Artist Twenty One Pilots
Album Can't Help Falling In Love
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Gb    Bbm  Ebm       B     Gb    Db
Wise men say only fools rush in
    B  Db     Ebm   B         Gb    Db7   Gb
But I can't help falling in love with you
Gb     Bbm   Ebm            B  Gb  Db
Shall  I  stay? Would it be a sin  
   B  Db     Ebm   B          Gb    Db7   Gb
If I can't help falling in love with you


Bbm            F7     Bbm           F7
Like a river flows, surely to the sea
Bbm             F7     Bbm7         Eb7               Abm7  Db7
Darling, so it goes, some things      are meant to be
Gb    Bbm  Ebm            B     Gb     Db
Take my hand, take my whole life, too
      B   Db    Ebm   B          Gb    Db7   Gb
Cause I can't help falling in love with you


Bbm            F7     Bbm           F7
Like a river flows, surely to the sea
Bbm             F7     Bbm7         Eb7               Abm7  Db7
Darling, so it goes, some things      are meant to be
Gb    Bbm  Ebm            B     Gb     Db
Take my hand, take my whole life, too
      B   Db    Ebm   B          Gb    Db7   Gb
Cause I can't help falling in love with you
      B   Db    Ebm   B          Gb    Db7   Gb
Cause I can't help falling in love with you
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1,085 Comments

  1. I use D DUDU D DUDU Its a weird pattern, but its very pretty when u get the hang of it.

  2. I play b7 like an em but one string down so instead of the G being open its the A string. It sounds better in my opinion (its got a name but idk off the top of my head)

  3. The actual strumming pattern used is D-DUD and not DDUUDUD (aka Island Strumming pattern). I played the song with the Island Strum but it just didn’t sound like the strum that he had. Hence adding this info for anyone else looking for the pattern just like me

  4. For strumming I use DDDUD-DDDUD or DDUD
    1. one is easier.

  5. Liza Marie t Garde

    This is all alien to me. I want to try ukulele but I don’t know where to start. :(

    • I’d start off with just learning how to hold and strum the ukulele. After that, try learning a simple song and just build off of that, learning more songs. That’s what I did and I can now pluck a few songs. (: Youtube videos help too!

  6. I use the strumming pattern DDUDU

  7. For the strumming pattern dduu sounds awesome

  8. the strumming pattern really depends on how ur feeling

  9. Ciel Phantomhive

    okay so im new to this, why are there two different lines of notes on the “darling so it goes” parts?

  10. For the strumming pattern i used 4 down strums each chord hitting the first strum harder so that it will give accent to the song

  11. For strumming, i use DDUUDUDDUUDU. It seems to work greta for me

  12. twenty one pilots

    B7 is actually easy… well, once you get the hang of it that is.

  13. Elvis only sang this song he did not write it

  14. for b7, use your index (pointer) finger to bar the second fret and then use your middle or ring finger to press the second string on the third fret (c string on standard tuned ukes). Basically say this represents ukulele:
    GCEA
    – – – – 1st fret
    ~~~~ 2nd fret
    – ~ – – 3rd fret
    – – – – 4th fret
    The “~”s would represent your finger placement. Practice moving from Em to B7 and you’ll get the hang of it, the best thing you can do really is practice.

  15. the strumming pattern is DDUUDU for anyone wondering :P

  16. the strumming pattern is DDUUDU :)

  17. Strumming Pattern ??
    someone please help me !!!

  18. uwowowowo

    strumming pattern can be dduudu or ddudu
    or dd on each chord :) hope i helped!

  19. DDU-UDU but this one is really fast i fingerpick this song.
    1-2-3&4 (together)-2
    so 1-2-3&4-2

  20. I hope a Ukutabs app with come out for iOS. I would download right away

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