Artist Mindy Gledhill
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A
Everything you do it sends me
Amaj7
Higher than the moon with every
D
Twinkle in your eye
E
You strike a match that lights my heart on fire 


A                                    Amaj7
When youre near, I hide my blushing face
-Amaj7-                     
And trip on my shoelaces 
D
Grace just isnt my forte
E
But it brings me to my knees when you say 


     A         Amaj7        D     A
Hello, how are you, my darling today?
                   E                    
I fall into a pile on the floor
                      A
Puppy love is hard to ignore
      D                     E    A
When every little thing you do, I do adore 


A
Were as different as can be
Amaj7                          D
Ive noticed youre remarkably relaxed
-D-
And Im overly uptight
   E
We balance out each other nicely 


A
You wear sandals in the snow
Amaj7
In mid-July I still feel cold
D
Were opposites in every way
E
But I cant resist it when you say 

Chorus 

D          E
Finding words, I mutter
D                  E
Tongue-tied, twisted
Amaj7
Foot in mouth, I start to stutter
E
Ha, ha, Heaven help me 

Chorus 

                   E
Every little thing, ba, ba, ba, ba
                   A
Every little thing, ba, ba, ba, ba
      D                E       A
Every little thing you do I do adore
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45 Comments

  1. I was just wondering what it means when someone says they use -(name a number). I see it a lot but im not sure what it means

  2. My boyfriend is a huge softie and he loves this song so I’m gonna sing it to him wish me luck !

  3. Which ukulele do you suggest to use for this song? Soprano or Concert?

    • Uke’n do it

      I use concert, but I’m sure both sound great! This song is a little high pitched and cute so I think soprano would capture the meaning of this song better, but I don’t have a soprano só idk 😂😂

    • Kahoot failure

      Personally it sounds much better on the soprano but I suppose it’s just preference

  4. The Potato Friend

    I use E7 instead of E. It sounds good and is easier.

  5. Gizele Aranda

    My friend wanted me to sing this song to her girlfriend and I told her yes and her girlfriend loved it! But is there easier chords for this song and what is the strumming pattern?!

  6. I love this!!! It’s a beautiful transcription. My only thing is changing to the A on the word hard instead of later in the chorus. But it sounds great!!!

  7. Lesmolghost

    Amaj7 is F#m (2-1-2-0) in verses
    E7 is 4-4-4-5

  8. -2 is much easier :)

  9. Leilaniirene

    i think using the original key works but use F#m (2-1-2-0) instead of the Amaj7, and E7 (1-2-0-2) instead of E

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