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

Chorus:
     BmBm chord              AA chord              GG chord
And she smells like lemongrass and sleep
BmBm chord               AA chord               GG chord
She tastes like apple juice and peach
BmBm chord              AA chord        GbmGbm chord         GG chord
You would find her in a polaroid picture
     AA chord                      GG chord
And she means everything to me

Interlude:
DD chord
Oohh...

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


BmBm chord               AA chord              GG chord
She smells like lemongrass and sleep
BmBm chord               AA chord              GG chord
She tastes like apple juice and peach
BmBm chord              AA chord        GbmGbm chord         GG chord
You would find her in a polaroid picture
     AA chord                      GG chord
And she means everything to me

Interlude -x2-:
DD chord            GG chord   
Oohh...      Ooohh...

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

Chorus:
    BmBm chord               AA chord              GG chord
And she smells like lemongrass and sleep
BmBm chord               AA chord               GG chord
She tastes like apple juice and peach
BmBm chord              AA chord        GbmGbm chord         GG chord
You would find her in a polaroid picture
     AA chord                      GG chord
And she means everything to me
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45 Comments

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

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

  3. 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.

  4. -2 might not sound exact but it sounds nice and it’s super easy for those who can’t do the original chords

  5. 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
    :-)

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

  7. Firedance171

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

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

  9. +3 is easier

  10. 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!

  11. katejackson

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

  12. 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.

  13. -2 with capo on second fret is perfect

  14. FluffyHowlter

    -2 is easy

  15. 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

  16. 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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