Hazard Uke tab by Richard Marx (Baritone Chords)

6 Chords used in the song: Gm, Bb, Cm, C, Eb, F

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Intro:Gm Gm//F Bb Bb/// Cm Cm/// Gm Gm///


Gm Gm
My mother came to Hazrard when I was just seven
Gm Gm Bb Bb
Even then the folks in town said with prejudised eyes
C C
That boy's not right

Gm Gm
Treee years ago when I came to know Mary
Bb Bb
First time that someone look beyond the rumours and the lies
C C
And saw the man inside


Chorus
Eb Eb Bb Bb
We used to walk down by the river
Eb Eb Gm Gm
She loves to watch the sun go down
Eb Eb Bb Bb Gm Gm
We used to walk along the ri.... ver
F F Eb Eb Gm Gm
And dream our way out of this town


Intro

Gm Gm
No one understood what I felt for Mary
Bb Bb
No one cared until the night she went out walking all alone
C C
And never came home


Gm Gm
Man with the badge came knocking next morning
Bb Bb
Here was I surrounded by a thousand fingers suddenly
C C
Pointing right at me

Chorus
Eb Eb Bb Bb
I swear I left her by the river
Eb Eb Gm Gm
I swear I left her safe and sound
Eb Eb Bb BbGm Gm
I need to make it to the ri.... ver
FEb Gm Gm
And leave this old Nebraska town


Bridge

F F
Thinkng about my life going by
Eb Eb Bb Bb
How it's done me wrong
F F
There's no escape for me this time
Eb Eb Bb Bb F F Gm Gm
All of my rescue are gone,long gone


Guitar Break

Eb Eb Bb Bb
I swear I left her by the river
Eb Eb Gm Gm
I swear I left her safe and sound
Eb Eb Bb BbGm Gm
I need to make it to the ri.... ver
FEb Gm Gm
And leave this old Nebraska town


(Fade to end...)

 

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About this song

"Hazard" is a 1991 song performed by pop music artist Richard Marx. It has since become one of the most popular songs of the decade, and returned Marx to the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, where it peaked at #9. In addition, the song spent one week atop the adult contemporary chart. It also did very well in the United Kingdom, peaking at #3 on the UK Singles Chart, and it topped the ARIA Chart in Australia.