Turpentine to an Open Wound by We Are the Willows Ukulele Chords

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You can play versatile instrument Turpentine to an Open Wound using ukulele or guitar.
This song by We Are the Willows can also be played by that instruments.
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Turpentine to an Open Wound chords has rhythm and included in album.
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Turpentine to an Open Wound by We Are the Willows Ukulele Chords


Standard Tuning

Chords

e|-2—-|-0—|-0—–|-0———|-0————-|——–|———-|———|-0—-|
B|-0—-|-0—|-2—–|-5———|-7————-|-10—–|-9——–|-7——-|-3—-|
G|-2—-|-1—|-1—–|-2———|-4————-|–9—–|-8——–|-6——-|-1—-|
D|-1—-|-2—|-2—–|-4———|-6————-|-10—–|-9——–|-7——-|-2—-|
A|-2—-|-2—|-0—–|-4———|-6————-|-10—–|-9——–|-7——-|-2—-|
E|——|-0—|——-|———–|—————|——–|———-|———|-0—-|

[F#m7/C#] [G#m7(#5)/D#][C6/G][G#m/F#][F#m/E]

Back in the old days I had my own ways of loving you.
It was [F#m7/C#]turpentine to an open wound that I was for you in November, and now it’s June.

The [F#m7/C#]reverend, he, his family, were [G#m7(#5)/D#]gathered there.
[F#m7/C#] You had paint hiding [G#m7(#5)/D#]in your hair,
[F#m7/C#] I was standing in your [G#m7(#5)/D#]kitchen door.
[F#m7/C#] What have I come a[C6/G]round for?

To say that the wars we wage are all children’s games.
We are boys and girls wearing colanders and capes.
In these dreadful days, my head is that place
where you love me and [F#m7/C#]branches are swords.
I’ll [C6/G]use [G#m/F#]them [F#m/E]here to [G#m/F#]fight this war.

E, AM7 (4 Times)
(Strings Break)

Now these are peaceful days and I am at war with ways of loving you.
I’ll put a [F#m7/C#]pen to paper to try and explain to you what
eight thousand miles can do when there are one hundred more between me and you.

[F#m7/C#]Darling, you don’t write me of your [G#m7(#5)/D#]love anymore.
[F#m7/C#] I am sleeping on this [G#m7(#5)/D#]davenport.
[F#m7/C#] When guests arrive, I will be [G#m7(#5)/D#]on the floor.
[F#m7/C#] What have we even come [C6/G]home for?

To say that the wars we wage are all children’s games.
We are boys and girls wearing colanders and capes.
In these dreadful days, my head is that place where you love me and [F#m7/C#]branches are swords.

F#m7/C#, G#m7(#5)/D# (3 Times)
(Follow the rhythm of the “Ooh Aahs”)

[F#m7/C#]Darling, I love and want you [G#m7(#5)/D#]desperately.
[F#m7/C#] Still, more, I need that [G#m7(#5)/D#]returned to me.
[F#m7/C#] So in truth, honestly, [G#m7(#5)/D#]frankly as can be,
[F#m7/C#] do or don’t you want to [C6/G]marry me?
I’ll [C6/G]wait [G#m/F#]as [F#m/E]long as [G#m/F#]need be.

To play the this songs, including Turpentine to an Open Wound by We Are the Willows 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 learn.

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