Artist Bruno Major
Album To Let A Good Thing Die
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Verse 1:
 C                G   
Track suits and red wine
 Am            C7  
Movies for two
  F                C   
We'll take off our phones
           D7             Gsus4
And we'll turn off our shoes
  C             G   
We'll play Nintendo
 Am             C7  
Though I always lose
       F             C   
Cause you'll watch the TV
  D7              Gsus4
While I'm watching you
 
Chorus:
             C     E7
There's not many people
 Am           C 
I'd honestly say
  F     C     D7sus4 D7
I don't mind losing to
              Dm 
But there's nothing
              Fm      Bb7
Like doing nothing
  C
With you
 
Interlude: Dm  Gm7
 
Verse 2:
  C           G   
Dumb conversations
     Am          C7  
We lose track of time
  F          C   
Have I told you lately
  D7                Gsus4
I'm grateful you're mine
  C              G   
We'll watch The Notebook
  Am               C7  
For the seventeenth time
   F              C   
I'll say "It's stupid"
   D7                Gsus4
Then you'll catch me crying
 
Chorus:
  C           E7
We're not making out
     Am            C 
On a boat in the rain
   F              C          D7sus4  D7
Or in a house I've painted blue
               Dm 
But there's nothing
            Fm      Bb7
Like doing nothing
      C
With you

Interlude: C6  Bm7b5  E7
 
Bridge:
     Am
So shut all the windows
     Am    
And lock all the doors
           Am7         D7sus4
We're not looking for no one
          D7
We don't need nothing more
    Am
You'll bite my lip and
 Am    
I'll want you more
  Am7
Until we end up
      D7sus4        D7
In a heap on the floor
Fm  Bb7  Em    A7   Dm  G
Mmmmmm
 
Outro:
               C             G   
You could be dancing on tabletops
  Am         C7  
Wearing high-heels
  F                 C   
Drinking until the world
  D7            Gsus4
Spins like a wheel
     C             G   
But tonight your apartment
    Am        C 
Had so much appeal
       F         C   
Who needs stars?
     D7sus4       D7
We've got a roof
              Dm 
But there's nothing
            Fm       Bbsus2
Like doing nothing
     Am    E 
With you
 Eb    D 
Mmmm
              Dm 
No, there's nothing
             G7
Like doing nothing
      C
With you
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Oli Baker

this song is great! but does anybody know the plucking pattern at the end of the original song on ukulele??

kelele

I find + 5 the easiest for me!

Lana

What’s +5? I’m confused because I’m new to playing the ukulele could you help me? :)

Jazmine

They mean the transposer. So in the header of the page where it tells you the Artist then Album then Genre right above the chord list, there’s a little scale and you click +5

Erin

I change the E at the end to E7 :) small fingers club hehe

Cloe V Talplacido

i love this song

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