Artist dodie
Album Just Fine
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Verse:
Gb             Bbm      B 
I wrote him a letter
              Gb         Bb7
I cried in the bath
           Ebm       Ab7
I called my mother
              Db7 
And lay in the dark
 
Chorus:
  Ebm            Daug
i took down the pictures, and I
Ebm7             Ab7
Taught myself to breathe
      B               Db 
And I hear he’s doing just fine
       Gb  
Without me
 
Verse:
          Bbm
I catch the daydreams
     B             Gb       Bb7
before hope settles in
              Ebm
I welcome the waves because
      Ab7      Db7 
I know I won’t win
 
Chorus:
       Ebm             Daug
Oh I’d never wish this feeling
   Ebm7         Ab7
On anyone, but see
  B                Db 
I hear he’s doing just fine
 
Bridge:
   Ebm                Daug
Perhaps the problem lies in
    Ebm7          Ab7
The double load I bear
   D
I ripped myself apart and you just
Db               Db7 
Stood there
 
Verse:
Gb               Bbm          B 
I’m counting the mornings
              Gb       Bb7
I wait to feel well
                Ebm
I might not feel quite as bad
      Ab7           Db7 
But I can’t really tell
 
Chorus:
      Ebm              Daug
and I know that I’ll be okay
        Ebm7                Ab7
but it’s pretty far from a breeze
      B               Db 
And I hear he’s doing just fine
    Bb7                   Ebm
It’s breaking me he isn’t mine
       D                    Db7 
but at least he’s doing just fine
       Ebm    Daug  Ebm7  Ab7
Without me
 
Outro:
   B                Db 
At least he’s doing just fine
       Gb  
Without me
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PickleMoo

Absolutely LOVE this song. personally, i like to use an Amaj or an E7 where the Dbaug is. I think it sounds a little nicer. <3

PandaUkulele

I think A7 could be a better replacement

pey10

does anyone know the picking pattern for this?

- l i l y -

Try picking the bottom string (either baritone ukulele or any other size uke) then using your first two fingers swipe them across the top strings. It is a little tricky to explain, but if you give it a go it might make sense :p

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