Artist Clairo
Album Bubble Gum
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Verse:
C       D           G     Em
Sorry I didn't kiss you
         C        D         G
But it's obvious I wanted to
C          D          G                 Em
Bubble gum down my throat, and it's a curse
       C             D          G
But my luck couldn't get any worse

Chorus:
         C             D         G      Em
'Cause I swallowed the bubble gum
              C                D            G
Oh, and these seven years will be pretty dumb
C            D         G      Em
Pink flowers grow from my skin
C            D         G
Pepto bismol veins and I grin

Verse:
C           D        G   Em
You look so nice in your shirt
     C       D      G
It's sad because it just hurts
C      D      G     Em
I'd do anything for you
    C            D         G
But would you do that for me, too?

Chorus:
         C             D         G      Em
'Cause I swallowed the bubble gum
              C                D            G
Oh, and these seven years will be pretty dumb
C            D         G      Em
Pink flowers grow from my skin
C            D         G
Pepto bismol veins and I grin
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19 Comments

  1. i usually use d, e7, a :)

  2. does anyone know the strum pattern?

  3. billieatmyromance

    For peeps with no capos it sounds better with bottom string second fret

  4. i use D, E7, and A it sounds great

  5. +5 for higher voices

  6. Slicksal

    I put Capo on the second fret and I think that sounds closer to the song

  7. The original is capo 2 Am D G (G7)

  8. The original is Bm E7 A (two down strokes on Bm, two on E7 and four on A) throughout

  9. Bubblegum lover

    I use Bm E7 A throughout the whole song (two down strokes on Bm, two on E7 and four on A) sounds way better in my opinion

  10. WOMPWOMPWOMP

    love this song!

  11. Dm G C C7 sounds better

  12. D D U works well

  13. +2 sounds like OG

  14. I play Dm, G7, C, and C7 which i find fits a lot better.

  15. -7 is easy and sounds good

  16. Jose Zuniga

    Use DDUDU-DDUDU for each chord lol I experimented with these it works

  17. single down strums

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