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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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41 Comments

  1. Alternative for Ddm?

  2. Alternative for Ddm?

  3. This song is amazing, and I’m happy I get to play it on the ukulele

  4. is there an alternative fir E? my fingers can’t really stretch that far

    • E7 is easier, and still sounds good :)))

    • FrickFrackPaddyWhack

      you can bar the fourth fret then put your pinky finger on the seventh fret of the A string

    • Hayden Grace

      I play E with my thumb on first fret C, pointer finger on second fret A, and ring finger on 4th fret C. It allows for me to reach where your pinky normally goes, but my hands, too, aren’t big enough to do that.
      I hope that helps. :)

    • Another way of playing E is with your fingers on the G,C and E strings on the fourth fret and your pointer finger on the second fret on the a string!

  5. When you play the Dbm, use your pinky on the 4 fret of the A string. This will allow you to strung all 4 strings without it sounding strange.

  6. nasjdfhasjdfk

    +1 is pretty easy and sounds great

  7. So pretty

  8. Use single down strokes as the pattern it sounds really nice

  9. i love it. love the additional chord on the 2nd chorus.

    Thank you sooo much

  10. Phanic! at the My Chemical Fall Øut Discø

    i recommend +3 (for higher voices) or -4 (for deeper voices) because they are the easiest and sound the nicest.
    as for a strumming pattern i like to use:
    DDUDDU (next note) DDUDDU (next note) DDUDUDU (next note) DDUDDU (next line)

    i am really bad at writing down the strumming pattern that i use because i am trash but i hope this helped

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