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I Can’t Get Over You by Brooks & Dunn Ukulele Chords


“I Can’t Get Over You” Brooks and Dunn
album: If you see Her
They play this in C and on the last chorus go up to D.
I get where I’m going at my own house
I got myself in this, I’ll get myself out.
I talk out loud at the top of my voice I sing
OH keep the faith see what tomorrow brings
(Chorus)
I………….I……….I
can’t get over you.
Try………..……as I may
Oh it's no use.
My heart just can’t leave you alone
My mind won’t believe you’re gone
I………….I…………I
can’t get over you.
Got a front row seat here at a fool’s masquerade
and that fool in the mirror,
Keeps saying I’m doing ok
I stare at the door that she walked out
It hits me hard and leaves no doubt
(chorus)
(guitar solo)
change to D
I………….I……….I
can’t get over you.
Try……….…….as I may
Oh it's no use.
My heart just can’t leave you alone
My mind won’t believe you’re gone
I………….I…………I
can’t get over you.

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That Ain’t No Way to Go by Brooks & Dunn Ukulele Chords


Tuning: Standard

Fill 1 Fill 2 Fill 3 Fill 4


e|--------------|------------|-------------------|---------------------------|
B|--------------|------------|-------2-3p2---3---|---------------------------|
G|---1h2--------|---1h2-0----|---2h4-------4-2---|---------------------------|
D|-------4------|------------|-------------------|---------------------------|
A|--------------|------------|-------------------|-------0h2-4---------------|
E|--------------|------------|-------------------|---0h2---------------------|

The fill normally ends with just the single ‘2’ note, but I like to play the D chord since to sound fuller

Fill 5


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

Chords

[D/F#]


e|----------3-------------------------4---2----------------------------------|
B|-2---2----3----3---------------3----5---3----------------------------------|
G|-2---2----0----2----1----2-----2----4---2----------------------------------|
D|-2---4----0----4----2----2-----0----6--------------------------------------|
A|-----4----2----0----2----2-----0----4--------------------------------------|
E|-----2----3---------0----0-----2-------------------------------------------|

Intro: A (Fill 1) F#m (Fill 2) G (Fill 3)

Lipstick letters across the mirror this morning

Said, “Goodbye, baby.” You left with no warning

Like a thief in the night,[D/F#] you ran away with my heart

(Fill 4)

I can’t believe my eyes, must be a bad dream

You always said we had a good thing

You never once let on[D/F#] we were falling apart

(Fill 4)

Chorus:

That ain’t no way to go. Girl, it just ain’t right

Don’t you think that [D/F#]I deserve to hear you [D/F#]say goodbye

That ain’t no way to go. Was it all a lie

After all this time, that ain’t no way to go

(Fill 5)

A (Fill 1) F#m (Fill 2) G (Fill 3)

Verse 2:

Getting nowhere, I’m tired of thinking

Guess I’ll do a little wishful drinkin

And make a whiskey wish [D/F#]upon a star

(Fill 4)

Train whistle blowing down the tracks

Lonesome sound says she ain’t coming back

It’s such a cold blow [D/F#]from out of the dark

(Fill 4)

Chorus:

That ain’t no way to go. Girl, it just ain’t right

Don’t you think that [D/F#]I deserve to hear you [D/F#]say goodbye

That ain’t no way to go. Was it all a lie

After all this time, that ain’t no way to go [D/F#]

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Goin’ Under Gettin’ Over You by Brooks & Dunn Ukulele Chords


Goin Under Gettin Over You
Brooks and Dunn
Album: tight rope
Written by: Ronnie Dunn, Terry McBride
transcribed by Davin Harms

This song is very easy to play but I would suggest
buying the CD to get the rhythm down and b/c there
are lots of other great songs on it.

Intro: G D C D G x2

I woke up in the front yard
In the back seat of a Buick
With the lights and the radio on
I stumbled cross the grass
To the front porch through the door
Of a house that once was our home
If love once lived here you cant tell it
If I could just let go Id sell it
Oh, Im goin under gettin over you


(same progression as 1st verse)

Made my way down the hall
Through the boxes to the bed
Where I used to hold you all night long
Your perfume on the pillow
Where you once laid you head
Stays there to remind me youre gone
Its gonna tear me apart if I let it
I should just move on and forget it
But, Im goin under gettin over you

Chorus

The days are long and

the nights are tough
All alone its just too much

Im not handlin well
what Im goin through

The whiskey aint strong enough
My hearts down to givin up
Im down to my last cigarette too
Oh, Im goin under
G (C G –only 2nd chorus)
gettin over you

(instrumental)G D C D G ( x 2)

Repeat chorus

Yeah, Im goin under gettin over you

Outro: G D C D G repeat and fade

G 320003
C X32010
D X00232

” ” this figure on the end of
chord means one down stroke

Questions, comments, and/or corrections are welcome.
Thanks, Davin
agr1292@lycos.com

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She’s Not the Cheatin’ Kind by Brooks & Dunn Ukulele Chords


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#———————————-PLEASE NOTE———————————#

##This file is the author’s own work and represents their interpretation of the #
##song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
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#Date: Wed Jul 05 13:56 EDT 1995
#From: “Krall, Steve”
#Subject: She’s Not the Cheatin’ Kind
#Resent-to: ~riggv@ttacs.ttu.edu
#To: “‘Vaughn, Greg'”
#MIME-version: 1.0
#She’s Not the Cheatin’ Kind
#Brooks and Dunn
#
#Capo at 2nd Fret!!
#
#Intro: C D
#
#Verse 1:
#
She’s dressed to kill in the dress he bought her
She wouldn’t care if he walked in and caught her
She’s come to dance a dance or two
And do no tellin’ what before the night is through
Verse2:
She found out the hard way about him
She’s out to find out how she’ll do without him
Her hands are shakin’ her heart’s pounding
By the way she’s drinkin’, his memory’s drownin’
Chorus
She’s not the cheatin’ kind
She’s been cheated one to many times
She’s never fooled around
G D Em Em (or C)
Cause he’s still lyin’ she’s through cryin’
She’s not foolin’ now
Verse 3:
She walks by, every head turns
You can see how hot her fire burns
He didn’t know what a good thing he had
It’s too late, and that’s too bad
Chorus
Break: repeat C D
Chorus
Steve
steve.krall@daytonoh.attgis.com

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You’re My Angel by Brooks & Dunn Ukulele Chords


Intro A
VERSE 1:
You’re my angel, you see me through.
Believe in me, I believe in you.
Oh, fill my heart from, you’re loving well.
You’re my Angel.

VERSE 2:
Pick me up when, I’m feeling down.
When I stumble, on shaky ground.
Oh, you’re my answer, when I can’t tell.
You’re my Angel.

CHORUS:
Oh you take me up to heaven.
When you spread your loving wings.

VERSE 3:
When I am weary, and way behind.
When I am clearly, out of my mind.
Oh, when I find I’m in my own hell.
You’re my angel.
Oh, you’re my angel
.
Outro: A Asus A Asus A

Note: If you want to, you can leave out the Asus note on the outro. It’s just
matches the Piano’s pattern..

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I’ve Got a Lot to Learn by Brooks & Dunn Ukulele Chords


I’VE GOT A LOT TO LEARN
Recorded by Brooks and Dunn

These Honky-tonks and bright lights used to thrill me
I’d paint the town and stumble in at dawn
But now there’s no one listenin’ for my footsteps
And it’s windin’ down to one more night alone

CHORUS: I thought I had her wrapped around my finger
I didn’t think this bridge would ever burn
I always thought she’d take me back
But she taught me the cold, hard fact
When it comes to love, I’v got a lot to learn

It never crossed my mind that she might leave me
She did her best to love me till the end
If she were here I know I’d treat her better
But I wont ever get that chance again

REPEAT CHORUS

Yeah, when it comes to love, I’ve got a lot to learn

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See Jane Dance by Brooks & Dunn Ukulele Chords


Brooks & Dunn – See Jane Dance

INTRO

It started with a dare at a bar in Sarasota,

A spring break party miles from Minnesota.
Jane was with her friends to mark a celebration,
Phi Beta Kappa for her college graduation.
A little pomp and circumstance.
See Jane dance.

The bouncer led the ladies to an open-air cabana,

A sea of Coppertone’s and Hawaiian Tropicana’s.
A slew of southern beauties were causin’ a commotion,
Oilin’ up their skin to win a trip across the ocean.
Jane had never been to France.
See Jane dance.

INSTRUMENTAL

Yeah, she jumped up on the stage and after many margaritas,
She took her place in line amongst the tanned senoritas.
She tore into a groove and lost her inhibition,
Stirrin’ up the crowd, she blew away the competition.
In her leopard underpants,
See Jane dance.

INSTRUMENTAL

Now she drives a Beamer that was bartered for a gig in Barcelona,

A Harley that was payment from the bikers in Daytona.
She’s heavily invested, her stock is on the run,
Be worth a couple o’ million by the time she’s thirty-one.
So before you miss your chance,
See Jane dance.
Yeah she’ll put ya in a trance,
See Jane dance.

INSTRUMENTAL (same chords as verse to end of song)

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When We Were Kings by Brooks & Dunn Ukulele Chords


#When We Were Kings
#
#Writers: Kix Brooks & Gary Nicholson
#

———————————————————-

#
#Intro – A – E – D – A – 2x’s
#
#
#(verse 1)
Tommy got off at the Texeco,
Came bustin in to Norma’s Cafe,
Said come on man we gotta go,
Yea you know how those party girls hate to wait,

(verse 2)
Filled up his daddy’s trunk with ice and beer,
He was always stealin the old man’s car,
Radio never came in too clear,
Slap bang out one on my piece of junk guitar,

(chorus)
yea we ruled, from the blacktop,
To the leather where, the party never stops,
yea there was power in the night,
Spirit was alive when we would sing, our,
Sha na na na na na na na[-],
When we were kings, when we were king[-]s,

(verse 3)
Sitting around the fire one night,
Tell one called my name,
Turned around and said what do you think,
Had his arm around the prettiest girl I’d ever seen,
Kissed hre hard and took another drink,

(verse 4)
I said you must be an angel puttin up with this guy,
She laughed and said play me some Rolling Stones,
I couldn’t let that chance go by yea,
I sang You can’t always get what you want,

(chorus)
yea we ruled, from the blacktop,
To the leather where, the party never stops,
yea there was power in the night,
Spirit was alive when we would sing, our,
Sha na na na na na na na[-],
When we were kings, when we were king[-]s,

(verse 5)
Yea that was the fall of ’69,
I guess Uncle Sam was hedgin’ his better,
Tommy’s number came up he said I’ll be fine,
I’ll teach em’ a lesson they’ll never forget,

(verse 6)
Angel and I went to wave good-bye,
I guess we always thought we’d see him again,
You know I took her out after that a couple of times,
But we always wound up talkin bout him,

(chorus)
yea we ruled, from the blacktop,
To the leather where, the party never stops,
yea there was power in the night,
Spirit was alive when we would sing, our,
Sha na na na na na na na[-],
When we were kings,
Sha na na na na na, na, [-]na,
When we were kings[-], [-]
Yea Sha na na na na na, na, na,
When we were kings,[-]
Sha na na na na na, na, na,
Sha na na na na na, na, na,
When we were kings[-],

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How Long Gone by Brooks & Dunn Ukulele Chords


By: Brooks and Dunn

Recorded in F)

E…… E B A B, E B A B

(1st V.) I keep thinkin’ any minute, you’ll be comin’ home honey.

I ain’t seen nothin’ of you in a month of Sundays.

E B A B E E B A B,
Tell me, how long gone are you gonna be?

All you said was you had to get goin’ Ah! But baby,

I wouldn’t mind knowin’ Just how long gone are you gonna be?

(Chorus)How’m I supposed to make any plans, when I still don’t even understand,

If you’re ever[(A] gonna come back hom[B)]e to me. Tell me please…..

E B A B E E B A B, E B A B
How long gone are you gonna be?

(2nd V)Maybe I didn’t pay enough attention. I do believe you forgot to mention,

E B A B E E B A B,
Just how long gone were ya gonna be.


Phone ain’t ringin’, ’cause you ain’t callin’,

I ain’t been hearin’ your footsteps fallin’.


Tell me, How long gone are ya gonna be? Well!!

(Chorus) (Lead) E B A B, E B A E

(Chorus) E B A B

Tell me, how long gone are you gonna be.

(Lead) E B A B, E B A B, E B A B, E B A, E

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Don’t Look Back Now by Brooks & Dunn Ukulele Chords


#Don’t Look Back Now
Writers: Kix Brooks & Don Cook

———————————————–

Intro: ( ) 2x

He doesn’t want your love
But he can’t say goodbye
He’s beggin’ you to stay
But he can’t tell you why
You finally made your move
Your hand is on the door
You know the rest is hard
You’ve been this far before

Don’t look back now
He’s gonna see you cryin’
You’ll turn around
It happens everytime
That look will always break you down
Don’t look back now

You pick your suitcase up
You hear him call your name
You’d give your soul to him
If things could be the same
You stop and close your eyes
You grab some memories
You think of better days
But that’s all history

Don’t look back now
He’s gonna see you cryin’
You’ll turn around
It happens everytime
That look will always break you down
Don’t look back now

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