Sweet Home Alabama Uke tab by Lynyrd Skynyrd

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D chordD C chordC G chordG
Big wheels keep on turning
D chordD C chordC G chordG
Carry me home to see my kin
D chordD C chordC G chordG
Singing songs about the Southland
D chordD C chordC G chordG
I miss Alabamy once again

And I think its a sin yes

Well I heard mister Young sing about her
Well I heard ole Neil put her down
Well I hope Neil Young will remember
A chordA Southern man don't need him around anyhow

D chordD C chordC G chordG
Sweet home Alabama
D chordD C chordC G chordG
Where the skies are so blue
D chordD C chordC G chordG
Sweet Home Alabama
D chordD C chordC G chordG
Lord I'm coming home to you

In Birmingham they love the governor
Now we all did what we could do
Now Watergate does not bother me
Does your conscience bother you
Tell the truth

Sweet home Alabama
Where the skies are so blue
Sweet Home Alabama
Lord I'm coming home to you
Here I come Alabama

Now Muscle Shoals has got the Swappers
And they've been known to pick a song or two
Lord they get me off so much
They pick me up when I'm feeling blue
Now how about you

Sweet home Alabama
Where the skies are so blue
Sweet Home Alabama
Lord I'm coming home to you

Sweet home Alabama
Oh sweet home baby
Where the skies are so blue
And the governor's true
Sweet Home Alabama
Lordy
Lord I'm coming home to you

 

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oliver flag for GB(ISO2) (YORK)
hi there ...love the chords mate thanks but i'm totally lost on a strum pattern for this ...can you help us out ???
14 Dec 2010
About this song

Creation and Recording: At a band practice shortly after bassist Ed King had switched to guitar, King heard fellow guitarist Gary Rossington playing a guitar riff that inspired him (in fact, this riff is still heard in the final version of the song and is played during the verses as a counterpoint to the main D-C+9-G chord progression). In interviews, Ed King has said that, during the night following the practice session, the chords and two main guitar solos came to him in a dream, note for note.

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