It's All In The Game Uke tab by Tommy Edwards

8 Chords used in the song: C, Am, F, G, D, G7, D7, Em

Add tab to your SongBook

View these chords for the Baritone

Transpose chords:
Chord diagrams:
Pin chords to top while scrolling
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

C C                  Am Am             F F  G G       C C       F F C C
Many a tear has to fall, but it's all in the game
C C Am Am F F G G C C F F C C
All in the wonderful game, that we know as love
C C Am Am C C D D G G
You had words with him, and your future's looking dim
G7 G7 D D D7 D7 G G G7 G7
But these things your hearts can rise above

C C Am Am F F G G C C F F C C
Once in a while he won't call, but it's all in the game
C C Am Am F F G G C C F F C C
Soon he'll be there at your side, with a sweet bouquet
C C Am Am Em Em Am Am D D
And he'll kiss your lips, and caress your waiting fingertips
C C Am Am F F G G C C F F C C
And your hearts will fly, a way

C C Am Am F F G G C C F F C C
Soon he'll be there at your side, with a sweet bouquet
C C Am Am Em Em Am Am D D
then he'll kiss your lips, and caress your waiting fingertips
C C Am Am F F G G C C F F C C F F C C
And your hearts will fly, a way

 

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

"It's All in the Game" was a 1958 hit for Tommy Edwards. Carl Sigman composed the lyrics in 1951 to a wordless 1911 composition entitled "Melody in A Major," written by Charles Dawes, later Vice President of the United States under Calvin Coolidge. It is the only #1 pop single to have been co-written by a U.S. Vice President or winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. The song has become a pop standard, with cover versions by dozens of artists, some of which have been minor hit singles. Edwards' song ranked at #38 on Billboard's All Time Top 100.[1]