Masters Of War Uke tab by Bob Dylan

2 Chords used in the song: Dm,Csus2

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Dm Dm               Csus2 Csus2  Dm Dm
Come you masters of war
Dm Dm Csus2 Csus2 Dm Dm
You that build the big guns
Dm Dm Csus2 Csus2 Dm Dm
You that build the death planes
Dm Dm Csus2 Csus2 Dm Dm
You that build all the bombs
Dm Dm Csus2 Csus2 Dm Dm
You that hide behind walls
Dm Dm Csus2 Csus2 Dm Dm
You that hide behind desks
Dm Dm Csus2 Csus2 Dm Dm
I just want you to know I can see through your masks

 

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About this song

"Masters of War" is a song by Bob Dylan, written in 1963 and released on the album The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan. It is an adaptation, with new words by Dylan, of "Nottamun Town". As with many of the major songs Dylan composed at this time, he often adapted or "borrowed" melodies from traditional songs. On this occasion however, he had borrowed an arrangement by veteran folksinger Jean Ritchie. The arrangement of "Nottanum Town", unknown to Dylan, had been in her family for generations, and Ritchie wanted an acknowledgement on the writing credit.