Vital Signs in ukulele acoustic version may be one of your liked music. Not only hearing the song but you can play “Vital Signs by Frank Turner” using ukulele too. Yeah .. this music by can also be played by that device. But, before that, you need to know its ukulele chords.

If you are searching for Vital Signs ukulele chords, you’ve come to the right page.

Yups, ukulele is tough to learn in the beginning, but gets easier the longer you stick with it. The more you practice, the smooth ukulele will feel to play Vital Signs music.

“Vital Signs” ukulele chords has rhythm and included in “Sleep Is for the Week (2007)” album.

Vital Signs by Frank Turner ukulele Chords

Vital signs – Frank Tuner
Tabbed by Sean O’Reilly
This may not be 100% but seeing as there’s no other tab available for this song,
it’ll have to do. It’ll give you a rough guide to it anyway.

Standard Tuning
EADGBe

The main riff is based around a B5 chord I think

e |——————–|
B |——————–|
G |–4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-|
D |–4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-2-|
A |–2-2-0-2-2-2-2-0-2-|
E |——————–|

The high e and b strings are left open for the F#, G#m and A, this is done by playing
route of the chord with your thumb.
[F#] [G#m] [A]

e |–0—-0—-0—|
B |–0—-0—-0—|
G |–3—-4—-6—|
D |–4—-6—-7—|
A |–4—-6—-7—|
E |–2—-4—-5—|

Intro: B5(Main Riff)

Verse 1:
[B5]This country is my canvas
I leave paint trails as I go.
I’m painting a [E]picture
That you can only [F#]see from outer space.[B5]

[B5]My bedroom is your sofa,
I take my breakfast on the train.
Riff) G#m[E][F#]
I’m tired and I’m dirty, and not a second goes to waste.

Chorus:
I’ll be dead but never [A]dying, and I say that with a [E]smile
It’s just my way of [G#m]trying to be aliiv[F#]e.

Verse 3:
[B5]Well I’ll never get to grey hair
And I’ll never be in the black,
E F# B5(Main Riff)
But I can tell stories that most can hardly dream.

[B5]Dreaming is a luxury,
Like stopping-staring and beauty sleep.
I’ll stop when I’m [E]finished,
F# B5(Main Riff) G#m
And sleep is for the weak.

Chorus:
I’ll be dead but never [A]dying, and I say that with a [E]smile
It’s just my way of [G#m]trying to be aliiv[F#]e.
Heaven’s in the h[A]alf light, and that’s where I [E]reside,
I got a w[G#m]hiskey and a wry smile
I check my vital[B] signs.

Bridge:
And when I’m [F#]gone,
The world revolves, and life goes o[A]n,
So mark no grave,
[A]Forget[G#m] my n[F#]ame.[A]
A G#m F#(Let Ring)
If the song remains

And everybody’s got a drink and a smile,
Well, that’s just fine by me yea[F#]h.

Chorus:
Heaven’s in the h[A]alf-light, and that’s where I [E]reside,
I got a w[G#m]hiskey and a wry smile
I check my vital[F#] signs.

I’ll be dead but never [A]dying, and I say that with a [E]smile
G#m B5(Back to main riff)
It’s just my way of trying to be aliive.

Outro: B5(Main Riff)
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If you wanna learn Frank Turner Vital Signs ukulele chords, the most crucial basic ukulele chords to know are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord. These set you up to play a a lot of musics, and each of them is easy to master.

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