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Skyrim - Ragnar The Red Ukulele Chords

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"Ragnar the Red" (Tavern Bard Song)
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Soundtrack

Perforemed by the following Bards of Skyrim:
-Sven of Riverwood
-Mikael of Whiterun
-Delacourt of Falkreath
-Karita of Dawnstar


Capo 2
Standard Tuning


Random Bard: This is a local favorite and one 
of the first songs I ever learned - Ragnar the Red

            D                     A
Oh... There once was a hero named Ragnar the Red,
         Bm                      F#
Who came riding to Whiterun from ole Rorikstead!

        G                        D
And the braggart did swagger and brandish his blade,
      A                        E
As he told of bold battles and gold he had made!

    F                       C
But then he went quiet, did Ragnar the Red,
        Am                      E
When he met the shield-maiden Matilda who said...

         F                        C
"Oh, you talk and you lie and you drink all our mead!
      Am                            E
Now I think it's high time that you lie down and bleed!"

    D                             A
And so then came the clashing and slashing of steel,
       Bm                         F#
As the brave lass Matilda charged in full of zeal!

        G                         Bm
And the braggart named Ragnar was boastful no more...
         G        A            D
Ahen his ugly red head rolled around on the floor!
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bubbameh2 wrote on August 22 2014, 09:19 pm

This is awesome!!!

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ironcobra951 wrote on May 25 2016, 05:09 am

What's the strumming or fingerpicking pattern for this? I've looked everywhere and can't find a ukulele one.

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