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Intro -x3-: G C Bm G

Verse:
  G  C   Bm G  
Sweet creature
 G           D            C               G
Had another talk about where it's going wrong
     G   C   Bm   G
But we're  still young
    G                      D
We don't know where we're going
         C              G
But we know where we belong

Pre-Chorus:
 Am      Em
No, we started
     G             D
Two hearts in one home
      Am          Em
It's hard when we argue
             G
We're both stubborn
    D      G
I know but oh

Chorus:
  C     Bm G      C     Bm G
Sweet creature, sweet creature
  C Bm Am G  D                G
Wherev-er I go, you bring me home
  C     Bm G      C     Bm G
Sweet creature, sweet creature
     C  Bm Am  G   D                  G
When I run out of rope, you bring me home

Interlude: C Bm G

Verse:
  G  C   Bm G  
Sweet creature
       G                   D
We're running through the garden
       C               G
Where nothing bothered us
     G   C   Bm   G
But we're  still young
  G              D                C               G
I always think about you and how we don't speak enough

Pre-Chorus:
 Am      Em
No, we started
     G             D
Two hearts in one home
      Am          Em
It's hard when we argue
             G
We're both stubborn
    D      G
I know but oh

Chorus:
  C     Bm G      C     Bm G
Sweet creature, sweet creature
  C Bm Am G  D                G
Wherev-er I go, you bring me home
  C     Bm G      C     Bm G
Sweet creature, sweet creature
     C  Bm Am  G   D                  G
When I run out of rope, you bring me home

Bridge: G

Pre-Chorus:
    Am           Em
I know when we started
     G             D
Two hearts in one home
         Am            Em
It gets harder when we argue
             G
We're both stubborn
    D      G
I know but oh

Chorus:
  C     Bm G      C     Bm G
Sweet creature, sweet creature
  C Bm Am G  D                G
Wherev-er I go, you bring me home
  C     Bm G      C     Bm G
Sweet creature, sweet creature
     C  Bm Am  G   D                  G
When I run out of rope, you bring me home

Outro:
C  Bm Am  G   D               G
                you bring me home
G
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17 Comments

  1. Does anyone know the plucking pattern??

    • idk if you’re talking about like for the whole song, but in the intro of the song, where there’s plucking instead of the chords this tab gives: I do it by strumming the G chord once, then plucking the g chord’s C-string, E-string, A-string, E-string, then plucking E and D (7th fret and 5th fret) on the A-string. repeat that twice or so to the rhythm of how it’s done in the song and that’s your intro and your interlude. sorry if i didn’t explain that too well, haha.

  2. Instead of Bm I use D and I think works good to

  3. prettysounds

    i heckin love this song m8

  4. How can I know the strum?

  5. Uke_player._

    Instead of playing a D in the chorus, I like to play a D7 instead. It sounds a bit closer to the song :)

  6. AMAZING

  7. Anjaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

    5+ has the easiest chords :). The chord changes are still tough & very very fast, but the chords are easier to play

  8. Love this! Hopefully we’ll get Two Ghosts soon :)

  9. if you’re looking for an easier time, try it in +5

  10. i love this song!

  11. louis,harry's sweet creature

    finally.

  12. stickynotegirl

    +5

  13. BanjoPlayinUke

    this is the best

  14. YES IM SO EXCITED FOR THIS!!

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