I Want To Break Free Uke tab by Queen

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No Chord E chordE
I want to break free

I want to break free

I want to break free from your lies
A chordA
You're so self satisfied I don't need you
E chordE
I've got to break free
B chordB A chordA E chordE
God knows God knows I want to break free

NC E chordE
I've fallen in love

I've fallen in love for the first time
A chordA
And this time I know it's for real
E chordE
I've fallen in love yeah
B chordB A chordA E chordE A chordA E chordE A chordA E chordE
God knows God knows I've fallen in love
B chordB A chordA
It's strange but it's true
B chordB A chordA
I can't get over the way you love me like you do
C#m chordC#m
But I have to be sure
F#sus4 chordF#sus4 F# chordF#
When I walk out that door
A chordA B chordB C#m chordC#m B chordB
Oh how I want to be free baby
A chordA B chordB C#m chordC#m B chordB
Oh how I want to be free
A chordA B chordB E chordE
Oh how I want to break free

( Synth Solo ) Chords : E chordE A chordA E chordE B chordB A chordA E chordE B chordB A chordA E chordE
E chordE
But life still goes on

I can't get used to living without living without
A chordA
Living without you by my side
E chordE
I don't want to live alone hey
B chordB A chordA E chordE
God knows got to make it on my own
B chordB
So baby can't you see
A chordA E chordE
I've got to break free

I've got to break free

I want to break free yeah

I want I want I want I want to break free

 

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About this song

"I Want to Break Free" is a song performed by Queen, which was written by bassist John Deacon. According to the I Want To Break Free Songfacts, he wrote it from the male perspective of the women's liberation movement. It featured on their 1984 album The Works. In the UK Chart, it peaked at number 3, and remained in the chart for fifteen consecutive weeks from its release in late April 1984. Most of the song follows the traditional 12 bar blues progression in E Major, a rare thing for a Queen song. The synth solo is played by Fred Mandel