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Rhythm Of My Heart ukulele

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Rhythm Of My Heart
By Rod Stewart

Chorded On 11/05/05 By Bill SChroeder (TheMrBillShow@gmail.com)

Note: Use a mellow pickup setting, light tremelo + light reverb

The Song is a simple progression of these three bar Chords

C#6 = x46666
F#  = 244322
G#  = 466544

Progression & Intro:

C#6 - F# - C#6 - G# - C#6 - F# - C#6 - G# - C#6 - Repeat -

To sound correct with the original recording this song should
be played with the bar chords indicated... However, it can be
played poorly with a Capo on the first fret, using C6/F/C6/G


C#6                   F#
Across the street the river runs 
C#6                       G#
Down in the gutter life is slipping away 
C#6                F# 
Let me still exist in another place, 
C#6                           G#         C#6
Running down under cover Of a helicopter blade 

C#6                            F#
The flames are getting higher, in effigy 
C#6                         G#
Burning down the bridges of my memory 
C#6                  F#
Love may still alive somewhere someday 
C#6                                        G#          C#6
where they're downing only deer, a hundred steel towns away 

C#6                    F#
Oh, rhythm of my heart is beating like a drum 
C#6                                        G#
with the words "I Love you" rolling off my tongue 
C#6                   F#
No never will I roam, for I know my place is home 
C#6                                    G#  C#6
Where the ocean meets the sky, I'll be sailing 

C#6             F#
Photographs and kerosene
C#6                  G#
light up my darkness,light it up, light it up 
C#6                        F#     
I can still feel the touch of your thin blue jeans 
C#6                                      G#            C#6
Running down the alley, I've got my eyes all over you, baby, Oh, baby 

C#6                    F#
Oh, rhythm of my heart is beating like a drum 
C#6                                        G#
with the words "I Love you" rolling off my tongue 
C#6                   F#
No never will I roam, for I know my place is home 
C#6                                    G#  C#6           G#  C#6 
Where the ocean meets the sky, I'll be sailing  (I'll be sailing) 

...Oh, yeah... 

C#6                       F#
Oh, I've got lightning in my veins,
C#6                         G#  
shifting like the handle of a slot machine 
C#6                   F#
Love may still exist, in another place. 
C#6                               G#               C#6
I'm just yanking back the handle, no expression on my face. 


== Chorus 3x ==

C#6                    F#
Oh, rhythm of my heart is beating like a drum 
C#6                                        G#
with the words "I Love you" rolling off my tongue 
C#6                   F#
No never will I roam, for I know my place is home 
C#6                                    G#  C#6
Where the ocean meets the sky, I'll be sailing

ENJOY...
Corrections or Comments to:
Bill SChroeder (TheMrBillShow@gmail.com)

            
            
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