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Hey UUers!

The summer is heating up and around the Underground that usually means even more summertime jams for you to rock out to on your uke! This time we're bringing you Come and Get Your Love by Redbone. The song is relatively simple - with easy chords in the key of D, a really simple strumming pattern, and a ridiculously simple (though incredibly catchy) 3-note main picking riff. But the chord changes are quick and the picking is played fast, so check out the tutorial, learn the parts, and practice them to get it down solid! This is a great song to jam with other players so be sure to share it with your friends.

At the end of this month (July 28-30, 2017) Aldrine will be in the Czech Republic for the Czech Ukulele Festival, so if you're in the area, be sure to stop by and hang out! More details and ticket information available at Have fun with this this month's song lesson, be sure to play along with the Play-Along video, and let us know what you think! Keep strummin'

-UU Staff


  1. OK, I like this song; the chord transitions are great. I love just practicing the chords with different rhythms. Thanks, Aldrine.

  2. Wow, that transition from Bm7 to Em is giving me trouble. My fingers want to lay down one at a time on the Em instead of all together.

    I will keep working on it,

    1. Hey Ingeborg,

      The play-along was filmed at Kamalani Playground on the East side of the island. Fun fact, over 7,000 volunteers helped to build the playground in 1994, and the mosaics throughout the park were done by the children on Kauai.

      -Kira (UU Staff)

  3. My Internet is slow and I am trying to get to the part with the strumming pattern. Can someone tell me the strumming pattern?

    1. Hey Shane,

      The strumming pattern is Down-Up-Chunk-Up, and it gets repeated once for every chord. It comes up at 2:00 into the lesson video. Aldrine plays the up strum after the chunk as an open chord. I know your internet is slow, but you can watch a short video HERE if you want to see the technique.

      So you are doing Down-Up-Chunk-Open Switch

      Hope this helps!

      -Kira (UU Staff)

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