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Intro:
xA|---2---0---2--0--3---1---3---1---2--|
xE|---0-------------1------------------|
xC|---0-------------1------------------|
xG|---0-------------1------------------|

Deep in the hundred acre woods, where Christopher Robin plays
xA|---3---2--0-----------2-------2---2---3---2---0-------0---2---2----|
xE|---0----------2---0---3---0---1-------0-----------2-------3---1----|
xC|---0----------2-------2-------2-------0-----------2-------2---2----|
xG|---0----------2-------0-------0-------0-----------2-------0---0----|

You'll find the enchanted nieghborhood
xA|---2---3---2---0--------0------5----2----2----|
xE|-------0-----------2-----------2---------3----|
xC|-------0-----------2-----------2---------2----|
xG|-------0-----------2-----------2---------0----|

Of Christopher's childhood days
xA|------------------------------------2----|
xE|---------0----2---3---2----0--------3----|
xC|---2-----0------------2--------2----2----|
xG|------------------------------------0----|

A Donkey named Eor is his friend
xA|---2---0---2---0---------------2---------2----|
xE|-------0-----------2----0------3----0----1----|
xC|-------0-----------2-----------2---------2----|
xG|-------0-----------2-----------0---------0----|

And Kanga, and little Roo
xA|---2---3---2---0--------0------2---------2----|
xE|-------0-----------2-----------3---------1----|
xC|-------0-----------2-----------2---------2----|
xG|-------0-----------2-----------0---------0----|

Theres Rabbit, and Piglit, and theres Owl
xA|---2---3---2---0--------0------5----2----2----|
xE|-------0-----------2-----------2---------3----|
xC|-------0-----------2-----------2---------2----|
xG|-------0-----------2-----------2---------0----|

But most of all Winnie The Pooh
xA|------------------------------------2------2-------|
xE|---------0----2---3---2----0--------3---------3----|
xC|---2-----0------------2--------2----2---2----------|
xG|------------------------------------0--------------|

Winne The Pooh, Winnie The Pooh
xA|---0-------------2----------|
xE|---2--0--2--0----2--0--2--0-|
xC|---0-------------2----------|
xG|-----------------0----------|

Tubby little cubby all stuffed with fluffies
xA|---0---------3---3----2----2----0--------2-----------------------|
xE|---2---------2--------2---------2--------3--------2----0----1----|
xC|---2----2----2--------2---------2--------2--------2----0----1----|
xG|---2---------2--------2---------2--------------------------------|

Winne The Pooh, Winnie The Pooh
xA|---0-------------2----------|
xE|---2--0--2--0----2--0--2--0-|
xC|---0-------------2----------|
xG|-----------------0----------|

Willy nilly silly old bear
xA|---0---------3---3----2----2----0--------2----|
xE|---2---------2--------2---------2--------3----|
xC|---2----2----2--------2---------2--------2----|
xG|---2---------2--------2---------2-------------|    
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MrsJaclynn
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MrsJaclynn

Why is it gone?!?

Ilovemyuke
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Ilovemyuke

What do all these lines mean? lol I’m knew here

molly
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molly

For any beginners – these are tabs and are different to chords. Each of the lines represents a string (if you tip your ukulele sideways!) The number is the fret and if there is a number on the string, you strum it. For example – if it looks something like this:
2————
————-
————-
————-
Then you put your finger on the second fret of the bottom(when holding a ukulele ready to play) string and strum only the string your finger is covering. If it looks like this:
3————
0————
0————
0————
Then you cover the 3rd fret of the bottom string and strum all of them. Hope this helps

Duckwacky
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Duckwacky

I don’t understand how to play this. I just started ukulele yesterday so please don’t be harsh ??. So how do you play this? Like strum the strings or what? Please explain!!

Mikayla
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Mikayla

Can you make an easier version of this, where beginners can understand it better?

DiscoBallDan
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DiscoBallDan

If Dan howell could play the ukulele, he would only play this and the black parade ?

4stringsymphony
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4stringsymphony

this is brilliant!

didsomebodysaykatie
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didsomebodysaykatie

It sounds so cute on the ukelele

sherlock
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sherlock

that’s great!!

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