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Verse 1:
A               Amaj7
  Wait a minute,     let me finish
        D                          E
I know you don't care, but can you listen?
A                  Amaj7
  I came committed,     guess I overdid it
         D                              E                  -nc-
Wore my heart out on a chain, around my neck, but now it's missin', hmm

A                    Amaj7
 -Da-da da-da da-da- hmm
                   D       E
-Da-da da-da da-da umm- oh,  hmm-hmm hmm-hmm

Chorus 1:
    A                  Amaj7
So I think I better go,     I never really know
        D                                     E
How to please you, you're lookin' at me like I'm see-through
A                      Amaj7
  I guess I'm gonna go,     I just never know
        D                 E
How you feel, do you even feel anything?

A                   Amaj7
  Da-da da-da da-da dumm
                  D         E
Da-da da-da da-da dumm, hmm-hmm hmm-hmm

Verse 2:
A                                  Amaj7
  You said, "don't treat me badly",     but you said it so sadly
     D                                           E
So I did the best I could not thinkin' you would   have left me gladly
A                         Amaj7
  I know you're not sorry,     why should you be?
              D                           E            -nc-
'Cause who am I to be in love, when your love never is for me, me

A                   Amaj7
  Da-da da-da da-da dumm
                  D         E
Da-da da-da da-da dumm, hmm-hmm hmm-hmmm

Chorus 2:
    A                  Amaj7
So I think I better go,     I never really know
        D                                     E
How to please you, you're lookin' at me like I'm see-through
A                      Amaj7
  I guess I'm gonna go,     I just never know
        D                 E    -nc-
How you feel, do you even feel anything?
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  1. i think a better strumming pattern is ↓↓↑↓↓↑↓↓↑ but its kind of harder to use

  2. The Ab doesn’t really sound right with the rest of the song, so I tried to figure out the chord that is actually played in the song.

    I’m pretty sure this is the closest to the studio version:
    Eb Ebmaj7 Fm Bb

  3. – 3 with a capo on the 3rd fret

  4. A Person

    Anyone got a replacement for that Bb?

  5. Definitley not the chords. do c, cmaj7, dm,g for the whole song

  6. girl pablito

    aren’t the real chords something along the lines of C, Em, Dm,G for the entire song

  7. Matt the gay smol bean

    Am I the only one who is wondering why the hell there aren’t any comments…..?

  8. im so confused bc i dont know what -3 means can someone tell me

    • At the top of the page, under the song title and artist, it says ‘transpose’ and has a bunch of numbers written out.
      -3 is the one with the easiest notes to play

    • Allllii3

      -3 is used when talking about how the song is transposed ( as well as -1 and so on and also +1 and so on ) , you can transpose a song to sound higher or lower by changing the chords used without changing the tone of the song , a lot of people also transpose songs to find an easier chord progression with the same sound , this site has an automatic transposer meaning you can choose what transposition to set the song to , when people are commenting -3 they mean that the song is easier to play and sounds better when the song is transposed to -3

    • ThereAreBirdsInMyGarden

      There where the name of the artist is and then way underneath that next to ‘transposer’. You can click on the -3 to see other chords.

    • shortieQueen

      they mean to transpose to -3. You should be able to see it below the “Note” section at the top.

    • So, at the top of the page, you’ll see -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or something of the sort. Usually if you see in the comments something like “-3 is easier” or “2 is better sounding” then you scroll up and click that number to see if it helps you. Essentially what it does is change the key to easier ones. Not sure the technicality behind it but I hope this helps!

    • See Through

      What the – means is -whatever the # of halfsteps you transpose it down to. And how many half steps you transpose the song to you have to put a capo on that fret to keep it in key and in tune. Example: -3 makes it easier and you put the capo on the third fret doing those chords.

      Hope I helped!

  9. cats_are_best

    if you change ab with ebmaj7 it sounds better

  10. The alternative way of playing the E flat major chord is to bar the third fret and use your fourth finger on the sixth fret on the A string to play that higher E flat. Then it’s easier to just switch go down that half step with your third finger to play the E flat major 7th chord as written on here. That’s just how Billie played it on the song, but if you’re not a huge fan of barring your chords and you want it easier, this tab is just fine. :)

  11. rubbadubdub

    -3 is the easiest and sounds great!

  12. -3 is the easiest by far. I do recommend a dm instead of the f. Just as easy and sounds nice

  13. -3 for an easy play :)

  14. DDT

  15. Jasper Ione

    -3 and +2 are the closest to the studio version of the song, if anyone was wondering. +2 is harder to play than -3, but it does sound pretty!

  16. I’m not sure about how to strum,is it ↓↓↑↑↓↑?

  17. sarah pena

    -3 is easiest but -6 sounds better if you do E7 instead of E

  18. i like pizza

    -3 is easy and sounds good in my opinion

  19. spookified.kai

    the strumming pattern is dduudu udu udu

  20. Absolutely Smashing

    -3 is the easiest

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