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Intro: D G D G

Verse:
D           Bm             G
I feel like a six out of ten
D             Bm           G
I gotta get up early tomorrow again

Chorus:
Em        D              G
What goes on behind the words?
Em        D             G
Is there pity for the plain girl?

Interlude: D G D G

Verse:
D           Bm            G
Can you see the panic inside?
D         Bm             G
I'm making you uneasy aren't I?

Chorus:
Em        D              G
What goes on behind the words?
Em        D             G
Is there pity for the plain girl?
Em              D                   G
I'll close my mouth, I won't say a word
Em        D             G
A nod of pity for the plain girl.

Interlude: D Am G

Bridge:
D                         
I know that you don't want me here
   Am                  G
I know that you don't want me here
D
I know that you don't want me here
   Am                  G
I know that you don't want me here

D                       Am   G                  D
Oh I'll just call a taxi, I gotta be up early tomorrow again. 
D                       Am   G                  D
Oh I'll just call a taxi, I gotta be up early tomorrow again. 

Chorus:
Em        D              G
What goes on behind the words?
Em        D             G
Is there pity for the plain girl?
Em              D                   G
I'll close my mouth, I won't say a word
Em        D             G
A nod of pity for the plain girl.
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J1234321J

I pluck 3132 throughout the whole song. I leave out the Bm in the verse and do the plucking pattern once on D and G. For the chorus I do it once per chord with the Em and G before and after each line (the only chord I play while singing is the D in the chorus and the G and D in the bridge)

claire <3

-2 is easiest babes <3

Doddle

What version sounds best on a soprano ukulele??

cannonphan

0!

Bree

soprano uke players of the world unite

Maeve027

It actually sounds okay in the original key if you leave out the Bm chords completely. I play it like this along with the song and it sounds fine , whether it’s on piano , ukulele or guitar , I’ve tried all ,…..just a little tip if you want .
~M~

soso

if you are an alto like me +5 sounds really good and is easy to play

london

any bm alternatives?

tinyelfboy

I just bar the chord, when alternating from D to Bm I just put my finger down more

mstr.7

I find that it sounds better if you used:
DDU UDU UD U U U UDU UDU UDU UDU
D Am G
for the intro, verse, and interlude bits. Also during the bridge I change to Am on “want” and the to G on “know” and keep the G for the rest of the line. And for the taxi bit I change to Am on “I’ll” and then to G between “taxi” and “I”.

BcawJoseph

I love it thaankssssss

RaisaIRL

Instead of strumming I pluck every string with my thumb and fingers a bit of beat so it still sounds gentle and soft

Anjaaaaaaaaaaa

In my opinion, you don’t need the Am or the Bm chord (in the verses), but you can play it with both if you want to

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