Vincent played in ukulele might be one of the good music you liked. Not only enjoying the music but you can play “Vincent by Barbara Fairchild” using ukulele too. Yeah .. this song by may also be played by that instrument. But, first thing, you need to understand its ukulele chords.

When you are looking for Vincent ukulele chords, you have visit to the right place.

Yups, ukulele is tough to master in the beginning, but gets easier the more time you stick with it. The more you proceeding, the smooth ukulele will feel to play the music.

“Vincent” ukulele chords has rhythm and included in “A Sweeter Love (1972)” album.

Vincent by Barbara Fairchild ukulele Chords

This was requested in the newsletter, you don’t have a Don McLean section,
so I guess you could add one, or this was also recorded by Barbara
Fairchild, so I guess you could put it there. Keep the music alive!
Dan Mooney

Vincent
By Don McLean

Starry starry [G]night, paint your palette [Am]blue and grey Look out on a
[C]summer’s day with [D7]eyes that know the darkness in my [G]soul
Shadows on the [G]hills, sketch the trees and the [Am]daffodils
Catch the breeze and the [C]winter chills, in [D7]colors on the snowy
linen [G]land [C] [G]

Now I under[Am]stand [D7]what you tried to [G]say to me [Em]How you suffered
for you [Am7]sanity[D7] How you tried to set them[Em]free They would not
listen they did [A7]not know [Am7]how [D7]Perhaps they’ll listen [G]now

Starry starry [G]night, flaming flowers that [Am]brightly blaze Swirling
clouds in [C]violet haze [D7]reflect in Vincent’s eyes of china [G]blue
Colors changing [G]hue, morning fields of amber [Am]grain Weathered faces
[C]lined in pain are [D7]soothed ‘neath the artist’s loving [G]hand [C]
[G]

Chorus
[G]For they could not [Am7]love you, [D7]but still your love was [G]true
[F#] [E] And when no [Am7]hope was left in sight, on that [Cm]starry
starry night You [G]took your life as [F7]lovers often [E7]do, But I
[Am7]could have told you, Vincent, This [C]world was never meant for one as
[D7]beautiful as you

Starry, starry [G]night, portraits hung in [Am]empty halls Frameless heads
on [C]nameless walls with [D7]eyes that watch the world and can’t for[G]get.
Like the stranger that you’ve [G]met, the ragged man in [Am]ragged clothes
The silver thorn of [C]bloody rose, lie [D7]crushed and broken on the virgin
[G]snow [C] [G]

Now I th[Am]ink I know [D7]what you tried to [G]say to me [Em]How you
suffered for you [Am7]sanity[D7] How you tried to set them [Em]free They
would not listen they’re [A7]not listening [Am7]still [D7]Perhaps they never
[G]will
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If you want to learn Barbara Fairchild Vincent ukulele chords, the most crucial basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord. These set you up to play a a lot of songs, and each of them is easy to master.

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