If you are looking for Shame ukulele chords, you have come to the right place.
You can play versatile instrument Shame using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Matchbox Twenty can also be played by that instruments.
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Shame chords has rhythm and included in Yourself or Someone Like You (1996) album.
You can also find another musical genres, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Shame by Matchbox Twenty Ukulele Chords


This is played with capo, but i’m tabbing it without it.If you want it

Intro:(Verse)
[-]

E————2~—————0—–2—-0——–
B———4—–4—————-0———-0——
G——-4———-4——————————-
D————————–2———————–
A—2———————————————-
E————————————————–

Verse:
What we learned here is love tastes bitter when it’s gone
Past yourself forget the light, things look dirty when it’s on
Funny how it comes to pass, that all the good slips away
And there’s no one around you can remember being

Now this:
[-]

E——-4——4~———4———-
B———4———————5—-
G———–4———-4—-4——–
D————————————
A————————————
E————————————

good to you

Chorus:
Shame, shouldn’t try you, couldn’t step by you
And open up more
Shame, shame, shame

Verse 2:(same)
What we lost here is something better left alone
Second steps have been forgotten, will you tell me how they go
Set yourself, situate, like a fool try again
There’s no one around you can remember being good, for you so

Repeat Chorus

Bridge:
We never thought we’d get so troubled
We could never think that much
It should never get this mad

VErse(same)
So let the wind blow ya, across a big floor
But there’s no one around who can tell us what we’re here for
Funny in a certain light, how we all look the same
And there’s no one in life you can remember ever stood, for you, so

To play the this songs, including Shame by Matchbox Twenty 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 searching for Shame ukulele chords, you’ve come to the best place.
You can play versatile instrument Shame using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Matchbox Twenty can also be played by that instruments.
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Shame chords has rhythm and included in Yourself or Someone Like You (1996) album.
You can also find other musical style, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Shame by Matchbox Twenty Ukulele Chords


This is played with capo, but i’m tabbing it without it.If you want it

Intro:(Verse)
[-]

E————2~—————0—–2—-0——–
B———4—–4—————-0———-0——
G——-4———-4——————————-
D————————–2———————–
A—2———————————————-
E————————————————–

Verse:
What we learned here is love tastes bitter when it’s gone
Past yourself forget the light, things look dirty when it’s on
Funny how it comes to pass, that all the good slips away
And there’s no one around you can remember being

Now this:
[-]

E——-4——4~———4———-
B———4———————5—-
G———–4———-4—-4——–
D————————————
A————————————
E————————————

good to you

Chorus:
Shame, shouldn’t try you, couldn’t step by you
And open up more
Shame, shame, shame

Verse 2:(same)
What we lost here is something better left alone
Second steps have been forgotten, will you tell me how they go
Set yourself, situate, like a fool try again
There’s no one around you can remember being good, for you so

Repeat Chorus

Bridge:
We never thought we’d get so troubled
We could never think that much
It should never get this mad

VErse(same)
So let the wind blow ya, across a big floor
But there’s no one around who can tell us what we’re here for
Funny in a certain light, how we all look the same
And there’s no one in life you can remember ever stood, for you, so

To play the this songs, including Shame by Matchbox Twenty 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 looking for Rest Stop ukulele chords, you have visit to the best site.
You can play versatile instrument Rest Stop using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Matchbox Twenty can also be played by that instruments.
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Rest Stop chords has rhythm and included in Mad Season (2000) album.
You can also get another musical genres, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Rest Stop by Matchbox Twenty Ukulele Chords


SongTitle: Rest Stop

Intro Em, G, D, Em

Verse
just 3 miles, from the rest stop
And she slams on the breaks
She said I tried to be but I’m not
And could you please collect your things

Pre-chorus
Well I don’t wanna be cold, I don’t wanna be cruel
But I gotta find more than what’s happened with you
So if you’d - open up the door

CHORUS
She said - while you were sleeping
I was listening to the radio and wondering what you’re dreaming
when it came to mind that I didn’t care

it came to mind that I didn’t care
So I thought – hell if it’s over
I had better end it quick or I could lose my nerve
Are you listening – Can you hear me
Have you forgotten

Verse
Just 3 miles from the rest stop
And my mouth’s too dry to rage
The light was shining from the radio
I could barely see her face

Pre-chorus
But she knew all the words that I never had said
She knew the crumbled up promise of this
broken down man – As I opened up my door

(chorus)

‘SOLO’ Chords are: C, D, C, D (x2)
(play both guitars at same time)

Guitar 1 distorsion


e|--------------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------------------------|
G|----------------7----------------------/9--7------------------|
D|--5--7----5--7-------------------5--7-------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------------|

Guitar 2 clean (‘behind’ guitar 1)


e|--------------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------------------------|
G|--------------------------------------------------------------|
D|--------------------------------------------------------------|
A|-----------------10--12--14--12---------------10--12--14--12--|
E|--------------------------------------------------------------|

Guitar 1


e|----------------------------10--10--10--/15-------------|
B|--------------------------------------------------------|
G|--------/9--7----------------7---7---7--/12-------------|
D|--5--7--------------------------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------|

Guitar 2


e|--------------------------------------------------------|
B|--------------------------------------------------------|
G|--------------------------------------------------------|
D|---------------10--9--7---------------------------------|
A|--------------------------------------------------------|
E|--------------------------------------------------------|

(chorus x2)

hold last ‘A’ chord to finish it off at the end of
second chorus.

E-mial me with any suggestions, comments or corrections,
Ryan Short

To play the most songs, including Rest Stop by Matchbox Twenty 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 searching for Disease ukulele chords, you have come to the best site.
You can play versatile instrument Disease using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Matchbox Twenty can also be played by that instruments.
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Disease chords has rhythm and included in More Than You Think You Are (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.

Disease by Matchbox Twenty Ukulele Chords

PROPS GO TO: Iceman


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Intro:


------

Gtr. 1 (with Wah-wah)


|--------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------|
|-4-4-4--4-4-4--6-6-6--6-6-6--5-5-5--5-5-5--6-6-6--|
|--------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------------------|

then

Gtr.2


|----------------------|
|----------------------|
|---------6--4---------|
|--4-h-6--6--6---------|
|--4-h-6---------------|
|----------------------|

Gtr.1 continues:


|------------------------------------------------|
|--------------------------------------4-3-------|
|-4-4-4--4-4-4--6-6-6--6-6-6--5-5-5--5------6~---|
|------------------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------------------|

Gtr.2 plays chords.

“Disease”

Intro:

Verse:

Bridge:

Chorus:

C – part:


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(Rob Thomas)

Feels like you made a mistake

You left a stain
..

No one’s ever turned you over

I got a disease

Feels like you’re making a mess

Every little thing you do is tragic

I got a disease

I think that I’m sick…

Yeah well free of my disease [C-part]

I got a disease

I think that I’m sick

To play the this songs, including Disease by Matchbox Twenty 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 If You’re Gone ukulele chords, you have visit to the best site.
You can play versatile instrument If You’re Gone using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Matchbox Twenty can also be played by that instruments.
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If You’re Gone chords has rhythm and included in Mad Season (2000) 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.

If You’re Gone by Matchbox Twenty Ukulele Chords


This song is very interesting the way that it’s played, but I think that I’ve finally
gotten it down pat. It’s played in 2 parts, either one played by itself sounds fine and
the 2 played together sounds pretty awesome. The first part is played in standard tuning
and is pretty much used through the entire song. The second part is played on an acoustic
guitar with a capo on the seventh (that’s right… 7th) fret. This part plays all of the
riffs and during the chorus. So all of the riffs dictated are done with the capoed guitar
and during the chorus and such using the capoed guitar will be dictated putting the chords
in (parenetheses) above the standard chord. It gets kind of confusing but just follow the
progression and you’ll get it.

Riff #1(capo) Riff#2(capo)


G-2----2---- D-0---0-----0--- ----------0----------
B--3--3----- G--2-2--2-2----- x5 ------------2---------
e---0------- B---3----3------ ---------------3--2-----

CHORDS (EADGBe):

A:x02220
Asus2:x02420
D:xx0232
G:320033
Em:022000
F#m:244222
Esus:022200
Dsus2:xx0230
D5:xx023X
Bm:xx4432

INTRO: Riff #1

VERSE#1:

I think I’ve already lost you, I think you’re already gone

I think I’m finally scared now, you think I'm weak

I think you’re wrong

I think you’re already leaving, feels like your hand is on the door

I thought this place was an empire, now I’m relaxed

I can’t be sure


(Riff2)------>

And I think you’re so mean, I think we should try

I think I could need this is my life and I think I’m scared
(end Riff2) (D5)
I think too much, I know it’s wrong it’s a problem I’m dealin’

CHORUS:
[(D)] [(G)][(D)]
If you’re gone, maybe it’s time to come home
[(Em)] [(A)][(D/Dsus2/D)]
There’s an awful lot of breathing room, but I can hardly move
[(D)] [(G)][(D)]
If you’re gone, baby you need to come home, come home
[(Em)] [(A)][(Dsus2)]
There’s a little bit of something in me and everything in you

BEFORE VERSE 2:

(Riff #1)
D, F#m, E, Dsus2

VERSE 2 (Same chord progression as verse 1)

I bet you’re hard to get over, I bet the room just won’t shine
I bet my hands I can stay here, and I bet you need more than you mind
And I think you’re so mean, I think we should try
I think I could need this in my life I think I’m just scared
That I know too much, I can’t relate and that’s a problem I’m feeling

CHORUS (Same as before)

only difference:

…and everything in…… you

BRIDGE:

A, D, A, Bm, E, A or capoed (D,G,D,Em,A,D)


(Riff2)--------->

I think you’re so mean, I think we should try

I think I could need this in my life and I think I’m scared
(End Riff2) (D5)
Do I talk too much? I know it’s wrong it’s a problem I’m dealing

CHORUS:
[(D)] [(G)][(D)]
If you’re gone, then maybe it’s time to come home
[(Em)] [(A)][(D)]
Well, there’s an awful lot of breathing room, but I can hardly move
[(G)][(D)]
You know, if you’re gone, hell, baby you need to come home, oh come home
[(Em)] [(A)]
There’s a little bit of something in me
(Riff1)—>
And everything in.….. you
[(D5)]
Something in me, everything in. Something in me, in you.

That’s the whole of it. Again you can use either of the tabs and it should
work, though it sounds really cool when the 2 are done together as in the song. Don’t forget
that the stuff in parentheses has a capo in the 7th fret.

To play the most songs, including If You’re Gone by Matchbox Twenty 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 Bent ukulele chords, you already visit to the best site.
You can play versatile instrument Bent using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Matchbox Twenty can also be played by that instruments.
=

Bent chords has rhythm and included in Mad Season (2000) album.
You can also find another musical genres, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Bent by Matchbox Twenty Ukulele Chords

Bent
Matchbox Twenty

F#m is played over this riff

begin note bent up half step (should sound like 10th fret, then go
down to 9th)


e----------------------------------------------------------------------
b----------------------------------------------------------------------
g----------------------------------------------------------------------
d--9---10^9---10^9--7--6--------------6-7-9---10^9---10^9---7--6-------
a------------------------7---9----7-9-----------------------------9----
e--------------------------9-------------------------------------------

If I fall along the way
Pick me up and dust me off
and if I get too tired to make it
be my breath so I can walk

If I need some other love
give me more than I can stand
and when my smile gets old and faded
wait around I’ll smile again

shouldn’t be so complicated
just hold me and then
just hold me again

can you help me I’m bent
I’m so scared that I’ll never
get put back together
you’re breaking me in
and this is how we will end
with you and me bent


d----------
a----------
e----5--4--

If I couldn’t sleep could you sleep
could you paint me better off
could you sympathize with my needs
I know you think I need a lot

I started out clean but I’m jaded
just phoning it in
just breaking the skin

can you help me I’m bent
I’m so scared that I’ll never
get put back together
you’re breaking me in
and this is how we will end
with you and me bent


start bending me
It’s never enough
I feel all your pieces
start bending me
Keep bending me until I’m completely broken in

F#m is played over this riff

begin note bent up half step (should sound like 10th fret, then go
down to 9th)


e----------------------------------------------------------------------
b----------------------------------------------------------------------
g----------------------------------------------------------------------
d--9---10^9---10^9--7--6--------------6-7-9---10^9---10^9---7--6-------
a------------------------7---9----7-9----------------------------------
e--------------------------9-------------------------------------------

shouldn’t be so complicated
just touch me and then
just touch me again

can you help me I’m bent
I’m so scared that I’ll never
get put back together
you’re breaking me in
and this is how we will end
with you and me bending
without understanding, hell I’ll go there again

can you help me I’m bent
I’m so scared that I’ll never
get put back together
you’re breaking me in
and this is how we will end
with you and me bent

To play the this songs, including Bent by Matchbox Twenty 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.