When I Could Come Home to You by Steve Wariner Ukulele Chords

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If you are searching for When I Could Come Home to You ukulele chords, you already come to the right place.
You can play versatile instrument When I Could Come Home to You using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Steve Wariner can also be played by that instruments.
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When I Could Come Home to You chords has rhythm and included in I Got Dreams (1989) 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.

When I Could Come Home to You by Steve Wariner Ukulele Chords

(Wariner/Murrah)
MCA Records
August 11, 2003

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CHORDS:

E 022100
Aadd2 x02420
A x02220
B x24442
Bsus4 x24452
C#m X46654
C#m7 X46454
B/D# xx1x02
B/E 0x444x
A/E 0x222x

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Intro:
[(E)] [(C#m7)] [(Aadd2)] [(Bsus)] [(B)]
There’s a (E) light, that I (C#m7) leave on
(Aadd2) It’s just an illusion, cause there’s (Bsus4) no one at (B) home
(A) It shines just (B) like it used (C#m) to (Bsus4)
(Aadd2) When I could (Bsus4) come home to (E) you

There’s a (E) song on the (C#m7) radio
(Aadd2) I love to hear it, cause (Bsus4) you loved it (B) so
It re(A)minds me of the (B) things we used to (C#m) do (Bsus4)
(Aadd2) When I could (Bsus4) come home to (E) you

(A) Guess I’m just (B) foolin’ my(E)self
(A) I’ve always (B) been a fool for (E) you
(A) I’m still (B) living for the (E) day (B/D#) my (C#m) dreams (G#m7) come (A) true (F#m7)
(Bsus4) And I can (B) come home to (E) you

Like the (E) ring I (C#m) still wear
(Aadd2) My heart’s still waiting, it’ll a(Bsus4)lways be (B) here
Do you (A) ever think a(B)bout those days (C#m) too (Bsus4)
(Aadd2) When I could (Bsus4) come home to (E) you

(A) Guess I’m just (B) foolin’ my(E)self
(A) I’ve always (B) been a fool for (E) you
(A) I’m still (B) living for the (E) day (B/D#) my (C#m) dreams (G#m7) come (A) true (F#m7)
(Bsus4) And I can (B) come home to (E) you (B/E) (A/E)

There’s a (E) light, that I (C#m7) leave on
(Aadd2) It’s just an illusion, cause there’s (Bsus4) no one at (B) home

[(E)] [(C#m7)] [(Aadd2)] [(Bsus4)] [(B)] [(E)]

To play the this songs, including When I Could Come Home to You by Steve Wariner 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 ton of songs, and each of them is easy to learn.

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