If you can find guitar chords online, then just play those chords but on a ukulele. You will only need to know the fingerings of the chords.
The chords are G, C and D :)
F G and C arecthe chords only
Ukulele Tabs web site has it at the link below.
The name of the chord is not going to change. Any good ukulele chord chart will help you determine the fingering.
The chords are D# Cm G# and A# :)
The link below has the links to the ukulele chords for Happy.
All chords are the same, they are normally the same notes, how you play them is the challenge.
The chords are F C Gm A# D#add9 and G7 :)
You can find the tabs and chords at Ukulele Hunt at the link below.
In the 'Related Links' section, there is a link to a website containing the ukulele chords for 'This is the First Day of my Life' by 'Bright Eyes'.
There are two version available on Chordie. When you go to the bag, you can select chords for the ukulele in C or D tuning on the right side of the page.
The chords are C G Am and F and the strumming pattern is DDUUD.
The link below will give you chords and lyrics for the ukulele.
There are literally hundreds of them, which ones are you interested in? There are chord charts available on most ukulele web sites.
Chords are chords and are made up of musical notes. If you consult a chord chart you will learn how to make the appropriate chords for any instrument you use.
The chords are: F C Gm A# D#add9 and G7
C, D, F, A and G are the simplest, and their 7th chords are pretty easy as well.
the ukulele chords are C, G, F, and Em. ( i have no idea what the guitar chords are. srry )
A chord is a chord and is made up of the same notes regardless of what instrument you are playing it on.
Hotel Transylvania has a dozen songs in it. You should look for the specific song title you want the chords for.
The link below takes you to a site that has the tabs you are looking for.
The chords are G D7 G.
Simple play the correct notes or chords for the song. A simple chord chart will provide you with the correct chords to strum.
The chords are A E F#m and D.