Buffalo Gals by John Hodges 1844 in C
Your Cheatin’ Heart by Hank Williams 1952 in G
Walking After Midnight by By Alan Block and Donn Hecht in C
Singing The Blues by By Melvin Endlsey, 1956 in C
Let’s Twist Again by Chubby Checker Start note A in F
I’ll Fly Away in C
Hello Mary Lou by Gene Pitney in C
Grandmas Feather Bed by John Denver in C
Enjoy Yourself by Guy Lombardo in C
Are You Lonesome Tonight? in G
All My Loving in Dm
Bye Bye Love in G
By the Light Of the Silvery Moon in G
Side By Side in C
Bad Moon Rising in C
Tennessee Waltz in G
This Land is Your Land (Canadian Words) in C
Edelweiss by Rogers and Hammerstein (1959) in G
Five Foot Two Eyes Of Blue in C
Hey Good Lookin’ in G
We’ll Meet Again in F
King of the Road in G
Love Me Tender in C
Gilligan’s Island Theme in Am
I Don’t Look Good Naked Anymore in G
Calling all ukulele players!
Let’s get together at Susan and Rod’s house to play some carols and celebrate the season!
We will use our TV for the jam, so no need for books!
I have attached the file of songs (below) in case you wish to practice.
Following the singing, we will enjoy some refreshments. Please bring along your favourite beverage and we will provide some goodies!
If you wish to attend, please email:
To view the Christmas songs, please click on the link below:
The rumours aren’t true. We have not fallen off the face of the earth. (Insert laugh here). As I’ve said in earlier posts, Bridget and I are currently on a leave from the LUGS while we rehurse for a musical. We are arranging for a competent friend to take over. Once we can finalize things we will post the next jam date. In the mean time you could look at The BUGs in Ottawa, the Almont group or the Kingston group.