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Go Your Own Way by Fleetwood Mac – Ukulele Chords

by Per Kjeller
Go Your Own Way Ukulele Chords - Fleetwood Mac

Go Your Own Way Ukulele Chords – Fleetwood Mac. The chords used for this song are F, C, Bb, and Dmin. Change the key of the song for FREE, as needed.

Go Your Own Way Ukulele Chords – Fleetwood Mac

VERSE 1:
FLoving you isn’t the right thing to Cdo Bb    BbHow can I ever change things that I Ffeel?
FIf I could baby, I’d give you my Cworld Bb   BbHow can I when you won’t take it from Fme?
CHORUS 1:
DminYou can Bbgo your own Cway, go your own wayDminYou can Bbcall it Canother lonely dayDminYou can Bbgo your own Cway, go your own way
VERSE 2:
FTell me why everything turned Caround Bb  BbPacking up shacking up is all you want to Fdo
FIf I could baby, I’d give you my Cworld Bb    BbOpen up everything’s waiting for Fyou
CHORUS 2:
DminYou can Bbgo your own Cway, go your own wayDminYou can Bbcall it Canother lonely dayDminYou can Bbgo your own Cway, go your own way
DminYou can Bbgo your own Cway, go your own wayDminYou can Bbcall it Canother lonely dayDminYou can Bbgo your own Cway, go your own way.
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Go Your Own Way – History

“Go Your Own Way” by Fleetwood Mac is a defining track of the rock genre, encapsulating the tumultuous emotions and personal conflicts within the band during the creation of their landmark album, “Rumours,” in 1977. Written by Lindsey Buckingham, the song serves as a raw, candid expression of his feelings about the breakdown of his relationship with bandmate Stevie Nicks. Its driving beat, distinctive guitar riff, and impassioned vocals create a compelling blend of rock and pop elements, making “Go Your Own Way” one of Fleetwood Mac’s most memorable and enduring songs.

The production of “Go Your Own Way” features an energetic rhythm section, courtesy of Mick Fleetwood’s innovative drumming and John McVie’s steady bass lines, which lay the foundation for Buckingham’s emotionally charged guitar work and vocal delivery. The song’s mix of acoustic and electric guitars, along with its harmonious yet poignant chorus, reflects the band’s complex dynamics and the personal turmoil that inspired much of “Rumours.”

“Go Your Own Way” achieved significant commercial success, becoming a staple on rock radio and a highlight of Fleetwood Mac’s live performances. Its candid lyrics and catchy melody resonated with listeners, making it a standout track of the 1970s rock scene. The song’s genre can be classified as rock, specifically within the subgenres of soft rock and pop rock, showcasing Fleetwood Mac’s ability to bridge the gap between mainstream appeal and artistic depth.

Beyond its chart success, “Go Your Own Way” has left a lasting impact on popular culture, covered by numerous artists and featured in various films, TV shows, and commercials. Its enduring popularity is a testament to Fleetwood Mac’s songwriting prowess and the universal themes of love, loss, and moving forward that the song explores. “Go Your Own Way” remains a powerful reminder of the band’s legacy and their contribution to the soundtrack of an era, embodying the spirit of resilience and independence.

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