Mary Chapin Carpenter – Down At The Twist and Shout Ukulele Chords

In this post, you will find Mary Chapin Carpenter Down At The Twist and Shout ukulele chords and strumming pattern. Get ready and start playing Down At The Twist and Shout on your ukulele.

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Chords: [D], [G], [C], [E7], [A7], [G7]
Strumming: D - DU - D - DU - DUDU
Genre: Country
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Saturday night and the moon is out
I wanna head on over to the Twist and Shout
Find a two step partner and a Cajun beat
When it lifts me up I’m gonna find my feet
Out in the middle of a big dance floor
When I hear that fiddle wanna beg for more
Wanna dance to a band from a Lousian’ tonight

Well I never have wandered down to New Orleans
Never have drifted down a bayou stream
But I heard that music on the radio
And I swore some day I was gonna go
Down Highway 10 past Lafayette
To Baton Rouge and I won’t forget
To send you a card with my regrets
‘Cause I’m never gonna come back home

Saturday night and the moon is out
I wanna head on over to the Twist and Shout
Find a two step partner and a Cajun beat
When it lifts me up I’m gonna find my feet
Out in the middle of a big dance floor
When I hear that fiddle wanna beg for more
Wanna dance to a band from a Lousian’ tonight

They got an alligator stew and a crawfish pie
A gulf storm blowing into town tonight
Living on the delta’s quite a show
They got hurricane parties every time it blows
But here up north it’s a cold, cold rain
And there ain’t no cure for my blues today
Except when the paper says Beausoleil
Is acoming into town, baby let’s go down

Saturday night and the moon is out
I wanna head on over to the Twist and Shout
Find a two step partner and a Cajun beat
When it lifts me up I’m gonna find my feet
Out in the middle of a big dance floor
When I hear that fiddle wanna beg for more
Wanna dance to a band from a Lousian’ tonight

Bring your mama, bring your papa, bring your sister too
They got lots of music and lots of room
When they play you a waltz from a nineteen ten
You’re gonna feel a little bit young again
Well you learned to dance with your rock and roll
You learned to swing with a dosido
But you learn to love at the faisdodo
When you hear a little Jolie Blon

Saturday night and the moon is out
I wanna head on over to the Twist and Shout
Find a two step partner and a Cajun beat
When it lifts me up I’m gonna find my feet
Out in the middle of a big dance floor
When I hear that fiddle wanna beg for more
Wanna dance to a band from a Lousian’ tonight

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Artist and Song: Mary Chapin Carpenter - Down At The Twist and Shout
Album: Shooting Straight in the Dark
Year: 1990
Chords: [D], [G], [C], [E7], [A7], [G7]
Strumming: D - DU - D - DU - DUDU
Genre: Country

About Mary Chapin Carpenter - Down At The Twist and Shout Ukulele Chords & Strumming Pattern

"Down At The Twist and Shout" is a song by Country artist Mary Chapin Carpenter. It was released in 1990 on the album, titled "Shooting Straight in the Dark". Down At The Twist and Shout is considered under Country genre.
  • The original key of Down At The Twist and Shout is D.
  • D - DU - D - DU - DUDU is the suggested strumming pattern for this Mary Chapin Carpenter song.
  • [D], [G], [C], [E7], [A7], [G7] are the ukulele chords for playing Down At The Twist and Shout with the original key (D) on ukulele.
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What Are The Chords For Down At The Twist and Shout On Ukulele?

You will play the [D], [G], [C], [E7], [A7], [G7] ukulele chords while playing Down At The Twist and Shout with your ukulele in the D key, original tone of the song.

How Do You Strum Down At The Twist and Shout On Ukulele?

Down At The Twist and Shout ukulele strumming pattern is D - DU - D - DU - DUDU. You can also try D (down) if the suggested pattern is hard for you.

Who Sings Down At The Twist and Shout?

Down At The Twist and Shout is performed by Mary Chapin Carpenter. It was first released on the album "Shooting Straight in the Dark" in 1990.

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