Long Live the Queen by Frank Turner Ukulele Chords

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If you are looking for Long Live the Queen ukulele chords, you have visit to the best site.
You can play versatile instrument Long Live the Queen using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Frank Turner can also be played by that instruments.
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Long Live the Queen chords has rhythm and included in Love Ire & Song (2008) album.
You can also get another musical style, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Long Live the Queen by Frank Turner Ukulele Chords

Strumming

Standard Tuning: EADGBe

Intro:

A (Strum twice then mute and strum) X4

Verse:
(Same strumming pattern)
I was sipping on the whiskey when I got the call yeah,

My friend Lex was lying in a hospital,

She’d been pretty sick for about half the year,

But it seemed that this time the end was drawing near.

So I dropped my plans and jumped the next London train,

I found her laid up and in a lot of pain,

Her eyes met mine and then I understood,

That the weather forecast wasn’t looking too good.

So I sat and spun her stories for a little while,

Tried to raise her mood and tried to raise a smile,

But she silenced all my ramblings with a shake of her head,

Drew me close and listen this is what she said now.

Chorus:
You’ll live to dance another day,

But now you’ll have to dance,

For the two of us,

So stop looking so damn depressed,

And sing with all your heart,

The Queen is dead yeah.

Verse chords same as before:

Chorus chords as before except for ending:

So stop looking so damn depressed,

And sing with all your heart,

The Queen is dead.

And South London’s not the same, anymore

The Queen is dead, yes!

And the last of the greats,

Has finally gone to bed.

Final verse same chords but single, soft strums without pick:

Final chorus same chords but end on F#

To play the this songs, including Long Live the Queen by Frank Turner 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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