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Two Dozen Roses Ukulele Chords by Shenandoah

by Per Kjeller
Two Dozen Roses Ukulele Chords by Shenandoah

Two Dozen Roses Ukulele Chords by Shenandoah. The chords used in this song are F#min, E, D, A, G#min and B. Change the key of the song for FREE if needed.

“Two Dozen Roses” is a classic song in the country music genre, performed by the American country music band Shenandoah. Released in 1989, it was the third single from their album “The Road Not Taken.” The song was written by Mac McAnally and Robert Byrne, and it quickly became one of Shenandoah’s most popular and enduring hits.

The song features a blend of traditional country music elements with a touch of Southern rock, which was characteristic of Shenandoah’s style. The lyrics of “Two Dozen Roses” speak of regret and longing, telling the story of a man who wonders if a gift of roses and diamonds could win back the love of a woman he has lost. The song’s narrative and emotional depth resonate strongly with themes of love and loss, common in country music.

“Two Dozen Roses” achieved significant success, reaching the number one spot on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. This success helped further establish Shenandoah as a prominent band in the country music scene during the late 1980s and early 1990s.

An interesting aspect of “Two Dozen Roses” is its combination of a catchy, upbeat melody with heartfelt, reflective lyrics. This contrast is a hallmark of many great country songs, offering listeners both an engaging tune and a story with emotional depth. Shenandoah’s rendition is particularly notable for its harmonious vocals and the band’s ability to convey the song’s emotional message effectively.

Over the years, “Two Dozen Roses” has remained a fan favorite and a classic example of late 20th-century country music. Its enduring popularity is a testament to Shenandoah’s musical talent and their skill in capturing the essence of the country genre. The song continues to be celebrated for its memorable melody, relatable storytelling, and its place in the canon of classic country music.

Two Dozen Roses Ukulele Chords by Shenandoah

INTRO:

F#min              E      D      E    

VERSE 1:

AI brought flowers to your Ddoor last Enight A      D      E AI done you wrong and I Dwanna make it Eright A      D     E 
PRE 1:
F#minYou said I’m not Awelcome hereF#minI know it oughta be Dperfectly clearABut I can’t help but wonder Dwhat it Emight be Alike
CHORUS 1:
If I had A/Dtwo   Edozen F#minroses and an A/Dold    Ebottle of AwineIf I F#minreally could’ve Ehung the Dmoon, would it Echange your Amind?If I could A/Dcry a Elittle F#minharder and get a A/Dlittle less Esleep at AnightIf I had F#mintwo       Edozen Droses, would it Echange your Amind? F#min              E      D      E 
VERSE 2:
AOh, I must have been a Dfool back Ethen A      D      E ATo lose something that you Dcan’t have Eagain   A      D      E   
PRE 2:
F#minI‘ve done all that I Aknow to doF#minAnd second guessed my Devery moveAI can’t help but Dwonder how it Emight have Abeen
CHORUS 2:
f I had A/Dtwo   Edozen F#minroses and an A/Dold    Ebottle of AwineIf I F#minreally could’ve Ehung the Dmoon, would it Echange your Amind?If I could A/Dcry a Elittle F#minharder and get a A/Dlittle less Esleep at AnightIf I had F#mintwo       Edozen Droses, would it Echange your Amind? F#min              E      D      E 
If I could B/Ecry a F#little G#minharder and get a B/Elittle less F#sleep at BnightIf I had G#mintwo       F#dozen Eroses, would it F#change your Bmind?  
Oh, E/Bbaby could you F#/Bchange your Bmind

Oh, E/Bbaby would you F#/Bchange your Bmind

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