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Chords in this song

C chordE6 chordD chordGbsus4 chordG chordBsus2 chordBsus4 chordEadd9 chord

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All credit goes to Alistair Woodshed from www.ukulelehunt.com for these chords!

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BB chord               Bsus2Bsus2 chord  BB chord             BB chord     Bsus2Bsus2 chord  BB chord   EE chord    EE chord    EE chord    EE chord  
Such is the way of     the world, You can ne  -   ver know
 
BB chord                 Bsus2Bsus2 chord  BB chord              BB chord   Bsus2Bsus2 chord  BB chord   EE chord     EE chord    EE chord    EE chord  
Just where to put all    your faith And how will   it  grow
 
      GbGb chord         BB chord                           EE chord        Eadd9Eadd9 chord  EE chord  Eadd9Eadd9 chord
Gonna rise up, Bringing back holes in dark memories
 
      GbGb chord         BB chord                EE chord        EE chord    EE chord   E6E6 chord
Gonna rise up, Turning mistakes into gold
 
 
Interlude -x2-: BB chord GbGb chord Gbsus4Gbsus4 chord EE chord
 
 
BB chord               Bsus2Bsus2 chord  BB chord        BB chord   Bsus2Bsus2 chord  BB chord  EE chord    EE chord    EE chord    EE chord  
Such is the passage    of time, Too fast   to fold
 
BB chord               Bsus2Bsus2 chord  BB chord        BB chord  Bsus2Bsus2 chord  EE chord     EE chord   EE chord    EE chord    EE chord  
And suddenly swallowed by signs, Low and  be - hold
 
      GbGb chord        BB chord                     EE chord        Eadd9Eadd9 chord  EE chord  Eadd9Eadd9 chord
Gonna rise up, Find my direction magnetically
 
      GbGb chord         BB chord                        EE chord      EE chord    EE chord   E6E6 chord  EE chord  EE chord    EE chord   E6E6 chord
Gonna rise up, Throw down my haste in the road
 
 
 
GbGb chord  Gbsus4Gbsus4 chord  GbGb chord  Gbsus4Gbsus4 chord  BB chord  Bsus4Bsus4 chord  BB chord  EE chord -x2-
 
GbGb chord -six bars-
 
GbGb chord  Gbsus4Gbsus4 chord  GbGb chord  EE chord  EE chord    EE chord   EE chord    G

This arrangement for the song is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the song. You may only use this for private study, scholarship, or research.

6 Comments

  • Just Curious says:

    In this page there is no difference in the chords illustrated between the Dsus4 and the Gsus2?

    The only distinction I could find online was that some sites have the 4th string muted on the Dsus4 when played and the Gsus2 that string is played open.

    • Dodgson_here says:

      I know this question is years old but in case anyone else is wondering:

      (This explanation relies on an understanding of musical intervals.)
      A suspended chord is where you replace the 3rd of a chord with another note (usually a perfect 4th or major 2nd). Normally a G chord is “spelled” G-B-D. To get Gsus2, we will replace the B with a major second above G which is an A for a new chord(G-A-D). There are three notes and four strings so we have options on how to play this. In the chord diagram here, they have chosen to double the G (usually a good call to double the root).

      On the other hand, D is normally D-F#-A. To get Dsus2 we replace F# with a perfect fourth above D which is G for a new chord of D-G-A. We now have two theoretically different chords made from the same notes. Here is where your confusion is coming from: Doubling the G in this chord makes absolutely no musical sense. It is a passing tone meant to lead to the next chord. By doubling it, they have made it more important to your ear than it should be. Preferably the D or A should have been doubled. I would recommend playing the second Fret on the G string or omitting the G string entirely as you have seen elsewhere.

      In other words they did it for convenience over musicality.

  • Mr. Ukulele says:

    The words “throw down my haste in the road” should be ” throw down my ace in the hole”

  • Dodgson_here says:

    @Just Curious

    I know this comment is a year old but just in case anyone else is wondering. Dsus4 is spelled D G A while Gsus2 is spelled G A D. When you go to spell this on the ukulele, it ends up being the same thing. That said, if given a choice I would double the G for the G chord and the D for the D chord if you wanted them to sound different but it’s 6 of one half dozen of the other once it’s live.

  • Abs says:

    For an easy tutorial on how to play all of this song, try the Ukulele Teacher. He describes it perfectly (:

  • Terry L says:

    The chain of four C chords at the
    end of each line should go “C C-5 C5 C-5”

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