Audition (The fools who dream by Ukulele Chords

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You can play versatile instrument Audition (The fools who dream using ukulele or guitar.
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Audition (The fools who dream by Ukulele Chords

Intro:
My aunt used to live in Paris.
I remember she used to come home and
she would tell us these stories about being abroad, and
I remember she told us
that she jumped into the river, once.
Barefoot.
 
Verse 1:
She smiled, leapt, without looking
and tumbled into the Seine.
The water was [C/E]freezing; she [Bb/D]spent a month [Bbm/Db]sneezing,
but said she would [F/C]do it again.
 
Chorus:
Here’s to the ones who dream,
Foolish as they may seem.
Here’s to the hearts that ache. [F/C]
Here’s to the mess we make.
 
Verse 2:
She captured a [C/E]feeling, sky with no ceiling,
the sunset [F/C]inside a frame.
She lived in her [C/E]liquor and died with a flicker,
I’ll always re[F/C]member the flame
 
Chorus:
Here’s to the ones who dream,
Foolish, as they may seem.
Here’s to the hearts that ache.
Here’s to the mess we make.
 
Bridge:
She told me:
A bit of madness is key
to give us new colors to see.
Who knows where it will lead us?
And that’s why they need us,
 
Verse 3:
So bring on the rebels, the ripples from pebbles
The painters and [A/E]poets and plays
 
Chorus:
And here’s to the fools who dream,
Crazy, as they may seem.
Here’s to the hearts that break.
Here’s to the mess we make.
 
Outro:
I trace it all back…to then.
Her and the snow and the Seine
Smiling through it, she said she’d do it,
Again.

To play the most songs, including Audition (The fools who dream by 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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