Blue Jean played in ukulele maybe one of the good music you liked. Not only enjoying the song but you can play “Blue Jean by David Bowie” using ukulele too. Yeah .. this music by can also be played by that instrument. But, first thing, you must know its ukulele chords.

If you are looking for Blue Jean ukulele chords, you just visit to the right place.

Yups, ukulele is not easy to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it. The more you practice, the smooth ukulele will feel to play Blue Jean song.

“Blue Jean” ukulele chords has rhythm and included in “Tonight (1984)” album.

Blue Jean by David Bowie ukulele Chords

The Chords are pretty Easy, I’m gonna mostly concentrate on the lead.

Starts with chords:

[CCC] [GG]


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The Verse Riff: (make an open D chord and use your
pinky for the ‘3’ on the first string when needed)


e|---3-2--|-3-2-0-2|---3-2--|----3-2-|-3-2-0-2||:----3-2-:||
B|--3-----|--------|--3-----|--3-----|--------||:--3-----:||
G|-2------|--------|-2------|-2------|--------||:-2------:|| (6x)
D|0-------|--------|0-------|0-------|--------||:0-------:||
A|--------|--------|--------|--------|--------||:--------:||
E|--------|--------|--------|--------|--------||:--------:||

1.Blue Jean, I just met a girl named blue jean…
2. One day, I’m gonna write a poem and a letter…

[CCC] [CCC] [GG]


e|---3-2--|-3-2-0-2|--------|---3-2--|--------|
B|--3-----|--------|--------|--3-----|--------|
G|-2------|--------|--------|-2------|--------|
D|0-------|--------|--------|0-------|--------|
A|--------|--------|--------|--------|--------|
E|--------|--------|--------|--------|--------|

First Saxophone fill (in case you’re in one of those lame-o
bands without a Saxophone ;))

1st Sax fill:


e|-12-------|

B|—12b–10|


G|----------|
D|----------|
A|----------|
E|----------|

2nd Sax fill:
(slide up to the last note
and hold it as long as you can…
squeeze tight for sustain!)


e|-12-------|----/17---|
B|---12b--10|----------|
G|----------|----------|
D|----------|----------|
A|----------|----------|
E|----------|----------|

Chorus:

(no leads here on the original version,
but I put some in as the song is kind of
boring with out them (and if you
don’t have a sax in your band)

So I make my F#m and A like this:

[F#m]-2- -[A]X-
[-2-] [-2-]
[-2-] [-2-]
[-4-]-4- [-2-]-0-
-2- -X-

Use your first finger to make the A chord,
and you’re right in position for some fills
using your A pentanoic MAJOR scale

[F#m] [A]


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Sometime I feel like…

[CCC] [GG]


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OK, now just repeat the Verse and Intro from above again,
but before the chorus use the second sax fill…

Now the bridge:


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||:-5------|--------:|| (x2)
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And back to the chorus…, and your done. Almost.

End on:

[CCC] [GG] [CCC] [GG] [E]


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Great simple song for new lead players. give it a shot…
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If you wanna learn David Bowie Blue Jean ukulele chords, the most important basic ukulele chords to know are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord. These set you up to play a ton of musics, and each of them is easy to learn.

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Enjoy!