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Somebody Elses Child ukulele

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
Done another one of the same song with just the chords to make it easier to understand.

Basically for piano but can be used in pretty much any instrument.

E, A

Verse 1

E         A
  I'm alright,
E         A
  Why'd you ask?
E         A
  I'm uptight, I guess.
E         A
  Let it pass.
B           C#           B           A    A
I've never had much in common with you. Ohhhh

E, E/C#

A    B           B/G#
   You brought me up,
C#          A
   Gentle and mild.
But I'm somebody else's,
Somebody else's child.

E, A/F#   x2

E          A
  Full head of hair,
E          A
  Bright blue eyes.
E          A
  I get my nose, I'm told,
       E             A
From my Mother's side.
B           C#           B           A    A
   She took a lover that she barely knew. Ohhh

E, E/C#

A            B   B/G#
  I let you down,
C#              A
   Wayward and wild.
But I'm somebody else's,
                      E      A    A/F#
Somebody else's child.            

E, A/F#    x3

B, C#, B, A
B, C#, B, A, Am

E, A/F#    x4  (Fade)

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chloe21 96 Feb 21, 2017 10:33 PM, edited on February 22 2017, 03:36 am

I think the C# is actually a C#m, and the A on the Oooh should be an Am

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