Jump Uke tab by Van Halen

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Intro: C chordC F chordF G chordG

C chordC F chordF G chordG
I get up and nothing gets me down
C chordC F chordF G chordG
You got it tough Ive seen the toughest around
C chordC F chordF G chordG
And I know baby just how you feel
C chordC F chordF G chordG
Youve got to roll with the punches to get to whats real

Am chordAm G chordG
Oh cant you see me standing here
Am chordAm G chordG Em chordEm
Ive got my back against the record machine
D chordD
I aint the worst that youve seen
G chordG
Oh cant you see what I mean

C chordC
Might as well jump jump
F chordF G chordG
Might as well jump
C chordC
Go ahead jump jump
F chordF G chordG
Go ahead jump
C chordC
Aaa-ohh hey you how said that
F chordF G chordG
Baby how you been
C chordC
You say you dont know you wont know
F chordF G chordG
Until we begin

Am chordAm G chordG
Well cant you see me standing here
Am chordAm G chordG E chordE
Ive got my back against the record machine
D chordD
I aint the worst that youve seen
G chordG
Oh cant you see what I mean

C chordC
Might as well jump jump
F chordF G chordG
Might as well jump
C chordC
Go ahead jump jump
F chordF G chordG
Go ahead jump


C chordC
Might as well jump jump
F chordF G chordG
Might as well jump
C chordC
Go ahead jump jump
F chordF G chordG
Go ahead jump

 

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About this song

"Jump!" is a song recorded by the rock group Van Halen. It is the only single the group released in their career to reach #1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. It was released in 1984 as the second track on the album 1984. The song breaks the mold of earlier Van Halen songs, mainly in its rolling synth line (played on an Oberheim OB-X), although the song contains the standard Eddie Van Halen guitar solo, which Eddie claims as his favorite solo he ever wrote.