If you are searching for Forgive Me ukulele chords, you’ve visit to the best place.
You can play versatile instrument Forgive Me using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Ida Maria can also be played by that instruments.
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Forgive Me chords has rhythm and included in Fortress ’round My Heart (2008) album.
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Forgive Me by Ida Maria Ukulele Chords

Intro


E-----------------------|
B-----------------------|
G----------------7---6--|
D----------------7---7--|
A----------------5---5--|
E-----------------------|

“You read about love in a book somewhere.Then you read it out loud what you found in there”


E-----------------------|
B-----------------------|
G----------------7---6--|
D----------------7---7--|
A----------------5---5--|
E-----------------------|

“And you had me for days and you had me for months.And I hope you’ve enjoyed your time of fun”


E-----------------------|
B-------------------7---|
G-------------------x-6-|
D-------------------7-7-|
A-------------------5-5-|
E-----------------------|

“Oh, forgive me .For running down yor door”


D----4-------4----5---|
A--3--------5---3-----| (Im not sure of this)
E---------------------|

“I thought all those fancy words were yours”


E-----------------|
B-----------------|
G----------6---7--|
D----------7---7--|
A----------5---5--|
E-----------------|

Verse (Same)

I’m treated with cold, cold kisses
And I’m treasured like a piece of junk
I call you up to say I love you
You only call me when you’re drunk
And still you keep me hanging around
Like I was some old sofa you found in a second-hand store
Oh, forgive me Em
For running down your door D E
I thought all those fancy words were yours
I promise I won’t do that anymore
I promise I won’t do that anymore

To play the most songs, including Forgive Me by Ida Maria 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 learn.