Ain't No Sunshine Uke tab by Bill Withers

5 Chords used in the song :

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Am Ukulele chord Em7 Ukulele chord G Ukulele chord Dm Ukulele chord Am Ukulele chord

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[AmAm][Em7Em7][GG][AmAm]
[AmAm][Em7Em7][GG][AmAm]
Ain't xx xxxxxxxx xxxx xxxxx xx gone
[DmDm]
[AmAm][Em7Em7][GG][AmAm]

[Em7Em7][GG][AmAm]
[Em7Em7][GG][AmAm]
xxxxx xx xxxxxxxx xxxx xxxxx Em chordEm xxxx
[DmDm]
[AmAm][Em7Em7][GG][AmAm]
xx x xxxx x xxxx I know I know I know I xxxx xxx

[Am/CAm/C][Em7Em7]
[DmDm]
[AmAm][Em7Em7][GG][AmAm]
[AmAm][Em7Em7][GG][AmAm]

[AmAm][Em7Em7][GG][AmAm]
Ain't xx xxxxxxxx xxxx xxx x Em chordEm xxxx
[DmDm]
[AmAm][Em7Em7][GG][AmAm]
[Em7Em7][GG][AmAm]
[Em7Em7][GG][AmAm]
[Em7Em7][GG][AmAm]


About this song

Bill Withers told Songfacts that an inspiration for this song was the 1962 movie Days of Wine and Roses . "I was watching a movie called Days Of Wine And Roses (1962) with Lee Remick and Jack Lemmon. They were both alcoholics who were alternately weak and strong. It's like going back for seconds on rat poison. Sometimes you miss things that weren't particularly good for you. It's just something that crossed my mind from watching that movie, and probably something else that happened in my life that I'm not aware of.

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