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Jackopierce - Woman As Salvation Ukulele

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Woman As Salvation Ukulele

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                               Woman As Salvation
                                  by JACKOPIERCE

Em D C Em D C


Em       D             C C9 C
Talking girlfriend as religion
Em  D              C C9 C
Of faith lost and new found
Em                       D
Of disillusion with the system
  C C9 C
Of  justice and redemption
Em        D                C C9 C
Of blind faith and let me downs


G       D            C C9 C
Talking 'bout my lady of good hope
Woman as savior, my salvation
A mighty queen who arrives on the edge of town
To salvage the cause and save my dying nation

And I was just a citizen of the city
Making wages in the bakery in the square
Kneading dough and thinking revolution
When my lady, she appeared

Conversion on the spot to her
Woman as religion - time for holy war
I raise a fist above my head and to her I swore
My allegiance


And there was revolution in the streets
Barricades at the parliament house
Strong victories and hard defeats
In the battle to win my own crown
And save my dying nation
Talking 'bout woman as salvation


During the four strums of D, it is actually three chords:

L    H
E    E
000232  This is standard D (1)
000233  This is D add 9 (I think) (2)
000230  And this is D something or other (3)

The rapidly strummed chords are 1,2,1,3

The C is a C add 9 and looks like:

L    H
E    E

The strum is C, C+9, C.

For both of these, hold the original chords as you normally do, and add
the new notes w/ the pinky.

That's It!  Have fun.

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