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Suspicious Minds by Elvis Presley – Ukulele Chords

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Suspicious Minds Ukulele Chords – Elvis Presley. The chords used for this chord are G, C, D, Bmin, and Emin. Change the key of the song for FREE, as needed.

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Suspicious Minds Ukulele Chords – Elvis Presley

VERSE 1:
GWe’re caught in a trap, CI can’t walk outDBecause I lovCe you too much, GbabyWhy can’t you see Cwhat you’re doing to meDWhen you don’t belieCve a word I Gsay?
CHORUS 1:
CWe can’t go on Gtogether Bminwith suspicious Cminds D EminAnd we can’t builBmind our dreams Con suspicious Dminds D7   
VERSE 2:
GSo if an old friend I know Cstops by to say helloDWould I still Csee suspicion Gin your eyes?GHere we go again Casking where I’ve beenDYou can’t see the Ctears are real, I’m Dcrying C    Bmin            D7 CHORUS 2:
CWe can’t go on Gtogether Bminwith suspicious Cminds D EminAnd we can’t builBmind our dreams Con suspicious Dminds D7   
EminOh, let our Bminlove surviveI’ll dry the Dtears from your eyesEminLet’s don’t let a Bmingood thing die C   When honey, Dyou know I’ve neverG lied to youCMmm, Gyeah, D7yeah
VERSE 3:
GWe’re caught in a traCp I can’t walk outDBecause I loCve you too much, GbabyGWhy can’t you seCe what you’re doing to meDWhen you don’t belieCve a word I Gsay? C    G    C   
Well, don’t you know…
GI‘m caught in a trap, CI can’t walk outDBecause I loCve you too much, Gbaby
GI‘m caught in a trap, CI can’t walk outDBecause I loCve you too much, Gbaby.
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Suspicious Minds History

“Suspicious Minds” by Elvis Presley is a landmark song in the history of rock and roll that marked a significant turning point in Elvis’s career. Released in 1969, this track was a major hit and is often hailed as the song that revitalized Presley’s career during his late-period comeback. Written by Mark James and produced by Chips Moman, “Suspicious Minds” captures the essence of Elvis’s vocal prowess and emotional intensity, set against a backdrop of rich instrumentation and a catchy, soul-infused melody.

The song’s lyrics delve into the complexities of a troubled relationship, plagued by distrust and miscommunication. Elvis’s delivery of “Suspicious Minds” is both powerful and poignant, conveying the frustration and pain of love gone wrong. The arrangement features a distinctive mix of gospel-like backing vocals, lush strings, and driving guitar riffs, which together create a dramatic and engaging sound that is both classic and timeless.

“Suspicious Minds” became a defining song of Elvis Presley’s later career, showcasing his ability to adapt and excel across different musical styles. Its success helped to reaffirm his status as a major force in the music industry, leading to what many consider his late-era renaissance. The song’s genre blends elements of rock, pop, and soul, a fusion that was particularly innovative at the time and exemplified the evolving soundscapes of the late 1960s.

The song not only reached the top of the charts but has remained a cultural icon, covered by numerous artists and featured in various movies, TV shows, and commercials over the years. Its enduring appeal is a testament to its quality and to Elvis’s lasting impact on music and popular culture. “Suspicious Minds” continues to be celebrated as one of the greatest tracks in Elvis Presley’s illustrious catalog, a powerful expression of the King of Rock and Roll’s artistic legacy.

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