Scatter the nuns!
I spent most of my aestivation watching the second series of Orange is the New Black. And I was inspired by O’Neill’s delightful banjoleling to write up the chords for my favourite song of the series.
No, not Hey There De-bloody-lilah. But this gospel-inspired Tom Waits song. It has a strong call and response feel to it. Made explicit in Sarah Jarosz’s version. It would be an effective way of playing it in a uke group with the lead singing the the calls and the groups the, “Come on up to the house,” responses.
Since you’re busting out a capo, you can put it on the third fret and make things a bit easier for yourself by using these chords:
A dead simple main strum of:
d – d u
Intro/Solo: Once for each chord.
Verse: Once for each chord except: twice for each chord on the first ‘come on up…’ and twice on the last chord of each verse.
Chorus/Outro: Six times on the D, twice on the Bm. Then it’s just the same as the last half of the verses.