On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe by Judy Garland Ukulele Chords

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You can play versatile instrument On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Judy Garland can also be played by that instruments.
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On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe chords has rhythm and included in The Unforgettable Judy Garland (1998) album.
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On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe by Judy Garland Ukulele Chords

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Do you hear that whis – tle down the line?

I fig – ure that it’s en – gine num – ber for – ty – nine —

She’s the on – ly one that’ll sound that way
On the Atch – i – son, To – pe – ka and the San – ta Fe.
All a – board, she’s on her way.
See the old smoke ri – sin’ round the bend?
I reck – on that she knows she’s gon – na meet a friend.
Folks a – round these parts kept the time of day
From the Atch – i – son, To – pe – ka and the San – ta Fe.
Bridge:

Here she comes — whoo – whoo oo-whoo oo- whoo – whoo – whoo.

Hey, Jim, ya bet – ter[Bm7-5] get the rig!
Oo – whoo whoo oo- whoo – whoo – whoo
She’s got a list of pas – sen – gers that’s [Bm7-5]might – y big.
And they’ll all want lifts to Brown’s Ho – tel,
Cause lots of them been trav – el - in’ for quite a spell,
All the way from Phil - a – delph – eye - aye
On the Atch – i – son, To - pe – ka and the San – ta Fe.
Back in O – hi – o where I come from,
I’ve done a lot of dream – in' and I’ve trav – ell’d some,
But I nev – er thought I’d see the day
When I ev – er took a ride on the San – ta Fe.
I would lean a – cross my win – dow sill
And hear the whis – tle ech – o - in’ a – cross the hill,
Then I’d watch the lights till they fade a - way
On the Atch – i – son, To – pe – ka and the San – ta Fe.
Bridge 2:
What a thrill with the wheels a – singin’ ”west – ward ho!”
From the day I heard[Bm7-5] them start,
‘Cross the Kan – sas plains from New Mex – i – co —
I guess I’ve got a lit – tle gyp – sy[Bm7-5] in my heart.
When I’m old and grey and set – tled down,
If I ev – er get a chance to sneak a – way from town,
Then I’ll spend my bus – man’s hol – i - day
On the Atch – i – son, To – pe – ka and the San – ta Fe

To play the this songs, including On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe by Judy Garland 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 learn.

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