Kiss Me Uke tab by Sixpence None The Richer

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Intro: C chordC Cmaj7 chordCmaj7 C7 chordC7 Cmaj7 chordCmaj7

Verso 1:
C chordC Cmaj7 chordCmaj7 C7 chordC7
Kiss me out of the bearded barley
Cmaj7 chordCmaj7 C chordC
Nightly, beside the green, green grass
Cmaj7 chordCmaj7 C7 chordC7
Swing, swing, swing the spinning step
F chordF
You wear those shoes and I will wear that dress

Coro:
Dm chordDm G chordG C chordC Am chordAm Dm chordDm
Oh, kiss me.. beneath the milky twilight
G chordG C chordC C7 chordC7 F chordF
Lead me .... out on the moonlit floor
G chordG C chordC
Lift your open hand
Em chordEm Am chordAm G chordG F chordF
Strike up the band, make the fireflies dance, silver moon's sparkling
G chordG Gsus chordGsus G chordG
.........So kiss me

*repite intro*


Verso 2:
C chordC Cmaj7 chordCmaj7 C7 chordC7
Kiss me down by the broken tree house
Cmaj7 chordCmaj7 C chordC
Swing me upon its hanging tire
Cmaj7 chordCmaj7 C7 chordC7
Bring, bring, bring your flowered hat
F chordF
We'll take the trail marked on your father's map

*repite coro*

 

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The first song I learned from this site. Love it!!
05 Sep 2010
About this song

In 1999, "Kiss Me" was released as a single, propelling Sixpence None the Richer into the national pop spotlight. That year the song was also featured in the film "She's All That" as the newly made-over protagonist, Laney Boggs, is revealed, and again at the end, during the film's credits. In 2001 the film "Not Another Teen Movie" would use the song in a parody of that scene. "Kiss Me" was also played on the WB teen drama "Dawson's Creek" in episodes #2-06 "The Dance" and #2-18 "The Perfect Wedding," and is found on the show's first soundtrack CD, "Songs from Dawson's Creek" (Volume 1).