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A    Dbm  Gbm       D     A    E
Wise men say only fools rush in
    D  E     Gbm   D         A    E7   A
But I can't help falling in love with you
A     Dbm   Gbm            D  A  E
Shall  I  stay? Would it be a sin  
   D  E     Gbm   D          A    E7   A
If I can't help falling in love with you


Dbm            Ab7     Dbm           Ab7
Like a river flows, surely to the sea
Dbm             Ab7     Dbm7         Gb7               Bm7  E7
Darling, so it goes, some things      are meant to be
A    Dbm  Gbm            D     A     E
Take my hand, take my whole life, too
      D   E    Gbm   D          A    E7   A
Cause I can't help falling in love with you


Dbm            Ab7     Dbm           Ab7
Like a river flows, surely to the sea
Dbm             Ab7     Dbm7         Gb7               Bm7  E7
Darling, so it goes, some things      are meant to be
A    Dbm  Gbm            D     A     E
Take my hand, take my whole life, too
      D   E    Gbm   D          A    E7   A
Cause I can't help falling in love with you
      D   E    Gbm   D          A    E7   A
Cause I can't help falling in love with you
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803 Comments

  1. Flyingcheetah

    I SAID ONE FRET HIGHER FOR BM THAN EM BUT I MEANT ONE STRING HIGHER!”

  2. Flyingcheetah

    Forgot to say a few things.

    1. AN EASIER WAY TO PLAY BM. PLAY THE EM CHORD WITH ALL THE FINGERS ONE FRET HIGHER.

    2. Sub g7 with gm

  3. Flyingcheetah

    Hey strummers! I’ve got a few suggestions.

    1. Staying at 0 transposition is best for intermediate to advanced.
    2. If you are having trouble with dm7, I would recommend subbing it with dm. Sounds the same!
    3.Em7 is an easy chord, no need to sub, practice makes perfect!!
    4. HAVE FUN!

    Thanks!

    Flyingcheetah

  4. provençali girl

    You can do a simple finger picking pattern of the G string to the A string and back up, and it sounds good. Also ddudu is a good strum pattern for me.

  5. THIS IS A SONG BY ELVIS PRESLEY NOT TWENTY ONE PILOTS GOD DAMMIT

  6. Flyingcheetah

    Has anybody tried dm as a sub for dm7? Works well.

  7. clara_ematt

    ddu-du works for me

  8. The strumming pattern dd-udu works fine for me or single strums also sound really pretty

  9. For a strumming pattern i honestly just do single down strums, I’st the simplest way to play it and it sounds super simple and pretty (to me) and plus its beginner friendly.

  10. I think ddu-udu works fine. Btw I ❤️ this song thanks Tyler

  11. zozthemagicbean

    wowowowowowowowowowowowowow

  12. I love this song and is perfect for beginneurs

  13. Jay station

    So good thx for this

  14. I enjoy this a lot thx. 😀😀😀😀😀

  15. Sunny ☀️

    Hi, this song is very well made, and I think the chords are perfect for this song. I think the song is so peaceful.

  16. oompa loompa doobadeedoo

    ayo this song v nice
    oof

  17. iggymspiggy

    if youre having trouble scrolling back up, switch to desktop (it has the option at the bottom) and for B7, play Am, its a great substitute and is fairly easy to play.

  18. Kawelo Reza

    how to play B7:

    bar 2nd fret w/ pointer

    middle finger on the 3rd fret C string

    • Lindy Ambion

      It’s hard for me too so I just change it to Am and it sounds the same (to me at least lol)

      • Oliver Jacobson

        If you just slide over the em it’s literally the same chord
        a/0
        e/2
        c/3
        g/4-

  19. All I'm Good at is Panicking at Discos

    Any replacement for Dm7?

    • ChristianVegan

      you could just use dm but dm7 sounds better.

      how to play dm7 correctly
      first finger first fret e string
      second finger second fret g string
      third finger second fret c string
      fourth finger third fret a string

  20. Strumming pattern is D D-U D-U, this is played once per note, except the first Am on each two lines, check out the uke teacher on YouTube for a really good in-depth guide for this song, as well as a slightly easier chord progression

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