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The Twenty-First Time ukulele

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Monk and Neagle
Twenty First Time
Standard Tuning
You can either strum normal, or play the bass note then strum the rest of the chord. 
Either way it sounds fine. I think Monk and Neagle pick the bass first.

This is how I play it.
Cadd9   G/B   Asus   G   Em   Am   D/F#
 3       3     0     3    0    0    2
 3       0     3     0    0    1    3
 0       0     2     0    0    2    2
 2       0     2     0    2    2    0
 3       2     0     2    2    0    0
 0       0     0     3    0    0    2


Cadd9       G/B    Asus       G
Nowhere to live, nowhere to fall  
   Cadd9         G/B            Asus       G
he used to have money, but he’s wasted it all.
   Cadd9       G/B         Asus        Em
His face is a photograph burned in my mind,
      Am             G                D/F#         G
but I pretend not to see him for the twenty-first time

   Cadd9        G/B          Asus          G
He sleeps under stars, that’s all he can afford
    Cadd9          G/B             Asus       G
His blanket's an old coat he’s had since the war
   Cadd9         G/B        Asus       Em
He stands on the corner of Carter and Vine
       Am               G             D/F#         G
But I pretend not to see him for the twenty-first time

  Cadd9       G/B         Asus           G
He may be a drifter, he’s grown old and gray
   Cadd9        G/B      Asus       G
But what if he’s Jesus and I walk away?
  Cadd9       G/B      Asus         Em
I say I’m the body and drink of the wine
      Am                G             D/F#         G
but I pretend not to see him for the twenty-first time

 Cadd9       G/B          Asus          G
She’s twenty-nine but she feels forty-eight
 Cadd9                G/B     Asus      G
She can’t raise three kids on minimum wage
      Cadd9      G/B        Asus     Em
She’s cryin’ in back of the welfare line
      Am                G             D/F#         G
but I pretend not to see her for the twenty-first time

 Cadd9       G/B       Asus                     G
She may be a stranger tryin’ to get through the day
   Cadd9         G/B      Asus      G
but what if it’s Jesus and i walk away?
 Cadd9        G/B      Asus         Em
I say I’m the body and drink of the wine
      Am                G             D/F#         G
but I pretend not to see her for the twenty-first time

Cadd9      G/B       Asus          G
This is a call for a change in my heart
  Cadd9       G/B            Asus     G
I realize that I’ve not been doin’ my part
       Cadd9     G/B      Asus        Em
when I needed a Savior, I found it in Him
Am         G            D/F#         G
He gave to me, now I’ll give back to them

 Cadd9       G/B      Asus        G
Drifter or stranger, Daughter or son
 Cadd9        G/B    Asus       G
I’ll look for Jesus in every one
 Cadd9          G/B       Asus        Em
’cause I am the body and drink of the wine
        Am               G             D/F#          G
and I’m thankful there’s more than the twenty-first time


            
            
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