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Landslide by Fleetwood Mac – Ukulele Chords

by Per Kjeller

Landslide Ukulele Chords – Fleetwood Mac. The chords used in this song are Eb, Bb/D, Cmin7, F/A, and Gmin. Change the key of song for FREE, as needed.

Landslide Ukulele Chords – Fleetwood Mac

VERSE 1:

EbI took my Bb/Dlove I took it Cmin7down     Bb/D  EbI climbed a Bb/Dmountain and I turned Cmin7around   Bb/D   And I Ebsaw my reBb/Dflection in the Cmin7snow-covered Bb/Dhills‘Til the Eblandslide Bb/Dbrought me Cmin7down          
Bb/DOh     Ebmirror in the Bb/Dsky what is Cmin7love       Bb/D   Can the Ebchild within my Bb/Dheart rise aCmin7bove       Bb/D    Can I Ebsail through the Bb/Dchangin’ Cmin7ocean  Bb/DtidesCan I Ebhandle the Bb/Dseasons Cmin7of my   Bb/Dlife       Eb        Bb/D            Cmin7              Bb/D             
CHORUS 1:
F/AWell BbI‘ve been aF/Afraid of Gminchangin’‘Cause I’ve Ebbuilt my Bb/Dlife around Cmin7you        F/A    But Bbtime makes you F/AbolderEven Gminchildren get older and EbI‘m getting Bb/Dolder Cmin7too         Bb/D   
CHORUS 2:
F/AWell BbI‘ve been aF/Afraid of Gminchangin’‘Cause I’ve Ebbuilt my Bb/Dlife around Cmin7you        F/A    But Bbtime makes you F/AbolderEven Gminchildren get older and EbI‘m getting Bb/Dolder Cmin7too         Bb/D   
Oh EbI‘m getting Bb/Dolder  Cmin7too        Bb/D    
VERSE 2:
Ah Ebah take my Bb/Dlove take it Cmin7down     Bb/D  Ah Ebha climb a Bb/Dmountain and turn aCmin7round   Bb/D    And if you Ebsee my reBb/Dflection in the Cmin7snow-covered Bb/DhillsWell the Eblandslide Bb/Dbring it dCmin7own       Bb/D   And if you Ebsee my reflection in the Bb/Dsnow-covered Cmin7hills       Bb/D    Well the Eblandslide Bb/Dbring it Cmin7down     Bb/D   Oh ohh the Eblandslide Bb/Dbring it Cmin7down         
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“Landslide” History

“Landslide” by Fleetwood Mac is a song that resonates deeply with many, thanks to its poetic lyrics and hauntingly beautiful melody. Released in 1975 as part of the band’s self-titled album, Fleetwood Mac, this song quickly became one of their most beloved tracks. Stevie Nicks, the song’s writer, has often shared that “Landslide” was born out of a moment of personal reflection and decision-making, making it a poignant snapshot of her life at the time.

One interesting fact about “Landslide” is that it was written while Nicks was staying in Aspen, Colorado. She was contemplating her life, her career, and her relationship with Lindsey Buckingham, her bandmate and then-partner. The song’s lyrics reflect themes of change, aging, and fear, resonating with listeners who have faced similar crossroads in their own lives. Nicks has said that the actual landslide she mentions in the song symbolizes the feelings of instability and the massive changes she was contemplating during this period.

Over the years, “Landslide” has not only become a staple in Fleetwood Mac’s discography but has also been covered by numerous artists, each bringing their unique interpretation to the song. Perhaps what makes “Landslide” so enduring is its universal appeal; its lyrics touch on the inevitability of change, a theme that everyone can relate to at some point in their lives. Moreover, the song’s simple yet powerful arrangement—featuring Nicks’ ethereal vocals accompanied by Buckingham’s acoustic guitar—has ensured that it remains timeless.

In addition to its emotional depth, “Landslide” showcases the musical chemistry between Nicks and Buckingham, a dynamic that has fascinated fans for decades. The song’s success is a testament to Fleetwood Mac’s talent for crafting songs that not only tell a story but also evoke a profound emotional response. Whether you’re hearing it for the first time or the hundredth, “Landslide” remains a poignant reminder of life’s fleeting nature and the beauty of embracing change.

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