Uke of Wallington

Uke of Wallington, round Britain with a ukulele. Published May 1st. AA books



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6 responses to “Uke of Wallington

  1. Steve Townsley

    I loved this book – read it in record time. Great observation and humour. When will the early ones (Boogie etc) be available as Kindle downloads?

  2. Ian

    Ta for the Uke of Wallington, I really enjoyed reading it. What chords do you use for “It’s all your fault”? Sorry to be cheeky but as you know Uke players are always on the scrounge!

    • VERSE
      (D) It’s all you fault if I’m not sleeping
      (B7) Living on dreams instead of eating,
      I’m (E7) just a wreck, (A)
      And it’s all your (D) fault.

      (Am) When you (D7) said that (Am) we were (D7) through
      (Gmaj7) I thought I’d find somebody new,
      (Bm) But I found (E7) out that (Bm) wouldn’t (E7) do,
      I’d (A) rather be alone than have somebody new.

      It’s a Cindy Walker song, many people have recorded it, in all styles.
      Good Luck.

  3. john

    Hi Mark
    I’ve just finished reading Uke, brilliant! makes you want to hit the road even at the grand old age of 66
    I have read all your books and 500 miles walkies inspired me to take up rambling and watched The Missing Postman several times but the I wish I could get hold of a copy of the tv adaptation of Happy Birthday Mr Shakespeare and believe me I have tried all sources but to no avail
    Any ideas where I could get a copy?
    Dont stop writing!

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