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This song by The Standells can also be played by that instruments.
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Riot on Sunset Strip chords has rhythm and included in Try It (1967) album.
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Riot on Sunset Strip by The Standells Ukulele Chords


“Riot On Sunset Strip”
(Tony Valentino – John Fleck)

Intro:

(hi-hat, 2 bars)

(guitar [2X, continue into verse]; organ and bass play B throughout)

[(B5)] v v [(D5)] v v [(B5)] v v v[(A5)] v

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-|———7——-|—————–
-7s9—9—7——-7s9—9—9s7—–
-7s9—9—5——-7s9—9—9s7—–
-5s7—7———–5s7—7—7s5—–

Verse:

I’d go down to the Strip tonight
I’m not on a stay-home trip tonight
Long hair seems to be the main attraction
But the heat is causing all the action

Pre-chorus:
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/s/standells/riot_on_sunset_strip_crd.html ]
Bright lights everywhere
Pretty girls with long blonde hair
But somehow the people they don’t care

Chorus:

It just [D#m/A#]doesn’t seem fair
To bug you ’cause you[D#m/A#] got long hair
Even the[D#m/A#] parents are beginning to stare

Post-chorus:

B [continue with intro riff]
Because of the sirens on our streets
They used to be neat
But now it’s just a place for black and white cars to race
It’s causin’ a riot
It’s causin’ a riot, yeah

[guitar solo over intro riff, 8X]

[repeat pre-chorus]

[repeat chorus]

[repeat post-chorus]

Coda [ranted over intro riff]:

It’s causin’ a riot
It’s causin’ a riot, everywhere
People runnin’ around, riots everywhere
Pushin’, pushin’, pushin’ everywhere

— another ace 60’s tab from Andrew Rogers

To play the most songs, including Riot on Sunset Strip by The Standells 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.

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This song by The Standells can also be played by that instruments.
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Mr. Nobody by The Standells Ukulele Chords

“Mr. Nobody”
(Larry Tamblyn)

Intro:

(w/fuzz guitar (2X)):


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Verse 1:

Try so very hard to take my baby
Try so very hard to take my love
So Mr. Nobody, you see
You can’t creep[Bm/F#] up on me
C Em/B Am C/G Dsus4 D (3: N.C.)
And take away the girl that I’m to marry

Verse 2:

Take away my house and all my money
But never try to take my love from me
So Mr. Nobody, you’re lost
With her I am the boss
You’re not the one with whom she has an interest

(fuzz guitar and organ solos over verse chords)

Verse 3:

So you can thank your lucky stars that I have told you
You better realize that this boy ain’t no fool
So you can take your fancy car
And drive away real far
The world is full of nobodies like you are

Coda (repeat to fade):

Mr. Nobody is who you are[(Em)]

— another ace 60’s tab from Andrew Rogers

To play the most songs, including Mr. Nobody by The Standells 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.