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Intro: C  Bm

Verse 1:
C
  Ultimately I don't understand a thing
         Bm
I try to do the best I can

I know you try to do the same
              C
We're just so bound to make mistakes

You could call it a disposition
   Bm
I apologize for all your tears

I wish I could be different
        C
But I'm still growing up
         Bm
Into the one you can call your love
                     C
I don't know if I'll ever be enough
                   Bm
I'm throwing in my chips

I guess I tend to push my luck

Verse 2:
C
  And ultimately I believe we'll be okay
           Bm
It's so cliche to say these things, but repetition is a key
            C
I think I'm better when I'm with you

But I worry when you're gone
          Bm
I think I need to learn to love myself

I must learn to be strong
       C
So for now we'll say goodbye

Although it pains me in my heart
                Bm
Your words they come to me in memories

They sing to me like songs
            C
It won't be long until I'm here

Soon I'll make my arrival
      Bm
Under shady trees

A quiet street

The roads that I have traveled

Verse 3:
C
  Ultimately it's a beautiful thing
             Bm
Like flowers blooming in a lonely field

The petals drift through crossing winds
     C
They find their way to river streams
                                     Bm
That scent the water beautifully, it takes me back to you

It takes me back to you

Outro:
C  Bm
C  
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10 Comments

  1. Does anyone have the finger picking figured out?

    • StanTheMan

      Yes, for the first part you go on the A string and go 8-5-3 and then the second part is on the E string and it goes 5-6-5-3-5

    • after Bb it goes
      4th string 8,5,3
      then after Am it goes
      3rd string 5,6,5,3,5

  2. TheTermsandConditionator

    I love how it counted the A in “A quiet street” as a chord.

  3. donnieboy

    hope this helps
    Right after the Bb After Am
    G——– G————
    C——– C————
    E——– E-5-6-5-3-5
    A-8-5-3- A————

  4. weird nonsense

    ahh this is also how i figured out to play the song by ear from a friend who is very talented in this area

  5. weird nonsense

    why arent the tabs here? i figured out the tabs of which is on the 4th string 8 5s3
    as for the next tabs after Am its on the 3rd string finger picking 5 6 3 5

  6. Ukulavery

    -5 easiest

  7. If you wanna know the riff after the Bb in the song is all on the A chord at the 8th fret,5th,3rd. The next riff is after you strum on the Am and you pluck on the E chord at the 5th fret,6th,5th,3rd,5th (relatively fast).

  8. ProbablyPanickingAtADiscoSomewhere

    After each Bb chord, I usually pluck a short little piece that’s goes along with the song, and I think it sounds really nice :) I’ll leave the notes below:
    A————
    E————
    C————
    G-10-7-5–2
    After this, just play a soft Am and it sounds really peaceful and beautiful!

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