Best Way How to Play Sweater Weather on Ukulele

How to Play Sweater Weather on Ukulele

Introduction

Sweater Weather” is a track by American alternative pop, pop-rock band the Neighbourhood. The track was written by group members Jesse Rutherford, Zach Abels, and Jeremy Freedman, and was produced by Justyn Pilbrow. It serves because of the lead single from their debut studio album, I Love You (2013).

“Sweater Weather” reached number one on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart in June 2013, logging eleven non-consecutive weeks on the summit of the chart. Pentatonix covered the track for their 2018 album Christmas Is Here! with an accompanying music video.

The Neighbourhood – Sweater Weather (Official Video)

Chords For Sweater Weather On Ukulele?

The original key of Sweater Weather is C.

You’ll play the [C], [Am], [Em], [G], [D] ukulele chords while playing Sweater Weather along with your ukulele in the C key, the original tone of the track.

Best Way How to Play Sweater Weather on Ukulele

How Do You Strum Sweater Weather On Ukulele?

Sweater Weather ukulele strumming pattern is D – DU – DU – DU. It’s also possible to try D (down) if the recommended pattern is difficult for you.

Structure of the Song

Verse:

All I am is a man, I want this world in my hands.
I hate the beach, but I stand in California.
With my toes in the sand.

Use the sleeves on my sweater, let’s have an adventure
Head in the clouds, my gravity’s centered
Touch my neck, yeah, and I’ll touch yours
You in those little high-waisted shorts

Chorus:

Oh woah, she knows what I think about.
And what I think about.
One love, two mouths, one love, one house.
No shirt, no blouse, just us, you find out.
Yeah, nothing.

‘Cause it’s too cold whoa oh.
For you here, and now.
So let me hold whoa oh.
Both your hands in the holes of my sweater.

Verse:

And if I may just take your breath away.
I don’t mind if there’s not much to say.
The silence guides our minds.
To move to a place so far away.
The goosebumps start to raise.
When my left hand meets your waist, yeah.
Then I watch your face.
Oh-oh, I watch your face, yeah.

These hearts adore, all the other beats hardest for.
Inside this place is warm, outside it starts to pour.

Chorus:

Coming down
One love, two mouths, one love, one house.
No shirt, no blouse, just us, you find out, yeah
Nothing that all, no, no.

Cause it’s too cold whoa oh.
For you here, and now.
So let me hold whoa oh.
Both your hands in the holes.

‘Cause it’s too cold whoa oh.
For you here, and now.
So let me hold whoa oh.
Both your hands in the holes, of my sweater
Oh no no, no no no.

Bridge:

No no
Whoa-oh, whoa-oh-oh-oh, whoa-oh, oh
Whoa-oh…oh oh
Whoa-oh, whoa-oh-oh-oh, whoa-oh, oh
Oh-oh, na-na-na-na na
Whoa oh, whoa-oh-oh-oh, whoa-oh, oh
Whoa-oh…oh oh
Whoa-oh ooh, I’d die here

Chorus:

‘Cause it’s too cold whoa oh.
For you here, and now.
So let me hold whoa oh.
Both your hands in the holes.

‘Cause it’s too cold whoa oh.
For you here, and now.
So let me hold whoa oh.
Both your hands in the holes, of my sweater

How to Play Sweater Weather on Ukulele

Conclusion

Sweater Weather is a type of song that is simple to be taught, and are most importantly enjoyable to play. Hopefully, this small guide showed you the best way to play Sweater Weather on the ukulele in a simple way. You’ll need a Capo for this track, however, you’ll find those for cheap in your local music store. They don’t need to be too nice, simply good enough to work sometimes.

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