Suzanne Ukulele Chords by Passenger

Suzanne Track Info

Chords Info

  • Tuning: Standard(EADGBE)
  • Capo: 6 th fret
  • Chords: C, Em, F, G, Am, Dm
 
 
[Intro]
C Em F G C Em F G [Verse 1]
C Em Who are you when the lights come up F G When the music fades and the crowd goes down C Em Where did you land when the spinning stopped F G Are you far away in another town Am Em You were young and the lights were bright F C You went dancing in to the night Am Em You always said it would turn out alright F G C Suzanne will you tell me if you can [Chorus 1]
G Dm F G Suzanne is it everything you wanted C G Dm F G Suzanne Suzanne is it everything you dreamed it would be C Em You reached for the stars and touched the sky F C You fell back down and you don’t know why Am G F C Suzanne you still shine bright to me [Interlude]
Em F G C Em F G [Verse 2]
C Em You are the first one on and the last one off F C Who do you see when the mask comes off Am Em With your red wine teeth and your smokers cough F C Suzanne I’m sure you’ve had enough Am Em But you never cared for what I had to say F C Now you go sleeping all through the day Am Em Please don’t dream your life away F C G C Suzanne can you help me to understand [Chorus 2]
G Dm F G Suzanne is it everything you wanted C G Dm F G Suzanne Suzanne is it everything you dreamed it would be C Em For time takes everything she likes F C And youth will leave like a thief in the night Am G F C Suzanne you still shine bright to me
 
 
[Interlude]
Em F C Am Em F G [Bridge]
Am Em Now you’re old and the lights are dim F C The band won’t play and the man won’t sing Am Em All the songs that he sang when you danced with him F G C Suzanne can I take you by the hand [Chorus 3]
G Dm F G Suzanne is it everything you wanted C G Dm F G Suzanne Suzanne is it everything you dreamed it would be C Em You never knew the rules to the game F C Drawn in like a moth to the flame Am Em Suzanne it is a crying shame F G C That they’ll never know your name

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