Diverse City by tobyMac Ukulele Chords

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You can play versatile instrument Diverse City using ukulele or guitar.
This song by tobyMac can also be played by that instruments.

Diverse City chords has rhythm and included in Welcome to Diverse City (2004) album.
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Diverse City by tobyMac Ukulele Chords

Song: Diverse City

Chords used
[F#m7] [F#m7/E] [A] [B] [Esus] [D] [G#m7b5] [F#m7/C#] [B5] [A5] [E5] [F#5] [C#5] [D5] [G#5]


[F#m7] (Gonna take you higher.)
(Diverse City)

(Freak show baby) (Freak show baby.)

They call us [F#m7]Diverse [F#m7/E] City.
We’re [A]colorful g[B]ood.
It’s like a f[A]reak s[B]how in [Esus]your neighbor[F#m7]hood.
So [F#m7]if you wan[F#m7/E]na praise, you can c[A]ome on [B]down,
’cause this fr[A]eak show’s[B] leavin’ the gr[Esus]ound.

(there is no playing guitar on this part, there is piano playing, but I can’t
right a piano tab on here for two reasons; Don’t know how, and I haven’t finished it… :P)

Rap I:
Up, up and away, baby, we don’t play.
Maybe you thought you was done for the day.
He said, she said, I said this,
That you can’t get away from the moment of bliss.

Stirring, we’ll lure you in,
And we’ll make room for the shade of skin.
Short ones, tall ones, skinny ones, bigger,
love is the gun and we pulling that trigger.

So you send me and I’ll send you
Hope in the form of a new tattoo.
Mine is a shiny city on a hill
And yous, of course, is the colors that fill it.

(repeat the “fill it” part as many times as you see fit.)

[D] We’ll take you [G#m7b5]higher.
[D] We’ll take you [G#m7b5]higher.
[D] We’ll take you [G#m7b5]higher.[F#m7/C#]

They call us [F#m7]Diverse[F#m7/E] city.
We’re [A]colorful go[B]od.
It’s like a f[A]reak sh[B]ow in [Esus]your neighbor[F#m7/E]hood.
So [F#m7]if you wan[F#m7]na praise, you can [A]come on d[B]own,
’cause this [A]freak [B]show’s leavin’ the g[Esus]round.

(verse 2 is D-dub wyatt’s sound box)

Rap II:
Now come to the city where you can praise
If you’re black, if you’re white, if you’re yellow or gray.
In the morning, in the night, any time of day.
What’s that place? (Diverse City!)

With curls in your hair, with braids on the side,
Straight shake’em loose, just come on and ride.
We’re a body with parts like you and me.
Together we make (Diversity!).

[D] We’ll take you [G#m7b5]higher.[F#m7/C#]

Welcome to [F#m7]Diverse[F#m7/E] City.
We’re [A]colorful [B]good.
It’s like a f[A]reak sho[B]w in [Esus]your neighbor[F#m7]hood.
F#m7 F#m7/W A B
So if you wanna praise, you can come on down,
’cause this [A]freak s[B]how’s [B5]leavi[A5]n’ [F#5]the ground.
[E5]Said we’re [F#m7]Diverse[F#m7/E] City.
We’re [A]colorful [B]good.
It’s just a st[A]ate of mind. [B]
(We gon’ shine) the [Esus]way that we s[F#m7]hould, baby.

So if you wanna praise, you can come on down,

’cause this freak show’s leavin’ the ground.


(Up, up and away)
[F#m7]Di – verse! (City on a hill.)

Di – verse! (Gotta be one body.) (Gotta be one body.)

Rap III:
F#m7You bring the heart, I’ll bring the soul.
I’ll bring the flag, you bring the pole.
We’ll fly it high so the whole world knows.
The dream of a king ’bout to unfold.

[F#m7]We ‘ bout to do this thing for real.
Diverse City got mass appeal.
So put your hand in the hand of mine.
And we’ll spread this love like dandelions.

‘Cause we’re [F#m7]Diverse [F#m7/E]City.
We’re c[A]olorful g[B]ood.
It’s like a [A]freak s[B]how in [Esus]your neighbo[F#m7]rhood.
So [F#m7]if you wa[F#m7/E]nna praise. you can co[A]me on d[B]own,
‘Cause this f[A]reak show[B]s [B5]leavi[A5]n’ th[F#5]e ground.
[E5]Said we’re [F#m7]Diverse[F#m7/E] City.
We’re [A]colorful [B]good.
Diverse [A]City’s rolli[B]n’ right up into [Esus]your neighbor[F#m7]hood.
So [F#m7]if you wan[F#m7/E]na praise, you can [A]come on d[B]own,
’cause this f[A]reak show[B]’s leavin’ the gro[C#5]und.

Bridge 2:
[D5](we’ll take ya[G#5], we[A5]’ll take ya.)

[F#m7] [F#m7/E] [A] [B]

Di - - - - - - - - - -verse

(Oh, – just like a freak show.)

[A]City. [B] (Like a [Esus]city on [F#m7]a hill.)

[F#m7] [F#m7/E] [A] [B]

Di - - - - - - - - - -verse

(Oh, – just like a freak show.)

[A]City. [B] (Like a [C#5]cit -[D5] y, like a [G#5]cit – [A5]y on a hi[F#m7]ll.)

[F#m7/E] Di – [A] [B] verse [A]Cit – y[B]
(spoken) And we will never be – that shining city on a hill,
[Esus] [F#m7] [F#m7]Di [F#m7/E] [A] [B] verse Cit – y.
until we truly become – a diverse city.


well that’s it, it’s taken me over a month to figure it all out… as you can see why.
well, God bless you, have a great time playing the song.

Tabber: Robby Sheets
Age: 15

To play the most songs, including Diverse City by tobyMac by ukulele, the most important basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord.
These set you up to play a ton of songs, and each of them is easy to learn.

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