If you are looking for Broken Toys guitar chords, you\’ve come to the right place.
You can play Broken Toys by Jerry Jeff Walker using guitar or guitar.
This song by Jerry Jeff Walker can also be played by that instruments.
Broken Toys guitar chords has rhythm and included in Mr. Bojangles (1968) album.
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Broken Toys by Jerry Jeff Walker Guitar Chords
[D] [G/D] [D] [G/D] [D]
[D]There\’s not [D/C]much to s[D]ay f[G]or what was m[A]ine to[D]day
[F]But when [F/E]tomor[D]row [G]com[A]es, I\’ll make my [D]way
[G/E]Had pl[F#m]anned to b[G]uild a [C]dream or t[E7]wo toda[A]y
[G/E]But [F#m]every[G]thing I [C]tried turned [E7]out mist[A]akes
[F] [F/E]Won\’t [D]stay down [G]lon[A]g, tomorrow is my d[D]ay[G/D][D][G/D]
[D]Casting [D/C]nets catch [D]dreams; t[G]ry for what s[A]eems to [D]be
[F]Bend t[F/E]hat w[D]illow [G]rou[A]nd and shape things as I se[D]e
[G/E]Finding [F#m]that some [G]cards are d[C]rifting [E7]in the s[A]ea
[G/E]And no[F#m] matter [G]how I p[C]lay them, [E7]they\’ll trick [A]me
[F] [F/E]That [D]was his [G]day[A], tomorrow I\’ll be [D]free[G/D][D][G/D]
[D]Today [D/C]played un[D]fair;[G] left me hung [A]up, no[D]where
[F] [F/E]And t[D]hough it [G]tri[A]es to break me I don\’t [D]care
[G/E]Tried to [F#m]bring my s[G]hip in [C]tow to [E7]land some[A]where
[G/E]Today [F#m]is just an[G]other c[C]hance that\’s l[E7]eft me [A]there
[F] [F/E]Broke[D]n toys [G]tod[A]ay, tomorrow\’s my rep[D]air[G/D][D][G/D]
[D]There\’s not [D/C]much to s[D]ay f[G]or what was m[A]ine toda[D]y
[F] [F/E]Won\’t [D]stay down [G]lon[A]g, tomorrow is my d[D]ay[G/D] [D] [G/D]
If you want to learn Jerry Jeff Walker Broken Toys guitar chords, The 5 chords we\’ll look at are the C major, A major, G major, E major, and D major.
The reason we use all major chords is that the minor versions of any of these chords just require tiny adjustments.
Each one of those minor chords is completely based on its major counterpart
The more you practice, the easier guitar will feel to play Broken Toys. Guitar is hard to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it.