Beekeeper’s Blues by Susanna Hoffs Ukulele Chords

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This song by Susanna Hoffs can also be played by that instruments.
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Beekeeper’s Blues chords has rhythm and included in Susanna Hoffs (1996) album.
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Beekeeper’s Blues by Susanna Hoffs Ukulele Chords

Date: Sun, 3 May 1998 21:17:07 -0400 (EDT)
From: Scott McLachlan
Subject: h/hoffs_susanna/beekeepers_blues.crd

Beekeeper’s Blues (revised)
(S. Hoffs/D. Baerwald/D. Kitay)
Vocal/Electric Guitar (yes, the Rickenbacker): Susanna Hoffs

>From Susanna Hoffs self-titled album released in 1996.
(London Records 422 828 820 2) (Trust me…. it’s a very enjoyable CD!)

Performed on electric (or acoustic) guitar and interpreted from live
performance by Susanna Hoffs. This is my own interpretation based on the
viewing of Ms. Hoffs in concert. There is a capo on the 5th fret. All chords
are listed with this capo in place.

If you have anything to add to this or any other Susanna Hoffs song
tabs (or Bangles tabs that aren’t listed in OLGA) please send them to me.

This is revised with slight chord changes (Mar/98)
by Scott McLachlan (imagine@execulink.com)

Ahhhhhhhhh……… Ahhhhhhhhh………

You only c[Em7(1)]all when you want [Em7(2)]money
And when I [Em7(1)]need you you’re not [Em7(2)]there
Everybody [Em7(1)]else has w[Em7(2)]ritten you right off
A7 Sus4
You make it hard to care
You’re pretty hard to bear

Women t[Em7(1)]hink that you’re a [Em7(2)]genius
’Till you get caught for who you are
I reeled you in and you ate me half alive
A7 Sus4
You were a future star
Who do you think you are

CHORUS


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A7 Sus4 D
No good deed will go unpunished
A7 Sus4 D
No beekeeper goes unstung
A7 Sus4 F#m
And these boots were made for walking
They’re walking back to you
What else can I do

I know you k[Em7(1)]now that you’re good-[Em7(2)]looking
And you’re not [Em7(1)]known for too much [Em7(2)]else
I took you [Em7(1)]in and you [Em7(2)]left me half alive
A7 Sus4
Don’t know what you do
Or who you do it to

When I’m g[Em7(1)]one someone will [Em7(2)]save you
When she gets tired there’s always someone new
I reeled you in and you ate me half alive
A7 Sus4
You were a future star
Who do you think you are (Who do you think you are)


Ba-ba-ba-ba-ba-ba-ba...da-da-da-da


Ba-ba-dup-ba-ba-dup-ba-da-dup-da

I reeled you in and you ate me half alive
A7 Sus4
You were a future star
Who do you think you are

CHORUS


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A7 Sus4 D
No good deed will go unpunished
A7 Sus4 D
No beekeeper goes unstung
A7 Sus4 F#m
And these boots were made for walking
They’re walking back to you
What else can I do

A7 Sus4
Ooh, huh-ho, Oh no, no
D A7 Sus4
Walking back to you, walking back to you
Ooh-oh-oh, Walking back to you, walking back to you
A7 Sus4 F#m Bm
Ohhhh, Ahhh-ohhh, I’ll do it all again
I’ll do it all again, with you


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Chords:

Em7(1) – 020030 Em7(2) – 022030 A7 Sus4 – x02230-|
G – 320030 C – x32010 D – x00232-|
Am – x02210 Bm – 224432 F#m – 244222-|

“..Some have a style, that they work hard to refine…”

To play the this songs, including Beekeeper’s Blues by Susanna Hoffs 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 many of songs, and each of them is easy to learn.

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