I’m Living Up to Her Low Expectations by Daryle Singletary Ukulele Chords

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I’m Living Up to Her Low Expectations chords has rhythm and included in Daryle Singletary (1995) album.
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I’m Living Up to Her Low Expectations by Daryle Singletary Ukulele Chords


I’M LIVING UP TO HER LOW EXPECTATIONS
Daryle Singletary
Feb. 20, 2004

Intro: (F) (F) (Bb) (Bb) (F) (C) (F) (F)

(C) Found myself some brand new friends
(F) Took up a few bad habits again
(C) I partied every single night this (F) week
(C) Late for work three days in a row
(F) When she (F/E) left she was (Dm) right I know
Cause (Gm) she said I’d never amount to any(C)thing

I’m living (N.C.) up to her low expec(Bb)tations
I’m be(F)coming every thing she said I’d (C) be
I’m living (F) up to her low expec(Bb)tations
Cause her (F) low expectations are (C) high enough for (F) me

[(F)] [(F)] [(Bb)] [(Bb)] [(F)] [(C)] [(F)] [(F)]
(C) Had to drop that night school class
(F) Who’s got the time when your having a blast
(C) The waitress here thinks I’m the cutest (F) thing
(C) Boss told me didn’t get that raise
(F) But what the (F/E) heck, (Dm) thats okay
Cause (Gm) I never did deserve it any(C)way

I’m living (N.C.) up to her low expec(Bb)tations
I’m be(F)coming every thing she said I’d (C) be
I’m living (F) up to her low expec(Bb)tations
Cause her (F) low expectations are (C) high enough for (F) me

Yes, her (F) low expectations are (C) high enough for (F) me

To play the this songs, including I’m Living Up to Her Low Expectations by Daryle Singletary by ukulele, the most crucial basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord.
These set you up to play a many of songs, and each of them is easy to master.

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