This is an old blog post from the site that I run for Ukes4Fun. “The Ukulizer” seems to have been pretty much abandoned – the site came up as “Temporarily Disabled” today. However, The UkeGeeks site and Jim Carey’s Songbook site are still very much alive and kicking and well worth a visit! This is just a snippet – you can read the full blog post here:
All the Ukes4Fun Songbooks are in “Landscape” format. If you prefer “Portrait” format, here are a couple of free, easy online tools to make song sheets for printing in portrait format:
- both tools produce chord grids automatically
- neither of them require you to start with “ChordPro” formatted text
- but to make Ukes4Fun song sheets, please use these “ChordPro” files: Ukes4Fun Songsheet txt files,
Update: January 2017
Jim Carey’s Ukulele Songbook Site
Check out Jim Carey’s website. He has about 2,000 songs with ukulele chords. You can download these as a complete songbook as as individual sheets.
More relevant here, Jim has incorporated the Ukegeeks Song-A-Matic Online Editor into the site (see below). This means that you can “tweak” any of these songs before printing, e.g. transpose the key, edit the lyrics, change the chords, move the chords and so on.
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