Level by The Raconteurs Ukulele Chords

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If you are looking for Level ukulele chords, you have come to the best place.
You can play versatile instrument Level using ukulele or guitar.
This song by The Raconteurs can also be played by that instruments.
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Level chords has rhythm and included in Broken Boy Soldiers (2006) album.
You can also find another musical style, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Level by The Raconteurs Ukulele Chords


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| Level |
| Broken Boy Soldiers |
| The Raconteurs |
| Written by Jack White/Brendan Benson |


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| CHORDS: EADGBE |


| ------ |

| E5: 022xxx |
| F5: 133xxx |
| F#5: 244xxx |
| G5: 355xxx |
| |
| ~: Vibrato |
| N.C: No Chord Played |


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INTRO: (Keyboard)


E----13-----15----13-----12--|
B-12----15-----15----13------|
G----------------------------|
D----------------------------|
A----------------------------|
E----------------------------|

INTRO: (Guitar)


E----1---3---1---0--|
B--0---3---1---0----|
G-------------------|
D-------------------|
A-------------------|
E-------------------|

VERSE 1:

F5 G5 N.C G5 F#5 F5 N.C

My baby’s on the level

F5 G5 N.C G5 F#5 F5 N.C

I try to read her mind

F5 G5 N.C G5 F#5 F5 N.C

She’s on the straight and narrow

F5 G5 N.C G5 F#5 F5 N.C

I’m guessing all the time

F5 G5 N.C G5 F#5 F5 N.C

And I can’t see the road

F5 G5 N.C G5 F#5 F5 N.C

From looking at the signs

F5 G5 N.C G5 F#5 F5 N.C

I’m carrying a load

F5 G5 N.C G5 F#5 F5 E5

And stepping out of line




BREAK:


E----------------------------------------------------------------|
B----------------------------------------------------------------|
G-------------------------------12~------------------------------|
D-12~--12-12-15-12-15-12-15-12-------12-12-15-12-15-12----12-----|
A------------------------------------------------------15----14--|
E----------------------------------------------------------------|
E-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
B-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
G--------------------------------12-------------------------------------|
D-12-12-15-12--12-12-15-12-15-12------12-12-15-12--12-12-15-12----12----|
A-------------------------------------------------------------15----14--|
E-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
E--15-15-14b15-13-15-13---------------------------------------|
B-----------------------15----------12----------12--12b13b12--|
G-----------------------------12-14----14-12-14---------------|
D-------------------------------------------------------------|
A-------------------------------------------------------------|
E-------------------------------------------------------------|
E------------------------------|
B------------------------------|
G--------12----------12--------|
D--12-15----15-12-15----15-12--|
A------------------------------|
E------------------------------|
E--13-----15----13-----12---- E--13----15~---|
B-----15-----15----13------12 B-----15-------|
G---------------------------- G--------------|
D---------------------------- D--------------|
A---------------------------- A--------------|
E---------------------------- X4 E--------------|

VERSE 2:

F5 G5 N.C G5 F#5 F5 N.C

My baby’s on the level (My baby’s on the level)

F5 G5 N.C G5 F#5 F5 N.C

I try to read her mind (I try to read her mind)

F5 G5 N.C G5 F#5 F5 N.C

She’s on the straight and narrow (She’s on the straight and narrow)

F5 G5 N.C G5 F#5 F5 N.C

And I’m guessing all the time (And I’m guessing all the time)

F5 G5 N.C G5 F#5 F5 N.C

Well how can I see the road (How can I see the road)

F5 G5 N.C G5 F#5 F5 N.C

If I’m looking at the signs (If I’m looking at the signs)

F5 G5 N.C G5 F#5 F5 N.C

I’m carrying a load (I’m carrying a load)

F5 G5 N.C G5 F#5 F5 E5

And stepping out of line






To play the this songs, including Level by The Raconteurs by ukulele, the most important 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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