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Fallen Ukulele Chords by Pana’ewa

homestead“Fallen” is by Pana’ewa, one of the few contemporary local bands to feature the ukulele prominently in the 2000s on their album Homestead.

The picking part played by Justin Centeno that repeats throughout really makes the song tick and the outro solo is one of the most tasteful pieces of uke picking I’ve heard in a modern context.

It’s a pretty simple song and the same chord progression repeats throughout. Each chord gets four beats, but if you’re not sure, just follow the bass. One chord change is on the “doom doom” and the other is on the triplet. Do this twice and you’ll have it down.

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Chords: F C Dm Bb

A |--------|
E |-----1--|
C |-0h2----|
G |--------|

A |---0-0---------0-0-------0-0------------------|
E |--1----1-3----1----1----1----1-3-----1---3-1--| (Repeat throughout)
C |-0---------0-0-------2-0-----------2---2------|
G |---------------------------------3------------|

Girl you always there for me
You comfort me you make me feel irie
You’re like a song to me
You make me see how life can really be

Chorus:
Love me unconditionally
Good to me you set my spirits soaring
On a summer breeze
Girl I think I’ve fallen like autumn leaves
Girl I see your smile in the morning sun
And I feel you close to me when the evening comes
I thought I heard the sound of your voice in the pouring rain
Oh in time I’ll see you again
Oh in time I’ll see you again

Baby takes a walk with me
And talk with me there so much I need to say
Heaven sent you here to me
And I thank the lord oh yes every single day

Chorus

Girl I see your smile in the morning sun
And I feel you close to me when the evening comes
Thought I heard the sound of your voice in the pouring rain
Oh in time I’ll see you again
Oh in time I’ll see you again
Oh in time I’ll see you again
Oh in time I’ll see you again
brad bordessa avatar About the author: Brad Bordessa I’m an ‘ukulele artist from Honoka’a, Hawai’i, where I run this site from an off-grid cabin in the jungle. I’ve taught workshops internationally, made Herb Ohta Jr. laugh until he cried, and once jammed with HAPA onstage in my boardshorts. More about me