Wednesday, May 9, 2012

THE DEVIL'S PAINTBRUSH ROAD by The Wailin Jennies




This is a great song by the Wailin' Jennies. Some of the chords are missing from the solo section below didn't think you'd need them all if you're playing solo! (You'll be able to work 'em out if you do need them) 

DEVIL’S PAINTBRUSH ROAD

Intro: Am G Am G Am

(Am)I held on for so (D)long
(D)Dusty quaint old (Am)song
(Am)Things attach with (G)glue
(G)Live and die and (Am)gone
(Am) (G) I (Am) (G)

(Am)June flowers are so (D)bold
(D)On the devil's paintbrush (Am) road
(Am)The devil paints a (G)double life
(G)And there I dare not (Am)go
(Am) (G) I (Am) (G)

(Em)Live and die and (D)gone
(D)Live and die and (Am)gone
(Am)The devil paints a (G)double life
(G)Live and die and (Am)gone (x2)

(Am) (G)I (Am) (G)I (Am) (G)I (Am) (G)I


(Am)I'm not the cheating (D)kind
(D)It snuck from (Am)behind
(Am)Kicked in the door to (G)someday
(G)I can't get her off my (Am)mind
(Am)(G) I(Am) (G)

(Am)All or nothing (D)now
(D)Might as well be (Am)true
(Am)Leave the dream of (G)hearth and home
(G)That never (E7)will come (Am)true (E7) (Am)

(Em)Live and die and (D)gone
(D)Live and die and (Am)gone
(Am)Leave the dream of (G)hearth and home
(G)Live and (E7-2nd time only) die and (Am)gone (x2)
(Am) (G) I (Am) (G)I (Am) (G) I(Am) (G) I 

(Am)Sweet wild road (D)ahead
(D)Sweet wild road (Am)ahead
(Am)If I lied and said that (D)all was well
(D)I might as well be (Am)dead
(Am)(G) I(Am) (G)


(Am)Single I was (D)born
(D)And single I will (Am)die
(Am)I'll marry myself to the(D) whole wide world
(D)And never make her (Am) cry
(Am)(G) I(Am) (G)

(Em)Live and die and(D) gone
(D)Live and die and (Am)gone
(Am)I'll marry myself to the (G)whole wide world
(G)Live and die and (Am)gone (x2)

(Am)(G) I(Am) (G)

Solo: (Am) (D) (D) (Am)(Am)(D)(D)(Am) (x2)


(Em)Live and die and (D)gone
(D)Live and die and (Am)gone
(Am)The devil paints a (G)double life
(G)Live and (E7 2nd time only) die and (Am)gone (x2)

(Am) (G) I (Am) (G)I (Am) (G) I(Am) (G) I

1 comment:

  1. You definatly know where to find the good songs.
    I know a particular banjolele player who need to have a listen to this. would definatly suit a duet or more. rocking!

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