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“Me and Bobby McGee” for Baritone Ukulele

Ready for a song that’s super easy and fun to sing? I’ve gotcha covered.

My version of “Me and Bobby McGee” is in G and only has 4 chords – G, D7, G7, and C. Perfect for beginners 🙂

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“What a Wonderful World” for Baritone Ukulele

This is an arrangement of “What a Wonderful World” for baritone ukulele. It’s in G. Enjoy!

Download the printable chord chart here –

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“Under the Boardwalk” for the Baritone Ukulele

I finally distributed instruments to my students! What I’ve learned is, there are SO many great video tutorials out there for the GCEA ukulele. But not really the baritone. There are some introductory lessons, but nearly nothing about how to play easy songs. My guess is that people are assuming players are coming from a GCEA background. However, my students are not. (I didn’t, either.)

So I will be doing everything I can to expand the selection of EASY songs for the baritone uke, particularly songs in G. (Also: It’s really hard to search for songs by key.) With that said, I present to you, “Under the Boardwalk” by The Drifters.

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“Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” for Baritone Ukulele

I was like, “I’ll just make those two Christmas tutorials and call it good.” Right.

This song is challenging, not just because of the chords used, but the sheer number of chords that we don’t see terribly often in the simpler songs. Hopefully in the video it helps when I break it down, it definitely took a lot of time for me to learn this. Don’t give up!

Tutorial plus Play-Along
Standalone Play-Along

PDF Chord Chart to download for free 🙂

Merry Christmas!

Stephy

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Baritone Ukulele Chord Chart – I Got Rhythm

I love this song for teaching AABA form, its fun chord progression, and just generally having fun while singing. One activity I used to do with elementary students was to have them list things that made them feel good or happy, and have them make their own versions of the song using those things. I love giving students opportunities to be creative and share what they love in their lives!