I’m Already Taken by Steve Wariner Ukulele Chords

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You can play versatile instrument I’m Already Taken using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Steve Wariner can also be played by that instruments.
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I’m Already Taken chords has rhythm and included in Steve Wariner (1982) album.
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I’m Already Taken by Steve Wariner Ukulele Chords

There is already a transcription of this Song at COWPIE, but it has many
wrong/missing chords. So I decided to do a exact transription.

“I’m Already Taken” By Steve Wariner
Written by Terry Ryan and Steve Wariner
To be found on the CD “TWO TEARDROPS”

Key in G – Standard Guitar Tuning

Transcribed by Bahram ( Bahram@garthworld.de )

This is the first time I am doing a tabulature transcription. I hope that I
haven’t done anything wrong here and hope that you’ll enjoy playing the song
as much as me.
Just do me a favor : If you ever play this song, then play it with the smooth
and soft feeling that it deserves. That’s the reason why I spent more time on
transcribing this song, then on any other song before.

Tabulature Intro :


e -------------------------- --------------0-----3------
b --------0-----0--1--3----- --3-----1--------1-----1---
g -----0-----0-------------- -----0-----0---------------
D -------------------------- ---------------------------
A -------------------------- --0------------------------
E --3----------------------- ---------------------------

/h


e --3-----------------3----- --0--2---------------------
b --------------1----------- ---------------------------
g --------2----------------- ---------------------------
D --0----------------------- --0------------------------
A -------------------------- ---------------------------
E -------------------------- ---------------------------

Verse 1 :

My little third grade hand wrote “I love you” on a note of yellow paper

And sent it the f[G/B]ront of the row to a little blonde-haired girl

The blonde-haired girl just opened it and read it to herself
I was so emba[G/B]rrassed when she turned around and said

Tabulature for the Verse :
( A little different for every verse ! )

/h/p


e -------------------------- --0--------------0-2-0--------
b --0--------0--1--------1-- --1--------1----3-------3-----
g --------0-----------0----- --------0------2-----------2--
D -----0-----------2-------- -----2--------0---------------
A --------------0----------- --3---------------------------
E --3----------------------- ------------------------------

PART V2
[G/B] /p


e --0-------------------3--- --------0----------3-2-3---
b --1--------1---3---------- --2-----2--------3---------
g --------0------0---------- --2-----0-------2----------
D -----2------------0------- --2------------0-----------
A --3------------2---------- --0-----1------------------
E -------------------------- ---------------------------

D – Fill ( 1’st Part ) D – Fill ( 2’nd Part )
/p


e -------------------------- e --3-2---------------------
b -------3------------1----- b --------------------------
g ----------0------------0-- g --------------------------
D --2-4-----------4-2------- D --0-----------------------
A --s/-----------s/------- A --------------------------
E -------------------------- E --------------------------

Repeat this again for the 2’nd part of the Verse, but use Fill#2

Refrain :

I’m already taken, you spoke up too late[D/F#]
I love somebody else, so you’ll just have to wait

Tabulature for the Refrain :
( A little different for every time ! )

[D/F#]


e --0-----------3----2----- --------------------------
b --1--------1----------3-- --3-----------------------
g --------0--------2------- --------2-----0-----0-----
D -----2--------0---------- -----0-----0-----2--------
A --3---------------------- --------------------------
E ------------------------- --3-----2-----0-----------

..taken you spoke too laaaaaaaaaate I love some-


e --------3-----3----2----- --------------/p----------
b --1-------------------3-- -----0--3--1--1-0----0-1-3-
g -----0-----------2------- ----0------0--------0------
D --------------0---------- ---0----4----------0-------
A --3---------------------- ---------------------------
E ------------------------- --3--------3---------------

..body else .. just have ..

Tabulature for the little Solo :

/h


e --------------0-----3----- --3--------3--0-2---------
b --3-----1----------------- --------1-----------------
g -----------0-----0-----0-- -----2--------------------
D -----2-------------------- --0-----------0-----------
A --0----------------------- --------------------------
E -------------------------- --------------------------

Verse 2 :

The years flew by so quickly, and there we were in junior high
C G/B Part V2 & D – Fill ( 1’st Part )
I realized that I still loved her so
So I called her up and told her exactly how I felt
Then she said ther[G/B]e’s something that you really ought to know

Refrain :

I’m already taken, you spoke up too late[D/F#]
I love somebody else, so you’ll just have to wait

Bridge :

C G/B B7 Em C C4_C
So what I did and never changed my love for that little blonde-haired girl
Who’s now the mother, of our ….

Verse 3 :

… little blonde-haired boy, who’s to our hearts so close
C G/B Part V2 & D – Fill ( 1’st Part )
I hate to think how fast he’s growing up
Last night I overheard them, as she tucked him into bed
He said “Mommy will you ma[G/B]rry me?” and this is what she said

Refrain :

I’m already taken, you spoke up too late[D/F#]
I love your daddy, son, so you’ll just have to wait
I’m already taken, you spoke up too late[D/F#]
Am7 D C – Single B,A,G Tones
I love your daddy, son, so you’ll just have to wait

Play the 1’st two bars of the Intro as the outro and end on a smooth G-Chord.

Extra Chords :

EADgbe
A#Dim7 x1x020
G/B x20003
D/F# 2xx232
Am7 x02010
C4 x32011

To play the this songs, including I’m Already Taken by Steve Wariner 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 many of songs, and each of them is easy to master.

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