Elvis Presley – Wooden Heart Chords

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Wooden Heart Chords

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Can’t you see I love you,
please don’t break my heart in two,
that’s not hard to do, ’cause I don’t have a wooden heart.

And if you say goodbye,
then I know that I would cry,
Maybe I would die, ’cause I don’t have a wooden heart.

There’s no strings upon this love of mine,
it was always you from the start.

Treat me nice, treat me good,
treat me like you really should,
’cause I’m not made of wood,
and I don’t have a wooden heart.

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Wooden Heart Song Info

Artist and Song: Elvis Presley - Wooden Heart
Album: Single
Genre: Rock
Year: 1960
Difficulty: Moderate
Tuning: G C E A
Key: D
Chords: [D], [A7], [Em]
Strumming: D - DU - UDU

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Chords & Strumming Pattern of Elvis Presley - Wooden Heart

Wooden Heart is a song by Rock artist Elvis Presley. It was released in 1960 on the album, titled "Single". D - DU - UDU is the suggested strumming pattern for Wooden Heart. [D], [A7], [Em] are the guitar chords for playing Wooden Heart with the original key (D) on guitar.

Who Sings Wooden Heart?

Wooden Heart is a song by Elvis Presley. It was first released on their "Single" album in 1960.

What Are The Guitar Chords Of Wooden Heart?

In order to play the song Wooden Heart on the guitar, you will need to use [D], [A7], [Em] chords in order to play in original key (D).

How Do You Strum Wooden Heart On Guitar?

Wooden Heart strumming pattern is D - DU - UDU. For those who find the suggested pattern too complex, an alternative pattern is D (down) strumming.