Summertime Blues Uke tab by Eddie Cochran

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

E chordE
Well xxx gonna xxxxx a xxxx I'm xxxxx raise x holler

E chordE A chordA, B7 chordB7 E chordE

E chordE
About x working xxx summer xxxx to xxx to xxxx a xxxxxx

E chordE A chordA, B7 chordB7 E chordE

A chordA
Every xxxx I xxxxxx my xxxx try xx get x date
E chordE
My xxxx says xx dice xxx you xxxxx work xxxx
A chordA
Sometimes x wonder xxxx I'm x gonna xx
E chordE
But xxxxx ain't xx cure xxx the xxxxxxxxxx blues


E chordE
Oh xxxx my xxx and xxxxx told xx son xxx gotta xxxx some xxxxx

E chordE A chordA, B7 chordB7 E chordE

E chordE
If xxx want xx use xxx car xx go xxxxxx next xxxxxx

E chordE A chordA, B7 chordB7 E chordE

A chordA
Well x didn't xx to xxxx told xxx boss x was xxxx
E chordE
Well xxx can't xxx the xxx cause xxx didn't xxxx a xxxx
A chordA
Sometimes x wonder xxxx I'm x gonna xx
E chordE
But xxxxx ain't xx cure xxx the xxxxxxxxxx blues

E chordE A chordA, B7 chordB7 E chordE

E chordE
I'm xxxxx take xxx weeks xxxxx have x fine xxxxxxxx

E chordE A chordA, B7 chordB7 E chordE

E chordE
I'm xxxxx take xx problem xx the xxxxxx Nations

E chordE A chordA, B7 chordB7 E chordE

A chordA
Well x called xx congressman xxx he xxxx whoa
E chordE
I'd xxxx to xxxx you xxx but xxxxxx too xxxxx to xxxx
A chordA
Sometimes x wonder xxxx I'm x gonna xx
E chordE
But xxxxx ain't xx cure xxx the xxxxxxxxxx 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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