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Tab:
xA|----0--1-7--5-3----|
xE|-------------------|
xC|-------------------|
xG|0------------------|

Verse 1:
      F                      C                   Am
It's true that all that you know is all that you are
                   -Tab-                   F
You said that it's all that you want and more
                           C
xxxx off and pour another drink
                       Am
And tell me what you think
                  -Tab-                     F
You know that I'm too drunk to talk right now
                                  C
You put your cigarette out on my face
          Am
So beautiful, please woman

Pre-Chorus:
-Tab-                      F
Don't break your back for me
             Fm
I'll put you out of your misery

Chorus:
C
Tell me that it's all okay -tell me that it's all okay-
          Am
I've been waitin' on this all damn day -waitin' on this all damn day-
D
Call me in the mornin', tell me how last night went
     F              Fm
I'm here, but don't count on me to...

Verse 2:
F
Stay a little longer if you convince me

You tell me all the things that you have against me
C
Every time we make up, the truth is faded
Am
Everybody's blind when the view's amazin'
-Tab-
Damn, who are we right now?
F
Can we have a little conversation?

Figure it out with no intoxication
C
We carry on, what is our motivation?
Am
We're never wrong, how the hell we gonna make it?
-Tab-
Maybe we're used to this
F
     Tell me, what are we to do

It's like we only play to lose
C
       Chasin' pain with an excuse
Am
  I love that xxxx and so do you

Pre-Chorus:
    -Tab-                      F
But don't break your back for me
             Fm
I'll put you out of your misery

Chorus:
C
Tell me that it's all okay -tell me that it's all okay-
          Am
I've been waitin' on this all damn day -waitin' on this all damn day-
D
Call me in the mornin', tell me how last night went
     F              Fm
I'm here, but don't count on me to stay

Solo:
F    C   Am  -Tab-
F    C  Am  -Tab-
F    Fm

Chorus:
C
Tell me that it's all okay -tell me that it's all okay-
          Am
I've been waitin' on this all damn day -waitin' on this all damn day-
D
Call me in the mornin', tell me how last night went
     F              Fm            C
I'm here, but don't count on me to stay
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24 Comments

  1. are there any more simple strum patterns?

  2. Kelcy Gifford

    Is it just me or is the tab off key?

    • Yeah, I thought the same thing. It works better for me when I used 0 as the last tab on A instead of 3

  3. Emily Carter

    Whats the strumming pattern?

  4. I think the D in the chorus sounds better as a D7. For anybody who doesn’t know how to play that, it’s just D, but then on the A string, add the third fret. It should be 2223.

  5. STRUMMING PATTERN

    D-D U-U-D D-U-D-U

    For the chorus I keep the same basic strumming pattern but just a few more strums and find that I end up making a whole new pattern ish while I play aha. Its the most emotional part of the strumming so I find that the less you try to follow a pattern the better it sounds <3

  6. Jaiden Thoms

    what does the -tab- mean?

  7. I Know it’s not how the song is originally played, but I find my voice isn’t strong enough to cover up the awkward tab part, so I just substitute Gm and it sounds fine.

  8. izzymattioli

    DD U UD DUDU IS THE STRUMMNING PATTERN

  9. izzymattioli

    DD U UD DUDU

  10. Quincy Purcell

    The entire solo (you’re welcome). Copy, paste and repost if its not perfect….
    xA l—————————————————7-5-0-3-5-7-10-7-10-5-7-8-10-8-0-3—-3———-
    xE l 0-5—–5-10-8-6-3—8–5–10-8-6-3-5-6————————————————4-3-1-0
    xG l————————————————————————————————————–
    xC l—————————————————————————————————————

  11. Quincy Purcell

    The entire solo (you’re welcome). Its not perfect, just copy and paste and repost….
    xA l—————————————————7-5-0-3-5-7-10-7-10-5-7-8-10-8-0-3—-3———-
    xE l 0-5—–5-10-8-6-3—8–5–10-8-6-3-5-6————————————————4-3-1-0
    xG l————————————————————————————————————–
    xC l—————————————————————————————————————

  12. Whats the strumming pattern?

  13. Imstead of Fm try Em

  14. i love this song and i just got my ukulele and they said i was good at it so thank you ukutabs!

  15. Another riff that works is
    xA|———-7-5-0-|
    xE|3-5-6———–|
    xC|——————-|
    xG|——————-|

  16. Yasin Arafat

    Post Malone always do great work. This article helped me a lot to play this song using my ukulele.

  17. Ashley Czipar

    xA|—-0–1-7–5-0—-|
    xE|——————-|
    xC|——————-|
    xG|0——————|
    Correct riff that is played in the song

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