Bill Withers – Grandma’s Hands Ukulele Chords

In this post, you will find Bill Withers Grandma's Hands ukulele chords and strumming pattern. Get ready and start playing Grandma's Hands on your ukulele.

Mmm-mm-mm, mmm-mm-mm.

Grandma’s hands, clapped in church on Sunday morning,
Grandma’s hands, played a tambourine so well.
Grandma’s hands, used to issue out a warning, she’d say;
”Billy don’t you run so fast;
might fall on a piece of glass,
”Might be snakes there in that grass”,
Grandma’s hands.

Grandma’s hands, soothed a local unwed mother,
Grandma’s hands, used to ache sometimes and swell.
Grandma’s hands, used to lift her face and tell her;
”Baby, Grandma understands,
that you really love that man,
Put yourself in Jesus’ hands”,
Grandma’s hands.

Grandma’s hands, used to hand me piece of candy,
Grandma’s hands, picked me up each time I fell.
Grandma’s hands, boy, they really came in handy, she’d say;
”Matty don’t you whip that boy,
what you want to spank him for?
He didn’t drop no apple core”,
but I don’t have Grandma any more.
If I get to Heaven, I’ll look for, Grandma’s hands.

Mmm-mm-mm

Soul
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Artist and Song:Bill Withers - Grandma's Hands
Album:Just as I Am
Year:1971
Chords:[Em], [B7], [A7]
Strumming:D - DU - UDU
Genre:Soul

About Bill Withers - Grandma's Hands Ukulele Chords & Strumming Pattern

"Grandma's Hands" is a song by Soul artist Bill Withers. It was released in 1971 on the album, titled "Just as I Am". Grandma's Hands is considered under Soul genre.
  • The original key of Grandma's Hands is Em.
  • D - DU - UDU is the suggested strumming pattern for this Bill Withers song.
  • [Em], [B7], [A7] are the ukulele chords for playing Grandma's Hands with the original key (Em) on ukulele.
  • Click here to start playing Grandma's Hands on your ukulele now.

What Are The Chords For Grandma's Hands On Ukulele?

You will play the [Em], [B7], [A7] ukulele chords while playing Grandma's Hands with your ukulele in the Em key, original tone of the song.

How Do You Strum Grandma's Hands On Ukulele?

Grandma's Hands ukulele strumming pattern is D - DU - UDU. You can also try D (down) if the suggested pattern is hard for you.

Who Sings Grandma's Hands?

Grandma's Hands is performed by Bill Withers. It was first released on the album "Just as I Am" in 1971.

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