Artist dodie
Album An Awkward Duet -Single
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RIntro -x2-: B6  Abm  Abm7

Verse:
B6                   Abm      Abm7  B6
   Do you want to go first?
                   Abm     Eb    
Cause I’m happy to wait, I
B
practiced really hard
        Gb7 
but I’m finding it strange to start with you.

Interlude -x2-: B6  Abm  Abm7 

Verse:
B6                Abm   Abm7  B6
   So how does it go?
                   Abm     Eb    
I’ve forgotten the tune, I 
B
haven’t warmed up today
     Gb7 
so I might sound a bit strange! yes I do...

Interlude:
B6  Abm  Abm7
B6  B7

Chores:
      Bb
cause I -can-
Em      B6         Db7
sing -I- swear it’s true
    F        Gb7 
I’m just a little nervous in front of you

Interlude -x2-: B6  Abm  Abm7

Verse:
B6                 Abm    Abm7  B6
   so who’s on the 3rd?
                      Abm   Eb    
i think I’m better at melody
       B
oh i’m going to get it wrong
         Gb7 
shall we try another song? no?… okay.


Interlude -x2-: B6  Abm  Abm7

Verse:
B6                     Abm    B6
   let’s just go for a take
               Abm     Eb    
and see how we sound my
B
heart is beating fast
   Gb7 
oh vocal chords please last, here we go

Interlude:
B6  Abm  Abm7
B6  B7

Chores:
      Bb
cause I -can-
Em      B6         Db7
sing -I- swear it’s true
    F        Gb7 
I’m just a little nervous in front of you

Interlude:
B6  Abm  Abm7
B6  Abm  Abm7
B  Dbm  B  Dbm
B  Dbm  B  Dbm  B  Dbm  Gb 
B6  Abm  Abm7
B6  Abm  Abm7

Verse:
B6                  Abm  Abm7  B6
   I think I messed up
                 Abm    Eb    
I just wanted to improvise
         F 
shall we try another day?
   Gb7 
-I think I sounded great, so...-

Interlude:
B6  Abm  Abm7
B6  B7

Chores:
      Bb
cause I -can-
Em      B6         Db7 
sing -I- swear it’s true
    F       Gb7 
I’m just a little nervous in front of you

Outro:
Bb6   B6 
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Rae

Ok ok so there’s a lot. I’m just gonna bullet it (includes strumming sequence!)
– the f6 can just be barred on the 5th fret of the ukulele
– I have NEVER used the B chord in this song- just replace it with b flat
– I have also NEVER used the c7 chord in this song- just replace with c (easily done by sliding up 2 frets from b flat)
– f7 can be played on the 5th fret with an added finger on the 6th fret on the a string
– In the video, the f and gm chords are played up in the higher frets, f being a bar of the 5th fret and an added pinkie on the 8th fret of the a string, and the g mimor with an open g string and a finger on the 5th fret of a, 6th fret of e, and 7th fret of c (basically a really high e minor but a different chord, ya feel me?)
– To add to the awkwardness, I saw in a video (I forget where, if you know you can credit) that by pressing down and lifting your fingers on the chords can give it a more awkward feel. Works for me!
– the strumming pattern I use for this is DDDUD DUD DUD and then switching to the normal DDU UDU for the chorus

I’m obviously not a professional, and I don’t know the complete correct terms for everything. This is just what I have to say. So yeah! Hope this was helpful…

Gentaco

Oh my stars, thank you

Katsuki Bakugo

thanks!

Brokenspacebar

why..do..some..of..the..chords..have..different..names..but..are..still.the..same..chord?..it’s..so..confusing!!!P.S…my..space..bar..is..broken..so……yeah..-_-

Moo

thats just music for you..

Pmpha627

PEOPLES!!!!!
Yes the chords are WRONG!!!!
go YouTube: an awkward duet ukulele teacher!!! His voice is TERRIBLE, yes!!! But he has the correct chords!!!!

ellierose

hey man he’s trying alright 😭

Axolotls Animated

This did not sound right to me…soo…

SpicyUkulele

In the video, Dodie just bars the fifth fret to replace the F6 chord

regina

down down down up chuck up up chuck up up chuck

Extremely confused

I do DDDU- UUD-UUD and change the B to Bb

WhatsYourNameMan

Strumming pattern for most of the song: DDDU, UUx UUx

JJ

verses – f6 dm f6 dm bb c7
chorus – bb f6 g7 bb c7
In between each stanza – -F6 Dm- x2
not the best but its what i do, i replace f6 by baring 5th fret

Jade

So play if Y’all want to play this song exactly correct just go to youtube and search the song and then “the ukulele teacher” he will teach I used both this site and his channel.

Alyssa

I found that his technique is easier for those who want to learn how to play and not sing along. When I tried learning The Judge by Twenty One Pilots, I couldn’t sing along because I kept messing up. He teaches how to play the chords before learning how to play and sing at the same time. His videos might work for some, but definitely not all.

Kenna

Here’s my trick for singing and playing at the same time. Take the chords and strip the strumming pattern so it’s just down, then sing while playing the chords with the down strumming pattern. I know Elise Eluckland made a video about this method and it helped me sing and play!

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