPEAKS FOR ITSELF
Clay Walker
(Walker – Waters – Shapiro)
1993, Giant Records
August 22, 2003

Intro: (D) (Am7) (C) (G) (D)

There’s an (D) oil well down on Johnson’s Road
Where we’d go to be alone
I (Am7) never thought I’d go (C) there by my(D)self
I stood there callin’ out your name
No one answered just the same
The (Am7) silence (C) speaks for it(D)self

(G) Well, I’ve been high and I’ve been (D) low
(Am7) And I’ve walked (C) through the fires of (D) hell
(G) Are you coming back, Lord, I don’t (D) know
I guess the (Am7) silence (C) speaks for it(D)self

[(D)] [(Am7)] [(C)] [(G)] [(D)]
(D) The last time you talked to me
I did all the talkin’, now I see
(Am7) You were telling me (C) there was someone (D) else
What I’d give to hear your voice
But I’m not given any choice
Cause the (Am7) silence (C) speaks for it(D)self

(G) Well, I’ve been high and I’ve been (D) low
(Am7) And I’ve walked (C) through the fires of (D) hell
(G) Are you coming back, Lord, I don’t (D) know
I guess the (Am7) silence (C) speaks for it(D)self

(G) Well, I’ve been high and I’ve been (D) low
(Am7) And I’ve walked (C) through the fires of (D) hell
(G) Are you coming back, Lord, I don’t (D) know
I guess the (Am7) silence (C) speaks for it(D)self

I guess the (Am7) silence…..

Fade out…

To play the this songs, including The Silence Speaks for Itself by Clay Walker 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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