If you are searching for You Vandal ukulele chords, you’ve come to the right place.
You can play versatile instrument You Vandal using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Saves the Day can also be played by that instruments.
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You Vandal chords has rhythm and included in Through Being Cool (1999) 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.

You Vandal by Saves the Day Ukulele Chords

Dejackamo (mounted your hott blonde sister) Von Ricto from Barstow CA
Im pretty sure its all decent….if there are any problems let me know!

Intro: ( “.” palm mute, “h” hammer-on )


e ---------------------------------------------------------------
B ---------------------------------------------------------------
G ---------------------------------------------------------------
D ---------------------------------------------------------------
A -666766676h76--666766676h76--666766676h76--111211121h21--(1X)--
E -444444444--4--000000000--0--777777777--7--222222222--2--------

… .. … .. … .. … ..

the non-muted notes are pull offs on the mutes, except for the last note of each group

Verse: ( “/” slide up )


e ---------------------------------------------------------------------
B ---------------------------------------------------------------------
G ---------------999999999999----------------6/8999-11/13111111--------
D -666666666666--999999999999------------------------------------------
A -666666666666--777777777777--666666666666--4/6777-9/-11-9-9-9--(2X)--
E -444444444444----------------777777777777----------------------------
e ------ then first bar of verse again 2X
B ------
G ------

D -888–
[-666–]
[-444–]
Chorus:


e ----------------------------------------
B ----------------------------------------
G ----8/9-----8/9-----8/9-----8/98--------
D -99------22------66------44-------------
A -99-6/7--22-6/7--66-6/7--44-6/76--(4X)--
E -77------00------44------22-------------
e ----------
B ----------
G ----------
D -6-6-6-6--
A -6-6-6-6--
E -4-4-4-4--

Intro: (2X)

Bridge:


e ------------------- let each chord ring
B ----5--------------
G -4--6--8--9--------
D -4--6--9--9--------
A -2--4--6--7--(2X)--
E ----------0--------

Chorus: (6X)

End:
e —-
[—-]
[—-]
[-9–]
[-9–]
[-7–]

To play the this songs, including You Vandal by Saves the Day 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 The Choke ukulele chords, you already visit to the best place.
You can play versatile instrument The Choke using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Saves the Day can also be played by that instruments.
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The Choke chords has rhythm and included in Can’t Slow Down (1998) 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.

The Choke by Saves the Day Ukulele Chords





Don’t leave yet
it’s still early and I haven’t even said a word
and I’m hoping that I might upset you by saying what I want to
’cause it’s not like you don’t know I’ve fallen for you
but it’s in my head and that’s where you can't see it
and I thought that maybe if I had to bite the tips of my fingers
I could stumble over words
and tell you just how far before I hit the ground
and I’m the type to think of all the wrong things to say
and I will shut myself up and I'll never come out-
I’ll close all my doors and only show you the black spots
where my eyes once were-
I can say this-
I can say this
I can say this
I can collect myself deep down and then come out punching
I cannot let myself down
I dont know what you knew
and I’ll scream out loud
scream out loud
Oooh yeah

To play the this songs, including The Choke by Saves the Day 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 Head for the Hills ukulele chords, you have come to the right place.
You can play versatile instrument Head for the Hills using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Saves the Day can also be played by that instruments.
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Head for the Hills chords has rhythm and included in Sound the Alarm (2006) 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.

Head for the Hills by Saves the Day Ukulele Chords


#
#Chords Used:
#
#


|-(5)-| |-----| |-----| |-----| |-----|

#


|-(5)-| |-(1)-| |-(3)-| |--3--| |--6--|

#


|--5--| |--2--| |--2--| |--4--| |--7--|

#


|--7--| |--3--| |--3--| |--5--| |--7--|

#


|--7--| |--3--| |--3--| |--5--| |--5--|

#


|-----| |-----| |-----| |-----| |-----|

# Am F Some weird F G D

Chorus Chords:


|-----| |-----| |-----| |-----|
|-----| |-----| |-----| |-----|
|--2--| |-----| |-----| |-----|
|--2--| |--2--| |--2--| |--3--|
|-----| |--2--| |--3--| |--5--|
|-----| |-----| |-----| |-----|

Verse 1:

Burnin’ a door in the back of my mind
Lyin’ alone in the morning – I feel like swallowin’ my eyes
I walk around the house until my feet begin to bleed
G F (with (1)) G
Still I can’t forget somehow

Chorus:

Drownin’ in the darkness of my mind
I dream I’m settin’ fire to everythin’ in sight
And if I die tonight and go to hell
Ohhhhhhh on that hill I’ll see you

Verse 2:

Cut off my legs when you tell me to walk
Slit my own throat when you say to talk – I’ve been swallowin’ your lies
And I recall you asked about the one you used to know
G F(with (1)) G
I know him now

Chorus:

Drownin’ in the darkness of my mind
I dream I’m settin’ fire to everythin’ in sight
And if I die tonight and go to hell
Ohhhhhhh on that hill I’ll see you

Breakdown:

My heart is burning black
My bones are cold and cracked
The venom flushed out my veins
And if you ever knew what I’m dreamin’ of
You would head for the hills

Woo-oooh Ohh-oooh – You better head for the hills
Woo-oooh Ohh-oooh – You better head for the hills

Chorus:

Drownin’ in the darkness of my mind
I dream I’m settin’ fire to everythin’ in sight
And if I die tonight and go to hell
Ohhhhhhh on that hill I’ll see you

End Strumming: Am and slide down to F

To play the this songs, including Head for the Hills by Saves the Day 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 You Vandal ukulele chords, you already visit to the right place.
You can play versatile instrument You Vandal using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Saves the Day can also be played by that instruments.
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You Vandal chords has rhythm and included in Through Being Cool (1999) 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.

You Vandal by Saves the Day Ukulele Chords


Dejackamo (mounted your hott blonde sister) Von Ricto from Barstow CA
Im pretty sure its all decent….if there are any problems let me know!

Intro: ( “.” palm mute, “h” hammer-on )


e ---------------------------------------------------------------
B ---------------------------------------------------------------
G ---------------------------------------------------------------
D ---------------------------------------------------------------
A -666766676h76--666766676h76--666766676h76--111211121h21--(1X)--
E -444444444--4--000000000--0--777777777--7--222222222--2--------

… .. … .. … .. … ..

the non-muted notes are pull offs on the mutes, except for the last note of each group

Verse: ( “/” slide up )


e ---------------------------------------------------------------------
B ---------------------------------------------------------------------
G ---------------999999999999----------------6/8999-11/13111111--------
D -666666666666--999999999999------------------------------------------
A -666666666666--777777777777--666666666666--4/6777-9/-11-9-9-9--(2X)--
E -444444444444----------------777777777777----------------------------
e ------ then first bar of verse again 2X
B ------
G ------

D -888–
[-666–]
[-444–]
Chorus:


e ----------------------------------------
B ----------------------------------------
G ----8/9-----8/9-----8/9-----8/98--------
D -99------22------66------44-------------
A -99-6/7--22-6/7--66-6/7--44-6/76--(4X)--
E -77------00------44------22-------------
e ----------
B ----------
G ----------
D -6-6-6-6--
A -6-6-6-6--
E -4-4-4-4--

Intro: (2X)

Bridge:


e ------------------- let each chord ring
B ----5--------------
G -4--6--8--9--------
D -4--6--9--9--------
A -2--4--6--7--(2X)--
E ----------0--------

Chorus: (6X)

End:
e —-
[—-]
[—-]
[-9–]
[-9–]
[-7–]

To play the most songs, including You Vandal by Saves the Day 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 Wednesday the Third ukulele chords, you’ve come to the best place.
You can play versatile instrument Wednesday the Third using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Saves the Day can also be played by that instruments.
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Wednesday the Third chords has rhythm and included in Other Songs 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.

Wednesday the Third by Saves the Day Ukulele Chords

Guitar 1:

Intro/Verse Part A:

eb|—————|————–|
Bb|—0——-0—|————–|
F#|—————|—0———-|
Db|—————|———-4—|
Ab|-3—3–3—-3-|————–|
Eb|—————|-0—0–3—3-|

Verse Part B:

eb|—————|————–|————–|————-|
Bb|—0——-0—|————–|————–|————-|
F#|—————|-0————|—0——0—|—0—2—2-|
Db|—————|—4—–4—-|————–|-2—2—1—|
Ab|-3—3–3—-3-|—–5—–5–|-4—4–3—3-|————-|
Eb|—————|——-3——|————–|————-|

Chorus Part A:
G Gmaj7 C#m7b5 cmaj7

eb|——-|——-|-0–0–0-|-0-0-0-|-0-0-0-|
Bb|-0-0-0-|-3-3-3-|-0–0–0-|-0-0-0-|-0-0-0-|
F#|-0-0-0-|-4-4-4-|-0–0–0-|-0-0-0-|-0-0-0-|
Db|-0-0-0-|-4-4-4-|-2–2–2-|-2-2-2-|-2-2-2-|
Ab|-2-2-2-|-x-x-x-|-4–4–4-|-4-4-4-|-3-3-3-|
Eb|-3-3-3-|-3-3-3-|———|——-|——-|

eb|——-|——-|-0——–|—————-|
Bb|-0-0-0-|-3-3-3-|-0——–|—————-|
F#|-0-0-0-|-4-4-4-|-0–0—0-|—–0——0—|
Db|-0-0-0-|-4-4-4-|-2—-4—|-4/5—5/7—-0-|
Ab|-2-2-2-|-x-x-x-|-2——–|—————-|
Eb|-3-3-3-|-3-3-3-|-0——–|—————-|

Verse

Chorus Part B:

G Gmaj7 C#m7b5 cmaj7

eb|——-|——-|-0–0–0-|-0-0-0-|
Bb|-0-0-0-|-3-3-3-|-0–0–0-|-0-0-0-|
F#|-0-0-0-|-4-4-4-|-0–0–0-|-0-0-0-|
Db|-0-0-0-|-4-4-4-|-2–2–2-|-2-2-2-|
Ab|-2-2-2-|-x-x-x-|-4–4–4-|-3-3-3-|
Eb|-3-3-3-|-3-3-3-|———|——-|

Verse A & B (Under Solo)

Outro: G Gmaj7 Em

eb|————-|————-|——-|——-|-0-|
Bb|————-|————-|-0-0-0-|-3-3-3-|-0-|
F#|—0—–0—|———0—|-0-0-0-|-4-4-4-|-0-|
Db|————-|—4———|-0-0-0-|-4-4-4-|-2-|
Ab|-4—4-3—3-|——-4—4-|-2-2-2-|-x-x-x-|-2-|
Eb|————-|-3—3——-|-3-3-3-|-3-3-3-|-0-|

Guitar 2:

Intro:

eb|——-|————-|——-|————–|
Bb|——-|————-|——-|————–|
F#|-4^-4^-|—0———|-4^-4^-|—0———-|
Db|——-|———4—|——-|———-4—|
Ab|——-|————-|——-|————–|
Eb|——-|-0—0-3—3-|——-|-0—0–3—3-|

Verse:

eb|——-|———0—|——-|———0—|
Bb|——-|—–0-3—0-|——-|—–0-3—0-|
F#|-4^-4^-|—0———|-4^-4^-|—0———|
Db|——-|————-|——-|————-|
Ab|——-|————-|——-|————-|
Eb|——-|-0———–|——-|-0———–|
eb|——-|————-|————-|————-|
Bb|——-|————-|—–0—–0-|————-|
F#|-4^-4^-|————-|—0—–0—|—0———|
Db|——-|-5-4-5-5-4-5-|————-|-2—2-1—1-|
Ab|——-|————-|-4—–3—–|———2—|
Eb|——-|————-|————-|————-|
eb|——-|———0—|——-|———0—|
Bb|——-|—–0-3—0-|——-|—–0-3—0-|
F#|-4^-4^-|—0———|-4^-4^-|—0———|
Db|——-|————-|——-|————-|
Ab|——-|————-|——-|————-|
Eb|——-|-0———–|——-|-0———–|
eb|——-|————–|——————-|——————-|
Bb|——-|———-7—|—-12——-12—-|————-12—-|
F#|-4^-4^-|—–7——7-|——-12——-12-|—-12———-14-|
Db|——-|-5-4—5——|-11——-10——-|-14—-14-13——-|
Ab|——-|————–|——————-|——————-|
Eb|——-|————–|——————-|——————-|

Chorus Part A:
G Gmaj7 C#m7b5 cmaj7

eb|——-|——-|——-|——-|——-|
Bb|——-|-3-3-3-|-5-5-5-|-5-5-5-|-5-5-5-|
F#|-4-4-4-|-4-4-4-|-4-4-4-|-4-4-4-|-4-4-4-|
Db|-5-5-5-|-4-4-4-|-5-5-5-|-5-5-5-|-5-5-5-|
Ab|-5-5-5-|-x-x-x-|-4-4-4-|-4-4-4-|-3-3-3-|
Eb|-3-3-3-|-3-3-3-|——-|——-|——-|

eb|——-|——-|-0-|
Bb|——-|-3-3-3-|-0-|
F#|-4-4-4-|-4-4-4-|-0-|
Db|-5-5-5-|-4-4-4-|-2-|
Ab|-5-5-5-|-x-x-x-|-2-|
Eb|-3-3-3-|-3-3-3-|-0-|

Verse

Chorus Part B:

eb|——-3—–|——-2—–|————-|————-|——-3—–|——-2—–|
Bb|—–3—3—|—–3—3—|——-5—–|——-5—–|—–3—3—|—–3—3—|
F#|—4——-4-|—4——-4-|—–4—4—|—–4—4—|—4——-4-|—4——-4-|
Db|-5———–|-4———–|—5——-5-|—5——-5-|-5———–|-4———–|
Ab|————-|————-|-4———–|-3———–|————-|————-|
Eb|————-|————-|————-|————-|————-|————-|
eb|————-|——————|——-3—–|——-2—–|-0-|
Bb|——-5—–|-12——-12——|—–3—3—|—–3—3—|-0-|
F#|—–4—4—|—-12——-12—|—4——-4-|—4——-4-|-0-|
Db|—5——-5-|——-9——–9-|-5———–|-4———–|-2-|
Ab|-4———–|——————|————-|————-|-2-|
Eb|————-|——————|————-|————-|-0-|

Solo:

eb|—————-|————–|————–|—————|
Bb|—————-|————–|————–|—————|
F#|/9-7————|————–|/9-7———-|—————|
Db|—–10-9–7–9-|-9——–7-9-|—–10-9-7-9-|-9——–7–9-|
Ab|—————-|—7-9-10—–|————–|—7-9-10——|
Eb|—————-|————–|————–|—————|
eb|————–|————–|————-|———|
Bb|————–|—-8———|————-|———|
F#|/9-7———-|-11—11——|—–9–7—-|———|
Db|—–10-9—9-|———9–7-|————-|-9/7/9—|
Ab|————–|————–|-10——-10-|———|
Eb|————–|————–|————-|———|

Last Verse/Outro:

eb|——-|———0—|——-|———0—|
Bb|——-|—–0-3—0-|——-|—–0-3—0-|
F#|-4^-4^-|—0———|-4^-4^-|—0———|
Db|——-|————-|——-|————-|
Ab|——-|————-|——-|————-|
Eb|——-|-0———–|——-|-0———–|
eb|——-|————-|————-|————-|
Bb|——-|————-|—–0—–0-|————-|
F#|-4^-4^-|————-|—0—–0—|—0———|
Db|——-|-5-4-5-5-4-5-|————-|-2—2-1—1-|
Ab|——-|————-|-4—–3—–|———2—|
Eb|——-|————-|————-|————-|
eb|————-|————-|————–|————-|
Bb|—–0—–0-|————-|——0—–0-|————-|
F#|—0—–0—|—0———|—0——0—|———0—|
Db|————-|-2—2-1—1-|————–|-5-4-5——-|
Ab|-4—–3—–|———2—|-4——3—–|——-4—4-|
Eb|————-|————-|————–|————-|

eb|————-|————-|———-3——–|———-2——–|
Bb|————-|——-0—–|————-3—–|-3–3–3—–3—–|
F#|—0—–0—|—2—–2—|-4–4–4——–5–|-4–4–4——–4–|
Db|-2—2-2—2-|-1—1—–1-|-5–5–5———–|-4–4–4———–|
Ab|————-|————-|-5–5–5———–|-x–x–x———–|
Eb|————-|————-|-3–3–3———–|-3–3–3———–|

eb|-0—————–|
Bb|-0—————–|
F#|-0—————–|
Db|-2—————–|
Ab|-2—————–|
Eb|-0—————–|

To play the this songs, including Wednesday the Third by Saves the Day 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 The Choke ukulele chords, you have visit to the right site.
You can play versatile instrument The Choke using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Saves the Day can also be played by that instruments.
=

The Choke chords has rhythm and included in Can’t Slow Down (1998) 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.

The Choke by Saves the Day Ukulele Chords





Don’t leave yet
it’s still early and I haven’t even said a word
and I’m hoping that I might upset you by saying what I want to
’cause it’s not like you don’t know I’ve fallen for you
but it’s in my head and that’s where you can't see it
and I thought that maybe if I had to bite the tips of my fingers
I could stumble over words
and tell you just how far before I hit the ground
and I’m the type to think of all the wrong things to say
and I will shut myself up and I'll never come out-
I’ll close all my doors and only show you the black spots
where my eyes once were-
I can say this-
I can say this
I can say this
I can collect myself deep down and then come out punching
I cannot let myself down
I dont know what you knew
and I’ll scream out loud
scream out loud
Oooh yeah

To play the most songs, including The Choke by Saves the Day 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.