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Achy Breaky Heart Ukulele Chords by Billy Ray Cyrus

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Achy Breaky Heart Ukulele Chords by Billy Ray Cyrus

Achy Breaky Heart Ukulele Chords by Billy Ray Cyrus. The chords used in this song are A, and E. Change the key of the song for FREE if needed.

“Achy Breaky Heart” is a landmark song in the history of country music, performed by American artist Billy Ray Cyrus. Released in 1992 as the debut single from his album “Some Gave All,” the song was written by Don Von Tress. Its catchy chorus, distinctive melody, and Cyrus’s charismatic performance turned it into an instant hit, propelling Cyrus to stardom and making the song a cultural phenomenon of the early 1990s.

The song’s lyrics, which speak of a man pleading with his lover not to break his heart, are simple yet effective, allowing listeners to easily sing along. The accompanying music video, featuring Cyrus’s signature mullet and an energetic line dance, played a significant role in popularizing the song and line dancing worldwide. “Achy Breaky Heart” is often credited with helping to bring country music to a broader pop audience, thanks to its crossover appeal.

“Achy Breaky Heart” achieved massive commercial success, topping the country music charts in the United States and gaining popularity in several other countries. Despite mixed critical reviews, with some praising its catchiness and others criticizing it as overly simplistic, the song’s impact on the country music genre and pop culture is undeniable.

An interesting aspect of “Achy Breaky Heart” is its role in the debate over the definition and direction of country music in the 1990s. The song’s pop-inflected sound and widespread appeal sparked discussions about the boundaries of country music and the genre’s traditional roots versus its evolution into the mainstream.

Over the years, “Achy Breaky Heart” has been covered by various artists, parodied, and referenced in numerous media, underscoring its lasting place in American pop culture. Despite differing opinions on its musical merits, the song remains one of Billy Ray Cyrus’s most iconic hits and a defining moment in country music’s crossover into pop territory. Its enduring popularity is a testament to its catchy melody, relatable lyrics, and the widespread appeal of country music.

 

Achy Breaky Heart Ukulele Chords by Billy Ray Cyrus

 

VERSE 1:

AYou can tell the world you never was my girlYou can burn my clothes up when I’m EgoneOr you can tell your friends just what a fool I’ve beenAnd laugh and joke about me on the Aphone
You can tell my arms go back to the farmYou can tell my feet to hit the EfloorOr you can tell my lips to tell my fingertipsThey won’t be reaching out for you no Amore
CHORUS 1:
But Adon’t tell my heart, my achy breaky heartI just don’t think he’d underEstandAnd if you tell my heart, my achy breaky heartHe might blow up and kill this AmanOoh
VERSE 2:
AYou can tell your ma I moved to ArkansasOr you can tell your dog to bite my ElegOr tell your brother Cliff who’s fist can tell my lipsHe never really liked me anyAway
Or tell your Aunt Louise, tell anything you pleaseMyself already knows I’m not EokayOr you can tell my eyes to watch out for my mindIt might be walking out on me Atoday
CHORUS 2:
But Adon’t tell my heart, my achy breaky heartI just don’t think he’d underEstandAnd if you tell my heart, my achy breaky heartHe might blow up and kill this AmanOoh
CHORUS 3:
ADon’t tell my heart, my achy breaky heartI just don’t think he’d underEstandAnd if you tell my heart, my achy breaky heartHe might blow up and kill this AmanBut Adon’t tell my heart, my achy breaky heartI just don’t think he’d underEstandAnd if you tell my heart, my achy breaky heartHe might blow up and kill this AmanOoh
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