Artist Rex Orange County
Album Bcos U Will Never B Free
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Verse 1:
C              A7
How could I ignore you?
  D7         G        C
Trust me I adore you
       A7                  D7      G
We’re swimming through our dreams
C                A7
Kiss me in the shower
 D7           G     C
For a couple hours
             A7     D7     G
Though we’re only sixteen
    C           A7
And sit down beside me
D7            G      C
Don’t call me daddy
     A7                   D7     G
Cause that’s just xxxxing weird
  C                   A7
Promise that you'll stay here
  D7          G         C
You and I can lay here
A7               D7    G
Until the end of time

Chorus:
     Cmaj7                           D7
But girl, well don't you worry about me
         C7                 D7
It ain’t new to me, feeling this lonely -Darling-
Cmaj7                    D7
Girl, don't worry about me
               Am       G7
But if you’re ever unhappy
      D7
Then maybe, baby, I must let you go

C   A7   D7   G       C    A7   D7   G
              Let you go

Verse 2:
C              A7
Baby now it’s best here,
   D7              G           C
to lay me down and rest here
      A7            D7      G
Let’s dream of Corduroy
C                  A7
Work for what you love to do
    D7                 G         C
and I will watch right over you
          D7               G7
With your heart I’ll never toy
     C               A7
And you’re the other half of me.
D7                  G              C
Dream and sleep and laugh with me
  A7           D7      G
Take me from myself
     C            A7
See I’m a xxxxing basket-case.
  D7              G              C
Until I'm able to see your face
    A7               D7
You saved me from myself

Chorus:
     Cmaj7                           D7
But girl, well don't you worry about me
         C7                 D7
It ain’t new to me, feeling this lonely -Darling-
Cmaj7                    D7
Girl, don't worry about me
               Am       G7
But if you’re ever unhappy
      D7
Then maybe, baby, I must let you go
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HeyItsJono

Strumming pattern for the verses:
G = top string, C = 2nd from top, E = 3rd from top, A = bottom string
Using your left hand, hold down the strings to form the chords listed above, then to strum:
Pluck G, pluck C, then pluck E+A together, then tap to mute the strings.

helloooo

also strumming the G in first verse

cinnabon

i accidentally mixed D7 with Dm, probably the best mistake ever. Seriously though you should do Dm instead of D7

sarah:))

replace d7 with dm7 and it sounds perfect :))

Michelle

for the verses i did DU hold and for the chorus i just keep to the rhythm of the singing :)

bella

for the strumming pattern pluck the 4th and
3rd string separate then play strum string 2 +1
together ♡

JakkoAttackko

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Meeed

I’m not good at strumming patterns so I just strum down then gently hit my ukulele after every chord for the pre-chorus DDUDDU

loser

I play it with a capo on the first fret, it sounds better

Elizabeth

Are these chords for a soprano uku as well? :D

elliecooper

Using just D instead of D7 actually sounds better in my opinion :)

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Hello uwu

yeet

+4

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