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Hush Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

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Hush Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

Bon Jovi
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** This is a nice, underrated, song by Jon Bon Jovi. The main figure goes D G, but 
an A strummed quickly during each change. This applies to the intro, verse and chorus. The A 
the pre-chorus lasts as long as the other chords; you can't avoid it. **

** It should be easy to play. Enjoy. **

          D      A  G
She says, "baby"
          A                 D A G A
I love it when she calls me baby
                D                             G
She says, "It's 4 am, why don't you grab your shoes
        A             D
Come on over and then maybe..."

She drives me crazy
You know she knows she drives me crazy
Well she says,"let's pretend there's beer, champagne
We'll beat out the pouring rain
And I'll let ya
Drive me crazy"

     Bm        A          G
Well she don't talk about love
Bm       A          G
We don't talk about us
        Bm             A
What we don't say with words,
G
We say when we touch.

D    A  G
Hush
               A
Come wrap your arms around me
D    A  G
Hush
                    A
[ We don't have to talk tonight so ]
D    A  G
Hush
                 A
What we've got’s more than a crush
   Bm        A         G
We write the book each time we touch
D    A  G  A
Hush

I said nothing
Sometimes so little said is something
There’s ten things I could have said that fit
But we don’t waste time on that sh*t
Somehow we rise above it

She don't talk about love
We don't talk too much
What we don't say with words we say when we touch

Chorus [ I don't want to talk tonight now ]

We don't gotta talk about junk
We don't gotta talk about us
We don’t want to give away too much

** I would suggest singing the chorus softly, not loud like in the original. It's better 
wooing the ladies. ;) **
            
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