Artist Twenty One Pilots
Album Can't Help Falling In Love
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C    Em  Am       F     C    G
Wise men say only fools rush in
    F  G     Am   F         C    G7   C
But I can't help falling in love with you
C     Em   Am            F  C  G
Shall  I  stay? Would it be a sin  
   F  G     Am   F          C    G7   C
If I can't help falling in love with you


Em            B7     Em           B7
Like a river flows, surely to the sea
Em             B7     Em7         A7               Dm7  G7
Darling, so it goes, some things      are meant to be
C    Em  Am            F     C     G
Take my hand, take my whole life, too
      F   G    Am   F          C    G7   C
Cause I can't help falling in love with you


Em            B7     Em           B7
Like a river flows, surely to the sea
Em             B7     Em7         A7               Dm7  G7
Darling, so it goes, some things      are meant to be
C    Em  Am            F     C     G
Take my hand, take my whole life, too
      F   G    Am   F          C    G7   C
Cause I can't help falling in love with you
      F   G    Am   F          C    G7   C
Cause I can't help falling in love with you
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1,085 Comments

  1. I just use DDUUDU for the strumming pattern

  2. @your mom
    Uketabs.com already exists, and is-at least in my opinion-a sucky site. at least thats why i think it’s ukutabs

  3. i like this and also i live in Hawaii and we spell uke i know uku makes more sense but uku is hawaiian for hair lice.

  4. tsunderekim

    does it work if i strum once each chord on the first verse?

  5. CaLl mE SoN oNe MorE TiME

    I’m bopin’

  6. Noobieukeplayer

    Im honestly trying but its too hard for me,because im a noob. WHY DID BILLIE USE CHORDS I CANT USE

  7. I normally use DDUDU

  8. Micheal Bay

    I don’t know if i’m reading this wrong, but Twenty One Pilots certainly did not make this song. It was written by Elvis Presley.

  9. tips on the b7
    * use your index finger for both the e and a strings, your middle finger on the g string, and your ring finger on the the c string like this:
    q=index finger
    w=middle finger
    r=ring finger
    _q_________a
    _q_________e
    __r_________c
    _w_________g
    hope this helped!

  10. I'llBeInTheCornerTakingNotes

    So I play B7 like Em but moved over a string ex:
    xA|-0
    xE|-2
    xC|-3
    xG|-4
    It is much easier but it sounds the same and it makes it easier to change chords. hope this helped. and like many others said there is no G7 in this song

  11. Building on what other’s have said the C-G7-C is actually C-G-C. Take a look at the video and its pretty clear both visually and audibly.

  12. I like to just improvise a strum pattern of DDU, repeated. It doesn’t sound exactly like the original, but it does sound nice.

  13. Michael Missen

    just a small note for the C G7 C
    personally, i think it sounds better as a C G C

  14. Sssssssssssssophia

    I usually use a pick, but definitely don’t use one on this song. I find it sounds really great when I go slowly over each string so it takes longer to hear each note, is each note becomes a half note. It also helps to stay going slow enough to hear it right.

  15. The strumming pattern I use is DDU UDU, but the last line I do single strums, and arpeggiate the C, G7, C. Hope this helps.

  16. Dana Pfalzer

    i really like to search for any song on YouTube they most likely recommend and explain a possible strumming pattern for it

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