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Walking On Sunshine by Katrina and the Waves – Ukulele Chords

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Walking On Sunshine Ukulele Chords - Katrina and the Waves

Walking On Sunshine Ukulele Chords – Katrina and the Waves. The chords used for this song are A, D, and E. Change the key of the song for FREE, as needed.

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Walking On Sunshine Ukulele Chords – Katrina and the Waves

VERSE 1:I Aused to think Dmaybe you Eloved me now Dbaby I’m suAre D    E    A    And AI just can’t Dwait till the Eday when you Dknock on my AdoDor E    D Now Aeverytime I Dgo for the Emailbox, gotta Dhold myself AdoDwnE    D ‘Cause AI just can’t Dwait till you Ewrite me you’re Dcoming AaroDunEd D  
CHORUS 1:
I’m walking on Esunshine, DwooahI’m walking on Esunshine, Dwoooah I’m walking on Esunshine, DwoooahAnd don’t it feel Agood!
Hey, DalrEight DnowAnd dont it feel Agood!Hey DyeahE            D 
VERSE 2:
I Aused to think Dmaybe you Eloved me, now I Dknow that it’s truAe D    E    D And I Adon’t want to Dspend my whole Elife, just Dwaiting for AyoDu   E    D  
Now I Adon’t want u Dback for the EweekendNot Dback for a Aday, Dno Eno DnoI said Ababy I Djust want you Eback and I Dwant you to stAay D       
EWoah Dyeah!
CHORUS 2:
I’m walking on Esunshine, DwooahI’m walking on Esunshine, Dwoooah I’m walking on Esunshine, DwoooahAnd don’t it feel Agood!
Hey, DalrEight DnowAnd dont it feel Agood!Hey DyeahE            E 

And it’s Dtime to feel good

A    D    E    D Walking on sunshineA    D    E    D  Walking on sunshine
BRIDGE:
D    E    D    I feel aliAve, I feel the loDve, I feel the love Ethat’s really real D    D    E    D    I feel aliAve, I feel the loDve, I feel the love Ethat’s really real D 
I’m on Asunshine baDby Eoh, oh DyeahI’m on Asunshine baDby Eoh.       D 
CHORUS 3:
I’m walking on Esunshine, DwooahI’m walking on Esunshine, Dwoooah I’m walking on Esunshine, DwoooahAnd don’t it feel Agood!
Hey, DalrEight DnowAnd dont it feel Agood!
AI‘ll say it,   I Dsay it,  I say it Eagain nowAnd it’s time to feel Agood
AOhhDhh, EyeahhhhAnd Dit’s time to feel Agood
AOhD    Eyeah now, it’s Dtime to feel Agood
Now Atime, time, Dtime, time, Etime, and Dtime to feel Agood
Now Atell me, tell me, Dtell me again now Eand time to Dfeel good           A    
AOhD    Eyeah now, and time Dto feel Agood
Now Adon’t it feel Dgood, don’t it Efeel good, now Dtime to feel Agood
Oh Ayeah, oh Dyeah, oh Eyeah, oh Dyeah, yeah, Ayeah.
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“Walking on Sunshine” by Katrina and the Waves is an exuberant and infectious track that perfectly captures the upbeat energy of 1980s pop music. Released in 1985, the song quickly became a global hit, renowned for its jubilant melody and optimistic lyrics that evoke feelings of pure joy and exhilaration. Written by the band’s guitarist, Kimberley Rew, this feel-good anthem is characterized by its catchy chorus, vibrant horns, and driving rhythm, making it a perennial favorite for uplifting playlists.

The song’s arrangement is a spirited blend of pop and rock elements, with a hint of new wave, distinguished by Katrina Leskanich’s powerful and energetic vocals that command attention. The use of bright brass instrumentation and a lively guitar riff adds to the song’s celebratory feel, making it impossible not to dance along. “Walking on Sunshine” is an excellent example of the pop-rock genre, combining catchy pop hooks with rock’s more robust musical intensity.

“Walking on Sunshine” was not only a commercial success, reaching the top of charts around the world but also became a symbol of feel-good music that transcends generations. Its enduring popularity is reflected in its frequent use in films, television shows, and commercials, often used to convey happiness and positivity.

The song’s impact extends beyond its initial chart success; it’s an enduring cultural icon that continues to bring smiles to faces and energy to any gathering. “Walking on Sunshine” remains one of Katrina and the Waves’ most beloved tracks, a staple of 1980s music that continues to inspire listeners to feel good and move to the beat. Its lasting appeal lies in its universal message of joy and the catchy, energetic way that message is delivered, making it a timeless piece in the landscape of pop music.

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