If you are searching for Black Helicopter ukulele chords, you’ve visit to the best site.
You can play versatile instrument Black Helicopter using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Matthew Good can also be played by that instruments.
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Black Helicopter chords has rhythm and included in Hospital Music (2007) 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.

Black Helicopter by Matthew Good Ukulele Chords


__________________
| Black Helicopter |
| Matthew Good |
Tabbed by: Ross Wale ‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾‾
rosswale17@gmail.com

For the picking parks, the thicker pick you use, the better it sounds.
I’ve probably made this tab in a way that it’s difficult to understand, but it’s all here.

Tune down a half step.

Chords:


|--0--0--3--1--|
|--1--1--3--1--|
|--2--0--0--2--|
|--2--2--0--3--|
|--0--3--2--3--|
|--x--x--3--1--|

Riff 1


------------------------------------------|
----------------3-------5/6-6-6-6-5-5-----|
--------5---------------------------------|
--3h5p3---3h5p3---3h5p3-------------------|
------------------------------------------|
------------------------------------------|

Riff 2


------------------------------------------|
----------------3-------5-5-5/6-6/8-86-6-|
--------5---------------------------------|
--3h5p3---3h5p3---3h5p3-------------------|
------------------------------------------|
------------------------------------------|

Chorus:
This is really bass playing, no guitar, but you can just palm mute the strings and play
it
( Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/m/matthew_good/black_helicopter_tab.html )


---------------------------|
---------------------------|
---------------------------|
---------------------------|
--------3--0-0-0-0-0h3-0h3-|
-1-1-1-1-------------------|

There are a lot more 1’s and 0’s, it would just take up too much space to tab them all.

Post Chorus
I couldn’t figure out the first half of the post chorus riff.. but i tried.
I’m pretty sure abotu the second part.


------------------------------------------------|
----------------3--5-3-0----------------3-5-----|
--------5-----------------------5---------------|
--3h5h3---3h5p3-----------3h5h3---3h5p3---------|
------------------------------------------------|
------------------------------------------------|

Drum Intro
Verse Riffs x 3
Drum Interlude
Chorus x 3
Post Chorus
Verse x 3
Drum Interlude
Chorus x 4
Post Chorus

All you need to rememeber is that Riff one is played with Am, C, and F
and Riff 2 is always played with G

You’re going to take what you can get
a hammered styrofoam
beat into the West
live the highway in your home
you’re going to get what you deserve
and not a penny less
concrete the natural absurd
only killers call killing progress

Chorus(only bass)

Fall on me
Black Helicopter
they’re all I see
Black Helicopters

You’re going to take what you can get
food aid rock and roll
absolution for your head
for Xbox, COINTELPRO
you’re going to get what you deserve
and not a bullet less
hey Sammy, ain’t you heard?
only killers call killing progress

Chorus(only bass)

Fall on me
Black Helicopter
they’re all I see
Black Helicopters

To play the this songs, including Black Helicopter by Matthew Good 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 In a World Called Catastrophe ukulele chords, you have come to the right site.
You can play versatile instrument In a World Called Catastrophe using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Matthew Good can also be played by that instruments.
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In a World Called Catastrophe chords has rhythm and included in Avalanche (2003) album.
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In a World Called Catastrophe by Matthew Good Ukulele Chords


Couldn’t find the rhythem part that Matt plays in the video so here is the
MGtabArchieve version, I think its fairly spot on so kudos to whoever transcribed it! Enjoy!

Tuning: Eb/Ab/Dd/Gb/Bb/Eb

B : 799800
A : X07650
F#m : 244200
E : 022100
A : 577600
B5 : x24400
Abm : x46654
Asus: x02200

Intro:

here it comes and there it goes
another day of decomposing light
in a world called catastrophe
my native tongue is blasphemy

so it’s the one I’ll write

baby can you feel it?
don’t it make you wanna lay down

and close your eyes?

baby can you feel it?
don’t it make you wanna lay down

and close your eyes?

remember how we started?
A E
cause since then I’m a waste
since then I’m a fool
A
since then I’m a dog
in a world called catastrophe
since then I’m a waste


here it comes and there it goes
another day of getting up to fight
in a world called catastrophe
my native tongue is blasphemy

so that’s the one i write

baby can you hear it?
don’t it make you wanna wake up

and open your eyes?

baby can you hear it?
don’t it make you wanna wake up

and open your eyes?


remember how we started?
A
cause since then I’m a waste




remember how we started?

cause since then I’m a waste
remember how we started?

cause since then I’m a waste
remember how we started?
cause since then I’m a waste
since then I’m a fool
since then I’m a dog
in a world called catastrophe
since then I’m a waste


Outro Chords: It’s possible the little eb string is tuned down half a step to a D,
and on that little string there is a hammer on from 0 to 1. The song may be tuned like this
the whole song but it’s not necessary.


To play the this songs, including In a World Called Catastrophe by Matthew Good 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 A Silent Army in the Trees ukulele chords, you’ve come to the right site.
You can play versatile instrument A Silent Army in the Trees using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Matthew Good can also be played by that instruments.
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You can also find another musical style, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

A Silent Army in the Trees by Matthew Good Ukulele Chords


Vancouver 2009
Acoustic

Tuning D#G#C#F#A#C# -half step down high e dropped an extra full step

F#/A[/ch] 100220
A 002220

Very simple song, listen to Matt play to figure out the timing for the added bass notes.
Its all hammering on the low E string (or D# if you decide to tune your guitar down
which is not necessary) during both A chords.

Intro/filler: F#/A A (listen to get # of reps)

Verse:
F#/A[/ch]
What will you find, where will you be
when you gotta trade for company
Those plastic guns and infantry
for a silent army in the trees?
F#/A[/ch]
Well this ain’t the woods behind the house
there ain’t nobody screaming out
for you to come inside and eat
You’re just holding your friends and watching them bleed
F#/A[/ch]
Wore camouflage on Halloween,
a plastic bag, an M-16
Door to door and house to house
but ain’t nobody handing it out
F#/A[/ch]
Yeah nothing’s ever what it seems
when you’re kicking in teeth and wishing it dreams
Just plastic guns and infantry
for a silent army in the trees

Verse 2: F#/A[/ch] A
Now baby don’t you let me down
a world away and still somehow
Can’t shake the feeling that you’re out
With another man’s arms wrapped tight around you
At night it’s cold, we sit and freeze
running red lights in our Humvees
Never thought I’d live to see the day I’d be
afraid of little kids playing in the streets
Well this ain’t the woods behind the house
There ain’t nobody screaming out
for you to come inside and eat
You’re just holding your friends and watching them bleed

Chorus:
Bm A F#/A[/ch]
I’m on fire
Bm A F#/A[/ch]
But all ice on the outside
Bm A F#/A[/ch]
That old man in the sky
Bm A F#/A[/ch]
Well he’s all ice on the outside

Rhythm Solo: A F#/A[/ch]

Verse 3:F#/A[/ch] A
A muted whale out in the streets
You watch the stage but burn the seats
Two metal legs to get along
You ain’t got much without one to stand on
Sometimes at night I hear it roll
A hundred cars long pulling out slow
Like the engineers inside my head
Cold and dark like your side of the bed
Yeah nothing’s ever what it seems
And even if it is ends justify means
With plastic guns and infantry for a silent army in the trees

Chorus:Bm A F#/A[/ch]
I’m on fire
But all ice on the outside
That old man in the sky
Well he’s all ice on the outside

To play the most songs, including A Silent Army in the Trees by Matthew Good 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 Champions of Nothing ukulele chords, you’ve visit to the best place.
You can play versatile instrument Champions of Nothing using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Matthew Good can also be played by that instruments.
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Champions of Nothing chords has rhythm and included in Hospital Music (2007) album.
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Champions of Nothing by Matthew Good Ukulele Chords


Standard Tuning

Chords used:

C – x32010
Em- 022000
Am- x02210
D – x54030

When Hollywood runs out of indians
When the bar stars melt and their golden hair turns to glass
When Hollywood runs out of indians
When the bubble bursts and first and come for by the last
There’s something in the way you move
That makes me catch a cold
There’s something in your ‘too cool for school’
When you slide up and down my pole
There’s something in the way you look
That only casts a shadow
When Hollywood runs out of Indians
Only the Indians will know


A kick in the head, pass it around
Begging for a bed, pass it around

And I’d say what you’d say but it makes me feel nothing
There’s a car waiting to take me to something
At the end of my rope, there’s a new world, it’s snowing
The globe it starts shaking, was it me not worth knowing?
The white coats are melting to snow down the mountains
To process the rivers for hallways, and fountains
And I’d say what you’d say but it makes me feel nothing
So there’s a man waiting to take me to something
That I’m ‘for’, that I’m ‘for'

Hell, it looks red in all it’s pictures
My sister’s sing laments while their skin blisters

Halleluiahs are for down on the floor
Nobody goes above decks, no not no more
They say the sun is still shining, that you can feel it in your core
But I ain’t seen nobody move that weren’t going for the door


(Solo)

And I’d say what you’d say but it makes me feel nothing
There’s a car waiting to take me to something
At the end of my rope, there’s a new world, it’s snowing
The globe it starts shaking, was it me not worth knowing?
The white coats are melting to snow down the mountains
To process the rivers for hallways, and fountains
And I’d say what you’d say but it makes me feel nothing
So there’s a man waiting to take me to something
That I’m ‘for’, that I’m ‘for'

————————

^ -Half bend
^^ – Full bend

e- —————————————————————-|
B- —————12——————-12————————–|
G- –11p9-11p9-11—-11p9-11p9-11p9-11—-11p9-11^–9~~————|
D- —————————————————————-|
A- —————————————————————-|
E- —————————————————————-|
e- —————————————————————-|
B- —————12——————-12————————–|
G- –11p9-11p9-11—-11p9-11p9-11p9-11—-11p9-11^–9~~————|
D- —————————————————————-|
A- —————————————————————-|
E- —————————————————————-|
e- ————————————-12————————–|
B- –15^^~15^^~12~15^^~~~15^^-12——-12–15p12—12—————|
G- ——————————14^^14^^——–14–14p12—14-12~-|
D- ——————————————————–14——-|
A- —————————————————————–|
E- —————————————————————–|
e- —————————————————————-|
B- —————————————————————-|
G- —————————————————————-|
D- –14-12—-12—————————————————|
A- ——–14—-14-12—-12—————————————|
E- ——————–15—-15-12-10-12—————————|
e- —————————————————————-|
B- –12-12—12-12————12-12—12-12————————|
G- –12-12—12-12————12-12—12-12————————|
D- —————–14-12h14—————–14-12h14-14~~~——–|
A- —————————————————————-|
E- —————————————————————-|
e- —————————————————————-|
B- ——————————————–5-7-8-10————|
G- ——————————————–x-x-x-x————-|
D- –5—9–2———-5—9–2–2-4-5-7——-2-4-5-7————-|
A- –x—x–2———-x—x–2–x-x-x-x—————————|
E- –3—7–0———-3—7–0–0-2-3-5—————————|

To play the this songs, including Champions of Nothing by Matthew Good 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.

If you are looking for A Single Explosion ukulele chords, you’ve visit to the right place.
You can play versatile instrument A Single Explosion using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Matthew Good can also be played by that instruments.
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A Single Explosion chords has rhythm and included in Hospital Music (2007) 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.

A Single Explosion by Matthew Good Ukulele Chords


I dreamt las[G/F#]t night of sirens
By flashlight I had found you
You just held my hand
By the bright lights in some ICU
Even the planless have a plan
I cant[G/F#] write love songs when Im on these things
Im affable, responsible
But hard to be around
Its correctible and theyre right you know
Its as easy as it sounds
Its as easy as it sounds
Its all as easy as it sounds

Interlude:
( [G/F#]Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/m/matthew_good/a_single_explosion_crd.html )

|——————————-|
|——————————-|
|—12———12—————| x3
|——-12———12—12-12—|
|-10–10——9—9—-9–9—–|
|——————————-|
|—————————|
|—————————|
|-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14—| x2
|-x–x–x–x–x–x–x–x—-|
|-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12—|
|—————————|
|——————————-|
|——————————-|
|—12———12—————|
|——-12———12—12-12—|
|-10–10——9—9—-9–9—–|
|——————————-|
|—————————|
|—————————|
|-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14—| x2
|-x–x–x–x–x–x–x–x—-|
|-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12—|
|—————————|

I dreamt last[G/F#] night I saw you
A single spark explosion negotiating with the dead
By the bright lights in some ICU
On my chest you put your head
And said there you are
There you are
Theres my heart

To play the most songs, including A Single Explosion by Matthew Good 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 Put Out Your Lights ukulele chords, you have come to the best site.
You can play versatile instrument Put Out Your Lights using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Matthew Good can also be played by that instruments.
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Put Out Your Lights chords has rhythm and included in White Light Rock & Roll Review (2004) 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.

Put Out Your Lights by Matthew Good Ukulele Chords


Put Out Your Lights ? Matt Good
tabbed by chinups75

Tuning: Standard

Intro: Guitar2 plays this for the Verses
(for the x part, just keep the G chord position but muted)

e|–1–3–xxxxx–1—1–1-1–1———————————-|
B|–1–3–xxxxx–1—3–1-1–1———————————-|
G|–2–4–xxxxx–2—3–2-2–2———————————-|
D|–3–5–xxxxx–3—3–3-3–3———————————-|
A|–3–5–xxxxx–3—1–3-3–3———————————-|
E|–1–3–xxxxx–1——1-1–1———————————-|

Intro: Guitar1:

e|———–|
B|———–|
G|–7-7-7-7–| x a lot
D|———–|
A|———–|
E|———–|

Verse1: Guitar1: You hear this come in a couple times

e|—————————————|
B|—————————————|
G|–7-7-7-7-7—–7———————-|
D|————10—–10-10b12b10–8——|
A|———————————–10–|
E|—————————————|

Chorus: Guitar2:

e|–6——–1——–3—-|
B|–6——–1——–3—-|
G|–7——–2——–4—-|
D|–8——–3——–5—-|
A|–8——–3——–5—-|
E|–6——–1——–3—-|

8x 8x 13x
Then back to the main riff

Verse2: Guitar1 now goes

e|————————————-|
B|————————————-|
G|–7——–7————————|
D|——–10—–10-10b12b10–8——–|
A|——————————-10—-|
E|————————————-|

Then play the Chorus twice

And at the end of the second Chorus, Guitar1 goes:

e|———————|
B|———————|
G|———–7—10—-|
D|—8—10————|
A|———————|
E|———————|

Guitar2 just slides from a F5 to a G5 quickly, listen to the song for the rhythm
Bridge: Guitar2: The Solo is played over this

e|–3—-1—-3—-1—-|
B|–3—-1—-3—-3—-|
G|–4—-2—-4—-3—-|
D|–5—-3—-5—-3—-|
A|–5—-3—-5—-1—-|
E|–3—-1—-3———|

Solo: Guitar1:

e|———————-8-8—–10————————8-8——–|
B|—-8888888888888888——-11—-11—8888888888888888——11-11–|
G|——————————————————————-|
D|——————————————————————-|
A|——————————————————————-|
E|——————————————————————-|
e|———————————————-|
B|———————————————-|
G|——–10h12p10–10-10———————–|
D|–10h12—————–12–12-12-12-12-10—-|
A|———————————————-|
E|———————————————-|
e|———————————————-|
B|———————————————-|
G|——–10h12p10–10-10———————–|
D|–10h12—————–13–13-13-13-13-12—-|
A|———————————————-|
E|———————————————-|
e|———————————————-|
B|———————————————-|
G|——–10h12p10–10-10———————–|
D|–10h12—————–12–12-12-12-12-10—-|
A|———————————————-|
E|———————————————-|
e|———————————————————|
B|———————————————————|
G|——–10h12p10–10-10?12b14b12-12b14b12-12b14b12-10—-|
D|–10h12————————————————–|
A|———————————————————|
E|———————————————————|

The top four lines are repeated except the 4th line loses the 12b14b12

e|——————————18-18-18-18-18———————–|
B|——————————————————————-|
G|-14(repeated)-12-12-12–15-15—————–14-14b15b14–12-12–|
D|——————————————————————-|
A|——————————————————————-|
E|——————————————————————-|

Ending:

e|————3—-|
B|———3——-|
G|——4———-|
D|—————–|
A|—————–|
E|–3————–|

To play the most songs, including Put Out Your Lights by Matthew Good 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 searching for On Nights Like Tonight ukulele chords, you’ve visit to the right place.
You can play versatile instrument On Nights Like Tonight using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Matthew Good can also be played by that instruments.
=

On Nights Like Tonight chords has rhythm and included in Vancouver (2009) 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.

On Nights Like Tonight by Matthew Good Ukulele Chords


Tuning:1/2 Step Down

G (320033)
C (332010)
F (X33210)
Am(X02210)
D (XX0230)
Em(022000)

Intro: Am C G F

On nights like tonight when no one’s around
I put on the record, the record I found
When I was a kid and the world was a town
And Heartbreaker weren’t nothing painful

Carry me Mother Mary, I’m faithless
Like Sister Theresa, canonized, faceless
The press release leaves the plagiarist nameless
And all is forgiven

On nights like tonight when no one’s around
I sit in the dark on my hands on the ground
And I smile like the devil smiles, unseen but proud
Truth be told I don’t know

Who’s at the helm
But just sit tight
I’ll make my way to you
I’ll make my way to you

Instrumentals: Am C G F

If I’m not on time
Remember that I tried

Carry me Mother Mary, I’m faithless
Like needles in haystacks that we just replace
It’s all the same monster that nobody faces
Where all is forgiven

On nights like tonight when no one’s around
I turn off the lights and I float off the ground
And I smile like I used to when you were around
But truth be told I don’t know

Who’s at the helm
Just sit tight
I’ll make my way to you
I’ll find a way to get to you

Instrumental

I don’t know
Who’s at the helm
But just sit tight
And I’ll find a way to get to you

To play the most songs, including On Nights Like Tonight by Matthew Good 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 Last Parade ukulele chords, you already come to the best place.
You can play versatile instrument Last Parade using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Matthew Good can also be played by that instruments.
=

Last Parade chords has rhythm and included in Vancouver (2009) 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.

Last Parade by Matthew Good Ukulele Chords


Absolutely fantastic song.

Tuned one-half step down:

Verse:

It feels like time to let it go

It feels like time to break or show…

Etc., until:

Just black out, wake up foreign and wander home[G/F#]

…I`ll wander home

Chorus:

Take me out, lay me down, let the dirt fall all around

me baby, ain`t it good to be back home

They`re burning futures in the mountains, all lit up yeah you can

count yours baby, aint it good to be back home

Hope this helps!

To play the this songs, including Last Parade by Matthew Good 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 searching for She’s in It for the Money ukulele chords, you’ve come to the right place.
You can play versatile instrument She’s in It for the Money using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Matthew Good can also be played by that instruments.
=

She’s in It for the Money chords has rhythm and included in Hospital Music (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.

She’s in It for the Money by Matthew Good Ukulele Chords

Matt plays hammer-ons on most the chords, for Em and Am, the hammer on is on the
B-string and for the C, it is on the D-string.

——————–|—————–|—————–|—————|
—-3-3-0h1-1h0—–|-3-3—–1h0—–|-3-3-0h1-1h0—–|-1-1—1h0—–|
—————-0—|————-0—|————-0—|———–0—|
——————–|—–0h2———|—————–|—————|
——————3-|—————0-|—————3-|—–0———|
0——————-|—————–|—————–|————-0-|

Standard Tuning


I’m in love with your pills
Now I can get rid of myself
If all of this kills
Why am I so hard on myself?
In this town when the sun goes down
You party, I pay the bills
In this room, I look around at everything I’ve built

And it don’t mean a thing
Ain’t it terrible the think?

She’s in it for the money, you know love don't cost a thing
Build your heart a diamond and it don’t need no ring
It gets me laying sideways and every time I sing it
She’s in it for the money, you know love don't mean a thing
She’s in it for the money, you know love don't mean a thing


Patty, shine a light down on me tonight
Battalions to charge and die but not take nothing
Patty, shine a light down on me tonight
Down on me tonight
Straight down on me
Straight down on me

I’m in love with your pills
I tried to get rid of myself
A little red, a little blue
Climb the walls, how about you?

Well it don’t mean a thing
Ain’t that terrible to think?

She’s in it for the money, you know love don't cost a thing
Build your heart a diamond and it don’t need no ring
It gets me laying sideways and every time I sing it
She’s in it for the money, you know love don't mean a thing

To play the this songs, including She’s in It for the Money by Matthew Good 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.

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You can play versatile instrument The Devil’s in Your Details using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Matthew Good can also be played by that instruments.
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The Devil’s in Your Details chords has rhythm and included in Hospital Music (2007) album.
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The Devil’s in Your Details by Matthew Good Ukulele Chords


Tuning Eb/Ab/Db/Gb/Bb/eb

Sunshine, don’t you mind them
Lie for me now, smile for me now
Sometimes my feet don’t touch the ground
When you come around




The Devil’s in your details
The Devil’s in your details

My feet don’t touch the ground
When you come around
sunshine Don’t you mind them
Lie for me now, smile for me now




The Devil’s in your details
The Devil’s in your details



To play the most songs, including The Devil’s in Your Details by Matthew Good 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.