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What’s Up? Ukulele Chords by 4 Non Blondes

by Per Kjeller

What’s Up? Ukulele Chords by 4 Non Blondes. The chords used in this song are: A, Bmin, and D. You can change the key of the song for FREE, if needed.

What’s Up? Ukulele Chords by 4 Non Blondes

VERSE 1:

ATwenty-five years and my life is still

BminTryin’ to get up that great big hill of Dhope

For a destiAnation

I realized quickly when I knew I should

That the Bminworld was made up of this brotherhood of Dman

For whatever that Ameans

PRE 1:

And so I Acry sometimes when I lie in bed

Just to Bminget it all out what’s in my head

And DI I am feeling a little pecAuliar

And so I wake in the morning and I step outside

And I Bmintake a deep breath and I get real high

And I Dscream from the top of my lungs

What’s going Aon

CHORUS 1:

And I say Ahey-ey-ey-ey

BminHey-ey-yeah

I said Dhey what’s going Aon

And I say Ahey-ey-ey-ey

BminHey-ey-yeah

I said Dhey what’s going Aon

BRIDGE:

AOoh ooh

BminOoh

DOoh uh-huh

AOoh ooh

BminOoh

DOoh uh-Ahuh

VERSE 2:

And I Atry oh my God do I Bmintry

I try all the Dtime in this instiAtution

And I pray oh my God do I Bminpray

I pray every Dsingle day for revoAlution

PRE 2:

And so I Acry sometimes when I lie in bed

Just to Bminget it all out what’s in my head

And DI I am feeling a little pecAuliar

And so I wake in the morning and I step outside

And I Bmintake a deep breath and I get real high

And I Dscream from the top of my lungs

What’s going Aon

CHORUS 2:

And I say Ahey-ey-ey-ey

BminHey-ey-yeah

I said Dhey what’s going Aon

And I say Ahey-ey-ey-ey

BminHey-ey-yeah

I said Dhey what’s going Aon

And I say Ahey-ey-ey-ey

BminHey-ey-yeah

I said Dhey what’s going Aon

And I say Ahey-ey-ey-ey

BminHey-ey-yeah

I said Dhey what’s going Aon

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“What’s Up?” by 4 Non Blondes is a powerful and emotive song that became an anthem of the early ’90s. Released in 1992 on their only album, “Bigger, Better, Faster, More!” the song was written by the band’s lead vocalist, Linda Perry. Its poignant lyrics express a sense of frustration and longing for change or understanding, resonating deeply with listeners around the world.

For those looking to play “What’s Up?” on the ukulele, the song’s chord progression offers a relatively straightforward arrangement that captures the original’s spirit while adapting it to the unique sound and limitations of the ukulele. The song’s memorable chorus and compelling verses can be effectively conveyed through the ukulele’s four strings, offering a more intimate take on this classic rock anthem.

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