My family rarely comments on my ukulele playing, which is fine. I play a lot of folkie and classical stuff and they're not really into that. But when I played this song, my husband and my sons (in their twenties) perked up. Even Millennials are familiar with Stairway to Heaven, the classic rock song by Led Zeppelin.
The arrangement I play (just a bit of the song, not the whole thing) is by Mike Lynch. He calls it the "Heavenly Riff." It's very easy to play and would be a good first fingerstyle song. The tab for this arrangement by Mike Lynch (Ukulele Mike) is in Ukulele Mike's Solo Instrumental Songbook, which is available by donating to his website. Contact him for details.
Here's an interesting tidbit for music geeks: At the same time I was fooling around with this song, I was also working on a ukulele version of Beethoven's Fur Elise. I noticed that they are both arpeggiated songs in the key of A minor so I played one and segued into the other. It works and Beethoven might not even roll over!
Playing fingerstyle ukulele, with information about the songs and where to find the ukulele tablature so that you can play these songs yourself.