Put Your Records On Uke tab by Corinne Bailey Rae

13 Chords used in the song :

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A Ukulele chord F#m7 Ukulele chord E6 Ukulele chord Dmaj7 Ukulele chord E9 Ukulele chord Bm7 Ukulele chord B7 Ukulele chord C#7 Ukulele chord Fm7 Ukulele chord F# Ukulele chord E Ukulele chord Dm7 Ukulele chord

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Intro: E9 chordE9

Chords: A chordA Fm7 chordFm7
Bassline: A chordA F# chordF#
Three little birds, sat on my window.

E6 chordE6/7 E9 chordE9 A chordA
E chordE A chordA
And they told me I don't need to worry.

Chords: A chordA F#m7 chordF#m7
Summer came like cinnamon

F#m7 chordF#m7
So sweet,

E6 chordE6/7 E9 chordE9 A chordA
Little girls double-dutch on the concrete.


F#m7 chordF#m7C#7 chordC#7 F#m7 chordF#m7 B7 chordB7
Maybe sometimes, we got it wrong, but it's alright
Dmaj7 chordDmaj7 Dm7 chordDm7
The more things seem to change, the more they stay the same
Dm7 chordDm7
Oh, don't you hesitate.


Go, put your records on, tell me your favourite song
You go ahead, let your hair down
Sapphire and faded jeans, I hope you get your dreams,
Just go ahead, let your hair down.

Dmaj7 chordDmaj7 Dm7 chordDm7 A chordA
You're gonna find yourself somewhere, somehow.

Blue as the sky, sombre and lonely,
Sipping tea in the bar by the road side,
(just relax, just relax)
Don't you let those other boys fool you,
Gotta love that afro hairdo.



F#m7 chordF#m7C#7 chordC#7 F#m7 chordF#m7 B7 chordB7
Maybe sometimes, we feel afraid, but it's alright
Dmaj7 chordDmaj7 Dm7 chordDm7
The more you stay the same, the more they seem to change.

Dm7 chordDm7
Don't you think it's strange?

Girl put your records on, tell me your favourite song
You go ahead, let your hair down
Sapphire and faded jeans, I hope you get your dreams,
Just go ahead, let your hair down.

You're gonna find yourself somewhere, somehow.


Bm7 chordBm7
Just more than I could take, pity for pity's sake
F#m7 chordF#m7
Some nights kept me awake, I thought that I was stronger
Bm7 chordBm7 Dmaj7 chordDmaj7(1) Bm7 chordBm7 (1) Bm7 chordBm7
When you gonna realise, that you don't even have to try any longer.
Bm7 chordBm7
Do what you want to.

2x
Girl put your records on, tell me your favourite song
You go ahead, let your hair down
Sapphire and faded jeans, I hope you get your dreams,
Just go ahead, let your hair down.

Oh, You're gonna find yourself somewhere, somehow.


About this song

"Put Your Records On" is the second single from English soul singer Corinne Bailey Rae's debut album Corinne Bailey Rae, released in February and early March 2006 throughout Europe. In North America, it was the first single. This track received two nominations at the 49th Annual Grammy Awards for Record of the Year and Song of the Year, losing both to Dixie Chicks's "Not Ready To Make Nice". The song was co-written by Rae, John Beck, and Steve Chrisanthou, and produced by Chrisanthou. It crashed into the UK charts at number two and was only kept off the top spot by Madonna's "Sorry.

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