If you are looking for Thrill Is Gone ukulele chords, you’ve come to the best place.
You can play versatile instrument Thrill Is Gone using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Bernard Fanning can also be played by that instruments.
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Thrill Is Gone chords has rhythm and included in Tea & Sympathy (2005) album.
You can also get another musical genres, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Thrill Is Gone by Bernard Fanning Ukulele Chords


INTRO
guitar

E1|—–0-0—–0-0—–0-0———|———————————|
B1|—–0-0—–0-0—–0-0—0—–|———————————|
G1|—–3-3—–3-3—–3-3-3——-|———————————|
D1|-2—2-2-2—2-2-2—2-2-2—2-2-|—–2-4-2———————–|
A1|-2—2-2-2—2-2-2—2-2-2—2-2-|-2-4——-4———————|
E1|-0—0-0-0—0-0-0—0-0-0—0-0-|————-3^–0—————|


[+] [+] [+] [+] [+][+][+][+]

banjo – for guitar

E1|———————————|———————————|
B1|———————————|—–5-7-5—8—5—————|
G1|—–3~——3~——3~–3/4—–|-4-6——-6———————|
D1|———————————|———————————|
A1|———————————|———————————|
E1|———————————|————-3^–0—————| x 2

VERSE

alternate between A and E, 2 bars of each….

Sure was a hell of a mistake I made…

E1|-[0]———-0———|
B1|-[0]—–2—-0———|
G1|–6–OR–2—-1———|
D1|–7——2—-2———|
A1|–7——0—-2———|
E1|–0———–0———|

I stand accused of losing my head…

guitar

E1|–0—————-|–0—————–|–0—————|–0————–|
B1|–0—————-|–0—————–|–0—————|–0————–|
G1|–4—————-|–5—————–|–8—————|–8————–|
D1|–6—————-|–7—————–|–9—————|–9————–|
A1|–6—————-|–7—————–|–9—————|–9————–|
E1|——————-|——————–|——————|—————–|

banjo overlay – for guitar

E1|—7~————–|–9~—————-|———-9~——|–11~————|
B1|—9~————–|–10~—————|–12~—-12~——|–12~————|
G1|—8~————–|–9~—————-|–11~—-11~——|–11~————|
D1|——————-|——————–|–9~————–|—————–|
A1|——————-|——————–|——————|—————–|
E1|——————-|——————–|——————|—————–|

[+] [+] [+] [+] [+] [+] [+] [+][+][+][+][+][+][+][+][+]

CHORUS (alternate optional barr chords shown in brackets)

Sits so high on the city walls

E1|–0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—| [0]
B1|–0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—| [0]
G1|–1—1—8—8—6—6—6—6—6—6—6—6—|
D1|–2—2—9—9—7—7—7—7—7—7—7—7—|
A1|–2——-9——-7——-7——-7——-7——-|
E1|–0———–—–—–—–——| x 3 [0]

banjo overlay – for guitar

E1|——-7~——7~——-9~——9~——9~——–|
B1|——7~——7~—–10~—10~——10~—-12~-10~|
G1|–9~——8~——-9~—–9~–9~–9~–9~–9~–9—|
D1|————————————————–|
A1|————————————————–|
E1|————————————————–|

[+] [+] [+] [+] [+][+]

cleaner, sweeter, brighter..

E1|–0———–4———|—————-|-5————-|-0——————————————|
B1|–0———–5———|–7————-|-5————-|-0——————————————|
G1|–8———–6———|–7————-|-6————-|-1——————————————|
D1|–9———–6———|–7————-|-7————-|-2——————————————|
A1|–9———–4———|–5————-|-7————-|-2——————————————|
E1|-——————–|—————-|-5————-|-0——————————————|

banjo overlay – for guitar

E1|——-7~———-9~—|——10~——-|-9————-|——————————————–|—-
B1|—–7~———-9~—–|—-10~———|-10————|——————————————–|—-
G1|—8~———-9~——-|–11~———–|-9————-|——————————————–|—-
D1|————————|—————-|—————|———————12-12-12-12-12-11-9—-|—-
A1|————————|—————-|—————|——————————————–|-12-
E1|————————|—————-|—————|——————————————–|—-

[+] [+] [+] [+] [+] [+] [+][+][+][+][+][+][+][+][+][+]

VERSE 2

I can sense trouble…

E1|-[0]———-0———|
B1|-[0]—–2—-0———|
G1|–6–OR–2—-1———|
D1|–7——2—-2———|
A1|–7——0—-2———|
E1|–0———–0———|

I stand accused of the things i said…

guitar

E1|–0—————-|–0—————–|–0—————|–0————–|
B1|–0—————-|–0—————–|–0—————|–0————–|
G1|–4—————-|–5—————–|–8—————|–8————–|
D1|–6—————-|–7—————–|–9—————|–9————–|
A1|–6—————-|–7—————–|–9—————|–9————–|
E1|——————-|——————–|——————|—————–|

banjo overlay – for guitar

E1|—7~————–|–9~—————-|———-9~——|–11~————|
B1|—9~————–|–10~—————|–12~—-12~——|–12~————|
G1|—8~————–|–9~—————-|–11~—-11~——|–11~————|
D1|——————-|——————–|–9~————–|—————–|
A1|——————-|——————–|——————|—————–|
E1|——————-|——————–|——————|—————–|

CHORUS 2 (alternate optional barr chords shown in brackets)

Sits so high on the city walls

E1|–0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—| [0]
B1|–0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—0—| [0]
G1|–1—1—8—8—6—6—6—6—6—6—6—6—|
D1|–2—2—9—9—7—7—7—7—7—7—7—7—|
A1|–2——-9——-7——-7——-7——-7——-|
E1|–0———–—–—–—–——| x 3 [0]

banjo overlay – for guitar

E1|——-7~——7~——-9~——9~——9~——–|
B1|——7~——7~—–10~—10~——10~—-12~-10~|
G1|–9~——8~——-9~—–9~–9~–9~–9~–9~–9—|
D1|————————————————–|
A1|————————————————–|
E1|————————————————–|

cleaner, sweeter, brighter..

E1|–0———–4———|—————-|-5————-|
B1|–0———–5———|–7————-|-5————-|
G1|–8———–6———|–7————-|-6————-|
D1|–9———–6———|–7————-|-7————-|
A1|–9———–4———|–5————-|-7————-|
E1|-——————–|—————-|-5————-|

REPEAT CHORUS 2 ABOVE

Outro – same as intro x 4

E1|—–0-0—–0-0—–0-0———|———————————|
B1|—–0-0—–0-0—–0-0—0—–|———————————|
G1|—–3-3—–3-3—–3-3-3——-|———————————|
D1|-2—2-2-2—2-2-2—2-2-2—2-2-|—–2-4-2———————–|
A1|-2—2-2-2—2-2-2—2-2-2—2-2-|-2-4——-4———————|
E1|-0—0-0-0—0-0-0—0-0-0—0-0-|————-3^–0—————|

banjo – played on guitar

E1|———————————|———————————|
B1|———————————|—–5-7-5—8—5—————|
G1|—–3~——3~——3~–3/4—–|-4-6——-6———————|
D1|———————————|———————————|
A1|———————————|———————————|
E1|———————————|———————————|

To play the most songs, including Thrill Is Gone by Bernard Fanning 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 master.

If you are looking for Down to the River ukulele chords, you’ve come to the best site.
You can play versatile instrument Down to the River using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Bernard Fanning can also be played by that instruments.
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Down to the River chords has rhythm and included in Tea & Sympathy (2005) album.
You can also find other musical style, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Down to the River by Bernard Fanning Ukulele Chords


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DOWN TO THE RIVER ‘ Bernard Fanning


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Tuning: EADGBe

This is the most of it. The other tab was good but wasn’t finished and was a little bit
to play so I’ve simplified for all. You’ll have to listen to the song to get the timing
but these are all the notes. The chorus is a little iffy but it still sounds very close to the recording.

Part 1: This is the nice soft bit where all is calm and it’s just Bernard and the guitar.

Intro


e|-------0--3-0---------0--0-----------0-1-0---------------------------------|
B|------1-1--1-1-------1-1--3-1-------1-1---1--------------------------------|
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------| x3
D|----------------1/2------------2/3-----------------------------------------|
A|-2/3-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Verse ‘ Same as intro


e|-------0--3-0---------0--0-----------0-1-0---------------------------------|
B|------1-1--1-1-------1-1--3-1-------1-1---1--------------------------------|
G|---------------------------------------------------------------------------| x2
D|----------------1/2------------2/3-----------------------------------------|
A|-2/3-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
E|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|

Lyrics: 1.Ride out the storm, take on the wave, don’t run, run, run
The winds gonna blow and the ground’s gonna shake then it’s gone, gone, gone
2.Try not to mourn, shake off the pain don’t run, run, run
The world’s gonna spin and the earth’s gonna quake then it’s done, done, done
Chorus


e|-3---3---1---1-----1--------------------------0----------------------------|
B|----1-1-----1-1---1-1----1-1-----1----1--1--1------------------------------|
G|-----------------2---2----0-0---3-3--2-2---0-0-----------------------------| x2
D|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-1-----------------------3-----1----0----3---------------------------------|
E|---------1-------1---------------------------------------------------------|

Lyrics: If I ask you tenderly will you follow me down to the river
I’ll let you down I’ll break your wings
If you follow me down to the river

Note: All of this is played twice through. After the chorus the end bit of the chorus is
through about six times and then it goes into part 2.

Part 2: This is the bit where he gets nice and loud and everyone joins in. I think he
uses distortion, phaser and tremolo as effects for this part so if you got those
give ’em a whirl and see if you can get it right. Remember: The forward slash
between the chords at the top of the tab is a slide from chord to chord.

[D#/F] [F/D#]


e|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G|-----10--8---8--10----10--8/10--10/8---------------------------------------| x4
D|-10--10--8-8----10-10-----8/10--10/8--10-----------------------------------|
A|-10--8---6------8---------6/8----8/6--10-----------------------------------|
E|-8------------------------------------8------------------------------------|

Lyrics: I’ve got it all, all ahead of me now
A pattern’s gonna form and the wind’s gonna blow me down

Well that’s it. After part 2 it goes back to part 1 with the band playing this time the
verse is used for the lyrics and it fades out with the end of the chorus. This is an
song from a great album. If you haven’t got it it’s worth getting.

| / slide up
| slide down
| h hammer-on
| p pull-off
| ~ vibrato
| + harmonic
| x Mute note

To play the this songs, including Down to the River by Bernard Fanning 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 a lot of songs, and each of them is easy to master.

If you are looking for Reckless ukulele chords, you already come to the best site.
You can play versatile instrument Reckless using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Bernard Fanning can also be played by that instruments.
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Reckless chords has rhythm and included in Civil Dusk (2016) album.
You can also find other musical genres, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Reckless by Bernard Fanning Ukulele Chords






[Verse 1]
Only a fool would step away from this
The song so sweet on the siren’s lips
How do you lie straight with a viper’s tongue?
I’m at [D/F#]a loss to explain
Just how [D/F#]easy you found me to replace
Now that the naked truth is out on display


Could you explain why did you gravitate
To somethin' about to break
Take what you need to take
Just silently walk away
How could you be so reckless?
Can you explain
How could you be so reckless?

[Verse 2]
Three time lucky, you might admit
See and speak and hear no evil
Guess I thought I could just keep stumblin’ back in
I’m at [D/F#]a loss to explain
Just how [D/F#]easy you found me to replace
We were free fallin’ out into nothin’ anyway


Could you explain why did you gravitate
To somethin' about to break
Take what you need to take
Just silently walk away
How could you be so reckless?
Can you explain
How could you be so reckless?


D Em D/F# G (x3)
[D/F#]

Can you explain
How could you be so reckless?
Three time lucky, you might admit
How could you be so reckless?
Only a [Bb#6add9]fool would step away from this
How could you be so reckless?
We were free fallin’ out into nothin’ anyway




To play the most songs, including Reckless by Bernard Fanning 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.

If you are looking for Further Down the Road ukulele chords, you already come to the right place.
You can play versatile instrument Further Down the Road using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Bernard Fanning can also be played by that instruments.
=

Further Down the Road chords has rhythm and included in Tea & Sympathy (2005) album.
You can also find another musical style, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Further Down the Road by Bernard Fanning Ukulele Chords


1 beat per chord 3 +
‘ 1 beat Fmaj7 change: Am Fmaj7
! no chord
Tune down one half step – song is pitched in B

INTRO:
! C G Fmaj7 ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ !

C G Fmaj7 ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ !
I’m not a-fraid to

VERSE-A:
C G Fmaj7 ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ !
Say I’ve had my ups and downs__
C G Fmaj7 ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ !
__ on any other day__
C G Fmaj7 ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ !
__ I’d run me out of town__
C G Fmaj7 ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ ‘
__ now I’m

VERSE-B:
(band enters)
C G5 Fmaj7 ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ ‘
Stand-__ ing in the middle of a good dream__
C G5 Fmaj7 ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ ‘
Try’n’__ to figure what I do and don’t need__
C G5 Fmaj7 ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ ‘
Hop-__ing I can give myself a good chance__ not too
C G5 Fmaj7 ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ ‘
Proud__ to show the spirit that I once had__ I

CHORUS:
G ‘ Am ‘
Guess we’ll wait for the night to fall we’ll
G ‘ Am ‘
Sleep right through to the breaking dawn I
F ‘ G ‘ F ‘ C !
Guess we’ll find out further down the road__

RE-INTRO:
C G Fmaj7 ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ !
Will I have the strength to

VERSE-A:
C G Fmaj7 ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ !
Take the oppor-tunity when it comes__
C G Fmaj7 ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ !
__ am I laid to
C G Fmaj7 ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ !
Waste if I lose my nerve and run__
C G Fmaj7 ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ ‘
__ now I’m

VERSE-B:
C G5 Fmaj7 ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ ‘
Stand-__ing in the middle of a good dream__
C G5 Fmaj7 ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ ‘
Wait-__ing on a number that I can’t reach__
C G5 Fmaj7 ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ ‘
Hop-__ing I can give myself a good chance__ and not too
C G5 Fmaj7 ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ ‘
Proud__ to say I’d love a little romance__ I

CHORUS:
G ‘ Am ‘
Guess we’ll wait for the night to fall we’ll
G ‘ Am ‘
Sleep right through to the breaking dawn I
F ‘ G ‘ F ‘ C ‘
Guess we’ll find out further down the road__

BRIDGE:
D ‘ Dsus4 D G ‘ C ‘
(solo)
D ‘ Dsus4 D G ‘ C ‘
Ooh______ well I never let love sink its claws in me
D ‘ Dsus4 D G ‘ C ‘
Ooh______ all I ever asked was happi-ness for

LINK:
Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ !
You_____

RE-INTRO:
C G Fmaj7 ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ !

C G Fmaj7 ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ ‘
now I’m

HALF-VERSE-B:
C G5 Fmaj7 ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ ‘
Stand-__ing in the middle of a good dream__
C G5 Fmaj7 ‘ Fmaj7 ‘ ‘ ‘
Wait-__ing on a number that I can’t reach__ I

CHORUS:
G ‘ Am ‘
Guess we’ll wait for the night to fall we’ll
G ‘ Am ‘
Sleep right through to the breaking dawn I
F ‘ G ‘ F ‘ C ‘
Guess we’ll find out further down the road__ this

CHORUS-VARIATION:
G ‘ Am ‘
Feeling’s worth its weight in gold just
G ‘ Am ‘
Praying for it to unfold I
F ‘ G ‘ F ‘ C ‘
Guess we’ll find out further down the road__

EPILOGUE: (standard tuning)
D ‘ ‘ ‘

G D ‘ ‘ A D ‘ ‘ (three times)

G D ‘ ‘ A G (end on 2+)

CHORDS:
C G C G Fmaj7 G5 Am F Dm D G A

E|———|-0—3—-0—-3—0—1—1–|–2—3—0–|
B|–8—3–|-1—0—-1—-3—1—1—3–|–3—3—2–|
G|–9—4–|-0—0—-2—-0—2—2—2–|–2—0—2–|
D|–10–5–|-2—0—-3—-0—2—3—0–|–0—0—2–|
A|———|-3—2—(0)——-0—3——|——2—0–|
E|———|—–3———3——-1——|——3——|

Opening lick is a pick-up on Beat-4 (based on C-chord in eighth position)
Stumbling rhythm has accents on 2 and 3+ thus:

> > >
[+] [+] [+] [+]
[/] [/] [/] [/] [/] [/] [/] [/] [/]
Main guitar plays Fmaj7/A throughout, but only the
gliss strum on Beat-1 produces the bass note clearly.
Open 1st-string occasionally forms G6

INTRO/VERSE-A:
NC C G (Am) Fmaj7 Fmaj7/A NC
4 e + a 1 + 2 + a 3 + 4 + 1 2 + 3 + 4 e + a

E|————–|———————0|-00—————|
B|—–8——|———33/5`1|-111`—-8——|

G|-9h1010p9|9`402|-222`9h1010p9|

D|————–|-10`55/7`3|-3—————|
A|————–|———————————|-0————-|
E|————–|———————————|————————–|

h hammer on
p pull off
sustained note
` position shift (slide and pick again)
/ slide legato (destination not picked)

Vocal melody is phrased differently in VERSE-B sections
and progression is played entirely in first position.

VERSE-B:
(let ring)
1 + 2 + a 3 e + 4 + [Fmaj7/A]1 2 + 3e+a4e+a

E|—–0—3—–0-0—0———–|-0—————|
B|—–1—3—–0-1—1———–|-1—- / ///////| / strum pattern
G|-0—0—0—–0-2-o-2———–|-2————-o-|
D|-2——-0—–0-2-o-3———–|-3————-o-|
A|-3————-0-0—————|-0————-o-|
E|———3———————–|—————–|

o open strings occur incidentally with fingering change

TREMOLO GUITAR:
1 e + a 2 e + a 3 e + 4 1 e + a 2 + a 3 e + a 4

E|—–5—————————||———————————|
B|——-8-5———————–||———————————|
G|-7^-7-5h7-5h7-5———–||-9br7–5-7br5|
D|———————————||———————————|
A|———————————||———————————|
E|———————————||———————————|

^ quarter-step bend
b half-step bend
r release bend

EPILOGUE:
(let ring)
1 + 2 e + 3 e + a 4 e + 1 + a 2 + 3 e + a 4 e +

E|———2p0-2———–2p0-2—||–3——-2—2———–2p0—–|
B|——————-3————-||–3——-3—3—–3———3—|
G|———————2———–||:-0—–0-2—2——-2———0-|
D|-0———————0———||–0——-0—0———0———|
A|—–0—————————||–2——————————-|
E|———————————||–3——————————-|
|-1.2.—————————–||-3.—

| A D || A G
| 1 + a 2 + 3 e + a 4 e + a || 1 + a 2 +

E|———2—2———–2p0-2—-||——————–||
B|-2——-3—3—–3————–||-2——-0—0——||
G|-2—–0-2—2——-2———–:||-2—–0-0—0——||
D|-2——-0—0———0———-||-2——————||
A|-0——————————–||-0——————||
E|———————————-||———3—3——||

To play the most songs, including Further Down the Road by Bernard Fanning 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.

If you are searching for Tell Me How It Ends ukulele chords, you already come to the best site.
You can play versatile instrument Tell Me How It Ends using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Bernard Fanning can also be played by that instruments.
=

Tell Me How It Ends chords has rhythm and included in Departures (2013) album.
You can also get other musical genres, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Tell Me How It Ends by Bernard Fanning Ukulele Chords

By Bernard Fanning
Album – Departures

Chords Used:

Intro:


-------------------|
-------------------|
-------------------| x4 Riff 1
-------------------|
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0---|
----------------0--|

and then


-------------------------|
-------------------------|
-------------------------| x4 Riff 2 (Same for the verses)
-------------------------|
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-5-5-10-10-|
-------------------------|

Verse 1:


-----------------------------|
-----------------------------|
------------------------ x 8-|
-----------------------------|
-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-5-5-10-10-----|
-----------------------------|

Did you ever feel you’d never get ahead
Wheels are spinning, everyone is overtaking you
Avert your eyes from the game just a moment
Next you know, you’re spat back out the tube

Pre Chorus:
Boil the kettle, read the paper
Pick up what you miss
Pick up what you miss from the daily news

Chrous:
You don’t get what you want
You don’t want what you get
Hard as I try to be satisfied
I haven’t found it yet
What I need is a friend
To jump to my defence
Tell me how it ends
D (continued)
Tell me how it ends

Pre-Verse: Play Intro Riff 1 x 2

Verse 2: >Follow same riff as verse 1
Lay your money down
Lose an arm a leg a pile
Nobody cares what will become of you
Throw your weight around your little patch of ground
Until you climb down from that point of view

Repeat: Pre-Chorus and Chorus

Solo:
A C F D x 2

Pre-Chorus Solo:


-------------------|
-10-5-10-5-3-5-----|
-------------- x 8-|
-------------------|
-------------------|
-------------------|

Repeat Chorus x 2
End with Intro Riff 1 x 3
END

To play the most songs, including Tell Me How It Ends by Bernard Fanning 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 a lot of songs, and each of them is easy to master.

If you are searching for Wish You Well ukulele chords, you already visit to the right place.
You can play versatile instrument Wish You Well using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Bernard Fanning can also be played by that instruments.
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Wish You Well chords has rhythm and included in Tea & Sympathy (2005) album.
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Wish You Well by Bernard Fanning Ukulele Chords


Bernard Fanning – Wish You Well

Intro: (A, D, G, A) ( Bm, G, A) (D, G, A)

Up so early feels so bright
Didn?t get much sleep last night
Freight train rattled through my head
Whistle blowing love is dead
Is dead

Heart attack by fear and doubt
Won?t be long till the truth comes out
First impressions never last
Lovers bonds they hold so fast


CHORUS

Restless future burning bright
Past is holding on so tight
Never heard the warning bell
And I just wanna wish you well,
And I just wanna wish you well

Welcome swallows dip and swing
Take the queue from the slightest thing
Rolling fog into my room
Why?d you give up on me so soon?
D G A D G A x8
So soon?

CHORUS

Restless future burning bright
I?m just holding on so tight
Never heard the warning bell
And I just wanna wish you well, And I just wanna wish you well x3

Why?d you give up on me so soon
Why?d you give up on me so soon
And I just wanna wish you well
And I just wanna wish you well

Ebony Nash (2011)

To play the this songs, including Wish You Well by Bernard Fanning 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 a lot of songs, and each of them is easy to master.

If you are looking for Not Finished Just Yet ukulele chords, you already visit to the best place.
You can play versatile instrument Not Finished Just Yet using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Bernard Fanning can also be played by that instruments.
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Not Finished Just Yet chords has rhythm and included in Tea & Sympathy (2005) album.
You can also get other musical style, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Not Finished Just Yet by Bernard Fanning Ukulele Chords


Hi guys this is my first tab. I reckon its pretty spot on.
HAVE FUN!

Chords Used

Am X 0 2 2 1 0
Em 0 2 2 0 0 0
E 0 2 2 1 0 0
D X X 0 2 3 2
Dsus X X 0 2 3 0
C X 3 2 0 1 0
G 3 2 0 0 3 3
F X X 3 2 1 1

Played open? NO CAPO.

intro: Am Em D Dsus D
Why me oh why not me
How’d I ever get so lucky?

Can you feel it on the rise with it’s urgent sweep?
We’re not finished just yet

Will you raise a smile when you see me come?
Or linger in the darkness i spun?
Your confidence and trust so hard won
We’re not finished just yet
Got to get this off my chest


write yourself a message of kindness
Sing yourself a song to reconcile
How you are gonna sail a steady ship
right through the tempest
No we’re not finished just yet

solo:strum along: Dm E Dm E Am G F Am G F

Will you raise a smile when you see me come?
Or linger in the darkness i spun?
Your confidence and trust so hard won
We’re not finished just yet
Got to get this off my chest

write yourself a message of kindness
Sing yourself a song to reconcile
How you are gonna sail a steady ship
right through the tempest
No we’re not finished just yet
Got to get this off my chest
No we’re not finished just yet
Got to get this off my chest

To play the most songs, including Not Finished Just Yet by Bernard Fanning 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 a lot of songs, and each of them is easy to master.