Artist Harry Styles
Album Fine Line
Genre(s)
Note You can make it more basic by replacing Gmaj7 with G and Bm7 with Bm. Sounds just as good, a bit less melancholic.
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Intro: Gmaj7 Bm7 D
 
Verse 1:
Gmaj7                 Bm7
Put a price on emotion
Bm7                            D
I'm looking for something to buy
Gmaj7                 Bm7
You've got my devotion
Bm7                            D
But man, I can hate you sometimes
Gmaj7                 Bm7
I don't want to fight you
Bm7                            D
And I don't want to sleep in the dirt
Gmaj7                 Bm7
We'll get the drinks in
Bm7                           D
So I'll get to thinking of her
 
Chorus:
D                   Gmaj7
We'll be a fine line
Gmaj7               Bm7
We'll be a fine line
Bm7                  D
We'll be a fine line
 
 
                    Gmaj7
We'll be a fine line
                   Bm7
We'll be a fine line
                    D
We'll be a fine line
 
Verse 2:
Gmaj7              Bm7
Test of my patience
Bm7                                 D
There's things that we'll never know
Gmaj7                 Bm7
You sunshine, you temptress
Bm7                      D
My hand's at risk, I fold
Gmaj7                Bm7
Crisp trepidation
Bm7                        D
I'll try to shake this soon
Gmaj7              Bm7
Spreading you open
Bm7                           D
Is the only way of knowing you
 
Interlude: Gmaj7   Bm7   D
 
Chorus:
D                  Gmaj7
We'll be a fine line
Gmaj7                Bm7
We'll be a fine line
Bm7                  D
We'll be a fine line
 
 
D                  Gmaj7
We'll be a fine line
Gmaj7                Bm7
We'll be a fine line
Bm7                   D
We'll be a fine line
 
 
D                  Gmaj7
We'll be a fine line
Gmaj7               Bm7
We'll be a fine line
Bm7                  D
We'll be a fine line
 
 
D              Gmaj7
We'll be alright
Gmaj7           Bm7
We'll Be alright 
Bm7                 D
We'll be a fine line
 
                D
We'll be alright
 
Outro:
D                 Gmaj7
-We'll be alright-
Gmaj7              Bm7
-We'll be alright-
 
 
D               Gmaj7
We'll be alright
Gmaj7           Bm7
We'll be alright
 D
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mich

I love this song. i thought it would be hard but the way they put it is good because you only have to move too fingers. this gave me chills! im so happy. plaese spam the happy face so that other people can see it.

C Kon

This was an easy song. Highly recommend for beginners and experts alike.

Max

You have no idea how happy this just made me.

Emilie Biedermann

With a capo on the 2nd fret it’s even easier! It’s just F Am C!

Foolsgoldsupremacy

omg that’s so much easier

TPWK

So to my fellow guitar players who ise this sights as a reliable chord tab sight the original is capo at 7th and you playing a Cadd11 or a normal C- first and then an Em nad then a G with out 3rd finger and then you add third while playing that g but not in the normal spot you add it on the B string rather than the E

TPWK

Just a little thing to add the strumming pattern is DDU UDU (id play it woth out a pick makes it softer and a bit more mellow and emotional)

Grace

Strum pattern?

Roaa Ramadan

DD UU DU

egianicos123

+5 is good for begginers

harry styles' wife :)

girl what the original is easy as it is

One direction obsession

tpwk

olivia

just because its easy for you it doesnt mean it’ll be easy for other people

Ramster242

I totally agree. It’s all on the same fret and most of them, you just use one finger.

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