Doginabag by The Fratellis Ukulele Chords

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If you are searching for Doginabag ukulele chords, you already come to the best place.
You can play versatile instrument Doginabag using ukulele or guitar.
This song by The Fratellis can also be played by that instruments.
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Doginabag chords has rhythm and included in Costello Music (2006) album.
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Doginabag by The Fratellis Ukulele Chords

This is my first tab so cut me a little slack it your gonna chew me out on this comments
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The Fratellis-Doginabag

e—————-|
B—————-|
G———-0—–|
D——0-3——-|x18 then
A—-2———–|
E–3————-|
e—————–|
B—————–|
G——–3-0——|
D——0———-|
A—-2————|
E–3————–|

While that riff is being played theres another guitar that plays the chords

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

then play this 7 more times

e—————-|
B—————-|
G———-0—–|
D——0-3——-|
A—-2———–|
E–3————-|

then

e-3–2–1–0—————————————–|
B-3–2–1–0—————————————–|
D-3–2–1–0 The pattern goes A# x4, A x2, G# x2, G–| x1
G-3–2–1–0—————————————–|
A-1–0–X–X—————————————–|
E-X–X–X–X—————————————–|

After that sequence is played let the G ring and play this over it

e—————-|
B—————-|
G———-0—–|
D——0-3——-|x2
A—-2———–|
E–3————-|

Then the chord sequence again
A# x4, A x2, G# x2, G x1

Then this again

e—————-|
B—————-|
G———-0—–|
D——0-3——-|x18
A—-2———–|
E–3————-|

then this once

e—————–|
B—————–|
G——–3-0——|
D——0———-|
A—-2————|
E–3————–|

( Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/t/the_fratellis/doginabag_tab_ver_2.html )
Back to this 7 more times

e—————-|
B—————-|
G———-0—–|
D——0-3——-|
A—-2———–|
E–3————-|

then
A# x4, A x2, G# x2, G x1

then this

e—————-|
B—————-|
G———-0—–|
D——0-3——-|x2
A—-2———–|
E–3————-|

SOLO:
this is the backround of the solo

e—————-|
B—————-|
G———-0—–|
D——0-3——-|x12
A—-2———–|
E–3————-|

then
A# x4, A x2, G# x2, G x1

play this twice

e—————-|
B—————-|
G———-0—–|
D——0-3——-|x2
A—-2———–|
E–3————-|

the part after that I am no that sure of how its played it comes out of that Es-335 sounding phase with

e—————-|
B—————-|
G———-0—–|
D——0-3——-|x9
A—-2———–|
E–3————-|

then

e—————–|
B—————–|
G——–3-0——|
D——0———-|x1
A—-2————|
E–3————–|

then this

e—————-|
B—————-|
G———-0—–|
D——0-3——-|x2
A—-2———–|
E–3————-|

and then it goes
A# x4, A x2, G# x2, G x1

then this

e—————-|
B—————-|
G———-0—–|
D——0-3——-|x2
A—-2———–|
E–3————-|

Play the following two above like this Chords then the riff, so it should read out
AA G#G# G, then play the above riff…do the whole thing 3 times

Then play this a couple of times then have a fade out effect to lessen the sound…

e—————-|
B—————-|
G———-0—–|
D——0-3——-|
A—-2———–|
E–3————-|

To play the most songs, including Doginabag by The Fratellis 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 learn.

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