Jesse Fuller – San Francisco Bay Blues Ukulele Chords

Jesse Fuller San Francisco Bay Blues ukulele chords and strumming pattern are in this post! Start playing this Jesse Fuller song from the "Single" album released in 1955 with your ukulele right now!
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San Francisco Bay Blues Ukulele Chords

Tune your ukulele before playing.
Key: A
Chords: [B7], [E7], [A], [F#], [D], [A7]
Strumming: D - DU - DU - DU (or D - D)
Difficulty: Hard




I got the blues when my baby left me
by the San Francisco Bay
The ocean liners gone so far away
I didn’t mean to treat her so bad,
she was the best girl I ever had
She said goodbye, I can take a cry,
I wanna lay down and die

I ain’t got a nickel and I aint got a lousy dime
She don’t come back, think I’m going to lose my mind
If she ever gets back to stay, it’s going to
be another brand new day
Walking with my baby down by the San Francisco Bay

Sitting down looking from my back door,
Wondering which way to go
Woman I’m so crazy about, she don’t love me no more
Think I’ll catch me a freight train, cause I’m feeling blue
Ride all the way to the end of the line, thinking only of you

Meanwhile livin’ in the city, Just about to go insane
Thought I heard my baby, lord, the way she used to call my name
If I ever get her back to stay, it’s going to
be another brand new day
Walking with my baby down by the San Francisco Bay,
hey hey

Walking with my baby down by the San Francisco Bay
Yeah, walking with my baby down by the San Francisco Bay

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Artist and Song:Jesse Fuller - San Francisco Bay Blues
Album:Single
Year:1955
Chords:[B7], [E7], [A], [F#], [D], [A7]
Strumming:D - DU - DU - DU
Genre:Folk

About Jesse Fuller - San Francisco Bay Blues Ukulele Chords & Strumming Pattern

"San Francisco Bay Blues" is a song by Folk artist Jesse Fuller. It was released in 1955 on the album, titled "Single". San Francisco Bay Blues is considered under Folk genre.
  • The key of Jesse Fuller - San Francisco Bay Blues is A.
  • D - DU - DU - DU is the suggested strumming pattern for San Francisco Bay Blues. If it's not easy for you, you can try only down (D) strumming for playing "San Francisco Bay Blues".
  • The chords that we use for playing San Francisco Bay Blues on ukulele are: [B7], [E7], [A], [F#], [D], [A7].

What Are The Chords For San Francisco Bay Blues On Ukulele?

You will play the [B7], [E7], [A], [F#], [D], [A7] ukulele chords while playing San Francisco Bay Blues with your ukulele in the A key, original tone of the song.

How Do You Strum San Francisco Bay Blues On Ukulele?

San Francisco Bay Blues ukulele strumming pattern is D - DU - DU - DU. You can also try D (down) if the suggested pattern is hard for you.

Who Sings San Francisco Bay Blues?

San Francisco Bay Blues is performed by Jesse Fuller. It was first released on the album "Single" in 1955.

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