Summertime Blues Uke tab by Eddie Cochran

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Main Riff: E chordE A chordA, B7 chordB7 E chordE

E chordE
Well I'm gonna raise a fuss I'm gonna raise a holler

E chordE A chordA, B7 chordB7 E chordE

E chordE
About a working all summer just to try to earn a dollar

E chordE A chordA, B7 chordB7 E chordE

A chordA
Every time I called my baby try to get a date
E chordE
My boss says no dice son you gotta work late
A chordA
Sometimes I wonder what I'm a gonna do
E chordE
But there ain't no cure for the summertime blues


E chordE
Oh well my Mom and Poppa told me son you gotta make some money

E chordE A chordA, B7 chordB7 E chordE

E chordE
If you want to use the car to go ridin' next Sunday

E chordE A chordA, B7 chordB7 E chordE

A chordA
Well I didn't go to work told the boss I was sick
E chordE
Well you can't use the car cause you didn't work a lick
A chordA
Sometimes I wonder what I'm a gonna do
E chordE
But there ain't no cure for the summertime blues

E chordE A chordA, B7 chordB7 E chordE

E chordE
I'm gonna take two weeks gonna have a fine vacation

E chordE A chordA, B7 chordB7 E chordE

E chordE
I'm gonna take my problem to the United Nations

E chordE A chordA, B7 chordB7 E chordE

A chordA
Well I called my congressman and he said whoa
E chordE
I'd like to help you son but you're too young to vote
A chordA
Sometimes I wonder what I'm a gonna do
E chordE
But there ain't no cure for the summertime blues

E chordE A chordA, B7 chordB7 E chordE

 

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About this song

"Summertime Blues" was recorded in 1958 by Eddie Cochran. It was written by Eddie Cochran and his manager Jerry Capehart. Originally a single B-side, it peaked at #8 on the US Billboard Hot 100 on September 29, 1958 and #18 on the UK Singles Chart.

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