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Amie Ukulele Chords by Pure Prairie League

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Amie Ukulele Chords by Pure Prairie League

Amie Ukulele Chords by Pure Prairie League. The chords used in this song are A, G, D, and Bmin. Change the key of the song for FREE if needed.

“Amie” is a classic song by the American country rock band Pure Prairie League, released in 1972 on their album “Bustin’ Out.” Written by the band’s founding member and lead vocalist Craig Fuller, the song didn’t initially hit the charts until its re-release as a single in 1975. This delay in recognition did not hinder “Amie” from becoming one of the most enduring and beloved songs in the country rock genre, showcasing Pure Prairie League’s ability to blend country, rock, and folk music seamlessly.

The song’s gentle acoustic intro, harmonious vocals, and engaging melody capture the essence of the early 1970s country rock sound. “Amie” is celebrated for its heartfelt lyrics, which tell the story of a complex relationship and the longing for reconciliation. Fuller’s earnest vocal delivery, combined with the song’s intricate instrumentation, resonates with listeners, making it a timeless piece of music that crosses generational lines.

Despite its modest initial impact, “Amie” eventually gained widespread popularity, becoming a staple on radio playlists and in the repertoire of country and rock musicians alike. Its success helped to solidify Pure Prairie League’s place in the music industry and contributed to the band’s lasting legacy.

An interesting aspect of “Amie” is its role in influencing the country rock and soft rock movements of the 1970s and beyond. The song’s smooth blend of genres and accessible, relatable lyrics paved the way for future artists in these genres, highlighting the potential for crossover appeal between country and rock audiences.

Over the years, “Amie” has remained a fan favorite and a classic example of the country rock genre, often covered by other artists and featured in compilations of the greatest songs of the 1970s. Its enduring popularity attests to the song’s timeless quality and Pure Prairie League’s skill in crafting music that speaks to the heart. “Amie” continues to be celebrated for its beautiful melody, emotional depth, and the band’s contribution to the evolution of country rock music.

 

Amie Ukulele Chords by Pure Prairie League

VERSE 1:

AI can see why Gyou think Dyou beAlong to me G     D   AI never tried to Gmake you Dthink, or Alet you see one thing for yourDselfBut now your Coff with someone else and I’m DaloneYou see I Cthought that I might keep you for my Eown
CHORUS 1:
AAmie Gwhat you want to Ddo?AI think GI could stay with DyouFor a Bminwhile, maybe longer if I Edo
VERSE 2:
ADon’t you think the Gtime is Dright for Aus to find G     D   AAll the things we Gthought weren’t Dproper Acould be right in timeAnd can you DseeWhich way Cwe should turn together or DaloneI can Cnever see what’s right or what is Ewrong(will it take to long to see)
CHORUS 2:
AAmie Gwhat you want to Ddo?AI think GI could stay with DyouFor a Bminwhile, maybe longer if I Edo
CHORUS 3:
Well
AAmie Gwhat you want to Ddo?AI think GI could stay with DyouFor a Bminwhile, maybe longer if I Edo
VERSE 3:
ANow it’s come to Gwhat you Dwant you’Ave had your way G     D AAnd all the things you Gthought Dbefore just Afaded into grayAnd can you DseeThat I Cdon’t know if it’s you or if it’s DmeIf it’s Cone of us I’m sure we’ll both will EseeWon’t you look at me and tell me
CHORUS 4:
AAmie Gwhat you want to Ddo?AI think GI could stay with DyouFor a Bminwhile, maybe longer if I Edo
Yeah nowAAmie what you Gwant to Ddo?AI think GI could stay with DyouFor a Bminwhile, maybe longer if I Ddo
AFallin’ in and out of Glove with DyouAFallin’ in and out of Glove with DyouADon’t know Gwhat I’m gonna Ddo, I’d keepAFallin’ in and out of GloveWith Fyou   A 
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