The Weight Uke tab by The Band

4 Chords used in the song :

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A Ukulele chord C#m Ukulele chord D Ukulele chord E Ukulele chord

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A chordA C#m chordC#m D chordD A chordA
I xxxxxx into xxxxxxxx I xxx feelin' xxxxx half xxxx dead
C#m chordC#m D chordD A chordA
I xxxx need xxxx place xxxxx I xxx lay xx head
C#m chordC#m D chordD A chordA
Hey xxxxxx can xxx tell xx where x man xxxxx find x bed
C#m chordC#m D chordD A chordA
He xxxx grinned xxx shook xx hand xxx No xxx all xx said


Chorus:

A chordA E chordE D chordD A chordA E chordE D chordD
Take x load xxx Fanny xxxx a xxxx for xxxx
A chordA E chordE D chordD A chordA D chordD
Take x load xxx Fanny xxx you xxx the xxxx right xx me

A chordA E chordE D chordD A chordA D chordD


I xxxxxx up xx bag x went xxxxxxx for x place xx hide
When x saw xxxxxx and xxx Devil xxxxxxx side xx side
I xxxx Hey xxxxxx come xx let's xx downtown
She xxxx I xxxxx go xxx my xxxxxx can xxxxx around

(Chorus)

Go xxxx Miss xxxxx there's xxxxxxx you xxx say
It's xxxx ol' xxxx and xxxxxx waitin' xx the xxxxxxxxx Day
Well xxxx my xxxxxx what xxxxx young xxxx Lee
He xxxx Do xx a xxxxx son xxxxx you xxxx and xxxx Anna xxx
company?"

(Chorus)

Crazy xxxxxxx followed xx and xx caught xx in xxx fog
He xxxx I xxxx fix xxxx rack xx you'll xxxx Jack xx dog
I xxxx Wait x minute xxxxxxx you xxxx I'm x peaceful xxx
He xxxx That's xxxx boy xxxxx you xxxx him xxxx you xxx

(Chorus)

Catch x Cannonball xxx to xxxx me xxxx the xxxx
My xxx is xxxxxxx low xxx I xx believe xxxx time
To xxx back xx Miss xxxxx you xxxx she's xxx only xxx
Who xxxx me xxxx with xxx regards xxx everyone

(Chorus)


About this song

"The Weight" is a 1968 song by The Band. The song appears originally on The Band's first album, Music from Big Pink. "The Weight" is one of the group's best known songs and among the most popular songs of the late 1960s counterculture. However, the song was not a significant mainstream hit for The Band in the US, peaking at only #63. The Band's record fared much better in Canada and the UK – in those countries, the single was a top 40 hit, peaking at #35 in Canada and #21 in the UK in 1968.

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