Artist Coldplay
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Intro, pluck around these chords: A Em Em Bm - x2 -


A                    Em - x2 -                                Bm
Lights go out I can't be saved tides that I tried to swim against
A                 Em - x2 -                Bm
Brought me down upon my knees, oh I beg I beg and plead -singing
A               Em - x2 -                       Bm
Come out of the things unsaid, shoot an apple off my head - and a
A              Em - x2 -                       Bm
trouble that can't be named, tigers waiting to be tamed - singing


A      Em - x2 -           Bm       A      Em - x2 -           Bm
  ye hooooooooh    aahh       ye hooooooooh    aahh 
A Em Em Bm - x2 -

 
  A       Em - x2 -                         Bm
Confusion never stops, closing walls and ticking clocks - gonna
A             Em - x2 -                              Bm
come back take you home I could not stop the tune now known singing
A             Em - x2 -                     Bm
Come out upon my seas, curse missed opportunities - am I
A       Em - x2 -                        Bm
a part of the cure, or am I a part of the disease? - singing


A      Em - x2 -           Bm       A      Em - x2 -           Bm
  ye hooooooooh    aahh       ye hooooooooh    aahh 
A Em Em Bm - x2 -
A      Em - x2 -           Bm       A      Em - x2 -           Bm
  ye hooooooooh    aahh       ye hooooooooh    aahh


Cmaj7 - x2 -                     G       D
  and nothing else compares
Cmaj7 - x2 -                   G       D
  oh nothing else compares
Cmaj7 - x2 -                     G       D     C - 4 -
  and nothing else compares


A Em Em Bm - x2 -
A      Em - x2 -           Bm       A      Em - x2 -           Bm
  ye hooooooooh    aahh       ye hooooooooh    aahh


A          Em - x2 -              Bm
Home, home, where I wanted to go  
A          Em - x2 -              Bm
Home, home, where I wanted to go   
A          Em - x2 -              Bm
Home, home, where I wanted to go   
A          Em - x2 -              Bm
Home, home, where I wanted to go   


High Piano Riff x2 and end on A    
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justacoldplayfan
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justacoldplayfan

the lyric isn’t “ye hoooooh arrrrrre”.
it’s “you are” just stretched out.

Dara
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Dara

It’s so different on the piano. It’s kinda confusing. BTW “ye hoooooooh” is a great choice :<

UkuTips
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UkuTips

If (for my ukulele not sure bout everyone else.) you wanna play with the song transpose +1 or use a capo on fret one.

music is life
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music is life

I have a really good strumming pattern that fits perfect with the song

DUU DUU DU for each chord

lily
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lily

that fmaj7 can also be played as an f in my opinion

mia
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mia

agreed

Ukulily
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Ukulily

Yes, very useful thanks, because it is a really hard chord to play!

Kadu
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Kadu

The intro sounds better if you use D in the shape of C + C + Em

LIVEfromtheTARDIS
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LIVEfromtheTARDIS

great chords, some lyrics are a little off. For example, the ye hooh ahh is actually “you are” and its I could not stop what you now know ;) but either one works

Brea
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Brea

I actually was playing hometown by twenty one pilots and realized this song goes *perfectly* with those chords, C Gm Bb F

LIVEfromtheTARDIS
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LIVEfromtheTARDIS

oh my gosh you’re a genius I freaking love that song!

UkuSammy
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UkuSammy

I think it sounds better with D Am C Em

mathiuslee
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mathiuslee

+2 is the easiest

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