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        F      Dm
All I am is a man
            Am          C
I want the world in my hands
           F
I hate the beach
       Dm      Am
But I stand in California 
                    C
with my toes in the sand
                      F
Use the sleeves on my sweater
              Dm
Let's have an adventure
            Am                      C
Head in the clouds but my gravity's centered
         F                   Dm
Touch my neck and I'll touch yours
             Am                  C
You in those little high waisted shorts

Oh
F               
She knows what I think about
Dm
And what I think about
Am
One love, two mouths
C
One love, one house
F
No shirt, no blouse
Dm
Just us, you find out
Am                                     C
Nothing I really wanna tell you about, no
                F     Dm
'Cause it's too cold whoa
       Am
For you here
    C
And now
          F    Dm 
So let me hold whoa
           Am           C
Both your hands in the holes of my sweater


F       
And if I may just take your breath away
Dm
I don't mind if there's not much to say
Am
Sometimes the silence guides your mind
C
So move to a place so far away
F
The goosebumps start to race
Dm
The minute that my left hand meets your waist
Am
And then I watched your face
C
Put my finger on your tongue

'Cause you love to taste yeah
F
These hearts adore
Dm
Everyone the other beat hard is for
Am
Inside this place is warm
C
Outside it starts to pour
F
Coming down
Dm
One love, two mouths
Am
One love, one house
C
No shirt, no blouse
F
Just us, you find out
Dm
Nothing I really wanna tell you about
Am    C
No No No!
                F    Dm
'Cause it's too cold whoa
       Am
For you here
    C
And now
          F    Dm 
So let me hold whoa
           Am           C
Both your hands in the holes of my sweater


                F    Dm
'Cause it's too cold whoa
       Am
For you here
    C
And now
          F    Dm 
So let me hold whoa
           Am           C
Both your hands in the holes of my sweater

Interlude: F  Dm  Am  C

F     Dm           Gm~
Whoa, Whoa, Whoa, Whoa,


F     Dm
Whoa, whoa...
Am    C
Whoa, whoa... -x4-


                F    Dm
'Cause it's too cold whoa
       Am
For you here
    C
And now
          F    Dm 
So let me hold whoa
           Am           C                        
Both your hands in the holes of my sweater


                F    Dm
'Cause it's too cold whoa
       Am
For you here
    C
And now
          F    Dm 
So let me hold whoa
           Am           C                        F
Both your hands in the holes of my sweater


         Dm                Am
It's too cold, it's too cold
C
The hands of my sweater.
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48 Comments

  1. strumming patterns: DDUUDU

    sometimes when its on the C chord though you gotta play it DDUUDU 2x

  2. decaf coffee

    PSA! It sounds a lot better when playing on +2 if you replace the C with a G.

  3. lyrics are wrong at the beginning

  4. CharSepticEye

    Is it just me or does the Eb sound totally off? I feel like the song is a little more… idk… Melanie Martinez-ish if you know what I mean?

    • yes! omg same it sounds so wrong to me and idk why I just feel like the real song doesn’t sound like that lol. Did you find a chord that sounds better?

  5. Go -3 and capo 3rd fret

  6. In the future could strumming patterns be added to songs?

    • thekiddothatsnotokay

      if you go to the very bottom of every song (right below the comments) if says that we are not allowed to do that. Like is also says, just try to feel the beat of the song and figure it out some way. :)

  7. The interlude not quite right on this… the chorus going into the interlude ends on F. Then the “woah” part goes Cm Bb F (repeat…)

  8. I like to use Am, F, C, and then G. I think it sounds good :)

  9. brooklyn_louis

    +2

  10. AviWithAnxiety

    +4 works sooo well for me. Its not too easy but its not crazy difficult either :)

  11. misty-eyed

    Does anyone know what key the cover by Sara Jones is in ? The chords here are very nice but the way she did it is easier for me to sing

  12. misty-eyed

    does anyone know what key Sarah Jones’ cover is in ? i like these chords but i think the way she did it would be easier for me to sing

  13. Sofia Penuliar

    I changed Bb to FMaj and it actually sounds better in my opinion! Try it!

  14. Little Ukulele Jedi

    I just realized if you play tis song in +2 and just strum DDDDDDDD in the order of F Dm Am C it kinda sounds like Johnny Boy by TØP

  15. Elena45690

    Strumming pattern is D, D-U, U-D-U

  16. coolbeans15

    for me personally its easier to sing in the key it already starts with but +2 does have easier chords.

  17. pigeon_pies

    If you transpose to +2 it is much easier to play and if you change ‘C’ for a ‘G’ it sounds nicer!

  18. +2 is easy and sounds really good even without the clap

  19. Adding a f chord after the G chord makes it sound amazing if you play it lowered 3 half steps from the original!

  20. cherryyflavored

    What’s the strumming pattern :(

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