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Ring Of Fire - Ukulele Chords

This is a superb tune for the beginner on ukulele to learn - Ring Of Fire.  Simple to play, a great chugging rhythm and great for a singsong with friends.



(songs lyrics provided strictly for educational purposes)



[G]Love is a [C]burning [G]thing
And it makes a 
[C]fiery [G]ring
Bound by 
[C]wild de[G]sire
I fell into a 
[D]ring of [G]fire


[D]I fell in to a [C]burning ring of [G]fire
I went 
[D]down, down, down
And the 
[C]flames went [G]higher
And it [G]burns, burns, burns
The 
[C]ring of [G]fire
The 
[D]ring of [G]fire


[G]The taste of [C]love is [G]sweet
When hearts like 
[C]ours [G]meet
I fell for you 
[C]like a [G]child
Oh but the 
[D]fire went [G]wild


[D]I fell in to a [C]burning ring of [G]fire
I went 
[D]down, down, down
And the 
[C]flames went [G]higher
And it [G]burns, burns, burns
The 
[C]ring of [G]fire
The 
[D]ring of [G]fire


[G]And it burns, burns, burns
The 
[C]ring of [G]fire
The 
[D]ring of [G]fire

3 comments:

candace said...

thanks! this is great! what strum pattern would you use with this song?

bazmaz said...

candace - I dont really go for strum patterns - I prefer to find my own rhythm!

wildfire405 said...

I'm a very new player of the uke, and stumbled on a (oh gosh I'm actually going to type this) "strum, chick-a, strum" to work perfectly with it. Down, down-up, down (repeat) That might make more sense. It sort of matches to the original--to my non-musical ear.

But this was wonderful! I think my wife is impressed. Maybe. That's what an exasperated sigh and rolling eyes mean, right?

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