Hit The Road Jack Uke tab by Ray Charles

4 Chords used in the song: Am, Am7, F7, E7

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-------------Intro :

Am Am Am7 Am7 F7 F7 E7 E7 Am Am Am7 Am7 F7 F7 E7 E7

-------------Refrain :

Am Am Am7 Am7 F7 F7 E7 E7
Hit the road, Jack, and don't you come back,
Am Am Am7 Am7 F7 F7 E7 E7
no more, no more, no more, no more

Am Am Am7 Am7 F7 F7 E7 E7
Hit the road, Jack, and don't you come back,
Am Am Am7 Am7 F7 F7 E7 E7
no more. What you say?

Am Am Am7 Am7 F7 F7 E7 E7
Hit the road, Jack, and don't you come back,
Am Am Am7 Am7 F7 F7 E7 E7
no more, no more, no more, no more

Am Am Am7 Am7 F7 F7 E7 E7
Hit the road, Jack, and don't you come back,
Am Am Am7 Am7 F7 F7 E7 E7
no more.

-------------Couplet :

Am Am Am7 Am7 F7 F7 E7 E7
Woah woman, oh woman, don't treat me so mean,
Am Am Am7 Am7 F7 F7 E7 E7
you're the meanest old woman that I've ever seen,

Am Am Am7 Am7 F7 F7 E7 E7
I guess if you said so,
Am Am Am7 Am7 F7 F7 E7 E7
I'd have to pack my things and go. That's right!

-------------Refrain :

Am Am Am7 Am7 F7 F7 E7 E7
Hit the road, Jack, and don't you come back,
Am Am Am7 Am7 F7 F7 E7 E7
no more, no more, no more, no more

Am Am Am7 Am7 F7 F7 E7 E7
Hit the road, Jack, and don't you come back,
Am Am Am7 Am7 F7 F7 E7 E7
no more. What you say?

Am Am Am7 Am7 F7 F7 E7 E7
Hit the road, Jack, and don't you come back,
Am Am Am7 Am7 F7 F7 E7 E7
no more, no more, no more, no more

Am Am Am7 Am7 F7 F7 E7 E7
Hit the road, Jack, and don't you come back,
Am Am Am7 Am7 F7 F7 E7 E7
no more.

 

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dannyman avatar
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nice work!
sounds dead on to me!
17 Jan 2010
About this song

"Hit the Road Jack" is a song written by Percy Mayfield and recorded by Ray Charles, with the Raelets (backing & counterpoint vocals). It hit number one for two weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, beginning on Monday, October 9, 1961. This song is a tribute to Jack Kerouac's novel "On the road"