If you are looking for Julie at the Bar ukulele chords, you already come to the best site.
You can play versatile instrument Julie at the Bar using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Honeybrowne can also be played by that instruments.
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Julie at the Bar chords has rhythm and included in Finding Shade album.
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Julie at the Bar by Honeybrowne Ukulele Chords


tune guitar down 1/2 step
harmonica is b flat (not sure)

Intro: C G F (pick through these chords and you will hear it, may not be exact but its how I play it)

Hey there’s Julie at the bar

Working on another late night drink

She trying to cover all her scars

Hey there’s Julie, Julie at the bar

There’s a young man sitting next to her

Stealing glances from an old worn out mirror

And I hope one day that she will see

That that young man, staring at her is me

Chorus

Theif of reflections, baby

Dont want any misconceptions

Three dimensional theif of life

Cant you see, cant you see

The theiver is me

Julie, wont you, wont you see

And hey ther Julie, what brings you here

Night after night, not enough light to fill a smokey room

And are you willing to put up a fight

For a man, that man that makes you feel

Alright now Julie

Repeat Chorus

Solo: play chords of the chorus

Hey there’s Julie at the bar

Working on the last call, the last drink of the night

Still trying to cover all her scars

Hey there’s Julie, Julie at the bar

Repeat chorus

Repeat Intro

To play the this songs, including Julie at the Bar by Honeybrowne 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.

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This song by Honeybrowne can also be played by that instruments.
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Who Do You Think I Am chords has rhythm and included in Real (2000) album.
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Who Do You Think I Am by Honeybrowne Ukulele Chords


Who do you think I am?

Intro: Am—G—Am—G—Am—G—-Am—G

What the hell am I doing here?

Staring, comparing myself to a friend or a peer (friend or a peer)

What makes you better, what makes you better

Who do you think I am?

CHORUS

Who do you think I am (no it’s not )

Who do you think I am, no it’s not me yeah, me yeah, me yeah, no no

I can feel the heat from your breath

And love that is pounding from your chest

I can feel when your angry with me

And at night when you craving to hold me, hold me, so…so tight

SOLO: play chords of verse and chorus then repeat intro

Do you think it will work out?

Do you think it will workout and everything will be O.K...be O.K?

What makes you better, what makes you better

Who do you think I am?

REPEAT CHORUS

To play the most songs, including Who Do You Think I Am by Honeybrowne 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 Me and Smitty ukulele chords, you’ve come to the best place.
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Me and Smitty chords has rhythm and included in Real (2000) album.
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Me and Smitty by Honeybrowne Ukulele Chords


Me and Smitty – Honeybrowne

Me and Smitty in some beat up jeans
two crazy ass kids like no one’s ever seen
we were ridin’ bikes to the stop and go
for a can of snuff and some dirty magazines, well we

grew up fast in a none light town
where it seems like the world is a few miles round
we were buying beer at 17
with four bald tires and a fake ID

(chorus)

and i said hey there brother do you know how the story goes
how’d we get so far so fast man it seems like no one knows
hey there brother heaven knows how long it’s been
nothing’s changed round this old town you were always my best friend

well i remember one night they through Smitty in jail
used my dad’s credit card to pay his bail
yeah, dad was cool never siad a thing
Smitty gave me 60 bucks and a pint of Jim Beam
well the very next night we were riding around
drivin like hell through this one light town
yeah the Jim Beam didn’t last as long
but the way things were man we couldn’t go wrong

(chorus)

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If you are searching for Tokyo Tan ukulele chords, you already come to the best place.
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Tokyo Tan chords has rhythm and included in Finding Shade album.
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Tokyo Tan by Honeybrowne Ukulele Chords

by: Honeybrowne

Tune 1/2 step down

Tokyo tan go if you can

And if you go home alone

Say your with the band

Day turns to night

You got to pay for you bride

Don’t go home alone

Feeling alright

I’m not going blind (not going blind)

I’m not going to play with mine tonight

Asian girl lets give it a whirl

but don’t go home alone

my sweet Asian girl

I’m feeling high (felling high)

I’m feeling oh so fine tonight

Tokyo tan go if you can

and if you go home alone

You gotta use your hand

I’m not going blind (not going blind)

I’m not going to play with mine tonight

Chord notation

e—0— e—3—
B—1— B—3—
G—0— G—0—
D—0— D—2—
A—2— A—3—
E—X— E—X—

To play the this songs, including Tokyo Tan by Honeybrowne 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.

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Annie in the Moonlight chords has rhythm and included in Finding Shade album.
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Annie in the Moonlight by Honeybrowne Ukulele Chords


by: Honeybrowne

Tune down 1/2 step


Intro: (pick chords) - D---A---Bm---A---G 2x

Annie is waiting in the window

and pulls her long blond hair back from her eyes

she’s waiting for tomorrow

hoping to catch a glimpse of bluer skies


Bm---A---G

but I…

cannot wait for you to come my way now baby

(repeat chords of verse)
Annie’s dancing in the moonlight
with the rays reflecting off her skin
she’s crying on the steps of her apartment
refusing to come back in
but I…
cannot wait for you to come my way now baby

CHORUS

and hey there’s

Annie in the moonlight

Sparkling as she moves across the floor

I’m hoping that she’ll look my way


Bm---A---G

before..


Bm---A---G

before she heads out

before she heads out

towards the door

LEAD: repeat chords of the chorus

REPEAT CHORUS

(same chords as chorus)
won’t you look at me and smile
won’t you sit with me for a while
won’t you tell me that you’re never going to leave
won’t you get into my car
and you can drive away
drive away with me
so very, very far

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Deeper Shade of Blue chords has rhythm and included in Finding Shade album.
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Deeper Shade of Blue by Honeybrowne Ukulele Chords


by: Honeybrowne

e———0——-2——-0——-0—
B———0——-3——-0——-0—
G———0—–0-2-0h2-0-2——-0—
D——-0-2-0h2—0——-2-0h2-0-2— REPEAT
A—0h2—2——-0——-0——-2—
E—————–X——————-

Tune guitar down 1/2 step

It was one last kissed stopped short of a cold good-bye

This wasn’t unheard of surprise

Hoped in my truck, said good-bye and wished you luck

And then remembered all of our good times.

Well I was headed right down 81 when the DJ played our old song

Doing that shit ought to be a crime

CHORUS

But tonight there’s only one shade of blue

Deepest, darkest, and loneliest you

Should have know what this was leading to

But tonight there’s only one shade of blue.

REPEAT INTRO

I was headed toward the light trying to make a wrong seem right

Looks like I’m headed there again

Well the devil was in her eyes and maybe there’s a second prize

Loneliness is my old friend

Well the DJ played the same old song, the highway miles moved along

Looks like I’m headed straight down to hell again.

REPEAT CHOURS

Solo: play chords of the verse

REPEAT INTRO

Well the song’s almost through, baby just like me and you

Maybe I’ll be home for a second try

And I’ll keep on pushing through the dawn, and I’ll find myself just one more song

Don’t worry honey, I ain’t ever coming back.

REPEAT CHOURS

Chord Notation

e—0—
B—0—
G—2—
D—2—
A—0—
E—X—

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If you are looking for Inside ukulele chords, you’ve visit to the best place.
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This song by Honeybrowne can also be played by that instruments.
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Inside chords has rhythm and included in Finding Shade album.
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Inside by Honeybrowne Ukulele Chords


by: Honeybrowne

Tune 1/2 step down

Capo: 2nd

Intro: D-A-Bm-G—D-A—Bm-G

Realizations are telling me what

what I can not have

when I lay my head down and close my eyes

I see someone from inside

It’s so much happier here

It’s so much brighter here

Why can’t I stay on the inside (inside) and hide

CHORUS

I can feel the changes in my head

Visual memories are all but dead

Got to find a way to resolve

All the thought that you will call

SOLO: play chords of verse

Verse #2 (play same chords as verse 1)
Despite the restrictions this is where I hide
My place to be free inside
My place to hold, my place to kiss
Why is consciousness not like this

It’s so much happier here
It’s so much brighter here
Why can’t I stay on the inside and hide

REPEAT CHORUS

Verse #3 (play same chords as verse 1)
Frustrations are telling me I can’t go
There’s to many calendars torn down
It’s time to fight, time to confide
Time to bring someone for the inside

It’s so much happier here
It’s so much brighter here
Why can’t I stay on the inside and hide

REPEAT CHORUS

To play the this songs, including Inside by Honeybrowne 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.