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C               F     
Where it began, I can t begin to know it
C                          G
But then I know it s going strong
C                  F
Was it the spring, and spring became a summer?
C                              G
Who d have believe you d come along?


C     Am
Hands,  touching hands
G             F                     G
Reaching out, touching me, touching you


C         F                                G
Sweet Caroline, good times never seemed so good
C      F                            G 
I m inclined, to believe they never would
F   Em  Dm
But now I m


C                  F                              
Look at the night, and it don t seem so lonely
C                       G
We fill it up with only two
C                F                                                         
And when I hurt, hurting runs off my shoulder
C                           G
How can I hurt when holding you?


C    Am
Warm,  touching warm
G             F                     G         
Reaching out, touching me, touching you 


C         F                                G
Sweet Caroline, good times never seemed so good
C      F                             G 
I m inclined, to believe there never would
F   Em  Dm
But now I m


C    Am
Hands,  touching hands
G             F                     G
Reaching out, touching me, touching you
C         F                                G
Sweet Caroline, good times never seemed so good
C     F                              G
I m inclined, to believe there never would


F  Em Dm
Oh no no


G     F   G C
Sweet Car o line..
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18 Comments

  1. SWEEEEEEET CAAARROOLLIIIINNNNEEEEE
    BAH
    BAH
    BAHHHH

  2. -1 is the best version

  3. Barry Nash

    Lovely Song for Begineers

    Add a Quick Single Strum on F – C – F Chord between:
    ‘Sweet Caroline’ and ‘Good times never been so good’

    It’s important, almost a signature to the song.

  4. its continuous down strokes for the verses (one for each beat) and DDUUDU for the chorus

  5. Crankthatfrank

    No

  6. MushroomUkulele

    I prefer +5 :)
    (Its also the key that dodie used in her cover like 2-3 weeks ago, if anyone was wondering)

  7. For those who like dodie clark’s version, 5+ is the way to go!

  8. This is great! Does anybody know what the intro could be?

  9. Anyone know the strumming pattern?

  10. -5 is great.

  11. does anybody know what the *bum-bum-bum* riff would be? Thanks!

  12. I absolutely love this song, but playing it in -1 in my opinion sounds the best

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