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Southside Johnny And The Asbury Jukes - All The Way Home Ukulele

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All The Way Home Ukulele

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Southside Johnny And The Asbury Jukes
Hey people, I couldn't find this awesome song anywhere so I tabbed it out myself. 
I think i got it down for the most part but the bridge is a little iffy at best

Any feedback would be spectacular

Here's how it should sound like




Intro
F   F   F   F G 

Verse 1

F  F   F   G
I know what it's like to have failed baby
F  F   F   G
With the whole world lookin' on
F  F   F   G
And I know what it's like to have been so sure
F  F   F   G
And to wake up and find it all gone
F  F   F   G
Now you got no reason to trust me
F  F  F   G
And tonight my confidence is a little rusty




Chorus

F F F G
But its getting late if you don't feel like leavin' alone
F G F
Baby I could walk you all the way home




Verse 2


F  F   F   G
Well now our old fears and failures Baby they do linger oh yes they do
F  F   F   G
Like the shadow of that ring That was on your finger  



Chorus

F F F G
Those days those days those days are dead and gone
F G F
Baby I could walk you all the way home


[Harmonica Break]

                                                       
Bridge

E   G   F   F 
Now there's things no one can rearrange
We both have yesterdays that we can't change

(Harmonica Break)

Verse 3

F  F   F   G
It's closing time bartender's ringing last call
F  F   F   G
These days I don't stand on pride and I've learned how to take a fall
F  F   F   G
Now the time has come And if your first choice, he's gone Well that's alright, 
F G F
baby' Cause I can walk you all the way home
F G F
All the way home
F G F
I'll walk you all the way home
F G F
All the way home
F G F
La la la la la 


[Instrumental/Harmonica Outro]
F   G   F   F   F   F G
            
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