Artist Billie Eilish
Album when the party's over - Single
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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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miles

E chord really be asking to stretch your finger joints bruh

Jack

yup!! I agree

marceline and bubblegum's shared sweater

hi! i wanted to let you know, another way to play the E chord that’s a lot easier is barring on the fourth fret and muting the A string with your pinky finger. sounds exactly the same!

llanesha00044

for real tho

The Ukulele Affair

i always use the hashtag #echordisabitch

I cant do the E chord!!!! UGH!!

Lmaooo!! ✨ f a c t s ✨

Rat

OMG YES

I cant do the E chord!!!! UGH!!

Well, I think that my username pretty much sums it up….

Maroo

If I had tiny hands I could relate. :(

Tesla.Brooks

Honestly

Jillani

i would suggest +1 it works really well with the female voice :)

CapriZun

+3 is the easiest, and sounds nice still

Someone

I sang this for an audition and it sounded amazing and I got into the choir so I must have done it right.

MegFidgetz

It’s an amazing song that really stretches your range of voice (I can’t English today)

Tessa!

tip!! if you cant strech to play e, barre the fouth fret and put you pinky on the seventh fret on the a string :)

gwen

transpose to -4 and capo on fourth frett its was easier

Megan

With that, I use the strum pattern du for each cord and it sounds really good

llanesha00044

i agree -4 is easier!!:)

Ukulele35

For the intro I play A B Dbm B Dbm B Dbm A B Dbm B E Dbm A or if you don’t want to play the chords you can play 4-2-4-2-4-2-4——4-6-7-4-14-6-4 on the A string. Not sure if any of that made sense but hopefully it helps

MusicM45

If you want to for the verses you can add a B chord in between some of the notes like this

A. B. Dbm. B. Dbm. E A
Don’t you know I’m no good for you
A. B. Dbm. B. Dbm. E. A
I’ve learned to lose you can’t afford to
A. B Dbm. B.Dbm. E. A
Tore my shirt to stop you bleeding
A. B. Dbm. B. Dbm. E. A
But nothing ever stops you leaving

I’m not sure if that makes sense or not but I hope it helps :)

Eli

The song is easy to play and hitting high notes are hard but if you practice you can do very well with the song

Kwolftribe

+3 is really easy and sounds really nice in my opinion. I suggest using that one. Have a lovely day 😊❤️

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