Elvis Presley – Return to Sender Ukulele Chords

Elvis Presley Return to Sender ukulele chords and strumming pattern are in this post! Start playing this Elvis Presley song from the "Girls! Girls! Girls!" album released in 1962 with your ukulele right now!

Key: C
Chords: [C], [Am], [Dm], [G7], [F]
Strumming: DU - DU - DU - DU (or D - D)
Difficulty: Moderate

Return to Sender Ukulele Chords

[C]I gave a letter to the [Am]postman,
[Dm]he put in his [G7]sack.
[C]Bright and early next [Am]morning,
he [Dm]brought my [G7]letter [C]back.

She wrote upon it:
[F]Return to [G7]sender, [F]address un[G7]known,
[F]no such [G7]number, [C]no such [C7]zone.
[F]We had a [G7]quarrel, [F]a lovers [G7]spat.
[D7]I write I’m sorry but my letter keeps coming [G7]back.

[C]So then I dropped it in the [Am]mailbox,
[Dm]and sent it Special [G7]D.
[C]Bright and early next [Am]morning,
it [Dm]came right [G7]back to [C]me

She wrote upon it:
[F]Return to [G7]sender, [F]address un[G7]known,
[F]no such [G7]number, [C]no such [C7]zone.
[F]This time I’m gonna take it myself and put it right in her [C]hand.
And [D7]if it comes back the very next day,

[G7]Then I’ll understand the writing on it.
[F]Return to [G7]sender, [F]address un[G7]known,
[F]no such [G7]number, [C]no such zone.

[C]I gave a letter to the [Am]postman,
[Dm]he put in his [G7]sack.
[C]Bright and early next [Am]morning,
he [Dm]brought my [G7]letter [C]back.

She wrote upon it:
[F]Return to [G7]sender, [F]address un[G7]known,
[F]no such [G7]number, [C]no such [C7]zone.
[F]We had a [G7]quarrel, [F]a lovers [G7]spat.
[D7]I write I’m sorry but my letter keeps coming [G7]back.

[C]So then I dropped it in the [Am]mailbox,
[Dm]and sent it Special [G7]D.
[C]Bright and early next [Am]morning,
it [Dm]came right [G7]back to [C]me

She wrote upon it:
[F]Return to [G7]sender, [F]address un[G7]known,
[F]no such [G7]number, [C]no such [C7]zone.
[F]This time I’m gonna take it myself and put it right in her [C]hand.
And [D7]if it comes back the very next day,

[G7]Then I’ll understand the writing on it.
[F]Return to [G7]sender, [F]address un[G7]known,
[F]no such [G7]number, [C]no such zone.



What's Next?

Artist and Song:Elvis Presley - Return to Sender
Album:Girls! Girls! Girls!
Year:1962
Chords:[C], [Am], [Dm], [G7], [F]
Strumming:DU - DU - DU - DU
Genre:Pop, Rock, Rock and roll

About Elvis Presley - Return to Sender Ukulele Chords & Strumming Pattern

"Return to Sender" is a song by Pop, Rock, Rock and roll artist Elvis Presley. It was released in 1962 on the album, titled "Girls! Girls! Girls!". Return to Sender is considered under Pop, Rock, Rock and roll genre.
  • The key of Elvis Presley - Return to Sender is C.
  • DU - DU - DU - DU is the suggested strumming pattern for Return to Sender. If it's not easy for you, you can try only down (D) strumming for playing "Return to Sender".
  • The chords that we use for playing Return to Sender on ukulele are: [C], [Am], [Dm], [G7], [F].

What Are The Chords For Return to Sender On Ukulele?

You will play the [C], [Am], [Dm], [G7], [F] ukulele chords while playing Return to Sender with your ukulele in the C key, original tone of the song.

How Do You Strum Return to Sender On Ukulele?

Return to Sender ukulele strumming pattern is DU - DU - DU - DU. You can also try D (down) if the suggested pattern is hard for you.

Who Sings Return to Sender?

Return to Sender is performed by Elvis Presley. It was first released on the album "Girls! Girls! Girls!" in 1962.
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