Here you can find ukulele chords and tabs of "Slow Turning" by John Hiatt. Get ready and start playing Slow Turning on your ukulele.
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Slow Turning Ukulele Chords
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When I was a boy.
But I never could tell what’s mine, so it didn’t matter anyway
My only pride and joy was this record down here, banging on an old guitar, singin’ what I had to say.
It’s been a slow turning,
A slow turning baby but you come about
A slow learning but you learn to sweat, a hey, hey, hey
A slow turning baby not fade away, not fade away, not fade away
Now I’m in my car,
Now me yelling at the kids in the back, cause they’re banging like Charlie Watts
You think you come so far in this one horse town
Then she’s laughing that crazy laugh, cause you haven’t left the parking lot
There’s just a slow turning,
A slow turning but you come about, a slow learning you learn to sweat, a hey, hey, hey
A slow turning baby not fade away, not fade away, not fade away, not fade away, not away
What Are The Chords For Slow Turning On Ukulele?
You will play the [C], [F], [Bb], [G], [Dm] ukulele chords while playing Slow Turning with your ukulele in the C key, original tone of the song.
How Do You Strum Slow Turning On Ukulele?
Slow Turning ukulele strumming pattern is D - DDU. You can also try D (down) if the suggested pattern is hard for you.
Who Sings Slow Turning?
Slow Turning is performed by John Hiatt. It was first released on the album "Slow Turning" in 1988.