Frank, Ab Uke tab by The Rural Alberta Advantage

5 Chords used in the song :

Add tab to your SongBook

View these chords for the Baritone

Transpose chords:
Tablature / ChordsFont size: A- A A+

Don't know how to read a tab or a chord ? Check out these uke lessons:

Detailed guide to strumming and picking
How to read uke tabs
Reading chord diagrams


Verse:
Em chordEm G chordG Bm chordBm
My Love I will hold on to your touch
A chordA
til there's nothing left of us
Em chordEm G chordG Bm chordBm Bm chordBm
sa ve you from this life
Em chordEm G chordG Bm chordBm
And the co ld wake in the rockies touch
A chordA
Won't take away our love
Em chordEm G chordG Bm chordBm Bm chordBm
sa ve you from this life


Chorus: (this part here keeps each chord double time)
Em chordEm Bm chordBm D chordD A chordA ]
Ouh ouh ouh x

Break just like verse
Em chordEm G chordG Bm chordBm A chordA
Em chordEm G chordG Bm chordBm

Verse:
Em chordEm G chordG Bm chordBm
and I'll ho ld I'll hold on to your touch
A chordA
til there's nothing left of us
Em chordEm G chordG Bm chordBm Bm chordBm
sa ve you from this life

Verse:
Em chordEm G chordG Bm chordBm
And I'll ho ld I'll hold on to your touch
A chordA
til they find the bones of us
Em chordEm G chordG Bm chordBm Bm chordBm
sa ve you from this life

Chorus:
Em chordEm Bm chordBm D chordD A chordA ]
Ouh ouh ouh x

Outro just like chorus but no drums
Em chordEm Bm chordBm D chordD
And under the rubble of the mountain that tumbled
A chordA
I'll hold you forever I'll hold you forever
Em chordEm Bm chordBm D chordD
And under the rubble of the mountain that tumbled
A chordA
I'll hold you forever I'll hold you forever

Em chordEm Bm chordBm D chordD
And they'll build up another on the bodies of our brothers
A chordA Em chordEm - Bm chordBm - D chordD - A chordA
And I'll love you forever

 

Tab comments (0)
No comment yet :(
Need help, a tip to share, or simply want to talk about this song? Start the discussion!

You must be logged in to join the discussion
or Register

 

About this song

Frank, Alberta is a coal mining town in the Crowsnest Pass, Alberta. On April 29, 1903, at 4:10 a.m., 74 million tonnes (30 million cubic metres) of limestone crashed from the east face of Turtle Mountain and covered approximately three square kilometres of the valley floor. The slab of rock that broke free was approximately 650 m high, 900 m wide and 150 m thick. The slide dammed the Crowsnest River and formed a small lake, covered 2km of the Canadian Pacific Railway Read more on Last.fm.