Beyond the Blue Neon by George Strait Ukulele Chords

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You can play versatile instrument Beyond the Blue Neon using ukulele or guitar.
This song by George Strait can also be played by that instruments.
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Beyond the Blue Neon chords has rhythm and included in Beyond the Blue Neon (1989) album.
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Beyond the Blue Neon by George Strait Ukulele Chords

Intro D9 G C B C

Swingin’ Doors – Sawdust Floors
A heartache drows as the whiskey pours
There’s a hole in the wall
From some free for all
The ringing crack of an old cue ball

I’ve been fallin’ here
For what seems like years
Where the tears of the lonely belong
And wonder what’s going on
Beyond the blue neon

I hear tell – there’s people out there
Who don’t know what losin’ you means
They don’t have a heart – that just falls apart
At the mention of your name

I heard they pretend – the world didn’t end
Right when I knew you were gone
I guess life goes on
Beyond the blue neon

I hear tell – there’s people out there
Who don’t know what losin’ you means
They don’t have a heart – that just falls apart
At the mention of your name

But it’s a quarter ’til two
And I don’t have a clue
As to what I’ll do from now ’til dawn
I wonder what’s going on
Beyone the blue neon

Tag: D7
Lord, what’s going on
Beyond the blue —– neon

This is another one of George Strait’s Texas-Swing songs.
Really a great one. I use swing chords and barre chords
and use the walk-down, beginning at the C chord at the eighth fret.
Listen to the CD to get the strum pattern.

Chords

C Barre 8 10 10 9 8 8
F9 Swing 087888
A Barre 577655
D9 Swing 054555
G Barre 355433
B Barre 799877
Bb Barre 688766

To play the most songs, including Beyond the Blue Neon by George Strait 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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