Artist Jon Cozart
Album Tourist
Genre(s)
Note Alternative chording: Dmin7: 5555 C#min7: 4444 Cmin7: 3333 D6: 2222
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Verse:
Db                       Bbm  
At least I avoided cliché
        Db                       C         C7
Holding nobody's hand along the Champs-Élysées
Gb
Taking my time
         Gbm7         
Breaking bread, sipping wine
          Db
Meant for two

Interlude:
    Dbaug Bbm   Dbaug 
    Db Dbaug Bbm   Dbaug

Verse:
       Db                  Bbm  
It's a beautiful city for saps
    Db                              C         C7
But turn out the lights, we're too clever for that
      Gbmaj7                     Ab7
And I know, I know we're not in love
    Gbm7                Db
But we'd fool this old town
         Bbm         Gb                 Ab7
With the view of us, thoughts from the tourist
Gbm7  
Alone

Interlude -x2-: Db Dbaug Bbm   Dbaug

Verse:
         Db                         Bbm  
We could fall for the streets of Paris
        Db                       C           C7
But the Eiffel's a joke and the punchline is me
Gbmaj7                           Ab7
And you know, you know it's not funny
    Gbm7                 Db
But we'd laugh 'till it was
         Bbm        Gb                 Ab7
Just the two of us, thoughts from the tourist
Gbm7  
Alone

Interlude:
    Db Dbaug Bbm   Dbaug
    Db Dbaug Bbm   Db7

Bridge:
Gbmaj7                       Gbm7   
And I know, I know that we tried
     Fm7     Em7   Gb6              Ab7
To survive on a     lie we couldn't endure
   Gbm7  
So what's just one more
Db                Bbm      Gb             Abmaj7
Thought from the tourist, imagining the two of us
Gbm7  
Alone?

Outro:
    Db Dbaug Bbm   Dbaug
    Db Dbaug Bbm   Dbaug Dbadd9
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DallonMakesMeWeeke

There’s a much better version, like flyinhawaiian said.It also provides a ‘strum pattern’ of sorts, so you can play exactly how Jon did.I feel this version is inaccurate

caligumu

I think Aaug sounds better in this if you play the A string open :) (i’ve been plucking the 2nd string than the 3rd and 4th together twice)

tattooed_ukulele2503

+3 is probably the easiest you can get

Mary

Gbmin is the same as F#m for all of those wondering

Mary

Also, Ab7 can be substituted for just barring the 3rd fret if you’re having issues

sspooner554

instead of Dmin7 play Dm

kascourtney

strumming pattern? anybody got one that works?

nokeydope

pluck second string then then third twice then play bottom three strings for each chord in intro then i think d u d u d on bottom three strings ?

mbglowworm

DDUDU

abulele

(In terms of tab) pluck the C string, then strum twice [repeat this for the intro and first line until Ab and Ab7 which you just need one down strum for each]
Then the rest of the chords (D, Dm.. etc) are just D, D-U, D-U

So; 3, D-D, 3, D-D

If this all makes no sense then watch the Ukulele Teacher’s video on this song on youtube

ash

the dmin7 is actually a D minor (aka 2210)

Bippus

PLEASE HAVE THE CHORDS I AM LOOKING THEM UP BECAUSE I LOVE THIS SONG AHHHH

twentyonepilotstrash

Thank you!!

Hamilshlyn

where are the chord charts for the rest of the chords in the song?

sspooner554

there are some chords just typed in underneath the big chords, but before the song actually starts

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