If you are searching for Bend the Rules ukulele chords, you have visit to the best site.
You can play versatile instrument Bend the Rules using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Saybia can also be played by that instruments.
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Bend the Rules chords has rhythm and included in These Are the Days (2004) 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.

Bend the Rules by Saybia Ukulele Chords


Saybia – Bend The Rules
I’m used to being scared from time to time
used to redefining my way of life
’cause nothing really stays the same
nothing ever will

But lately I have come to realize
that voice inside my head belongs to me
now everything is pros and cons
ignorence is gone
I’m clinging to my time

There’s something in the air I breath tonight
everything gets stock in black and white
everything is ups and downs
every single thing

Back in the days when we were Gods
when we took everything for granted, for granted
We were wild and we were young
we bent the rules and took our chances, our chances

but I’m not really close to giving in
I’m fighting every pound and every inch
losing every day I live
every single day

but I don’t want to feel the way I do
I don’t want to say the things I do
I just want to stay right here
blinded but sincere

These are the days when we are Gods
and we take everything for granted, for granted
we are wild and we are young
we fuck the rules and take our chances, our chances
there’s something in the air

To play the most songs, including Bend the Rules by Saybia 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 searching for Fools Corner ukulele chords, you already visit to the best site.
You can play versatile instrument Fools Corner using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Saybia can also be played by that instruments.
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Fools Corner chords has rhythm and included in The Second You Sleep (2002) 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.

Fools Corner by Saybia Ukulele Chords


NOTE: As with many of the quieter Saybia songs, there are two
guitars playing in this song, one of them using a great deal of
reverb/ chorus. I’ve tried to tab the song so it sounds good on just
one guitar. To get the rhythm and the changing between the different
chords right, I suggest you listen to the song. It’s played with a
great deal of ‘feeling’, so the rhythm is sort of floating.
Anyway, enjoy the song! If you have any questions,
feel free to mail me.

CHORDS USED IN THE SONG:


EADGHe EADGHe EADGHe EADGHe EADGHe EADGHe EADGHe EADGHe
x02220 244222 xx0222 224422 022000 320003 x02230 224442

If you want to enhance the song a bit, you can alternate between A
and Asus4 in some places. On the CD, I think it’s the 2nd guitar that
does that. I’ve marked it with an A to indicate that they do it on
the CD. When playing a 4-4 time, you would play something like this
at A:

Chord: Asus4 A Asus4 A
Beat: 1 and 2 and 3 and 4 and

Again, listen to the CD to get the rhythm right.

VERSE 1:

I’m passing through the doorway now everything is upside down
the one that I’m leaving is the one I’m really trying to find
I know it’s so stupid and it’s tearing me down
but a lack of self confidence is keeping me down
A A
tonight all night

CHORUS:

Em G A A
I tried telling you everything’s not broken
Em G A A BREAK
but you cried when telling me all we had is gone

VERSE 2:

I’m drifting through the morning breeze colors bluring in my eyes
the one that I am missing is the one drifting by my side
I know it’s so stupid and it’s tearing me down
but a lack of self confidence is keeping me down
tonight all night

CHORUS:

Em G A A
And I tried telling you everything’s not broken
Em G A A
but you cried telling me all we had is gone
Em G A A
and I tried telling you everything’s alright
Em G A A BREAK
‘cos I feel that deep down inside you I’m still there

INSTRUMENTAL SOLO (2nd guitar using tremolo and some sort of
reverb effect)

Em G A A Em G A A
Try try, try try

CHORUS:
Em G A A
and I tried telling you everything’s alright
Em G A
‘cos I feel that deep down inside you I’m still there

End on A after switching a bit between B and A.

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Tabbed by Mikkel H. Jensen, Denmark
mikkel.mensen@get2net.dk

To play the this songs, including Fools Corner by Saybia 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 I Surrender ukulele chords, you have come to the best site.
You can play versatile instrument I Surrender using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Saybia can also be played by that instruments.
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I Surrender chords has rhythm and included in These Are the Days (2004) 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.

I Surrender by Saybia Ukulele Chords


Band: Saybia
Song: I Surrender
Album: These Are The Days (2004)

Tuning: Normal (EADG)
Tabs: Bass (but you can use this to guitar as well)

Ive noticed that there wasnt any basstabs for this song, and thats okay, since its not
special “walkingbass” in this song, just simple chords, but I wrote them down in a way
so you can see how and where to play it! Just listen for timing!
Enjoy this great love song from a great danish band!

Chords for the bass:


G|-----| |-----| |-----| |-----| |-----|
D|-----| |-----| |-----| |-----| |-----|
A|--2--| |--5--| |-----| |-----| |--7--|
E|-----| |-----| |--2--| |--5--| |-----|

Saybia – I Surrender (Bass)

Intro: (00:17)

Verse 1: (00:30)
A million suns are glowing in the night
everything is quiet
except for all the voices in my head
that say your name
tonight I’m letting go
about to give iiiiiiiiiin

Chorus: (01:03)
I surrender myself
Bm D (Fast: E)
into the arms of a beautiful stranger
I surrender myself to you
To you
I surrender myself
into the arms of a beautiful stranger
I surrender myself to you
To you

Verse 2: (01:35) (Same as verse 1)


G|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|-----|
D|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|-----|
A|-2-|-5-|---|-0-|-2-|-5-|---|---|-----|
E|---|---|-2-|---|---|---|-2-|-0-|-(0)-|

There is only one bridge left for me
my heart is almost free
Beautiful by my side
but all I think about is you
tonight I’m letting go
about to give in

Chorus: (02:04)
I surrender myself
Bm D (Fast: E)
into the arms of a beautiful stranger
I surrender myself to you
To you
I surrender myself
into the arms of a beautiful stranger
I surrender myself to you

Bridge: (02:32)
Who really loves me[-][-]
you really love me[-][-]
My beautiful stranger[-][-]
you really love me – like [-]I love [-] you

Bass fades out (03:00)
Comes back in at the outro

Outro: (03:18)


G|---------------------|
D|---------------------|
A|-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-2-| a couple of times and fade out!
E|---------------------|

Thomas Lundesgaard, Norway

To play the this songs, including I Surrender by Saybia 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 [untitled] ukulele chords, you have come to the right place.
You can play versatile instrument [untitled] using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Saybia can also be played by that instruments.
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[untitled] chords has rhythm and included in These Are the Days (2004) 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.

[untitled] by Saybia Ukulele Chords

Em D

E—7—– E—10——-|
B—8—– B—7——–|
G—9—– G—7——–|
D——— D————|
A——— A————|
E——— E————|

You do best, if you place your index finger on the 7th fret covering the first,
second and third string,
then you just have to switch with your little finger to the 10th fret for D

Riff 1

Rythm | | | | |

E—7———–7—7———7———7———-|
A——-8————-8———8———–8——|
D———–9———–9———-9————9~-| repeat once
G————————————————–|
B————————————————–|
E————————————————–|

Riff 2

Rythm | | | | |

E—10———-10–10——–10——–10———|
A——-7————-7———7———–7——|
D———–7———–7———-7————7~-| repeat once
G————————————————–|
B————————————————–|
E————————————————–|

Actually, that’s not the riff really used, but i think it just fits the song

And this is all, that’s played throughout the Verses.
Of course there are several variations, for example you can use the 10th, 8th and
7th fret on the 1st string,
the same on the 1nd and the 9th and 7th on the 3rd string.

The there’s the solo part, starting at about 5:55 I think.

For the rythm listen to the song

E————————————————–|
A———–8——-8——–8———————|
D—–7-h9—–9~——9–7—-(7~)—————-|
G————————————————–|
B————————————————–|
E————————————————–|
E————————————————–|
A————8-s10~~——–10—10—10—-8—7–|
D—–7-7-h9————7—–7—-7—-7———-|
G————————————————–|
B————————————————–|
E————————————————–|
E————————————————–|
A———–8——-8——–8———————|
D—–7-h9—–9~——9–7————————|
G————————————————–|
B————————————————–|
E————————————————–|
E—————————————————————|
A————8-s10~~——10-10–10-10–10-10–10–8—7–8–10-|
D—–7-7-h9————7——-7——7——7—7—7–7–7—|
G—————————————————————|
B—————————————————————|
E—————————————————————|
E———————————————————————-|
A———————————————————————-|
D—-7–9~–9–7-9–7-9~—7-9-7-9s11~–11–9-11-9-11~—9-11-9-11s12~-|
G———————————————————————-|
B———————————————————————-|
E———————————————————————-|
E—————————————————————|
A—————————————————————|
D—12-12-12-9-7-7–9s12~–12–12–9–7-7–9s12–12–9–7-7-9-7-|
G—————————————————————|
B—————————————————————|
E—————————————————————|
E———————————————————————|
A——-10s12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12–12–10-8–10s12-|
D-7–9—————————————————————-|
G———————————————————————|
B———————————————————————|
E———————————————————————|
E—————————————————————————————–|
A—-12—10—–10—–10—–10–10(b12-12-12-12-12-12)-10-10-10-10-10-10(b12-12-12-12)-|
D———–7—7–7—7–7—7–7——————————————————–|
G—————————————————————————————–|
B—————————————————————————————–|
E—————————————————————————————–|

E——————————————————————-|
B——————————————————————-|
G———–9———-12———-14—-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-| repeat twice
D———–9———-12———-14—-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-|
A———–7———-10———-12—-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-12-|
E——————————————————————-|

(Just as long as I’m…

E———————————————————————|
B———————————————————————|
G—12–12–12–12–12–12–12–12—–11–11–11–11–11–11–11–11-|
D—12–12–12–12–12–12–12–12—–11–11–11–11–11–11–11–11-|
A—10–10–10–10–10–10–10–10——9—9—9—9—9—9—9—9-|
E———————————————————————|

here)

E———————————————————————|
B———————————————————————|
G—9–9–9–9—-7–7–7–7—-4–4–4–4–4–4–4–4—————-| repeat once
D—9–9–9–9—-7–7–7–7—-4–4–4–4–4–4–4–4—————-|
A—7–7–7–7—-5–5–5–5—-2–2–2–2–2–2–2–2—————-|
E———————————————————————|

…B C B
(Let me ease your pain

E———————————————————————|
B———————————————————————|
G—5–5–5–5—-4–4–4–4——————————————| repeat once
D—5–5–5–5—-4–4–4–4——————————————|
A—3–3–3–3—-2–2–2–2——————————————|
E———————————————————————|

…B C D
(Let me ease yo- ur pain to- night

E—————————-| |
B—————————-| |Riff 1 twice, Riff 2 twice
G—5–5–5–5—-4–4–4–4-| |
D—5–5–5–5—-4–4–4–4-| |
A—3–3–3–3—-2–2–2–2-| |
E—————————-| |

E———————————————————————|
B———————————————————————|
G—12-12-12-12—-14-14-14-14—-16-16-16-16-16-16-16-16————-| repeat three times |
D———————————————————————| |
A—10-10-10-10—-12-12-12-12—-14-14-14-14-14-14-14-14————-| |
E———————————————————————| |

|
repeat twice
[/]|

E———————————————————————| |
B———————————————————————| |
G—17-17-17-17—-16-16-16-16—-15-15-15-15-15-15-15-15————-| |
D———————————————————————| |
A—15-15-15-15—-14-14-14-14—-13-13-13-13-13-13-13-13————-| /
E———————————————————————| /

End on Em

E——–|
B–8—–|
G–9—–|
D–9—–|
A–7—–|
E——–|

To play the most songs, including [untitled] by Saybia 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.