Would? by Alice in Chains Ukulele Chords

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If you are looking for Would? ukulele chords, you have come to the best site.
You can play versatile instrument Would? using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Alice in Chains can also be played by that instruments.
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Would? chords has rhythm and included in Dirt (1992) album.
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Would? by Alice in Chains Ukulele Chords

Album/Record label-Dirt(1992)/Sony

In the key of F#minor
Moderate Speed

Chords used in this song include:
F#m F#m(octaved) Bm G D7 G# E


e-2------------------2---3--2---4---0-------------------------------|
b-2------------------3---3--1---4---0-------------------------------|
G-2----6-------------4---0--2---5---1-------------------------------|
D-4----4-------------4---0--0---6---2-------------------------------|
A-4------------------2---2------6---2-------------------------------|
E-2----------------------3------4---0-------------------------------|

The bass starts out the song, the guitar comes in when you hear the ooohs from
layne and the riff, the opening riff , goes like this:


e------------------------------------------------------------------|
b-------------------------------5----------------------------------|
G-4h6~4h6~4-4~~~4h6~4h6-4-4~~~-4---4h6~4h6~4-4~~~4h6~4h6~4-4~~~----|
D-4--~4--~4-5~~~4--~4---4-5~~~5----4--~4--~4-5~~~4--~4--~4-5~~~--2-|
A---------------------------------------------------------------2--|
E--------------------------------------------------------------3---|

The verse riff on the other hand goes like this, the same, but at a lower octave:

Know me Broken by my Master Teach thee of child love here after


D-----------------------------------2-------------------------------------2-|
A-2h4~2h4~2-2~~~----2h3~2h3~2-2~~~-2--2h4~2h4~2-2~~~------2h4~2h4~2-2~~~-2--|
E-2--~2--~2-3~~~----2--~2--~2-3~~~3---2--~2--~2-3~~~------2--~2--~2-3~~~3---|

Into the flood again
Same old trip it was back then
So I made a big mistake
Try to see it once my way

go back to the opening riff and play it once, then move on to the second verse,
just like the first, different lyrics:

Drifting bodies Sole desertion Flying not yet quite the notion


D-----------------------------------2-------------------------------------2-|
A-2h4~2h4~2-2~~~----2h3~2h3~2-2~~~-2--2h4~2h4~2-2~~~------2h4~2h4~2-2~~~-2--|
E-2--~2--~2-3~~~----2--~2--~2-3~~~3---2--~2--~2-3~~~------2--~2--~2-3~~~3---|

Into the flood again
Same old trip it was back then
So I made a big mistake
Try to see it once my way

go back to the opener riff, then to the third chorus:

Into the flood again
Same old trip it was back then
So I made a big mistake
Try to see it once my way

now it’s on to the bridge and the outro:

Am I wrong? Have I run too far to get home?
Have I gone? Left you here alone.
Am I wrong? Have I run too far to get home?
Have I gone? Left you here alone.

If I would, could you?

That’s the “bomb track”, good tune, I play it out all the time acoustic and with
the band, get noticed get “chains”, alice in chains!

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To play the this songs, including Would? by Alice in Chains 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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