Artist Twenty One Pilots
Album Twenty One Pilots
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Verse -a capella-:
Oh Ms. Believer, my pretty sleeper.
Your twisted mind is like snow on the road.
Your shaking shoulders prove that it's colder,
Inside your head, than the winter of death.

Verse:
C               F Am
I will tell you, I love you.
        F             C         Am         G
But the muffs on your ears will cater your fears.
C                    F          Am
My nose and feet are running as we start
   F              C     Am          G
To travel through snow. Together we go.

F C Am G           F C Am G
      -Together we go -echo--

Chorus:
 F       Am C G
 We get colder,
    F        Am C G
 As we grow older.
 F        Am C G
 We will walk
 F        Am C G
 So much slower.

Interlude: F C Am G F C Am G

Verse:
 C                F         Am
 Oh Ms. Believer, my pretty weeper.
 F            C                 Am          F   G
 Your twisted thoughts are like snow on the rooftops.
C                           F          Am
 Please take my hand, we're in foreign land
       F              C       Am        G
 As we travel through snow. Together we go.

F C Am G           F C Am G
      -Together we go -echo--

Chorus:
 F       Am C G
 We get colder,
    F        Am C G
 As we grow older.
 F        Am C G
 We will walk
 F        Am C G
 So much slower.

Outro -x4-: F Am C G

xA|--3------5-------7-5-5----3---5-3-----3--3-5----------3-5---5--|
xE|-----------0-3-0------------0----------------0-3----------0----|
xC|---------------------------------------------------------------|
xG|----------------------------------2-0---------------0----------|
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tylerjospehstan

to be honest i think if you do just single down strums it sounds so good and instrumental.

Karen

I modified the plucking pattern a little to fit the melody better, all played on the A string:
3 5 7 10 7—–5 3 7 5 3 0—-3 5 7 10—-3 5 7 5
I’m not sure how to write the rhythms, but you all know how the song goes!

yeeeeeet

add in an extra one on the third for the final it sounds properly finished that way :)

Dish.skates

THATS SOUNDS SICKKKK

I panicked but it wasnt at a disco

thats sick as frick

heh1008

I saw your name on another tab

I panicked but it wasnt at a disco

you probably did lol

girl on this website

nice

mr believer

lol yeah nice

kendall

this sounds super close to the original

jay

i use DDUUDU, i think it sounds kind of close to the original, but pretty either way :)

GeeWayIsGay69

for verses and chorus, i use single D C(chuck) and i use DDU UDU for the interludes

Jersey Clemente

The strum used is d u chuck , then the next cord is just a down strum

Abra_Castabra

Sorry but, what does chuck mean? I’m fairly new to playing the uke

kendall

love this song!

Nolan

I found an easier way to go from Am to G is by playing Am using your index finger on 4th string 2nd fret with your middle and ring fingers hovering over 1st string second fret and 2nd string 3rd fret, so when moving to G all you have to do is press down with your middle and ring fingers and drop your index finger down to 3rd string 2nd fret. Hope this helps!

art

thats such an easy transition though
like
bro

,(>.>),

This reminds me of my friends, loving it.

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