Tuff Enuff by The Fabulous Thunderbirds Ukulele Chords

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You can play versatile instrument Tuff Enuff using ukulele or guitar.
This song by The Fabulous Thunderbirds can also be played by that instruments.
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Tuff Enuff by The Fabulous Thunderbirds Ukulele Chords

Song: “Tuff Enuff”

Official Site URL’s:
http://www.fabulousthunderbirds.com/main.html?versionhtml
Wiki URL: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Fabulous_Thunderbirds
Album: “Tuff Enuff”
Wiki URL: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuff_Enuff
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?vm1dDJ7zAmSw
Jimmie Vaughan: http://www.amentinc.com/artist/Jimmie-Vaughan.html

Version: 1.0

AUTHOR:
Tab annotated by rikigo (grosserr@gmail.com)

TUNING:
Standard Tuning

BACKGROUND:
“Tuff Enuff” is the title track from “Tuff Enuff” (1986) the studio album by Texas based
Rock band The Fabulous Thunderbirds, which pointed the band in a more mainstream
The single, “Tuff Enuff” was featured in the film Tough Guys, as was the follow-up
“Wrap It Up”. “Tuff Enuff” remains as the band’s only Top 10 hit, peaking at #10 on the
Hot 100. In the Live version there is “Junior” Brown on the keyboards, Preston Hubbard
Bass, Fran Cristina on Drums, Stevie Ray Vaughan is playing six-string bass with brother
Vaughan on Lead and Kim Wilson on vocals.

TEMPO: Moderate

CHORDS:
D XX0232
E 022300
B 224442

Intro:
| D E B | D E B | D
B | D E B | D E B |

Verse 1:
I would walk ten miles on my hands and knees.
Ain’t no doubt a-bout it, ba-by, it’s you I aim to please.
I’d wrestle with a li-on and a griz-zly bear.
It’s my life ba-by but, I don’t care.

Chorus:
Ain’t that tuff enough?
Ain’t that tuff enough?
Ain’t that tuff enough?
Ain’t that tuff enough?

Verse 2:
For you, baby, I would, swim the sea.
Noth-in’ I’d do for you that’s too tough for me.
I’d put out a burnin’ building with a shov-el and dirt,
And not e-ven wor-ry a-bout get-ting hurt.

(Repeat Chorus)

Guitar Solo 1:
| D | D E B | D E B |

I would work twenty four hours, seven days a week,
Just so I can come home and kiss your cheek.
I love you in the morn-in’ and I’ll love you at noon.
I love you in the night, take you, to the moon.

(Repeat Chorus)

I’d lay in a pile of burning money, that I’ve earn-ed.
And not even worry about, get-tin’ burn-ed.
I’d climb the Empire State, ‘ fight Mu-hammad Ali.
Just to have you ba-by, close to me.

Guitar Solo 2:
|D | D E B |

(Repeat Chorus)

(Repeat Chorus)

Guitar Solo 3:
|D | D E B |

[(End)]

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Notes:
1. ‘Live’ version varies from studio recording with an extra-long Intro., (x5 vs X3) refrains.
In ‘Live on the River Boat Queen’ version long-sustain on D chord (x24) to
the band and wind-up the band’s performance.
2. If I get the opportunity, I’ll add Jimmie Vaughan’s Lead riffs to a future version.

To play the this songs, including Tuff Enuff by The Fabulous Thunderbirds 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 master.

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