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    Hi! I was given a Ukulele for Christmas and have a mini lesson booked with a friend on Friday night!
    Can anyone suggest any good songs that would be easy to learn?
    thanks!
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    http://www.doctoruke.com/beginners.html

    One of the first songs I learnt was When the saints go marching in.
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    Great, thank you!
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    Five Years' Time by Noah and the Whale is a good one.

    Three chords and a simple but interesting rhythm.

    If you want to try plucking, the riff of Sweet Child O' Mine is fairly simple.
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    Five Years' Time by Noah and the Whale is a good one.

    Three chords and a simple but interesting rhythm.

    If you want to try plucking, the riff of Sweet Child O' Mine is fairly simple.
    Thank you! I will suggest it to him! I used to play the guitar, so im hoping I pick it up quickly!
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    Wonderwall is practically a traditional song for those starting out on stringed instruments nowadays. The ukulele is no exception...

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