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Radiohead, Reckoner Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

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Reckoner Ukulele Chords (ver.1)

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                Hey guys and girls.

First and foremost:
I merely arranged it accordingly.
Just thought I'd contribute a little to the community.

The chords are definitely 100% CORRECT, according to the acoustic version.

CHORDS.

C      x35050
E      x79080
E2     x9x0100
D      x57070
D2     x57080
A      57x600
G#m    466400
G      355400
Am     x07500
C2     81010900
E3     11x91100
B      x24442 or 799877
E4     077700
E5     075700
B2     7x7700
B3     7x5700
C3     877700
C4     879700

In between the D's in the verses just throw in the D2 here and there.

Sorry, too lazy to find out their real names.
Not like it really matters anyway.



Intro:

C  E  D

C  E2 E

C  E  D D2 D

C  E2 E  C

Verse:

E    D    C  E  C
Reckoner

E           D            C  E2  E  C
You can't take it with you

E         D           C  E2  E  C
Dancing for your pleasure

E     D     A      C

E           D            C  E2  E  C
You are not to blame for

E           D            C  E2  E  C
Bittersweet distractor

E           D            C  E2  E  C
Dare not speak its name

E           D            C  E2  E  
Dedicated to all you

C       E       D       A       G#m     G
all human beings

Am      C2      E3
Because we separate like

         C2     Am      B
ripples on a blank shore

G#m     G
(in rainbows)

Am       C2        E3
Because we separate like

           C2      Am        B
ripples on a blank shore

C       E       D
Reckoner

C       E2 E    C

E       D      C       E2 E     C
Take me with you


E       D      C       E
Dedicated to all you

C       E      D        A
all human beings


E4 E5 B2 B3 C3 C4 x4


End with E5 022xxx
            
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