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Thread: Where I can breathe (Ukulele original)

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    Smile Where I can breathe (Ukulele original)

    Having played uke for a year now, I am really getting into writing my own stuff. Some songs are good, others not so much I think this one came out fairly ok (I only wish I had some studio equipment so the audio would be better)



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    Very nice song, nice playing and lovely singing.
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    Love it! Encore, encore!!
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    Thank you That's very sweet of you.

    There will be an encore sooner or later. Right now I am working on spending more time on my songs. I tend to rush out with them at once instead of working them through a bit. :P I am not blessed with the virtue of patience :lol:


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    I really really like this, great job friend! I wanna learn how to play this kinda :/ What chords did you use? Im sure I can figure the rest out.
    Last edited by dravain; 06-07-2010 at 06:27 PM.

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    I love it, your voice is amazing!
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    Thanks guys

    Dravain: The verse is Em - C, F - A7 - Dm, Bb -A7 -Dm, and the chorus (humming part) is Bm, B7, G, A7, D, D7 two times over, skipping the Bm & D7 on the final one (iirc)

    I suck at describing stuff like this but I'm sure you can figure it out. Also I am really chuffed that someone other than myself wants to play a song I've written That's a first!
    Last edited by biscuit; 06-09-2010 at 12:53 PM.


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    Very nice ! Continue on that way !!!

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    Thank you, romanomono I plan to


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