The highlight of One Chord to Another, Sloan’s most Beatlesque record.
The key of the original recording, as in the video below, is one whole step above the version I’ve posted. If you want to play along with the video, tune your ukulele up from gCEA to aDF#B and use the same chord shapes. While you’re tuned high, try practicing along with the video for “Dancing in the Dark” also posted this month.
The “add9” part of the G chord in the intro and chorus is totally optional (though it sounds great); feel free to play a regular G chord instead. If you do play the Gadd9, play it with an index barre and you’ll be able to instantly switch to Bm7 as needed.
"Everything You've Done Wrong" is a song by Canadian band, Sloan. The song was released as the second single from the band's 1996 album, One Chord to Another. It is the band's highest charted single ever in Canada, reaching #6 on Canada's RPM Singles Chart.
A video for this song: