My Name by Lhasa Ukulele Chords

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If you are searching for My Name ukulele chords, you have come to the right place.
You can play versatile instrument My Name using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Lhasa can also be played by that instruments.
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My Name chords has rhythm and included in The Living Road (2003) 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.

My Name by Lhasa Ukulele Chords

Lhasa de Sela – My Name
transcribed by: robertdanielmaher (at) gmail (dot) com

electric piano, arranged for guitar:

3/4 section:


|------------|------------|------------|----2-------|
|------------|------------|------------|--------0---|
|------------|------------|------------|------------|
|------------|------------|------------|------------|
|------------|------------|----------0h|2-----------|
|0---------5p|3-----------|0-----------|------------|


|------------|------------|------------|----2-------||------------|------------|------------|--------2---||------------|------------|------------|------------|
|------------|------------|------------|------------|
|------------|------------|----------0h|2-----------|
|2---------5p|3-----------|2-----------|------------|

4/4 section:


|-----------(2)--|----------------|
|-------------(0)|----------------|
|----0-----------|----0-----------|
|--------0-0-2---|--------0-0-2---|
|----------------|----------------|
|0-------------0-|----------------|


|-----------(2)--|----------------|
|-------------(2)|----------------|
|----2-----------|----2-----------|
|--------2-2-4---|--------2-2-4---|
|----------------|----------------|
|2-------------2-|----------------|

-notes in parenthesis are only played sometimes
-there is a lot of room for subtle variation in these riffs (like including the 3rd)
-F#m means only play the first half of the riff

[3/4]

why don’t you ask me how long i’ve been waiting
sat down on the road with the gunshots exploding
i’m waiting for you, in the gloom and the blazing
F#m
i’m waiting for you

i sing like a slave, i know i should know better
i’ve learned all my lessons right down to the letter
and still i go on like this year after year
(strum F#m 4 times)
waiting for miracles and shaking……
(change to 4/4) Em7
…………with fear

why don’t you answer, why don’t you come save me
show me how to use all these things that you gave me
turn me inside out so my bones can save me
F#m7
turn me inside out

you’ve come this close, you can come even closer
the gunshots get louder and the world spins faster
and things just get further and further apart
the head from the hands and the hands from my heart

one thing that’s true is the way that i love him
the earth down below and the sky up above him
and still i go on like this day after day
still i go on like this


now i’ve said this, i already feel stronger
i can’t keep waiting for you any longer
i need you now, not someday when i’m ready
come down on the road, come down on the road


my name, my name
nothing is
nothing is the same
and i won’t go back the way i came
my name, my name
nothing is the same

To play the most songs, including My Name by Lhasa 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 many of songs, and each of them is easy to master.

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