Buffy Sainte-Marie – Now That The Buffalos Gone Ukulele Chords

Buffy Sainte-Marie Now That The Buffalos Gone ukulele chords and strumming pattern are in this post! Start playing this Buffy Sainte-Marie song from the "It's My Way!" album released in 1964 with your ukulele right now!

Key: G
Chords: [G], [D], [F], [Em], [A]
Strumming: D - DU - UDU (or D - D)
Difficulty:

Now That The Buffalos Gone Ukulele Chords

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[G] Can you remember the [D] times
[F] That you have held your head [Em] high
[C] Told all your [D] friends of your [G] Indian claim
[D] Proud good lady and [G] proud good [G] man
Some [C] great great grand-[D]father from [G] Indian blood sprang
And you [D] feel in your [A] heart for these [D] ones

Oh, it’s [G] written in books and in [D] songs
That [F] we’ve been mistreated and [Em] wronged [G]
Well [C] over and [D] over I [G] hear those same words
From [D] you good lady and [G] you good [G] man
Well [C] listen to [D] me if you [G] care where we stand
And you [D] feel you’re a [A] part of these [D] ones

When a [G] war between nations is [D] lost
The [F] loser we know pays the [Em] cost
But [C] even when [D] Germany [G] fell to your hands
Con-[D] sider dear lady, con-[G]sider dear [G] man
You [C] left them their [D] pride and you [G] left them their lands
And [D] what have you [A] done to these [D] ones

Has a [G] change come about Uncle [D] Sam
Or [F] are you still taking our [Em] lands
A [C] treaty for-[D]ever George [G] Washington signed
He [D] did dear lady, they [G] do dear [G] man
And the [C] treaties being [D] broken by [G] Kinzua Dam
And [D] what will you [A] do for these [D] ones

Oh, it’s [G] all in the past you can [D] say
But it’s [F] still going on here to-[Em]day
The [C] governments [D] now want the [G] Iriqois land
[D] That of the Se-[G]neca and the Chey-[G]enne
It’s [C] here and it’s [D] now you can [G] help us dear man
[D] Now that the buffalo’s [G] gone.



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Artist and Song:Buffy Sainte-Marie - Now That The Buffalos Gone
Album:It's My Way!
Year:1964
Chords:[G], [D], [F], [Em], [A]
Strumming:D - DU - UDU
Genre:Folk

About Buffy Sainte-Marie - Now That The Buffalos Gone Ukulele Chords & Strumming Pattern

"Now That The Buffalos Gone" is a song by Folk artist Buffy Sainte-Marie. It was released in 1964 on the album, titled "It's My Way!". Now That The Buffalos Gone is considered under Folk genre.
  • The key of Buffy Sainte-Marie - Now That The Buffalos Gone is G.
  • D - DU - UDU is the suggested strumming pattern for Now That The Buffalos Gone. If it's not easy for you, you can try only down (D) strumming for playing "Now That The Buffalos Gone".
  • The chords that we use for playing Now That The Buffalos Gone on ukulele are: [G], [D], [F], [Em], [A].

What Are The Chords For Now That The Buffalos Gone On Ukulele?

You will play the [G], [D], [F], [Em], [A] ukulele chords while playing Now That The Buffalos Gone with your ukulele in the G key, original tone of the song.

How Do You Strum Now That The Buffalos Gone On Ukulele?

Now That The Buffalos Gone ukulele strumming pattern is D - DU - UDU. You can also try D (down) if the suggested pattern is hard for you.

Who Sings Now That The Buffalos Gone?

Now That The Buffalos Gone is performed by Buffy Sainte-Marie. It was first released on the album "It's My Way!" in 1964.
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