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Frank D Fixer ukulele

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Strumming
There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
it should look something like this. hope that helps
in square brackets I placed chords you can use if original ones too difficult to you

G6 [G](000023) - from 1st string to 6th
Am* [Am](000420)
F (310230)
C#m7b5 (x5454x)
Fmaj7 [F](x5453x) or (354533)
Gmaj9 [D](53045x) - just like C chord, just move it 2 frets higher.
F#11b9 (000423) - add D string to G6
D7 (020200)
C (330023)
Asus2 (000420)
B5 (000422) - those 2 chords are similar to F#11b9

pay attention to his specific way to play it with his right hand.

intro C6 

C6 Am*
 Frank D. Fixer was a handyman
F C6
 He could handle everything; he was my granddad
C6 Am*
 He grew his own food and fixed his own car
F C6
 I watched it all happen in our backyard
C#m7b5 Fmaj7 C6
 He'd reinvent the part to fix the broken home
C#m7b5 Fmaj7
 He restored the heart

CHORUS:
F Cmaj9 C
 I wish I was a fixer
F Cmaj9 F#11b9
 I would fix you up inside
F Cmaj9 F#11b9 D7
 I would build you a town if the world fell down
F Cmaj9 C
 I wish I was that guy

C6

C6 Am*
 If Frank D. Fixer were alive today
F C6
 Well he may laugh at me and he may have a lot to say
C6 Am*
 Well he might ask that I keep working for the family
F C6
 To keep the bills all paid and be his protégé
C#m7b5 Fmaj7 C6
 What happened to the ground right where we are?
C#m7b5 Fmaj7
 What happened to the family farm?

CHORUS

Esus2 B5 F#11b9 C - 2 times

Asus2 E5 F#11b9 F
 Every evening breaking bread
Asus2 E5 F#11b9 F
 He showed us who a real man is
C#m7b5 Fmaj7
 No matter what my grandma says
C#m7b5 Fmaj7
 He would never lose his head

CHORUS

F Cmaj9 C
 I wish I was a farmer
F Cmaj9 F#11b9
 I would grow you a Garden of Eden
F Cmaj9 F#11b9 D7
 I would bless the family with the gifts that granddad handed me
F Cmaj9 F#11b9
 How wonderful that would be
F Cmaj9 C
 Baby I'll make that guy be me

VERY-VERY simple solo at the end
1st -3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-3-
2nd -2-3-3-3-2-3-3-3-0-1-2-3- and play with it; look like Jason does it
3rd-6th strings aren't used in solo

            
            
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