Artist Harry Styles
Album Fine Line
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Intro:
Dm      Cm6
Bbmaj7   Gm7 A7
 
Verse 1:
Dm                                               Cm7    Cm7  
Nine in the morning, a man drops his kids off at school
                     Bbmaj7               Gm7  A7  
And he's thinking of you, like all of us do
Dm                                         Cm
Sends his assistant for coffee in the afternoon
          Bbmaj7                    Gm7  A7  
Around 1:32, like he knows what to do
 
Chorus:
Dm                                     Cm
She -She-, she lives in daydreams with me -She-
                           Bbmaj7
She's the first one that I see, and I don't know why
                     Gm7    A7
I don't know who she is -She, she-
 
Break:
Dm
Gm7  A7  
 
Verse 2:
Dm                                         Cm7
He takes a boat out, imagines just sailing away -Away, away-
                    Bbmaj7
And not telling his mates -Not telling his mates-
                      Gm7                        A7  
Wouldn't know what to say -Wouldn't know what to say, to say-
 
Chorus:
Dm                                     Cm
She -She-, she lives in daydreams with me -She-
                           Bbmaj7
She's the first one that I see, and I don't know why
                     Gm7     A7
I don't know who she is -She-
Dm                                    Cm
She -She-, she's the first one that I see -She-
                            Bbmaj7
She lives in daydreams with me, and I don't know why
                       Gm7     A7
I don't know where she is -She, she-
 
Bridge:
Dm
Lives for the memory
                          Cm
a woman who's just in his head -Just in his head-
                      Bbmaj7
And she sleeps in his bed -His bed-
                  Gm7
While he plays pretend -Pretend-
      A7  
So pretend -Pretend-
 
Chorus:
Dm                                     Cm
She -She-, she lives in daydreams with me -She-
                           Bbmaj7
She's the first one that I see, and I don't know why
                     Gm7    A7
I don't know who she is -She, she-
Dm                                    Cm
She -She-, she's the first one that I see -She-
                            Bbmaj7
She lives in daydreams with me, and I don't know why
                       Gm7    A7
I don't know where she is -She, she-
 
Outro:
Dm     Cm
Bbmaj7  Gm7 A7
Dm     Cm
Bbmaj7  Gm7 A7
Dm     Cm
Bbmaj7  Gm7 A7
Dm     Cm
Bbmaj7  Gm7 A7
Dm     Cm
Bbmaj7  Gm7 A7
Dm     Cm7
Bbmaj7  Gm7 A7
Dm     Cm7
Bbmaj7  Gm7 A7
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Olivia W
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Olivia W

-2 sounds really cool and is pretty easy

Beep boop
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Beep boop

Best strumming for the chorus is DDDUD (imo). Do each strum pretty hard then mute the last one straight after you played it (if that makes sense) to give it a sharp, cut-off edge. If you do that pattern twice for each chord it should sound pretty good.

kiiaruk
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kiiaruk

or use DDU-DDU-DDU

Alkhanisa
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Alkhanisa

I do DD-UD-DUD-DUDD pattern. And i agree -2 sounds pretty cool and easy!!♥️ but i change the Cm into Am

Clara
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Clara

For the strumming pattern I do a D-UUD-UUD-DU for pretty much all the song, except for the Am7 and B7 part, where I cut the strumming onto the two chords (does that makes sense?), so it goes Am7: D-UUD and then B7 UUD-DU
Hope that’ll help :)

Alix Seymour
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Alix Seymour

I use a slow and continuous DT strumming pattern

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