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Intro: C  G  C  G  

Verse:
C     
Why does she make sure to be so immature about these things 
G  
I don't want you to change around it.
C 
In sometimes love will end and all will be forgotten then you 
G  
someday we will laugh about it.

Pre-Chorus:
Fm7           F
and you say, that it's alright
G             F               Em
and I know, that it's a lie
G
from the black in your eyes

Chorus:
C                       F                G
  And you don't have to do this on your own
             Fm7                       C
like there's noone that cares about you
                      F                 G    
and you don't have to act like you're alone
         Fm7                            C
like the walls are closing in around you
                      F                 G         
and you don't have to pretend noone knows
             Fm7                        C
like there's noone that understands you
                      F                 G -let it ring-
and I'm not just some face you used to know

I know all about you
C                     F                 G
               Fm7                              C
and you should know that someone cares about you
F                     G -let it ring-
               I know all about you

Verse:
C 
Here I am still holding on, you're finding ways to break the bones
G  
that's stronger than you realize
C 
You can say that I've not tried, I've let you down, left you behind
G  
but you're the one who sang goodbye

Pre-Chorus:
Fm7           F
and you say, that it's alright
G             F               Em
and I know, that it's a lie
G
from the black in your eyes

Chorus:
C                       F                G
  And you don't have to do this on your own
             Fm7                       C
like there's noone that cares about you
                      F                 G    
and you don't have to act like you're alone
         Fm7                            C
like the walls are closing in around you
                      F                 G         
and you don't have to pretend noone knows
             Fm7                        C
like there's noone that understands you
                      F                 G -let it ring-
and I'm not just some face you used to know

I know all about you
C                     F                 G
               Fm7                           C
and you should know that someone cares about you| x3

Pre-Chorus:

Fm7           F
and you say, that it's alright
G             F               Em
and I know, that it's a lie
G
from the black in your eyes

Interlude -x2-: C  F  G  Fm7

Verse:
C 
Here I am still holding on, you're finding ways to break the bones
G  
that's stronger than you realize
C 
You can say that I've not tried, I've let you down, left you behind
G  
but you're the one who sang goodbye

Chorus:
C                       F                G
  And you don't have to do this on your own
             Fm7                       C
like there's noone that cares about you
                      F                 G    
and you don't have to act like you're alone
         Fm7                            C
like the walls are closing in around you
                      F                 G         
and you don't have to pretend noone knows
             Fm7                        C
like there's noone that understands you
                      F                 G -let it ring-
and I'm not just some face you used to know

I know all about you
C                     F                 G
               Fm7                              C
and you should know that someone cares about you
F                     G -let it ring-
               I know all about you
I know all about you
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2 Comments

  1. I’d say +7 is easiest but Cm7 doesn’t sound right so I just ignored it and played D instead which sounded better

  2. What is the easiest transposed

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