Unchained Melody Uke tab by The Righteous Brothers

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C#m chordC#m
A---4---|
E---4---|
C---4---|
G---6---|

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A chordA F#m chordF#m D chordD
Oh My love my darling
E chordE A chordA
I hunger for your touch
F#m chordF#m E chordE
Alone Lonely time
A chordA F#m chordF#m D chordD
And time goes by so slowly
E chordE A chordA
And time can do so much
F#m chordF#m E chordE
Are you still mine
A chordA E chordE
I need your love
F#m chordF#m C#m chordC#m
I need your love
D chordD E chordE A chordA A7 chordA7
God speed your love to me
D chordD E chordE D chordD C chordC
Lonely rivers flow to the sea to the sea
D chordD E chordE A chordA
To the open arms of the sea
D chordD E chordE D chordD C chordC
Lonely rivers sigh wait for me wait for me
D chordD E chordE A chordA
I'll be coming home wait for me

A chordA F#m chordF#m D chordD
Oh My love my darling

E chordE A chordA
I hunger hunger for your love
F#m chordF#m E chordE
For love Lonely time
A chordA F#m chordF#m D chordD
And time goes by so slowly
E chordE A chordA
And time can do so much
F#m chordF#m E chordE
Are you still mine
A chordA E chordE
I need your love
F#m chordF#m C#m chordC#m
I need your love
D chordD E chordE A chordA F#m chordF#m D chordD Dm chordDm A chordA
God speed your love to me

 

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About this song

"Unchained Melody" is a 1955 popular song with music by Alex North and lyrics by Hy Zaret. It has become one of the most recorded songs of the 20th century, by some counts having spawned over 500 versions in hundreds of different languages.[1] In 1955, North used the music as a theme for the prison film Unchained, hence the name. Todd Duncan sang the vocals for the film soundtrack.[2] Les Baxter (Capitol Records catalog number 3055), released an instrumental version which reached #2.