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Intro: F Am Dm C Bb

F
I know you're somewhere out there
Am
Somewhere far away
Dm             C
I want you back
    Bb
I want you back
F
My neighbors think I'm crazy
Am
But they don't understand
Dm
You're all I have
        Bb
You're all I have


Chorus:
Gm	               C
At night when the stars
	        Bb
light up my room
               C
I sit by myself
	       Bb      C     Dm
Talking to the Moooooon
	       Bb      C     Dm
Try to get to Yoooouuuu
Bb
In hopes you're on
C
the other side
F       C      Dm
Talking to me too
            Bb
Or am I a fool
           C
who sits alone
 		Dbm, B, G
Talking to the moon


F
I'm feeling like I'm famous
   Am
The talk of the town
          Dm           C
They say I've gone mad
        Bb
Yeah I've gone mad
F
But they don't know what I know
      Am
Cause when the sun goes down
          Dm         C
someone's talking back
               Bb
Yeah, they're talking back


Chorus:
Gm	               C
At night when the stars
	        Bb
light up my room
               C
I sit by myself
	       Bb      C     Dm
Talking to the Moooooon
	       Bb      C     Dm
Try to get to Yoooouuuu
Bb
In hopes you're on
C
the other side
F       C      Dm
Talking to me too
            Bb
Or am I a fool
           C
who sits alone
 		Dbm, B, G
Talking to the moon    
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25 Comments

  1. Ukulele_Wolf_World236

    +1

  2. Wolf Ukulele

    This sounded great! However, the bridge and one of the choruses are missing.

  3. brooklyn_louis

    -4

  4. absolutely beautiful , doesn’t need to change at all !

  5. For the bridge (on -4) I think the chords are

    F Em F
    Ah/Ah/Ah

    G
    Do you hear me callin’

    F Em F
    Oh/Oh/Oh

    G F G Am
    Cause every night Talking To The Moon

  6. The “Ahh Ahh” part just goes back and forth between C#m and E until it resolves into the “talking to the moon” part.

    The diagrams for the E major and Dbm aren’t the best. Just use the other E major 2444 or 7444. No need to stretch into that pattern. The Dbm is much easier played as 5557. It keeps your hands in a nice shape to move up and down the fretboard.
    I have no idea why these chords are written as flats instead of sharps. C#m (Dbm) is the relative minor of E major, which has 4 sharps, so these would be more accurately written as sharp chords, ie: Dbm = C#m, Abm = G#m, Gbm = F#m.

  7. Old man schulz

    +1

  8. Stefanydenisse

    What’s a good struming patern for this song?

  9. I think its easier in -2 but each on their own I guess, and the bridge for -2 would be Bm A E

  10. josephinekong

    Do anyone have the chord of the bridge for -4??

  11. They forgot the “ah ah ah / do you hear me calling / oh oh oh / cause every night im talking to the moon,” the last chorus, and the ending which is “I know you’re somewhere out there / somewhere far away”

  12. madhatter

    Haha this is sokka’s song :P

  13. That was easy guys in my opinion cause like I’m used to playing but for real I need the bridge!!

  14. pearltheukulele

    If you go down 4steps it’s so much easier:)

  15. @Exodus_Mustang +1 is the easiest for me, the fingers don’t have to stretch that far also

  16. Exodus_Mustang

    Is there any easier way?! Mah little fingers can’t get to the stretch of the frets like that. Sheesh.

  17. You didn’t put in the bridge…

  18. Live_to_sing

    I think the easiest version is transposing it down -4 but u kno each to their own

  19. thatonekidme06374

    I think there is an easier version if you transpose one half-step up. That is just me though.

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