A Letter From Janelle by Chiodos Ukulele Chords

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If you are looking for A Letter From Janelle ukulele chords, you have come to the right place.
You can play versatile instrument A Letter From Janelle using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Chiodos can also be played by that instruments.
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A Letter From Janelle chords has rhythm and included in Bone Palace Ballet (2007) album.
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A Letter From Janelle by Chiodos Ukulele Chords


ok this is based on this version i found on youtube
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?vIcGo2D38fe0&featurefvw)
it sounds about right, it had piano, os i just arranged the chords for guitar from it,
simple, although i like to do the intro finger picked on guitar it would go something
this, if you have two guitarists one can just repeat that during the verse too.

e|———————————————–|
b|———————————————–|
g|–14—–12—-10—9–10–12–10–9–10–5—-|
d|———————————————–|
a|–12—–10—–8—————8————–|
e|———————————————–|

We make the sun shine
We make, come on and move with me, move with me,
move with me, move with me


Don’t you think I could tell
That you were trying to trying to make
Fool out of me, a fool out of me (2x)
so remember who you really are

It’s so easy to get lost
In constantly having to present
Whatever face you believe
A person wants to see rather than your own
Yet we hesitate to surrender all of our insecurities
Move with me, mov[E/F]e with me
Only the ones we are most comfortable relinquishing
Move with me, mov[E/F]e with me

Don’t you think I could tell
That you were trying to trying to make
Fool out of me, a fool out of me (2x)
(no lyrics that time)

Such a paradox
Isn’t it, isn’t it
Such a paradox
Isn’t it, isn’t it
Such a paradox
Isn’t it, isn’t it
Isn’t it, isn’t it

Isn’t it, isn’t it

To play the most songs, including A Letter From Janelle by Chiodos by ukulele, the most crucial 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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