Artist Twenty One Pilots
Album Can't Help Falling In Love
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F    Am  Dm       Bb     F    C
Wise men say only fools rush in
    Bb  C     Dm   Bb         F    C7   F
But I can't help falling in love with you
F     Am   Dm            Bb  F  C
Shall  I  stay? Would it be a sin  
   Bb  C     Dm   Bb          F    C7   F
If I can't help falling in love with you


Am            E7     Am           E7
Like a river flows, surely to the sea
Am             E7     Am7         D7               Gm7  C7
Darling, so it goes, some things      are meant to be
F    Am  Dm            Bb     F     C
Take my hand, take my whole life, too
      Bb   C    Dm   Bb          F    C7   F
Cause I can't help falling in love with you


Am            E7     Am           E7
Like a river flows, surely to the sea
Am             E7     Am7         D7               Gm7  C7
Darling, so it goes, some things      are meant to be
F    Am  Dm            Bb     F     C
Take my hand, take my whole life, too
      Bb   C    Dm   Bb          F    C7   F
Cause I can't help falling in love with you
      Bb   C    Dm   Bb          F    C7   F
Cause I can't help falling in love with you
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1,085 Comments

  1. i use dduudu which isn’t perfect but it is the best i have found

  2. Under The Sea Sucks

    Yes, this is an Elvis Presley song, but this version is different chords than the original(at least the one I found) and is simply twenty one pilots’ version of it. It is not wrong of this person to post it as twenty one pilots because they did this version.

    Stay Alive ||-//

  3. HELP ME PLEASE

    what is the strumming pattern can someone tell me

  4. This song is so fun and quite easy to play on my first ukulele (I don’t have experience playing any instrument).
    In the first line at the word “men” I use Em all the time but I have some trouble with my finger placement. Then I found the Em7 which is much easier to play and I can not hear a difference between them. Am I doing something wrong here?

    • I can hear something different about Em and Em7, but I can’t quite put my finger on what it is. The difference is so minute, though, that I think you’ll be fine playing Em7 instead of Em in this sound.

    • They do have a slight difference, but it good to play with what you can. I would recommend just trying to practice with the Em because it gets easier the more you practice! I used to not be able to play it at all and now I find it pretty easy. It just takes time to train your fingers I guess lol.

    • the em is a higher pitched chord compared to the em7 so i really recommend using em to make it sound better

    • Andreas Andersen

      I do realise that your comment was made a couple months ago, and maybe my answer isn’t all that relevant to you now, however I hope this helps you.
      An Em chord is a basic triad, a chord consisting of 3 different notes, the 1st (E), the minor 3rd (G), and the 5th (B/H), the Em7 chord is a seventh chord, it’s like a triad, but now instead of 3 notes it has 4, the 1st, the minor 3rd, the 5th and the 7th (D#). That’s why they sound similar, the 7th chord is essentially the same as the triad, but it’s got a little more flavor to it.

    • Thechunkymonkey

      The strum pattern is

      DDUDUDU

    • Basically the Em is just a little lighter and happier sounding than the Em7

    • Basically the Em is just a little lighter and happier sounding than the Em7. It honestly works just the same.

  5. Anything to replace B7? I just can’t get the hang of it!

    • Move every finger one up from em is another way to play b7

    • here2help

      B major

    • for me, sound better “c”

    • an easier to play B7 is
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      2
      3
      4
      especially easy to play after the Em since its the same finger positions only shifted a string up

    • You can play it like the em chord just using the first second and third frets. Google B7 ukulele chord and you can see pics!

    • An easier way to play B7 is just moving an Em hold one step up. I’m not sure if this the same or a different chord but sounds just as good! Here’s a diagram:
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      0ooo

    • You can use a chord my friend showed me: I’m not sure if its the same chord or a different one but it sounds just as good! Just move every hold in Em up one but here’s a diagram:
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      o0oo
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    • Just place your finger over all 4 strings and strum down

    • Tip! When doing B7, put your first finger on the second tab of the forth string, your second finger on the second tab of the second string, your third finger on the second tab of the first string, and your forth (pinky) on the third tab of the third string. Hope that helped!

    • Oh me too!! I can’t play B7 I use Am but it doesn’t sound perfect but it’s close ish

    • I just basically do a G but just move the entire thing to the left one string.. works well for me

    • if your having trouble with B7 heres how to do it. basically put your first finger on the second fret (the whole fret) then put you second finger on the third fret 2nd string.

    • try twisting your hand a little to stretch your first finger (pointer) across the second fret. your finger should be on its side against the fret. this isnt a great ukulele playing habit to get into but its a good alternative while youre getting used to the song

    • I use Am instead of B7

    • Rhia I just play the B7 as an open strum (no chords)

    • Misha Robinson

      Just use the regular B chord if you can!

  6. ukucrazy3000

    Tbh it sounds better if you put a capo on the first fret;)

  7. B7? Plz help.

    • here2help

      B major

    • I find it easier to play the B7 with my first finger barring and having my second there for support, using my third (ring) finger to play the third fret.

      Idk if this’ll help but that’s what works for me :)

  8. Josh Dunny (I’m Aussie)

    There has only been one time when I have come on ukutabs and this song not be in #1 spot.

  9. Twentyonedissapointments

    This was a Ukelele cover by twenty one pilots. Its clear to everyone here that the original is by Elvis.

  10. help a clique member out

    what’s the strumming?

  11. abigail k

    jesus christ it’s been one day and the clique is attacking this person. they did not know, please lay off of them :) i’m a clique member as well, just relax brothers. stay alive :D ||-//

  12. oOoo Your welcome :)
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  13. twenty one pilots made the ukulele version of it

  14. what is the a chord

  15. Hi!
    The song is by Elvis Presley (of course, it’s awesome) but Twenty One Pilot made on using a ukulele, which is why it says that, i guess.
    There are also piano version from many other artists, but i do think this is the only ukulele one.

  16. i couldnt do dm7 so i usually just go wth dm which is without the using the pinky, if you keep practising dm youll get the hang of dm7 they also sound very similar

  17. heyyyyyy

    this song sounds so good!
    it is also very easy to play, even for a youngster like me!
    i am a bit of a beginner and i already sound awesome, thanks to this awesome website!

    -a Canadian youngster(lol what??)

  18. BoyfHamilBros_3

    for dm7 I just do dm, it doesn’t change it too much and still sounds nice in my opinion.

  19. Tylerthegoodgay

    the original one but play G instead of G7, Am instead of Em7, and F instead of Dm7

  20. Ukulover

    Hi everyone, first of all, I really love this song, but if you are like me and think the chords are a little off for your own voice, look no farther. Here is my way of playing Can’t Help Falling in Love:

    Chorus:
    D Fm Bm ——– G D A——
    Wise Men Say Only Fools Rush In
    XX G A Bm G———— D A D
    But I Can’t Help Falling In love with you
    Chorus:
    F#m———— Bm F#m————– Bm F#m————–Bm F#m——————–B Em A————–
    Like a River Flows Surely To the sea Darling So It goes Somethings are meant to be

    You can use this pattern for the entire song, only changing the words according to the lyrics. This isn’t necessarily the only chords you should use, but I like these a lot. Use them well……

    • Nah, this sheet is the remake that twenty one pilots did. They remade it for the ukulele and made a proper recording of it as well. It even says bellow that they recreated it. Elvis wrote the song, this is the remake for the ukulele twenty one pilots did.

    • sophie elise

      does anyone have an alternative for B7? thanks x

      • Use the same chord shape and frets as the Em but put it on the E, C, and G string leaving the bottom A string open. It make the Em, B7 progression easier.

        A- open
        E- finger 1 fret 2
        C- finger 2 fret 2
        G- finger 3 fret3

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