Meaning of the Blues by Julie London Ukulele Chords

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If you are looking for Meaning of the Blues ukulele chords, you have come to the right place.
You can play versatile instrument Meaning of the Blues using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Julie London can also be played by that instruments.

Meaning of the Blues chords has rhythm and included in About the Blues (1957) 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.

Meaning of the Blues by Julie London Ukulele Chords

Blue was just the color of the sea, [E7-9]

Til my lover [Bm7-5]left me;

Blue was just a bluebird in a tree, [E7-9]

Til he said “Forget me.”

Blue always made me think of summer,

Cloudless summer skies so fresh and [Bm7-5]warm;

But now the blue I see is more like winter

Winter skies with clouds a[Bm7-5]bout to storm.

Blue was just the color of his eyes[E7-9]

Til he said “Goo[Bm7-5]dbye, love.”

Blue was just a ribbon for first prize[E7-9]

Til he said, “Don’t cry, love.”

And blues were only [Bm7-5]torch songs

Fashioned for impulsive ingnues;

But now I know, too well I [E7-9]know,

Too well I know the [Bm7-5]meaning of the blues.

To play the most songs, including Meaning of the Blues by Julie London 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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