Artist Elvis Presley
Album Blue Hawaii
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Intro: D A D A

Verse:
D    Gbm  Bm         G     D   A
Wise men say, only fools rush in 
    G  A    Bm    G          D    A   D
But I can't help falling in love with you
D     Gbm Bm            G  D  A
Shall I stay, would it be a sin 
   G  A    Bm    G          D    A    D
If I can't help falling in love with you

Bridge:
Gbm            Db7    Gbm            Db7
Like a river flows, surely to the sea
Gbm             Db7   Gbm         B7            Em   A
Darling so it goes, some things are meant to be

Verse:
D    Gbm  Bm            G     D   A  
Take my hand, take my whole life too
    G  A    Bm    G          D    A    D      
For I can't help falling in love with you

Bridge:
Gbm            Db7    Gbm            Db7
Like a river flows, surely to the sea
Gbm             Db7   Gbm         B7            Em   A
Darling so it goes, some things are meant to be

Verse:
D    Gbm  Bm            G     D   A  
Take my hand, take my whole life too
    G  A    Bm    G          D    A    D      
For I can't help falling in love with you
    G  A    Bm    G          D    A    D      
For I can't help falling in love with you
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d i n o

-2 sounds the best in my opinion and instead of using B7 use Am

that one uke player

so after I read this comment I decided to play it… and oh my gosh -2 sounds so freaking good!!! like im not even joking, -2 sounds so good!! definitely try it !!

Spencdoji

I agree

Madeline

It doesn’t seem that way to me. Its your opinion though, so you do you!

mynameisjeff

yes there is an alternative for b7 its 1st finger on 2nd fret E string, 2nd finger on 3rd fret C string, and 3rd finger on 4th fret G string. Its right beside Em. Hope it helps!

katelynn J

I use this and it sounds beautiful! I’ve been trying to play uke for 2 years and I physically cannot play b7 this has saved th8s song for me

Mell

For me I tried using these simple chords and they sounded better in my opinion. Replace D Gbm Bm G D A With C Em Am F C G
Then for the second line do A G A F C G C

It’s much more easier and it sounds great

Madeline

I just use the transposer and changed it to “-2” on the scale. Much easier and that way you don’t have to change up the notes! :3

Charles S Hines

-2 Gets you a start with C and most of the others are simple, like the F following the A in the tagline

sfa

hi

MoonsgiverPlaysUke

Anyone notice that the intro says DADA?

Riley

is there an easy strumming pattern i could use?

nana23

The basic strumming pattern works dduudu ❤️

aussie musician

whats the strumming pattern? and is there a capo?

Mell

I us DDUDU except it’s really slow

ukulele000

its a minor without the middle finger, so its just your first finger on the third string, first fret.

L

WHAT IS THE A CHORD

,(>.>),

Pointer finger, first fret, second string. Middle finger, second fret, first string. Hope that helped! =)

ClearlyOn

first finger on second string first fret, second finger on first string second fret

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