We’ve All Got Our Marks to Make by Drew Kennedy Ukulele Chords

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You can play versatile instrument We’ve All Got Our Marks to Make using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Drew Kennedy can also be played by that instruments.
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We’ve All Got Our Marks to Make chords has rhythm and included in Fresh Water In the Salton Sea (2011) album.
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We’ve All Got Our Marks to Make by Drew Kennedy Ukulele Chords


By Drew Kennedy
Written By Drew Kennedy & Walt Wilkins
6/26/2010

G/C – 320013

Washington carved his name right here on this rock a couple hundred years ago
[G/C]Things last a whole lot longer than you?d expect, rain from a thousand storms washed across those letters
But they weathered the test of time

Shared a kiss with an old girlfriend on the spot where a founding father stood
[G/C]Lasted for a second then it was gone some things don?t last as long as you wished they would, Together
We both knew that we weren?t meant to last forever

CHORUS:
The wind blows in and the tide rolls out
Days fly by as this world spins around
Line by line and age to age
Dsus2 G G/c G G/C
We?ve all got our marks to make

There?s a table in the corner of Archie Blues that you can walk right past and never see
Hank Williams carved his name in a fit of rage and whiskey playing one night across the street
That one word Hank is Aesop, Jack, and John the Revelator.

Chorus

And I don?t know what happened to that girlfriend but I bet those letters are still right there
And Hank left us with as many songs as he could bear to write before they finished him somewhere
And as for me, as for me?

Chorus

To play the most songs, including We’ve All Got Our Marks to Make by Drew Kennedy 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 ton of songs, and each of them is easy to master.

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