If you are searching for Think That You Might Be Wrong ukulele chords, you have come to the best place.
You can play versatile instrument Think That You Might Be Wrong using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Great Lake Swimmers can also be played by that instruments.
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Think That You Might Be Wrong chords has rhythm and included in New Wild Everywhere (2012) 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.

Think That You Might Be Wrong by Great Lake Swimmers Ukulele Chords


Think That You Might Be Wrong – Great Lake Swimmers

CAPO on 5th FRET

CHORDS USED
D Bm A G G/F# Em
e 2 2 0 3 x 0
b 3 3 2 3 3 0
G 2 4 2 0 0 0
D 0 4 2 0 0 2
A – 2 0 2 x 2
E – – – 3 2 0

not sure on the name of the chord, you can also use play the “b” chord open on the G and G/F#.

CAPO on 5th FRET

[G/F#]
What time is it?
Would you tell me wolf?
Are you coming around here?
With your teeth so [G/F#]sharp
And I never gave you the best part of me
I just left you in charge for a little [G/F#]while


Must’ve been some
Must’ve been some great fury
That took you so far
Took you so far away

Think that you might be wrong
Think that you might
Think that you might be [G/F#]wrong
Think that you might be wrong
Think that you might
Think that you might be [G/F#]wrong


And look at you now
With your confidence
Riding around on a lion’s [G/F#]back
Mistaking shadow for a stranger’s love
Well, you’re larger than life
When the lighting [G/F#]is right


Must’ve been some
Must’ve been some great fury
That took you so far
Took you so far away

[G/F#]

Think that you might be wrong
Think that you might
Think that you might be [G/F#]wrong
Think that you might be wrong
Think that you might
Think that you might be [G/F#]wrong

To play the most songs, including Think That You Might Be Wrong by Great Lake Swimmers 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 master.

If you are searching for The Man With No Skin ukulele chords, you have come to the right site.
You can play versatile instrument The Man With No Skin using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Great Lake Swimmers can also be played by that instruments.
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The Man With No Skin chords has rhythm and included in Great Lake Swimmers (2003) 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.

The Man With No Skin by Great Lake Swimmers Ukulele Chords


D? D? D? D? D? D? D?D?D?D? C? C? C? C? C? C? C?C?C?C?


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

Remove your finger from the string to play it openly. G string (third string) for the D chord and
B string (second string) for the C chord.
Please NOTE: Don’t follow completely the upper tab. Just listen to the song to get the right strumming.
The tablature above is just a guidance. I strongly recommend to just listen to the song, feel it and you will
get the perfect strumming pattern.

[Verse 1]

For the four verses you can continue playing the intro with the same strumming pattern or just play the
chords.


If I could crawl into a shell
Then I would a mile away
Things are heavy enough already
And I really do think that’s
The best that I can do
Stuck here and all

And I really do think that
Don’t care at all

Take a step forwards

Don’t be afraid
Take a step backwards
Don’t be afraid
So go on
So look back
Stuck inside a heavy shell
Try to walk and not be pushed

[Chorus 1]

The chords for the chorus are G – A – D – G. There are some variations for the A and D chords that
I am showing in the tab below, however you can play them just normal and it sounds still very good.
You can play the variations if you want to sound it the most similar to the record as possible


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

And the man with no skin
I would not let him in
Would not let him sign off
’Cause nobody wants to see
A beating heart
Or a lung
Or a brain

[Verse 2]

Used to get so caught up
Used to get so wrapped up
Now I find myself feeling
Disillusioned and emotionless
Like I’ve been betrayed
This world let me down
In a big way
Now I feel like a dog maimed
Picking at fleas
Picking at fleas

[Chorus 2]

And the man with no skin
I would not let him in
Would not let him sign off
’Cause nobody wants to see
A beating heart
Or a lung
Or a brain


[Verse 3]

It’s hard to walk
With broken legs
It gets hard to breathe
Without lungs
It’s hard to love the world
Without a heart
What else should I cut out?
Where do I start?

[Chorus 3]

A new chord appears at the end of this chorus.

[D/F#]


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

And the man with no skin
I would not let him in
Would not let him sign off
’Cause nobody wants to see
A beating heart
Or a lung
Or a brain

[D/F#]

[Verse 4]

Start to grow a second skin
To keep the insides in[D/F#]
This one is obviously not thick enough[D/F#]
It’s time to grow a second skin
Keep the insides in[D/F#]
And maybe get some longer and mask(?)[D/F#]
And maybe get some longer and mask(?)[D/F#]
And maybe get some longer and mask(?)

To play the this songs, including The Man With No Skin by Great Lake Swimmers 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 master.

If you are looking for Bodies and Minds ukulele chords, you have visit to the best site.
You can play versatile instrument Bodies and Minds using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Great Lake Swimmers can also be played by that instruments.
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Bodies and Minds chords has rhythm and included in Bodies and Minds (2005) 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.

Bodies and Minds by Great Lake Swimmers Ukulele Chords

Haven’t had much experience in writing tabs, but I wanted to give this song a try
it’s so beautiful.There might be minor flaws in the picking pattern, but it sounds pretty
anyway.

Also, the timing doesn’t appear properly in the pattern – you should listen to the song
that!

Chords used:


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Bm :x24430 (note the open e string)
A :x02220
G :320003
D :xx0232

Picking pattern:


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Intro + Verse + Chorus

Bm A


E|-------0----------------------0---------------|
B|--3-------3-----3--3------2------2---2--2-----|
G|----4--------4--------4-----2------2-------2--|
D|----------------------------------------------|
A|--2-----------------------0-------------------|
E|----------------------------------------------|


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

Bm A G D
O hold me, O holy, O golden, O grace
Bm A
Down here in fear, down where none can hear
Any whisper, any word

Etc etc!

Rest of the lyrics (from Songmeanings.net)


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Don?t wanna, you wanna
Don?t wanna, you wanna
Don?t wanna, you wanna
Don?t wanna, you wanna
Don?t wanna, you wanna
No sudden moves
Don?t wanna, you wanna
Don?t wanna, you wanna
Don?t wanna, you wanna
Don?t wanna, you wanna
Don?t wanna, you wanna
No sudden moves

Singing sorry to you, and sorry to you
Sleep won?t come till I?m sorry to you
For my body and my mind
Singing sorry to you, and sorry to you
Sleep won?t come till I?m sorry to you
From my body and my mind

Don?t wanna, you wanna
Don?t wanna, you wanna
Don?t wanna, you wanna
Don?t wanna, you wanna
Don?t wanna, you wanna
No sudden moves
Don?t wanna, you wanna
Don?t wanna, you wanna
Don?t wanna, you wanna
Don?t wanna, you wanna
Don?t wanna, you wanna
You wanna see it through

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

//ch1ptune

To play the this songs, including Bodies and Minds by Great Lake Swimmers 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 Moving, Shaking ukulele chords, you’ve visit to the best site.
You can play versatile instrument Moving, Shaking using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Great Lake Swimmers can also be played by that instruments.
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Moving, Shaking chords has rhythm and included in Great Lake Swimmers (2003) 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.

Moving, Shaking by Great Lake Swimmers Ukulele Chords

This is an awesome song from an awesome group, and is really simple to play– great for
starting out or who just loves this song.
If you’re playing along with the song, the tuning is fine. If you’re playing it by
you might want to use a capo because the key is very strange. Listen to the song a few times
you sing it. A pick is not used in the song, which makes it easier to strum.

All chords are strummed like so: the A and D string together, then G B e after. In all
accentuate the e string. The low E is not really strummed at all.
The third chord in the sequence could be either an F or an Am with the C (2nd string,
fret) held down. Whichever tickles your fancy, they both fit nicely.

INTRO
C plays a few times

I can’t write
I can’t sing
I can’t play
My insides have been broken
My inspiration has flown away
It’s hard to see all the little things


There’s a universe
In a crack in the wall
For an ant crawling across
A broken tile
And it’s hard to see all the little things
When the big things get in the way


I can’t eat
I can’t sleep
I can’t think straight
I did not know it could be like this
Some things are better off being left alone
There are things that are better left unknown

Oh hands,
Don’t fail me now
They’re the only things I have left
Oh fingers,
Don’t let me down, now
They’re the only things that aren’t gone

Oh world, come
Come crashing down, now
Oh hands, don’t fail me now
Oh let me become if I’m new to this
Oh hands, don’t fail me, now

I’m carrying my life in a cardboard box
Carrier bag on my back
I’m carrying my life in a cardboard box
Carrier bag on my back

Oh hands,
Don’t fail me now
They’re the only things I have got
Oh fingers,
Don’t let me down, now
Oh hands, don’t fail me now

All Hell falls
All down around me
Oh hands, don’t fail me now
Oh fingers,
Don’t let me down, now
Oh hands, don’t fail me now

Then there’s some funny business where he changes from F – C – F – C – G
or something similar. Listen to the song and try things out. Good luck, and happy playing.

To play the most songs, including Moving, Shaking by Great Lake Swimmers 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 Changing Colours ukulele chords, you have visit to the right site.
You can play versatile instrument Changing Colours using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Great Lake Swimmers can also be played by that instruments.
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Changing Colours chords has rhythm and included in Ongiara (2007) 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.

Changing Colours by Great Lake Swimmers Ukulele Chords


Intro

You look at me with uncertainty
you look at me with urgency
you look at me with a fear in your eyes
like you’re about to fall away

(follow pattern)

But don’t be afread to change your colours now
I’ve known you all summer, and you rose above it all
I see you hesitate to fall now
but it’s a pretty good view from down here, too

And when the wind takes you, it takes me, too
when you change colours, I change mine too
try not to think, and I will try too
and when you let go I will let go too

I knew you when you were green and strong
you were like a feather on a wing so long
You know I will miss you whne you are gone
But don’t be afraid if you just can’t hang on

Cause when the wind takes you it takes me too
when you change colours i change mine too
Try not to think and I will try too
and when you let go I will let go too

SOLO PART (key change)


(back to A Em G D)
The cold air is pushing hard on you
I know what you’re saying I can feel it too
You’ll go through changes and I’ll go through them too
Don’t be afraid now, don’t be afraid

Cause when the wind takes you it takes me too
when you change colours i change mine too
Try not to think and I will try too
and when you let go I will let go too

ooooh ooooh oooooh oooh ooh oooh
ooooh ooooh oooooh oooh ooh oooh
ooooh

Tabbed by Adam Rytwinski
Questions/Comments to arytwins@lakeheadu.ca

To play the most songs, including Changing Colours by Great Lake Swimmers 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.