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Southbound Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

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Southbound Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

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"southbound" by MxPx on the life in general album
G
it's all the same
A                             D
the same old with a different name
G
that's fine by me
             A                              D
there's only one place that i wanna be
     chorus
C       D                G
southbound on I-5
       C        D           G
 i'm driving and i'm dreaming'
             C                D       G
 there's no place i'd rather go
C                       D
staring at white lines on the side of the road
G  A  C
G  A  C  D
G  A  C
G  A  C  D

G
been on the road a while
   A                                D
i gotta get back to the place with style
G
hang out, having fun
  A                                D
i gotta get back to the beach in the sun
   chorus
C       D                  G
southbound on I-5
C             D              G
windows down and music on the stereo
        C       D          G
 i'm driving and i'm dreaming'
            C                D        G
there's no place i'd rather go
C                    D
playing every night with the occasional fight
G  A  C
G  A  C  D
G  A  C
G  A  C  D  C#  D  C#
G

(then a solo that i don;t know)

 then you end on D

well i hope it works, it did for me!
and they have almost every song tab by them!
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> >don't know how!
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>
> 	OLGA, the On-Line Guitar Archive, is a natural development of
> is more permanent than usenet and is easily accessible, and attempts to
> prevent repetition of work already done by the community.
>
> 	If you can educate others in how to play a song, type up
> the chords and/or tab and/or playing tip and send it to both the
> newsgroups *AND* the archive, and contribute to the community.
>
> OLGA is particularly looking to develop the weaker areas, such as bass tab,
> acoustic and classical pieces, country, blues and jazz.
>
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> 		to news, i.e.  TAB: 'songname' by 'artistname' (See Step 3)
>
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>
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> Last Update	Oct 97
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