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This song by Counting Crows can also be played by that instruments.
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Perfect Blue Buildings chords has rhythm and included in August and Everything After (1993) album.
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Perfect Blue Buildings by Counting Crows Ukulele Chords


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##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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#From: ken@cloudbusting.apple.com (Ken McLeod)
#Subject: CRD/TAB: Perfect Blue Buildings (Counting Crows)
#Date: Tue, 10 May 1994 13:53:23 GMT
#Followup-To: rec.music.makers.guitar.tablature,alt.guitar.tab
#
#– PERFECT BLUE BUILDINGS — Counting Crows
#Intro pattern (repeat 2x)


E|--------------------1---------| also play at end of first chorus
B|------------------3---3----3--|
G|---------------2---------2----|
D|--0-(let ring)----------------|
A|------------------------------|
E|------------------------------|

Just down the street from your hotel, baby
I stay at home with my disease
And ain’t this position familiar, darling
Well, all monkeys do what they see
Help me stay awake, I’m falling…
Down on Virginia and La Loma
Where I got friends who’ll care for me
You got an attitude of everything I ever wanted
I got an attitude of need
Help me stay awake, I’m falling…
CHORUS:
Asleep in perfect blue buildings
Beside the green apple sea
Gonna get me a little oblivion, baby
F C Bb 1.| Dm 2.| F
Try to keep myself away from | me | (myself and) me
| |
It’s 4:30 A.M. on a Tuesday
It doesn’t get much worse than this
In beds in little rooms in buildings in the middle
of these lives which are completely meaningless
Help me stay awake, I’m falling…
(CHORUS)
I got bones beneath my skin, and mister…
There’s a skeleton in every man’s house
Beneath the dust and love and sweat that hangs on everybody
There’s a dead man trying to get out
Please help me stay awake, I’m falling…
(CHORUS)
[–]Ken McLeod
Apple Computer, Inc.
ken@cloudbusting.apple.com

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These set you up to play a a lot of songs, and each of them is easy to master.

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This song by Counting Crows can also be played by that instruments.
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Catapult by Counting Crows Ukulele Chords


Date: Tue, 19 Nov 1996 19:52:38 -0800
From: “Michael A. Mazur”
Subject: TAB: Counting Crows, “Catapult”

Tab: “Catapult” by Counting Crows
Transcribed by Michael A. Mazur (mmazur@wpi.edu)
Revised by Aaron Carlino (acarlino@Empire.Net)

Intro: Hammond Organ arranged for guitar (play twice):

—0———-12—-0———–0———-
—9–10–12——–15–14–12–9–10–12–
——————————————
——————————————
——————————————-
——————————————-
–0———-0–0—0–0–0–0–0—
–9–10–12—–10–9–7–5–7–9—
———————————–
———————————–
————————————
————————————

After the first time, guitar 1 enters with a little distortion and a
lot of tremolo:

–0–
–0–
–1– hold for 8 beats
[–2–]
[–2–]–0–

Verse:

———————————–
———————————–
—–2–1—–1——–1—–2–4–
———–4—–4–2—–2——–
———————————–
–0——————————–
———————————–
———————————–
—–2–1—–1——–1—–2–1–
———–4—–2–4—–2——–
———————————–
–0——————————–

All of a sudden she disapp[Asus2/G#]ears,
just yesterday she was here
somebody tell me if I am sleeping
someone should be with me here (cause I don’t want to be alone)

Chorus:

Guitar 1 plays this riff twice

———————————12——————
—–12——12——10——10——10–12b(14)r12–
—————————————————–
/13——13——13——11————————–
—————————————————–
—————————————————–
————————————————-
—–12——10——–10—–10—–9—–9—–
—————–9———9——9—–9—–9–
/13——13————————————–
————————————————-
————————————————-

Second time, end here ^

I wanna be the knife that cuts into my hand
and I wanna be scattered from here in this catapult
What a big baby won’t somebody save me please

You won’t find nobody home

Verse 2: (same as first)

all of these quiet battered voices
wait for the hunger to come
we got little revolvers and stupid choices
and no one to say when we’re done
(Well I don’t wanna bring you down)

I wanna be the light that burns out your eyes
’cause I know there’s little things about me
that would sing in this silence of so much rejection
in every connection I make
I can’t find nobody home

Solo:

—————————————————————-
–12——–12–10b(12)r10–9—10b(11)r10–9–9b(10)r9b(10)r9–
——9–9——————————————————
—————————————————————-
—————————————————————-
—————————————————————-
——————————————–
—-12————————————–
——–9–9–97p6–6b(7)–64–4b(6)r42–
——————————————–
——————————————–
——————————————–
———————————————————
–9h10h12–9–9h10h12–12b(14)r12–10–9–10b(12)r10–9–
———————————————————
———————————————————
———————————————————
———————————————————
——12——14——16——17b(19)r17–16–16b(17)r16–14–12–
–12——12——12——12————————————–
——————————————————————
——————————————————————
——————————————————————
——————————————————————

I wanna be the light that burns out your eyes
’cause I know there’s little things about me
that would sing in this silence of so much rejection
in every connection I make
I can’t find nobody home

Guitar 1 plays this over the last repeats of the chorus

——12–11——12–11– ——12–11——12–11–
–12———-12———- –12———-12———-
————————– ————————–
————————– ————————–
————————– ————————–
————————– ————————–
——12–11——12–11– –12/14–14–14–14–14b(16)r14–
–12———-12———- ———————————
————————– ———————————
————————– ———————————
————————– ———————————
————————– ———————————
–7–7–7–7–7–7– –5–5–5–5–7–7/9– –7–7–7–7–7–7–
–7–7–7–7–7–7– –5–5–5–5———- –7–7–7–7–7–7–
——————– ———————- ——————–
——————– ———————- ——————–
——————– ———————- ——————–
——————– ———————- ——————–
–5–5–5–5–7–7/9– ——11–12——11–12–
–5–5–5–5———- –12———-12———-
———————- ————————–
———————- ————————–
———————- ————————–
———————- ————————–
——11–12–12b(14)r12–11– ——11–12——11–12–
–12————————– –12———-12————
—————————— —————————-
—————————— —————————-
—————————— —————————-
—————————— —————————-

Outro riff, repeat with feedback

–12–11–12–12b(14)r12–11—-
——————————–
——————————
——————————
——————————–
——————————–

To play the this songs, including Catapult by Counting Crows 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 Amie ukulele chords, you already come to the right place.
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This song by Counting Crows can also be played by that instruments.
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Amie by Counting Crows Ukulele Chords


Capo on 2nd fret.

G 25x
G F C 2x

I can see why you think you belong to me
I never tried to make you think, or let you see one thing for yourself
But now your off with someone else and I’m alone
You see I thought that I might keep you for my own

Amie, what you wanna do?
I think, I could stay with you
For a while, maybe longer if I do

G F C 2x

Don’t you think the time is right for us to find?
All the things we thought weren’t proper could be right in time,
and can you see?
Which way we should turn together or alone
I can never see what?¢â’¬â’¢s right or what is wrong

(will it take to long to see)

Amie, what you wanna do?
I think, I could stay with you
For a while, maybe longer if I do

G F C 2x

solo

Well now
Amie, what you wanna do?
I think, I could stay with you
For a while, maybe longer if I do

G F C 2x

Now it’s come to what you want you’ve had your way
And all the things you thought before just faded into gray
and can you see;
that I don’t know if it’s you or if it’s me?
If it’s one of us I’m sure we’ll both will see

(Won’t you look at me and tell me)

Amie, what you wanna do?
I think, I could stay with you
For a while, maybe longer, longer if I do

Yeah now
Amie, what you wanna do?
I think, I could stay with you
For a while, maybe longer, if I do

I keep..
Fallin’ in and out of love with you
Fallin’ in and out of love with you
Don’t know what I’m gonna do, I’d keep
Fallin’ in and out of love
With you

Submitted by Bullenhai

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If you are looking for Sullivan Street ukulele chords, you already come to the best site.
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This song by Counting Crows can also be played by that instruments.
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Sullivan Street chords has rhythm and included in August and Everything After (1993) album.
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Sullivan Street by Counting Crows Ukulele Chords


#
#From: Preserved Moose
#
#Sullivan Street
#Recorded by Counting Crows
#From the Album “August and Everything After”
#
#Figured out by jfafreak@wam.umd.edu
#
#These are the two main chords that make up the song
#(actually, the main riff)
#
#


E--2--2--2-------2-------|

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B--3--3--3-------3-------|

#


G--2--2--2-------0-------|

#


D--0-----0-------0-------|

#


A--------0---0---x-------|

#


E----------------3-------|

#
#Strum those in rhythm, and it should sound right.
#Those are the chords for all of the verse parts.
#For the bridge, just apreggiate them.
#
#The verse is just a repetition on those chords for 8 bars I think,
#heres the chorus
#
I’m almost drowning in her sea, shes nearly crawlin on her knees
Fpr the last chorus, its
I’m almost drowning in her sea, she’s nearly crawlin on her knees,
It’s almost everything I need
Essentailly for everything not Tabbed out, play the main riff.
Good luck!
John
Date: Sun, 30 Mar 1997 17:19:53 -0500 (EST)
From: Debbie Schueler
Subject: TAB: Sullivan Street by Counting Crows
Sullivan Street by Counting Crows
from August and Everything After
Words: Adam Duritz
Music: Adam Duritz & David Bryson
This is a very simple song to play involving a few easy chords with
alternating bass strings played. The effectiveness comes from the haunting,
soulful vocals.
D/G D chord with a G bass (300032)
Intro: D D/G D D/G D D/G D D/G
Took the way home [D/G]that leads back to Sullivan Street[D/G]
Across the water [D/G]and home through the town[D/G]
Past the shadows [D/G]that fall down wherever we meet[D/G]
Pretty soon now, [D/G]I won’t come around [D/G]//// (strong strum)
I’m almost drowning in her sea
She’s nearly fallen to her knees
Took the way [D/G]home …..(Ba, Ba, Baaaa)[D/G]
Took the way home [D/G]that leads back to Sullivan Street[D/G]
Where all the bodies [D/G] hang on the air[D/G]
If she remembers sh[D/G]e hides it whenever we meet[D/G]
Either way now I[D/G] don’t really care[D/G]
‘Cause I’m gone from there
I’m almost drowning in her sea
G D (arpeggio)
she’s nearly crawling on her knees
[D/G] [D/G] She’s down on her [D/G]knees
She’s down on her [D/G]knees
(strum)
Took the way home[D/G] that leads back to Sullivan Stree[D/G]t
Where I’m just another rider [D/G]burned to the groun[D/G]d
Come tumbling down
I’m almost drowning in his sea
She’s near me, crawling on her knees
It’s almost everything I need.[D/G][D/G]
I’m down on my knees[D/G]
I’m down on my knees[D/G]
I’m down on….
down on my knees.[D/G]
I’m down on my knees.
Arpeggio:
D pluck 4&1 together, then 1,2,3,1,2,3
D/G pluck 6&1 together, same pattern

To play the this songs, including Sullivan Street by Counting Crows 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 many of songs, and each of them is easy to learn.

If you are looking for Raining in Baltimore ukulele chords, you’ve come to the best place.
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Raining in Baltimore by Counting Crows Ukulele Chords

#——————————————————————————##

— RAINING IN BALTIMORE — Counting Crows

This circus is falling down on its knees
The big top is crumbling down
It’s raining in Baltimore fifty miles east
Where you should be, no one’s around

I need a phone call
I need a raincoat
I need a big love
I need a phone call

These train conversations are passing me by
And I don’t have nothing to say
You get what you pay for
But I just had no intention of living this way

I need a phone call
I need a plane ride
I need a sunburn
I need a raincoat

And I get no answers
And I don’t get no change
It’s raining in Baltimore, baby
But everything else is the same

There’s things I remember and things I forget
I miss you I guess that I should
Three thousand five hundred miles away
But what would you change if you could?

I need a phone call Maybe I should buy a new car
I can always hear a freight train If I listen real hard
And I wish it was a small world
Because I’m lonely for the big towns
I’d like to hear a little guitar
I think it’s time to put the top down

I need a phone call
I need a raincoat

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Hard Candy by Counting Crows Ukulele Chords


#
#Hard Candy
#Counting Crows
#
#Tabbed by nicolas levy(acade365@hotmail.com)
#Standard tuning
#Capo 2
#
#All chords(and the riff) relative to capo 2
#
#
#Intro:
#
#


1|------0---------0---------0--------------0|-

#


2|--------3---------3---------3-------3-2--3|-

#


3|-----------------------------------------2|-

#


4|-0---------------------------------------0|-

#


5|------------------------------------------|-

#


6|-----------3---------2---------0----------|-

#
#
#Verse 1:
On certain Sundays in November when the weather bothers me
I empty drawers of other summers where my shadows used to be
And she is standing by the water as her smile begins to curl
In this or any other summer she is something altogether different
Never just an ordinary girl (riff or D G Bm A)
Verse 2:
And in the evenings on Long Island when the colours start to fade
She wears a silly yellow hat that someone gave her when she stayed
I didn’t think that she returned it we left New York in a whirl
Time expands and then contracts when you are spinning in the grips of
someone who is not an ordinary girl
Chorus 1:
When you sleep you find your mother in the night
But she stays just out of sight
So there isn’t any sweetness in the dreaming
And when you wake the morning covers you with light
And it makes you feel alright
D F#m A Dsus2 (to riff or D G Bm A)
But it’s just the same hard candy you’re remembering again
Verse 3:
You send your lover off to China then you wait for her to call
You put your girl up on a pedestal then you wait for her to fall
I put my summer’s back in a letter and I hide it from the world
All the regrets you can’t forget are somehow pressed upon a picture
In the face of such an ordinary girl
Chorus 2:
And when you sleep you find your mother in the night
But she stays just out of sight
So there isn’t any sweetness in the dreaming
And when you wake the morning showers you with light
And it makes you feel alright
But it’s just the same hard candy you’re remembering again
Again, again, again
It’s just the same hard candy you’re remembering again
Again, again, again
And it’s just the same hard candy you’re remembering again
Outro riff:


|-----0-----------0-----------0-----------0-----|-
|-------3-----------3-----------3-----------3---|-
|---------2-----------2-----------2-----------2-|-
|-0---------------------------------------------|-
|-------------4-----------3---------------------|-
|-------------------------------------3---------|-


Outro: (with riff)
Go ask her to come around and see me late after dark
Don’t ask me to come around then wait to see if there’s a spark
Go ask her to come around and see me late after dark
Don’t ask me to come around then wait to see if there’s a spark
Go ask her to come around and see me late after dark
Don’t ask me to come around then wait to see if there’s a spark

To play the this songs, including Hard Candy by Counting Crows 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 Hard Candy ukulele chords, you have come to the right place.
You can play versatile instrument Hard Candy using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Counting Crows can also be played by that instruments.
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Hard Candy chords has rhythm and included in Hard Candy (2002) album.
You can also get another musical style, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Hard Candy by Counting Crows Ukulele Chords


#
#Hard Candy
#Counting Crows
#
#Tabbed by nicolas levy(acade365@hotmail.com)
#Standard tuning
#Capo 2
#
#All chords(and the riff) relative to capo 2
#
#
#Intro:
#
#


1|------0---------0---------0--------------0|-

#


2|--------3---------3---------3-------3-2--3|-

#


3|-----------------------------------------2|-

#


4|-0---------------------------------------0|-

#


5|------------------------------------------|-

#


6|-----------3---------2---------0----------|-

#
#
#Verse 1:
On certain Sundays in November when the weather bothers me
I empty drawers of other summers where my shadows used to be
And she is standing by the water as her smile begins to curl
In this or any other summer she is something altogether different
Never just an ordinary girl (riff or D G Bm A)
Verse 2:
And in the evenings on Long Island when the colours start to fade
She wears a silly yellow hat that someone gave her when she stayed
I didn’t think that she returned it we left New York in a whirl
Time expands and then contracts when you are spinning in the grips of
someone who is not an ordinary girl
Chorus 1:
When you sleep you find your mother in the night
But she stays just out of sight
So there isn’t any sweetness in the dreaming
And when you wake the morning covers you with light
And it makes you feel alright
D F#m A Dsus2 (to riff or D G Bm A)
But it’s just the same hard candy you’re remembering again
Verse 3:
You send your lover off to China then you wait for her to call
You put your girl up on a pedestal then you wait for her to fall
I put my summer’s back in a letter and I hide it from the world
All the regrets you can’t forget are somehow pressed upon a picture
In the face of such an ordinary girl
Chorus 2:
And when you sleep you find your mother in the night
But she stays just out of sight
So there isn’t any sweetness in the dreaming
And when you wake the morning showers you with light
And it makes you feel alright
But it’s just the same hard candy you’re remembering again
Again, again, again
It’s just the same hard candy you’re remembering again
Again, again, again
And it’s just the same hard candy you’re remembering again
Outro riff:


|-----0-----------0-----------0-----------0-----|-
|-------3-----------3-----------3-----------3---|-
|---------2-----------2-----------2-----------2-|-
|-0---------------------------------------------|-
|-------------4-----------3---------------------|-
|-------------------------------------3---------|-


Outro: (with riff)
Go ask her to come around and see me late after dark
Don’t ask me to come around then wait to see if there’s a spark
Go ask her to come around and see me late after dark
Don’t ask me to come around then wait to see if there’s a spark
Go ask her to come around and see me late after dark
Don’t ask me to come around then wait to see if there’s a spark

To play the most songs, including Hard Candy by Counting Crows 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 master.

If you are looking for Ghost Train ukulele chords, you’ve come to the right site.
You can play versatile instrument Ghost Train using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Counting Crows can also be played by that instruments.
=

Ghost Train chords has rhythm and included in August and Everything After (1993) album.
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Ghost Train by Counting Crows Ukulele Chords


Intro:
|Dm |Dm Dm/F |Dm |Dm Dm/G |

I took the cannonball down to the ocean
Across the desert from sea to shining sea
I rode a ladder that climbs across the nation C/G
Fifty million feet of earth between the buried and me

“How do you do?”
She said, “[C/G]Hey, how do you do?”

She buys a ticket cause it’s cold where she comes from
She climbs aboard because she’s scared of getting older in the snow
Love is a ghost train rumbling through the darkness C/G
Hold on to me darling I’ve got nowhere else to go

“How do you do?”
She said, “[C/G]Hey, how do you do?” hey…

|Fmaj9 |C/G |Am |Am |
Yeah.
|Fmaj9 |C/G |Am |Am |
|Fmaj9 |C/G |Am |Am |
|Fmaj9 |C/G |Am |Am |D G ….

I took the cannonball down to the ocean
Watched the diesel disappear beneath the tumbling waves
Love is a ghost train howling on the radio C/G
“Remember everything.” she said, “when only memory remains.”

“How do you do?”
She said, “[C/G]Hey, how do you do?” [C/G]
“How do you do?”
She said, “[C/G]Hey, how do you do?”

To play the this songs, including Ghost Train by Counting Crows by ukulele, the most important basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord.
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This song by Counting Crows can also be played by that instruments.
=

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Four Days by Counting Crows Ukulele Chords

This is a correction from the other. That sounds fine when you’re playing
acoustic guitar with a full band. If you want the full sound from one person the
chords should look like this:

Verses:

[F#/D]

[[–2—2—3—0—/
[[–3—3—3—3—/ Notes: The F#/D chord is best played by releasing the index finger
[[–2—x—0—0—/ from the D chord to finger the F# bass note, then release the
[[–0—0—0—2—/ middle finger to walk to the G chord.
[[–x—0—x—2—/ Also, the progression ends with a hammer on from the F#
[[–x—2—3—0—/ bass note to the G bass note, played on the E string. Listen for

this riff in the recorded track, you’ll understand.

Lyrics/Chords:

All I want[F#/D] is something good
(Hammer on riff)
It gets harder every time.

She is [F#/D]leaving here tonight

(Hammer on riff)
Take a breath

Take your time
Spread your wings and rise

Chorus:

They descend and then they climb
Feathers falling through the night
Have you seen Ohio rise?
It has been four days and four nights

Return to original chord/riff pattern for the final verse.
Then the chorus patter to end the song, with some room for improvisation towards the end.
End on Em

To play the most songs, including Four Days by Counting Crows 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 learn.

If you are looking for Angels of the Silences ukulele chords, you already visit to the best place.
You can play versatile instrument Angels of the Silences using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Counting Crows can also be played by that instruments.
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Angels of the Silences chords has rhythm and included in Recovering the Satellites (1996) 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.

Angels of the Silences by Counting Crows Ukulele Chords


Well I guess you left me with some feathers in my hand
Did it make it any easier to leave me where I stand?
I guess there might not be too many who would stand beside you now
Where’d you come from? where am I going?
Why’d you leave me til I’m only good for…
Waiting for you
All my sins
I said that I would pay for them if I could come back to you
All my innocence is wasted on the dead and dreaming

Every night these silhouettes appear above my head
Little angels of the silences that climb into my bed and whisper
Every time I fall asleep, every time I dream
did you come? would you lie?
Why’d you leave us til we’re only good for…
Waiting for you
All my sins…
I said that I would pay for them if I could come back to you
All my innocence is wasted on the dead and dreaming

I dream of michelangelo when I’m lying in my bed
Little angels hang above my head and read me like an open book
Suck my blood break my nerve offer me their arms
Well, I will not be an enemy of anything
I’ll only stand here

Waiting for you
All my sins…
I said that I would pay for them if I could come back to you
All my innocence is wasted on the dead and dreaming

I’m gone, I’m gone, Take me away,
I’m gone, I’m gone, I’m gone, Take me away.
I’m gone, I’m gone, I’m gone, I’m gone, I’m gone
I’m gone.

To play the most songs, including Angels of the Silences by Counting Crows 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.

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