Stories of a Hero by Frank Marino Ukulele Chords

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If you are searching for Stories of a Hero ukulele chords, you’ve visit to the right place.
You can play versatile instrument Stories of a Hero using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Frank Marino can also be played by that instruments.
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Stories of a Hero chords has rhythm and included in album.
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Stories of a Hero by Frank Marino Ukulele Chords


Chords
Dm, C, C/B, C/Bb
Dm, C, C/B, C/Bb

Chorus
F, C, Dm(repeat), F, C, Bb
(Notes on last chord here are: Sib,Reb,Sib (Do) played individually
Finale – (D Pedal Point)D, F, G (repeat)
Stories of…(no pedel point on these chords) F, G, D
(Repeat)

NOTES – this is simple and moving song.. plenty of room for soloing on first chord sequence and on the finale..
Franks soloing on this is pretty epic.. and worthy of copying .. or just jam your heart out..
the lyrics are moving and reflect a reality which rarely comes into focus in music..
Note also that the words on the chorus are slightly different every time.
and that there is a finale section makes a real statement and is where you can
rock out solo wise..
(Posted by Billy (Vito) Vitale -8-2015) www.silenziovitale.com

Dm (instrumental)
Here are the lyrics:

The time ha[C9/B]s come
[C9/Bb]Said a young man to [Dm/A]his bride
The train w[C9/B]aits outside[Dm/A]
And though[C9/B] I leave
[C9/Bb]You know I’ll keep yo[Dm/A]u by my side
She holds o[C9/B]n a final time

(chorus)
Soldier’s gone to war
Told her he’s comin’ home
Soldier’s gone to war
He’s gonna be a hero in his hometown, lord

She stands [C9/B]alone
[C9/Bb]On a platform lookin[Dm/A]’ sad
He waves th[C9/B]rough a pane[Dm/A] of glass
And though [C9/B]she hopes
[C9/Bb]He will be comin’ ho[Dm/A]me at last
Her heart k[C9/B]nows what’s [Dm/A]gonna pass

(chorus x2)
Soldier’s gone to war
Told her he’s comin’ home
Soldier’s gone to war
He’s gonna be a hero in his hometown, lord

The paper f[C9/B]alls
[C9/Bb]to the floor from a [Dm/A]trembling hand
The words t[C9/B]hey burn to [Dm/A]the soul
And though [C9/B]she cries,
[C9/Bb]she doesn’t really u[Dm/A]nderstand
The worl[C9/B]d’s gone so [Dm/A]cold

(chorus)
Soldier went to war
Told her he’s comin’ home
Soldier went to war
He’s gonna be a hero in his hometown, lord

(C Section – and Finale)
And the stories tell of bravery, yeah
He was golden as the sun
Well he fought for you and he fought for me, yeah
And he died for everyone
Stories of a hero
Stories of a hero

Well it seems as though the world ain’t changed
It goes on and on for years
When men must die to be called brave
To earn respect among their peers
Stories of a hero
Stories of a hero

To play the most songs, including Stories of a Hero by Frank Marino 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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