I Hope It Rains by Jana Kramer Ukulele Chords

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You can play versatile instrument I Hope It Rains using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Jana Kramer can also be played by that instruments.
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I Hope It Rains chords has rhythm and included in Jana Kramer (2012) album.
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I Hope It Rains by Jana Kramer Ukulele Chords

(No Capo)

Intro: F,A#,C (X2)

Verse 1:
I heard you got yourself a date already.
Funny thought you needed your space just five nights ago.
I’ll bet you’ll take her to our favorite spot,
Blanket down, on the ground, and chicken from your momma’s stove,
And when you pull her in close

Chorus:
I hope it rains on you,
Maybe a little bit of lightning too.
And I hope it comes a flood, lots of mud,
Messin’ up your whole day.
Hey, hey..
I hope it rains.

F C (one strum) A#

Verse 2:
Don’t get me wrong, now I hope she’s really the one.
And if it’s love you know I wish you the best.
You’ll probably have yourself an outside wedding,
Violins, all our friends, and her in her pretty white dress.
And right before that first kiss

Chorus:
I hope it rains on you,
Maybe a little bit of lightning too.
And I hope it comes a flood, lots of mud,
Messin’ up your whole day.
Hey, hey..
I hope it rains.
And I hope it rains.

Bridge:
I hope it rains,
Hope it pours,
I hope she’s in heels, and some little white shorts.
You can’t find the keys to unlock the doors

Chorus:
I hope it rains on you,
Maybe a little bit of lightning too.
And I hope it comes a flood, lots of mud,
Messin’ up your whole day.
Hey, hey
F C (one strum) A#
I hope it rains.
F C (one strum) A#
And I hope it rains
F C (one strum) A# (let it ring)
And I hope it rains

To play the most songs, including I Hope It Rains by Jana Kramer 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 learn.

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