Coming In To Los Angeles - Arlo Guthrie - Ukulele Chords

5 Jan 2013

Coming In To Los Angeles - Arlo Guthrie - Ukulele Chords

Love this song, and easy on ukulele - just get the rocking feel going.
COMING IN TO LOS ANGELES - ARLO GUTHRIE


(video at the end to help)

Am, D, F - C - E7

[Am] Coming in to London from [D] over the pole
[F] Flying in a [C] big air [E7] liner
[Am] Chicken flying everywhere [D] around the plane
[F] No we couldn't [C] feel much [E7] finer

[Am] Coming in to  Los Ange [D] les
[Am] Bringing in a couple of [D] ki's
[Am] Don't touch my bags if you [D]please mister [F] customs [C] man [E7]

[Am] There's a guy with a ticket to [D] Mexico
[F] No he couldn't [C] look much [E7] stranger
[Am] Walking in the hall with his [D] things and all
[F] Smiling said he [C] was the Lone [E7] ranger


[Am] Coming in to  Los Ange [D] les
[Am] Bringing in a couple of [D] ki's
[Am] Don't touch my bags if you [D]please mister [F] customs [C] man [E7]

(REFRAIN - play chords from the verse and chorus)

[Am] Hip woman walking on the [D] moving floor
[F] Tripping on the [C] escal [E7] ator
[Am] There's a man in the line and she's [D] blowing his mind
[F] Thinking that he's [C] already [E7] made her


[Am] Coming in to  Los Ange [D] les
[Am] Bringing in a couple of [D] ki's
[Am] Don't touch my bags if you [D]please mister [F] customs [C] man [E7]



[Am] Coming in to London from [D] over the pole
[F] Flying in a [C] big air [E7] liner
[Am] Chicken flying everywhere [D] around the plane
[F] No we couldn't [C] feel much [E7] finer

[Am] Coming in to  Los Ange [D] les
[Am] Bringing in a couple of [D] ki's
[Am] Don't touch my bags if you [D]please mister [F] customs [C] man [E7]

Repeat chords to fade

2 comments :

  1. Great song I had completely forgot about. I used to play it on the guitar years ago. This is so much for fun.

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  2. Wow , love this, thank you . I had forgotten about it, but loved it in Woodstock the film. I will start playing it. Iain (Hawaiian Shirt Racer)

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