Whooping Crane by Lyle Lovett Ukulele Chords

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If you are searching for Whooping Crane ukulele chords, you already come to the best site.
You can play versatile instrument Whooping Crane using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Lyle Lovett can also be played by that instruments.
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Whooping Crane chords has rhythm and included in Natural Forces (2009) album.
You can also find other musical style, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Whooping Crane by Lyle Lovett Ukulele Chords


Capo 1

Intro: C F C C F F C C Am FC Am FC C F G C

I Think I’ll look around for a whooping crane
F C CB
I Think I’ll look around for a whooping crane
What do you think this pain is God?
You think I’m uptight but I’m not
It’s just that, I look around for a whooping crane
and I can’t find one.
So, I Think I’ll look around for a drinking stream
F C CB
I think I’ll look around for a drinking stream
They say you turned the water to wine
And they must have been right this time because
F G C C CB Am
I look around for a drinking stream and I can’t find one.

Mighty red man painted ponies proud
Fallen Eagle, feathers on the ground
and the bullets they spin your dreams around
and they paint your face on a penny brown

Break: (Full Verse)

So, I think I’ll look around for the yellow stones
I think I’ll look around for the yellow stones

Am F C CB
Set your eyes on the eagle’s flight,
Cause the, the eyes of God have lost their sight. Because,
I look around for the yellow stones, but I can’t find none.
Mighty red man painted ponies proud
Fallen Eagle, feathers on the ground
and the bullets they spin your dreams around
and they paint your face on a penny brown

So, I Think I’ll look around for a whooping crane
I Think I’ll look around for a whooping crane
What do you think this pain is God?
You think I’m uptight but I’m not
It’s just that, I look around for a whooping crane
and I can’t find one… End on C

(Thanks to mboy45 for tabs)

To play the this songs, including Whooping Crane by Lyle Lovett 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 ton of songs, and each of them is easy to master.

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