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Verse:
D                                     G
    am I allowed to look at her like that
D                                                 G
    Could it be wrong when she's just so nice to look at

Chorus:
     Bm              A              G
And she smells like lemongrass and sleep
Bm               A               G
She tastes like apple juice and peach
Bm              A        Gbm         G
You would find her in a polaroid picture
     A                      G
And she means everything to me

Interlude:
D
Oohh...

Verse:
D
   I'd never tell
                    G
No I'd never say a word
D
   And oh it aches
                            G
But it feels oddly good to hurt


Bm               A              G
She smells like lemongrass and sleep
Bm               A              G
She tastes like apple juice and peach
Bm              A        Gbm         G
You would find her in a polaroid picture
     A                      G
And she means everything to me

Interlude -x2-:
D            G   
Oohh...      Ooohh...

Bridge:
     Bm      A
and I'll be okay
  G
Admiring from afar
       Bm              A       
Cause even when she's next to me
          G
We could not be more far apart
      Bm               A                 D             G
Cause she tastes like birthday cake and storytime and fall
       A
But to her
                      G
I taste of nothing at all

Chorus:
    Bm               A              G
And she smells like lemongrass and sleep
Bm               A               G
She tastes like apple juice and peach
Bm              A        Gbm         G
You would find her in a polaroid picture
     A                      G
And she means everything to me
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46 Comments

  1. robinmurphy

    Transpose -2, and lightly strum a slow dduudu. exept on the last bridge do one down strum per note

  2. I think using -2 is the easiest, but instead of playing a C chord mute the A string and play open

  3. Do you strum or pick? Please help me this Song would be Perfect with the “right picking pattern” (Hope yall know what I mean)

  4. I always barre the 2nd fret in place of a Bm for this one, it’s loads easier. Also, the last line is repeated 2 more times with the same chords in the original song, if anyone was wondering.

  5. -2 might not sound exact but it sounds nice and it’s super easy for those who can’t do the original chords

  6. thefairlylocalgarbagedisposal

    I listened to it again, the tab sounds like
    C, EA C, EA,EA
    I play on bari uke tho, so it would be
    G, BE G, BE,BE
    :-)

  7. both on uke and guitar its sounds beautiful. i love dodie sm

  8. Firedance171

    -2 is easier if you cant do the bm quite right

  9. This sounds so lovely on the baritone ukulele <3

  10. +3 is easier

  11. An easier way to play it is intro – G
    Verse – D,G
    Chorus – Bm, A, G x3, Em, D
    “I’ll be ok…” – chorus chords and timings
    A nice plucking pattern is down strum, C, EA, C, EA, C, EA, C
    btw I got all this from a notjustbland video that was really helpful!

  12. katejackson

    I did -4 because i like the sound of it, it’s easy, and it’s easier for us with lower ranges

  13. bubblesbblue

    Chords are actually wrong, in She the chords are like this:
    D, F#m and G

    And is like:

    D F#m G
    Am I allowed? To look at her like that?

    And the part “She smells like lemongrass and sleep” till the “She means everything to me is:

    Bm, A and G

    Like this:

    Bm A G
    She smells like lemongrass and sleep…

    You repeat the chords from the beggining in the “I’d never tell…” part

    In the ” And I’ll be okay…” part you do Bm, A and G

    Also when the “Oh oh oh oh” part you just repeat G and F#m.

    That’s all.

  14. -2 with capo on second fret is perfect

  15. FluffyHowlter

    -2 is easy

  16. what strumming pattern should I use for this?

    • I don’t strum this song cus its really slow but i use pattern that goes like : C-E-A-E- So you go like up and down i don’t know if that made sence sorrryyyy

  17. Ms. Believer

    -2 is the easiest in my opinion.
    It makes it a little harder to sing, especially if you are a soprano or tenor. With practice, your voice can do almost anything though, so if you like a song, and want to sing it, you can still do it! Don’t let the key discourage you. That is what transposing is for!

    • For -2 on this song, I usually put a capo on the 1’st or 2’nd fret. It usually does the trick for those lower notes

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