David Mallett – I Knew This Place Ukulele Chords

David Mallett I Knew This Place ukulele chords and strumming pattern are in this post! Start playing this David Mallett song from the "David Mallett" album released in 1978 with your ukulele right now!

Key: F
Chords: [F], [Bb], [C], [Gm]
Strumming: D - DU - UDU (or D - D)
Difficulty: Moderate

I Knew This Place Ukulele Chords

I [F]knew this place, I knew it well, [Bb]every sound and [F]every smell,
And [Bb]every time I [F]walked I fell, for the [Gm]first two years or [C]so.
[F]There across the grassy yard, [Bb]I a young one [F]runnin’ hard.
[Bb]Brown and bruised and [F]battle scarred and [Bb]lost in [C]sweet il[F]lusion.

And [F]from my window I can see the [Bb]fingers of an [F]ancient tree.
[Bb]Reaching out it [F]calls to me to [Gm]climb its surly [C]branches.
But [F]all my climbing days are gone, and [Bb]these tired legs I’m [F]standin’ on
Would [Bb]scarcely dare to [F]leave the spot u[Bb]pon which [C]they are [F]standin’.

And [C]I remember [Bb]every word of [Gm]every voice I [F]ever heard,
[Bb]Every frog and [F]every bird, yes, [Gm]this is where it [C]starts.
A [F]brother’s laugh, the sighing wind, [Bb]this is where my [F]life begins.
[Bb]This is where I [F]learned to use my [Bb]hands and [C]hear my [F]heart.

This [F]house is old, it carries on, like [Bb]verses to an [F]old time song,
[Bb]Always changed but [F]never gone, this [Gm]house can stand the [C]seasons.
Our [F]lives pass on from door to door, [Bb]dust a crossed the [F]wooden floor,
Like [Bb]feather rain and [F]thunder roar, we [Bb]need not [C]know the [F]reason.

And [C]as these thoughts come [Bb]back to me like [Gm]ships across a [F]friendly sea,
Like [Bb]breezes blowing [F]endlessly, like [Gm]rivers running [C]deep.
The [F]day is done. The lights are low, the [Bb]wheels of life are [F]turning slow
And [Bb]as these visions [F]turn and go, I [Bb]lay me [C]down to [F]sleep.

I [F]knew this place, I knew it well, [Bb]every sound and [F]every smell,
And [Bb]every time I [F]walked I fell, for the [Gm]first two years or [C]so.
[F]The day is done. The lights are low, the [Bb]wheels of life are [F]turning slow
And [Bb]as these visions [F]turn and go, I [Bb]lay me [C]down to [F]sleep.



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Artist and Song:David Mallett - I Knew This Place
Album:David Mallett
Year:1978
Chords:[F], [Bb], [C], [Gm]
Strumming:D - DU - UDU
Genre:Folk

About David Mallett - I Knew This Place Ukulele Chords & Strumming Pattern

"I Knew This Place" is a song by Folk artist David Mallett. It was released in 1978 on the album, titled "David Mallett". I Knew This Place is considered under Folk genre.
  • The key of David Mallett - I Knew This Place is F.
  • D - DU - UDU is the suggested strumming pattern for I Knew This Place. If it's not easy for you, you can try only down (D) strumming for playing "I Knew This Place".
  • The chords that we use for playing I Knew This Place on ukulele are: [F], [Bb], [C], [Gm].

What Are The Chords For I Knew This Place On Ukulele?

You will play the [F], [Bb], [C], [Gm] ukulele chords while playing I Knew This Place with your ukulele in the F key, original tone of the song.

How Do You Strum I Knew This Place On Ukulele?

I Knew This Place ukulele strumming pattern is D - DU - UDU. You can also try D (down) if the suggested pattern is hard for you.

Who Sings I Knew This Place?

I Knew This Place is performed by David Mallett. It was first released on the album "David Mallett" in 1978.
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