Suspicious Minds Uke tab by Elvis Presley

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C chordC G chordG C chordC
We're caught in a trap
F chordF C chordC F chordF D chordD
I can’t walk out
C chordC G chordG C chordC G chordG C chordC G chordG
Because I love you too much baby

C chordC G chordG C chordC
Why can’t you see
F chordF C chordC F chordF D chordD
What you’re doing to me
C chordC D chordD C chordC Bm chordBm D chordD
When you don’t believe a word I say

C chordC G chordG Bm chordBm
We can’t go on together
C chordC D chordD Em chordEm
With suspicious minds
Bm chordBm C chordC
And we can’t build our dreams
D chordD
On suspicious minds

Em chordEm Bm chordBm C chordC
Oh let our love survive
D chordD
I'll dry the tears from your eyes
Em chordEm Bm chordBm C chordC
Let’s don’t let a good thing die

D chordD
When honey you know
G chordG
I’ve never lied to you
C chordC G chordG D chordD
Mmm yeah yeah

 

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About this song

"Suspicious Minds" was written in 1968 by Mark James (aka Francis Zambon). Performed by Elvis Presley beginning in 1969, "Suspicious Minds" is widely regarded as the single that jump-started Presley's career after his successful 1968 Comeback Special. It was Elvis's eighteenth and last number-one single in the United States. Rolling Stone later ranked it #91 on their list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.

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