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Intro: A

Verse 1:
A        Dbm              E
Don't ya know I'm no good for you.
     A          Dbm       E       A
I've learned to lose, you can't afford too
  A       Dbm      E           A
Tore my shirt to stop you bleeding
  A           Dbm   E       A
But nothing ever stops you leaving

Chorus:
  A                      Dbm      E     A
Quiet when I'm coming home, I'm on my own
Gbm                   Dbm                E                  A
I could lie and say I like it like that, like it like that
Gbm                   Dbm                E                  A
I could lie and say I like it like that, like it like that

Verse 2:
A        Dbm  B   E      A
Don't ya know too much already
     A    Dbm      E      A
I'll only hurt you if you let me
A       Dbm         E       A
Call me friend, but keep me closer
E
-Call me back-
         A        Dbm      E       A
And I'll call you when the party's over

Chorus:
    B           Dbm          E         A
Quiet when I'm coming home, I'm on my own
Gbm                   Dbm                E                  A
I could lie and say I like it like that, like it like that
Gbm                   Dbm                E                  A
I could lie and say I like it like that, like it like that

Bridge:
Gbm            Dbm         E      A
But nothing is better, sometimes
Gbm             Dbm          E    A
Once we've both said our goodbyes
B                 A
Let's just let it go
B              A
Let me let you go

Chorus:
A                       Dbm     E    A
Quiet when I'm coming home, I'm on my own
Gbm                        Dbm           E           A
I could lie and say I like it like that, like it like that
Gbm                 Dbm                    E              -A-
I could lie and say I like it like that, like it like that
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17 Comments

  1. put a capo on fret 3 and transpose to -3 OMG ITS SO GOOD

  2. Anyone know a strum?

  3. does anyone know a pattern?

  4. Strum Pattern??

  5. Just wondering if anyone knows a strumming pattern to use?

  6. allie chiong

    i wanna know the strumming pattern
    ,thank u very much !

  7. Strumming patern?

  8. +3 is the easiest and the prettiest

  9. THANK YOU SO MUCH I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS ONE TO DROP!!!!

  10. chuck a capo on 4th fret (or just barre the 4th fret). Play F, Am, C, F for the intro, verses and pre chorus. For the chorus and bridge play Dm, Am, C, F. <3

  11. +1 is easiest for me

  12. ihavetheadvocados

    +3 is really easy

  13. +1 sounds best!!!

  14. tattooed_ukulele2503

    -2 to avoid e

  15. Bridget Goetz

    -2

  16. +3 is the easiest

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