Virginia Minstrels – Jimmy Crack Corn (Blue Tail Fly) Ukulele Chords

Virginia Minstrels Jimmy Crack Corn ukulele chords and strumming pattern are in this post! Start playing this Virginia Minstrels song from the "Single" album released in 1850 with your ukulele right now!

Key: A
Chords: [A], [E7], [A7], [D]
Strumming: D - DU - UDU (or D - D)
Difficulty:

Jimmy Crack Corn Ukulele Chords

[A] Jimmy crack corn, and [E7] I don’t care, Jimmy crack corn, and [A] I don’t care
[A7] Jimmy crack corn, and [D] I don’t care, My [E7] master’s gone a-[A]way

[A] When I was young I [D] used to wait
On my [A] master and [E7] bring him his plate
[A7] Pass him the bottle when [D] he got dry
And [E7] brush away the [A] blue-tail fly
[A] Jimmy crack corn, and [E7] I don’t care, Jimmy crack corn, and [A] I don’t care
[A7] Jimmy crack corn, and [D] I don’t care, My [E7] master’s gone a-[A]way

[A] One day he ride a-[D]round the farm
Flies so [A] numerous that [E7] they did swarm
[A7] One chanced to bite him [D] on the thigh
The [E7] devil take the [A] blue-tail fly
[A] Jimmy crack corn, and [E7] I don’t care, Jimmy crack corn, and [A] I don’t care
[A7] Jimmy crack corn, and [D] I don’t care, My [E7] master’s gone a-[A]way

[A] When he would ride in the [D] afternoon
I’d [A] follow him with my [E7] hickory broom
The [A7] pony behan to [D] run and shy
When [E7] bitten by the [A] blue-tail fly
[A] Jimmy crack corn, and [E7] I don’t care, Jimmy crack corn, and [A] I don’t care
[A7] Jimmy crack corn, and [D] I don’t care, My [E7] master’s gone a-[A]way

[A] The pony run, he jump, [D] he pitch
He [A] threw my master [E7] in the ditch
He [A7] died and the jury [D] wondered why
The [E7] verdict was the [D] blue-tail fly
[A] Jimmy crack corn, and [E7] I don’t care, Jimmy crack corn, and [A] I don’t care
[A7] Jimmy crack corn, and [D] I don’t care, My [E7] master’s gone a-[A]way

[A] They laid him under the [D] ‘simmon tree
His epi-[A]taph is [E7] there to see
[A7] “Beneath this stone [D] I’m forced to lie
A [E7] victim of a [A] blue-tail fly”
[A] Jimmy crack corn, and [E7] I don’t care, Jimmy crack corn, and [A] I don’t care
[A7] Jimmy crack corn, and [D] I don’t care, My [E7] master’s gone a-[A]way



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Artist and Song:Virginia Minstrels - Jimmy Crack Corn
Album:Single
Year:1850
Chords:[A], [E7], [A7], [D]
Strumming:D - DU - UDU
Genre:Folk, Children, Minstrel

About Virginia Minstrels - Jimmy Crack Corn Ukulele Chords & Strumming Pattern

"Jimmy Crack Corn" is a song by Folk, Children, Minstrel artist Virginia Minstrels. It was released in 1850 on the album, titled "Single". Jimmy Crack Corn is considered under Folk, Children, Minstrel genre.
  • The key of Virginia Minstrels - Jimmy Crack Corn is A.
  • D - DU - UDU is the suggested strumming pattern for Jimmy Crack Corn. If it's not easy for you, you can try only down (D) strumming for playing "Jimmy Crack Corn".
  • The chords that we use for playing Jimmy Crack Corn on ukulele are: [A], [E7], [A7], [D].

What Are The Chords For Jimmy Crack Corn On Ukulele?

You will play the [A], [E7], [A7], [D] ukulele chords while playing Jimmy Crack Corn with your ukulele in the A key, original tone of the song.

How Do You Strum Jimmy Crack Corn On Ukulele?

Jimmy Crack Corn ukulele strumming pattern is D - DU - UDU. You can also try D (down) if the suggested pattern is hard for you.

Who Sings Jimmy Crack Corn?

Jimmy Crack Corn is performed by Virginia Minstrels. It was first released on the album "Single" in 1850.
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