Soul Days Ukulele Chords by Bruce Springsteen ft. Sam Moore

Hey, Ukulelist in this post you will learn to play Soul Days Ukulele Chords by Bruce Springsteen & Sam Moore.

Table of Contents

Song Info

Chords Info

  • Tunning: Standard(G C E A)
  • Chords:  G, C, Em, Am, D, Bm
  • Key: Bb
  • Capo: 3rd fret
Ukulele Chords
 G – 0232
C – 0003
Em- 0402
D – 2220
Am – 2000
Bm – 4222
G I woke up feeling the sunshine Am Drift across my face Am It took me back to emotions Am From another time and place G Those yesterdays Em G Cruising in my Chevrolet D I held my baby in my arms C But my first love was

always those songs

G C I'm talkin' 'bout soul days Talkin' about those
sweet soul days
G I crawled out of bed real slowly Am Threw on some old blue jeans Am I found my favorite T-shirt Am And started rollin'

up my sleeves

G Like James Dean Em G Thinkin' I was still nineteen D I walked outside and looked around C My heart was pumping when

I found

[Chorus] G C It's gonna be a soul day C I laid back sunning G Sweet summer soul days [Bridge]
Think I'll take
my baby for a ride
Em Down to the back road C Out in the country C Where the summer winds blow Bm Over by the river Em There's a barbecue shack C Otis on the jukebox Em You know, I like it like that D Oh yeah [Chorus]
G C Soul days C Dancin' with my baby G Swayin' to the sweet soul days [Interlude]
G C G [Verse]
G And when the sun goes down Am And we're on the road again Am Those white lines

runnin' down the highway

Am Slowly reelin' us in G With the radio on Em G Swinging to the sweet soul songs D And the music's playin'

through the night

C Takin' us back to when

everything was alright

G C Soul days Talkin' about those
sweet summer soul days
C I'm talkin' 'bout soul days G I'm going back to the
sweet summer soul days
G Soul days G Soul days C I wanna hear some Wilson Pickett G And some Joe Tex C I wanna hear some Sam & Dave C Oh, listen here G Hey, Sam, I wanna hear some Aretha G I wanna hear some Ray Charles C And some soulful Sam Cooke now C What about that G I wanna hear some

Arthur Conley

C Well, what about Edwin Starr


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