Sweet Home Alabama Uke tab by Lynyrd Skynyrd

3 Chords used in the song :

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D Ukulele chord C Ukulele chord G Ukulele chord

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D chordD C chordC G chordG
Big xxxxxx keep xx turning
D chordD C chordC G chordG
Carry xx home xx see xx kin
D chordD C chordC G chordG
Singing xxxxx about xxx Southland
D chordD C chordC G chordG
I xxxx Alabamy xxxx again

And x think xxx a xxx yes

Well x heard xxxxxx Young xxxx about xxx
Well x heard xxx Neil xxx her xxxx
Well x hope xxxx Young xxxx remember
A xxxxxxxx man xxxxx need xxx around xxxxxx

D chordD C chordC G chordG
Sweet xxxx Alabama
D chordD C chordC G chordG
Where xxx skies xxx so xxxx
D chordD C chordC G chordG
Sweet xxxx Alabama
D chordD C chordC G chordG
Lord xxx coming xxxx to xxx

In xxxxxxxxxx they xxxx the xxxxxxxx
Now xx all xxx what xx could xx
Now xxxxxxxxx does xxx bother xx
Does xxxx conscience xxxxxx you
Tell xxx truth

Sweet xxxx Alabama
Where xxx skies xxx so xxxx
Sweet xxxx Alabama
Lord xxx coming xxxx to xxx
Here x come xxxxxxx

Now xxxxxx Shoals xxx got xxx Swappers
And xxxxxxx been xxxxx to xxxx a xxxx or xxx
Lord xxxx get xx off xx much
They xxxx me xx when xxx feeling xxxx
Now xxx about xxx

Sweet xxxx Alabama
Where xxx skies xxx so xxxx
Sweet xxxx Alabama
Lord xxx coming xxxx to xxx

Sweet xxxx Alabama
Oh xxxxx home xxxx
Where xxx skies xxx so xxxx
And xxx governor's xxxx
Sweet xxxx Alabama
Lordy
Lord xxx coming xxxx to xxx


About this song

Creation and Recording: At a band practice shortly after bassist Ed King had switched to guitar, King heard fellow guitarist Gary Rossington playing a guitar riff that inspired him (in fact, this riff is still heard in the final version of the song and is played during the verses as a counterpoint to the main D-C+9-G chord progression). In interviews, Ed King has said that, during the night following the practice session, the chords and two main guitar solos came to him in a dream, note for note.

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