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Intro: C Em Am F

Verse:
C                                Em
You can have the toaster and the PC
           Am            D
Or even my Timothy Green DVD
C                                   Em
I’ll let you have the couch and the TV
              Am                         D    D  
Hang onto the jacket that you bought for me

Chorus:
C              E7
I don’t really care
                 Am                F
You can keep the things we used to share
C                E7         Am F
But what did you do with my heart?
C            E7         Am F
What did you do with my heart?

Verse:
        C
No more fireworks
        Em
No more compass
    Am                          D
You didn’t leave a single butterfly in my stomach
C
You took my spyglass
Em
Not knowing what lies ahead
    Am                                 D             D  
You took my warmth at night but left a dent in my bed

Chorus:
C              E7
I don’t really care
                 Am                F
You can keep the things we used to share
C                E7         Am F
But what did you do with my heart?
C            E7         Am F
What did you do with my heart?

Verse:
C
Strip me of my pride
       Em
that’s for the best
        Am                    D
But you also deprived me of a full night's rest
           C
So no more dreams
      Em
Where we pull through
      Am                                      D             D  
And I can’t collect my thoughts cause they’re still with you

Chorus:
C              E7
I don’t really care
                 Am                F
You can keep the things we used to share
C                E7         Am F
But what did you do with my heart?
C            E7         Am F
What did you do with my heart?

Interlude: C E7

Am
Do do do do
F
Do do do do
C E7
Am
Do do do do
F
Do do do do
C E7
Am
Do do do do
F
Do do do dodododo
C E7
Am
Do do do do do

Bridge:
C  
I wouldn’t take it back
                   Em  
Even though I feel sore
                  Am                   D  
I meant it when I said “what’s mine is yours”
      C                     Em  
But I need to know now that we’re apart
Am           F
What did you do?

Chorus:
  C                     E7
I need to know now that we’re apart
Am           F          C E7 Am F
What did you do with my heart?
C            E7         Am F
What did you do with my heart?
C            E7         Am F  
What did you do with my heart?
C            E7         Am   F  
What did you do with my heart?
                              C  
What did you do with my heart?
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45 Comments

  1. This is the first song I have ever played, and as a fander, I will do my best to finish and learn the song. It is a little hard, but I will do my best. I just wish that they would give you an option for an eaisier version of the song

  2. The strumming pattern could also be the island strum if you find that easier – DD UU DU

  3. SpotifyPremium

    this song is so so so amazing i am obsessed with how good it sounds

  4. I like to replace the E7 with Esus4, which is 2,1,0,2 instead of 1,2,0,2

  5. Alto Overlord

    If you need a different key because you’re an alto/ baritone or just can’t get some of the higher parts (like me), or the other way around with lower notes, I find that using -5 or -7 works for me. They are easy if your new as well, only slightly more challenging than the original version. You can also use +7 or +5 because they are the same thing.

  6. JackIsNotInteresting

    I’ve been practicing for hours, my fingers hurt and I have holes in them from strumming but I love this song so much that I might play until I have bleeding stumps for hands.

  7. Snowcones404

    For the very last line I repeat C, E7, Am and F with only one strum but I then add the C in at the end. I just think it sounds a bit better

  8. nickname#7

    i just broke up with my boyfriend. Listening to this song makes me cry.

  9. this is the most relatable song i’ve ever heard. (well, one for the road is up there) and i’m learning it because it summarizes what i would say to my ex-boyfriend if i had the chance. <3

  10. whats the strum tho

  11. Strumming pattern??

  12. Thomas Sanders is my role model. and he and his video have helped me through some very hard times. I decided to play this song for my talent show. but it will require some backstory on why I chose it.

  13. fanders sides (get it)

    Okay I’d do the strumming pattern as either DDUUDU (island strum) but i know it’s hard for some people so I’d go DUD-UDD-UDU-DD

  14. Strumming pattern?? Can’t see it in the video :/

  15. ArtsyUkelelist

    YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASSSSSSSSS!!!! Love Thomas Sanders!

  16. I freaking love this (thank you to who made this) but one thing I always switch purely because I like the sound of it more is instead of the Em during the bridge I play E7 :) other than that it’s beautiful and it’s my favorite so thank you again!!!

  17. Jupiter Moon

    So many fanders in the comment section! If u guys think you can’t sing or play it, practice!! You’ll get better!! I always tell myself I can’t sing but my friends are always telling me I’m a really good singer and ukulele player. You are your own worst critic, continue to sing and play whatever you want!

  18. I think it should be pretty easy for fanders to figure out, but for beginners, the strumming pattern through pretty much the whole song is DDUUDU. For slower parts one down stroke on each chord works pretty well, and this is mandatory* for the last two lines

    *jk, but I personally think it sounds best since it’s what is originally played

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