Takeoffs and Landings by The Ataris Ukulele Chords

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You can play versatile instrument Takeoffs and Landings using ukulele or guitar.
This song by The Ataris can also be played by that instruments.
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Takeoffs and Landings chords has rhythm and included in So Long, Astoria (2003) album.
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Takeoffs and Landings by The Ataris Ukulele Chords


The Ataris
Takeoffs And Landings
So Long Astoria
2003
Submitted by: paramore_fans@yahoo.com

Key: E

Tuning: Standard EADGBe

Chords used:
E – 022100
C#m – x46654
B – x24442
A – x02220
[-]
D – [-] xx0232


Intro: C#m--A--B--A-- x2

Verse 1:
On this coldest of January nights
We drive out past the runway and
watch the planes go flying by
The runway lights are the deepest
blue like the colors of your eyes
So close them tight and
kiss me one last time

Refrain:
If you could go anywhere right now
Where would you go?
And would you miss me
when you get there?
No place that I would rather be

Chorus:
Please don’t let me go
falling from the sky
The “fasten seatbelt”
sign just needs to go out
If only you could be
right here by my side
Home wouldn’t seem
so far from here


Post Chorus: C#m--A--B--A-- x2

Verse 2:
Passport customs
carry on remember
To shut off all of your
electronic devices
Fell asleep on Tuesday
woke up Monday afternoon
I slept right through
your International Date Line

(Repeat Refrain)
(Repeat Chorus)


Interlude: F#m--A--C#m--B--F#m--A--A(hold)

(Repeat Chorus twice)

Outro: F#m–G#m-A(hold)

To play the most songs, including Takeoffs and Landings by The Ataris 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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