Ring Of Fire Uke tab by Johnny Cash

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Intro:
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G chordG D chordD G chordG

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Love is a burnin' thing

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And it makes a firey ring

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Bound by wild desire

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I fell into a ring of fire


Chorus:
D chordD G chordG G chordG
I fell into a burnin' ring of fire

G chordG D chordD C chordC G chordG
I went down down down and the flames rose higher

G chordG
And it burns burns burns

G chordG D chordD G chordG D chordD G chordG
The ring of fire the ring of fire


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The taste of love is sweet

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When hearts like ours meet

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I fell for you like a child

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Oh but the fire went wild


Chorus:
D chordD G chordG G chordG
I fell into a burnin' ring of fire

G chordG D chordD C chordC G chordG
I went down down down and the flames rose higher

G chordG
And it burns burns burns

G chordG D chordD G chordG D chordD G chordG
The ring of fire the ring of fire

D chordD G chordG G chordG
I fell into a burnin' ring of fire

G chordG D chordD C chordC G chordG
I went down down down and the flames rose higher

G chordG
And it burns burns burns

G chordG D chordD G chordG D chordD G chordG
The ring of fire the ring of fire

 

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About this song

"Ring of Fire" is a country music song popularized by Johnny Cash and co-written by June Carter (wife of Johnny Cash) and Merle Kilgore. The song was recorded on March 25, 1963 and became the biggest hit of Cash's career, staying at number one on the US charts for seven weeks. Although the phrase "Ring of Fire" sounds somewhat ominous, the term refers to falling in love - which is what June Carter was experiencing with Johnny Cash at the time. Some sources claim that June had seen the phrase, "Love is like a burning ring of fire," underlined in one of her uncle A.

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