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Rain by Uriah Heep Ukulele Chords


Date: Wed, 26 Nov 1997 16:54:48 -0500
From: Dan Fisher
Subject: CRD: “Rain” by Uriah Heep

From: WetStone@compuserve.com Daniel S. Fisher

Title : Rain
By: Uriah Heep (Ken Hensley)
From: The Magicians’s Birthday (1972)

VERSE 1
It’s raining outside, but that’s not unusual
but the way that I’m feeling's becoming usual
I guess you could say
the clouds are moving away…
away from your days, and into mine

(short piano solo over chords: C Bb Ab C)

VERSE 2
Now it’s raining inside and that’s a shame
and it’s getting to me…a happy man
Why would would want to waste all my time?
The world is yours, but I am mine

CHORUS
Rain, rain, rain
in my tears
measuring carefully
my years
shame, shame, shame
in my mind
see what you’ve done to my life

REPEAT CHORUS

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Believe by Uriah Heep Ukulele Chords

Believe
Uriah Heep

intro: Em D Em D?C?D x2

With the light of the world upon us there?ll be nothing to come between us
Something up ahead worth fighting for

You?re thinking that life is easy there is danger that you cannot see
Do you know who is coming through your door?

To be one and free that?s all we need
C D C D C D pause A
Let the morning sunlight take away your fear

Better believe you?ll come alive again
D pause A
If you believe that all the world will change for me & you
Better believe you?ll come alive again
?Cos when you believe it , then it will happen

Em D Em D?C?D

You will find that there?s so much giving
Look for help and see how we?re living
It?s all the things you?ve never done before

If you?re one & free that?s all we need
C D C D C D pause A
Let the morning sunlight take away your fear

Better believe you?ll come alive again
D pause A
If you believe that all the world will change for me & you
Better believe you?ll come alive again
?Cos when you believe it , then it will happen

Em D Em D?C?D X2

[///C] [///C] [/C]
Now I have your concentration, now I?ve got your imagination
In a world I [D/F#]could not ask for more
When you dealing with your frustration, all you need is determination
Em D/F# C pause A
There is so much life worth fighting for

Better believe you?ll come alive again
If you believe that all the world will change for me & you
Better believe you?ll come alive again
Bb C pause A
?Cos when you believe it , then it will happen
Better believe you?ll come alive again
If you believe that all the world will change for me & you
Better believe you?ll come alive again

?Cos when you believe it , then it will happen

To play the this songs, including Believe by Uriah Heep 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.

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July Morning by Uriah Heep Ukulele Chords


[Verse 1]

There I was on a July morning looking for love.
With the strength of a new day dawning and the beautiful sun.
At the sound of the first bird singing I was leaving for home.
With the storm and the night behind me and a road of my own.

With the day came the resolution
I’ll be looking for you.
La la laaa la, la la laaa la
La la laaa

[Verse 2]

I was looking for love in the strangest places.
There wasn’t a stone that I left unturned.
I must have tried more than a thousand faces,
But not one was aware of the fire that burned.

In my heart, in my mind,
In my soul.
La la laaa la, la la laaa la
La la laaa

Cm Fm Bb Cm x4

In my heart, in my mind,
In my soul.

La la laaa la, la la laaa la
La la laaa, La la laaa, La la laaa, La la laaa
La ahaaa, La ahaaa, La ahaaa, Laaaa

Cm D Fm G Cm x2

[Verse 3]

There I was on a July morning - I was looking for love.
With the strength of a new day dawning and the beautiful sun.
At the sound of the first bird singing I was leaving for home.
With the storm and the night behind me, yeah and a road of my own.

With the day came the resolution
I’ll be looking for you.
La la laaa la, la la laaa la
La la laaa

To play the this songs, including July Morning by Uriah Heep 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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The Golden Palace by Uriah Heep Ukulele Chords


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THE GOLDEN PALACE – Uriah Heep


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Album: Sonic Origami (1998)
Written by Mick Box & Phil Lanzon

Tabbed by: Jon Malmin
Email: jogusmal@hotmail.com

Tuning: E

It’s pretty hard to hear exactly what Mick is playing in this one,
so I can’t promise that this tab is a 100% correct. But it’s pretty close, and a 100% useful.
Also, I could only tab out the individual guitar parts by themselves, so you’ll have to listen
to the song to know exactly in what order the parts are. Enjoy!

This is played before and during each verse:


e|----------0---------------0--------|----------0---------------0--------|
B|--------6---6-----------6---6------|--------6---6-----------6---6------|
G|------0-------0-------0-------0----|------0-------0-------0-------0----|
D|----7-----------7---7-----------7--|----7-----------7---7-----------7--|
A|--5---------------5----------------|-----------------------------------|
E|-----------------------------------|--6---------------6----------------|
e|----------0---------------0--------|----------0---------------0--------|
B|--------6---6-----------6---6------|--------6---6-----------6---6------|
G|------0-------0-------0-------0----|------0-------0-------0-------0----|
D|----7-----------7---7-----------7--|----7-----------7---7-----------7--|
A|------------------0----------------|--5---------------5----------------|
E|--8--------------------------------|-----------------------------------|

Pre-chorus:


e|-----------------------------------|----------0---------------0--------|
B|----------0---------------0--------|--------0---0-----------0---0------|
G|--------0---0-----------0---0------|------2-------2-------2-------2----|
D|------4-------4-------4-------4----|----2-----------2---2-----------2--|
A|----2-----------2---2-----------2--|--0---------------0----------------|
E|--0---------------3----------------|-----------------------------------|
e|----------0---------------3--------|-----------------------------------|
B|--------1---1-----------0---0------|--------3-3-------------3-3--------|
G|------0-------0-------0-------0----|------3-----3---3-----3-----3---3--|
D|----2-----------2---0-----------0--|----3---------3-----3---------3----|
A|--3---------------2----------------|--1---------------1----------------|
E|-----------------------------------|-----------------------------------|
e|-----------------------------------|----------0---------------0--------|
B|----------0---------------0--------|--------0---0-----------0---0------|
G|--------0---0-----------0---0------|------2-------2-------2-------2----|
D|------4-------4-------4-------4----|----2-----------2---2-----------2--|
A|----2-----------2---2-----------2--|--0---------------0----------------|
E|--0---------------3----------------|-----------------------------------|
e|----------0---------------3--------|----------0---------------3--------|
B|--------1---1-----------0---0------|--------1---1-----------3---3------|
G|------0-------0-------0-------0----|------2-------2-------0-------0----|
D|----2-----------2---0-----------0--|----2-----------2---0-----------0--|
A|--3---------------2----------------|--0--------------------------------|
E|-----------------------------------|------------------3----------------|
e|----------1---------------1--------|--------------------------3--------|
B|--------1---1-----------1---1------|----------1-----------------3------|
G|------2-------2-------2-------2----|------0-----0---0-----0-------0----|
D|----3-----------3---3-----------3--|----2---2-----2-----0---0-------0--|
A|-----------------------------------|--3---------------2----------------|
E|--1---------------1----------------|-----------------------------------|

Chorus (regular chords):


Whoa-oh-oh-oh, whoa-oh-oh-oh


Whoa-oh-oh-oh, whoa-oh-oh-oh

Can we give ourselves like a mother to her child?


Whoa-oh-oh-oh, whoa-oh-oh-oh

The second chorus finishes differently:
Can we give ourselves like a mother to her child?

Instrumental section (Part one):
Gm Gm F C 2x

Part two:

Strum this chord twice to end the instrumental section:
e|–0–|
B|–6–|
G|–0–|
D|–7–|
A|–5–|
E|—–|

Then, the song goes through the verse/prechorus/chorus section again,
and ends with the chord shown above.
Excuse me for the poor organization in this tab,
but I’m not used to writing regular guitar tabs so please bear with me! )

To play the most songs, including The Golden Palace by Uriah Heep 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.