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Autumn ukulele

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Autumn
Performed by The Edgar Winter Group
Written By Dan Hartman

Notes- 
This is how I play this amazing song.  I don’t know if it’s how they play it, and 
they certainly retain all rights etc.  I’m just an old guy trying to figure it 
out.  It’s one of my favorite songs of all time!


Chords used

Cs= x32x3x
Fmaj7s= xx3213
C= x32x1x
C/B= x2xx1x
Am= xx221x
Am7= xx3x1x
Am7/G= 3x2x1x
G= 32xxx3
G/B= 2xxxx3
Em= x22xxx
Em7= x2xxxx
Dm= xxx231
D= xxx232

During the intro, he hammers the b and e string going back and forth between the 
Cs and Fmaj7s.   if you use these chords and play along with it, you should get it.

Verse 1:

Cs              Fmaj7s                   
Autumn the wind blows colder than summer
Cs         Fmaj7s
Autumn my loves gone with another
C       C/B               Am                Am7/G
I can’t demand anything of myself now
G                                 Dm                         C    C/B   Am
So, I guess I’ll stay here in New England for Autumn, Autumn


Verse 2 (same chords as verse 1):

The buildings look tall and gray
The birds flying haven’t much to say
They all know that it’s coming again
So I guess they’ll stay here in New England for Autumn, Autumn

G         G/B    Em       Em7     C           C/B              Am
Did you ever lose something that you thought you knew
G         G/B    Em       Em7     C           C/B              Am
Did you ever lose someone who was close to you
Am                 G    D  Am                   Fmaj7s
Well, I lost my lover, and my summer too

 Cs           Fmaj7s
To Autumn wind blows colder than summer
Cs         Fmaj7s
Autumn my loves gone with another
C        C/B        Am                       Am7/G
I can’t demand anything of myself now
G                                     Dm                   C   C/B    Am  Am/G
So, I guess I’ll stay here in New England for Autumn, Autumn
Fmaj7s    
Autumn


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