Ukulele Chord Songbook: Acoustic Rock

Ukulele Chord Songbook: Acoustic Rock
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Overview

This series features convenient 6" x 9" books with complete lyrics and chord symbols above the lyrics for dozens of great songs. Each song also includes chord grids at the top of every page and the first notes of the melody for easy reference.

These books are perfect for people who don't read music but want to strum chords and sing and are equally ideal for more advanced, music-reading ukulele players who don't feel like wading through note-for-note notation.

This hit collection features 60 acoustic tunes

Contents

  • 21 Guns
  • 3 AM
  • Across The Universe
  • American Pie
  • Band On The Run
  • Behind Blue Eyes
  • Best Of My Love
  • Blackbird
  • Blowin' In The Wind
  • Bridge Over Troubled Water
  • Catch The Wind
  • Come To My Window
  • Could You Be Loved
  • Crazy Little Thing Called Love
  • Daydream
  • Don't Stop
  • Drive
  • Dust In The Wind
  • Every Rose Has Its Thorn
  • Fast Car
  • Fields Of Gold
  • Give A Little Bit
  • Hallelujah
  • Here, There And Everywhere
  • Iris
  • Layla
  • Learning To Fly
  • Maggie May
  • Magic Bus, The
  • More Than A Feeling
  • More Than Words
  • Mrs. Robinson
  • Night Moves
  • Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
  • Only Wanna Be With You
  • Patience
  • Pink Houses
  • Run Around
  • Seven Bridges Road
  • Show Me The Way
  • Silent Lucidity
  • Somebody To Love
  • Sound Of Silence, The
  • Space Oddity
  • Strong Enough
  • Suite: Judy Blue Eyes
  • Sweet Talkin' Woman
  • Tangled Up In Blue
  • Tears In Heaven
  • Time For Me To Fly
  • Time In A Bottle
  • Torn
  • Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad
  • Wake Up Little Susie
  • Wanted Dead Or Alive
  • Wherever You Will Go
  • Who'll Stop The Rain
  • Wonderwall
  • Yesterday
  • You've Got A Friend

Specs

Product IDCOBS012972469
Instrumentation Ukulele Solo
Publisher Hal Leonard
Publisher Ref No HL00702482
Language Eng
Media Book
No of Pages194

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