Good Advices by R.E.M. Ukulele Chords

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You can play versatile instrument Good Advices using ukulele or guitar.
This song by R.E.M. can also be played by that instruments.
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Good Advices chords has rhythm and included in Fables of the Reconstruction (1985) album.
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Good Advices by R.E.M. Ukulele Chords

The basic chords for this song are E, D and A, although not the normal
open E, D and A. There’s also an Em and some picking as well.
Here are the chords as I hear them, but due to the numerous guitar
tracks on the studio version, your guess is as good as mine:
E D A Em D-lick

E-0------0-----0----0-----2-----0--------------------------------------
B-0------0-----0----0-----3-3-----3---3--------------------------------
G-9------7-----6----0-----2---2-----2----------------------------------
D-9------7-----7----2-----0--------------------------------------------
A-7------5-----0----2--------------------------------------------------
E-0------X-----X----0--------------------------------------------------

The song fades in on the E chord and the verses go:
When you greet a stranger, Verse II:
D When you greet a stranger,
Look at his shoes. Look at her hands,
A E Keep your money in your hands,
Keep your money in your shoes, Put your travel behind.
D-lick
Put your trouble behind.
CHORUS:
Who are you going to


E-0-0---0--------0-0--------------0---------0-------5-----5------------
B-0---0-0--------0---0--------------5---------5-------5-----5---5------
G-2-----2-slide>-4-----4-slide>-6-----6-h-7-----6-6-----6-----6--------
D-2-----2-slide>-4--------------------------------7-----7-----7--------
A-0-----0--------0-----------------------------------------------------
E----------------------------------------------------------------------

call for?


E---0-----0----------0-----0------- Chords:
B-----0-----0---0------0-----0---0- E A E
G---------------------------------- What do you have to say?
D-7-----7-----7----7-----7-----7---
A-0-----0-----0----0-----0-----0---
E----------------------------------

Keep you hat on your head


E-0-0---0--------0-0--------------0---------0-------5-----5------------
B-0---0-0--------0---0--------------5---------5-------5-----5---5------
G-2-----2-slide>-4-----4-slide>-6-----6-h-7-----6-6-----6-----6--------
D-2-----2-slide>-4--------------------------------7-----7-----7--------
A-0-----0--------0-----------------------------------------------------
E----------------------------------------------------------------------

Home is a long way away


E---0-----0----------0-----0---------0-----0---------------------------
B-----0-----0---0------0-----0---0-----0-----0-------------------------
G----------------------------------------------------------------------
D-7-----7-----7----7-----7-----7---7-----7-----------------------------
A-0-----0-----0----0-----0-----0---0-----0-----------------------------
E----------------------------------------------------------------------

Verse III: Verse IV:
At the end of the day, When you greet a stranger,
I’ll forget your name. Look at his shoes.
I’d like it here if I couldn’t Keep your memories in your shoes,
Even see you from a long way away. Put your travel behind.
CHORUS (as above):
Break:
At the end of the day,
When there are no friends.
Verse V: (wierd but it works) Verse VI:
And there are no lovers. Familiar face, a boring place,
Who are you going to call for? I’ll forget your name.
What do you have to change. I’d like it here if I couldn’t
(Mike Mills in the background) Even see you from a long way away.
CHORUS (as above) END
@SONG: GOOD ADVICES
When you greet a stranger look at his shoes
Keep your money in your shoes put your trouble behind
When you greet a stranger look at his hands
Keep your money in your hands put your travel behind
Who are you going to call for, what do you have to say
Keep your hat on your head home is a long way away
At the end of the day, I’ll forget your name
I’d like it here if I could leave and see you from a long way away
When you greet a stranger, look at her shoes
Keep you memories in your shoes, put your travel behind
Who are you going to call for, what do you have to say
Keep your hat on your head
Home is a long way away
At the end of the day, when there are no friends
When there are no lovers, who are you going to call for
What do you have to change
A familiar face a foreign place I forget your name
I’d like it here if I could leave and see you from a long way away
Who are you going to call for, what do you have to say
Keep your hat on your head
Home is a long way away

To play the this songs, including Good Advices by R.E.M. 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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