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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.
CC chord               FF chord AmAm chord
I will tell you, I love you.
        FF chord             CC chord         AmAm chord         GG chord
But the muffs on your ears will cater your fears.
CC chord                    FF chord          AmAm chord
My nose and feet are running as we start
   FF chord              CC chord     AmAm chord          GG chord
To travel through snow. Together we go.
FF chord CC chord AmAm chord GG chord           FF chord CC chord AmAm chord GG chord
      -Together we go -echo--
 FF chord       AmAm chord CC chord GG chord
 We get colder,
    FF chord        AmAm chord CC chord GG chord
 As we grow older.
 FF chord        AmAm chord CC chord GG chord
 We will walk
 FF chord        AmAm chord CC chord GG chord
 So much slower.
Interlude: FF chord CC chord AmAm chord GG chord FF chord CC chord AmAm chord GG chord
 CC chord                FF chord         AmAm chord
 Oh Ms. Believer, my pretty weeper.
 FF chord            CC chord                 AmAm chord          FF chord   GG chord
 Your twisted thoughts are like snow on the rooftops.
CC chord                           FF chord          AmAm chord
 Please take my hand, we're in foreign land
       FF chord              CC chord       AmAm chord        GG chord
 As we travel through snow. Together we go.
FF chord CC chord AmAm chord GG chord           FF chord CC chord AmAm chord GG chord
      -Together we go -echo--
 FF chord       AmAm chord CC chord GG chord
 We get colder,
    FF chord        AmAm chord CC chord GG chord
 As we grow older.
 FF chord        AmAm chord CC chord GG chord
 We will walk
 FF chord        AmAm chord CC chord GG chord
 So much slower.
Outro -x4-: FF chord AmAm chord CC chord GG chord

This arrangement for the song is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the song. You may only use this for private study, scholarship, or research.


  • Magali says:

    What is this last thing for?

  • Laniasi says:

    @Magali it is a tabular that means you have to plunk the strings. The best you could do is asking the internet how to read a tab.

    • FrentotheBlurryfaces says:

      The best tutorial I found for tabs is on YouTube. The Ukulele Teacher tells you what they are and how to read them. He helped so much I even wrote my own tabs for Addict With A Pen and Merry Christmas! Just YouTube “The Ukulele Teacher tabs” and it should come up.

  • Jensen says:

    Okay but for the last part where you’re plucking the strings, I think it sounds better if you play 0 on the xG string rather than a 5 on the xA (very last note), but that’s just my personal opinion

  • Moony says:

    If anyone wants the picking pattern, it’s
    and then repeat to get one verse.
    The chorus is
    and repeat that.

  • ksadegi says:

    awesome work man.

    Slight edit on end tab… Felt it needed improvement :


    Hope it helps!!!

  • ksadegi says:


    Formatting Correction*

    • Uncomfortably_Close_Stranger says:

      Thanks, these are great! I thought they seemed a little off. Still can’t play very well though… :)

  • twentyoneukeleles says:

    i agree with @Moony for the plucking pattern

  • TheTrueBlurryFace says:

    This song is incredible :3

  • kikiuke24 says:

    oops never mind

  • Melissa925 says:

    this is an amazing song. even managed to get myself some sleigh bells!!!]

  • Ms. Believer says:

    Is the plucking necessary?

  • ItsCalledUkuleleScreamo says:

    This song is so good

  • AHCdogcrazy says:

    I absolutely ADORE this song! Thank you so much!

  • ukulelechick says:

    as a piano player & ukulele player, i use these chords for ukulele and piano! it sounds awesome too.

  • Charlotte says:

    Omg love this song

  • A confused Citizen that loves TØP says:

    How do you read plucking pattern things?

    • A Guy That Wants To Help The Person Above says:

      The plucking thing is called TAB. You will see that the beginning of each line there is a letter. Each letter is the note that one of the strings makes while it is open. In most cases A is the top letter. A is the string a the bottom of your ukulele. This means that the TAB is upside down(which it always is). The numbers are which fret you put your finger on.

  • pandahope31 says:

    Goodness! This song is going to be so good for the holidays!

    I’m so excited!

  • Fi says:

    I may sound slow for asking this XD but, what’s the strum pattern.?

  • GriffterGriff says:

    This website is brilliant for learning Twenty One Pilots songs! Learnt loads perfectly on here! Favourite is Migraine, got it perfectly now!

  • Genevieve says:

    I’m a beginner and sorry for the dumb queation, but could someone tell me how to do it with down and up, cause I still learn that way? I would really appreciate that!

  • Ukumaster123 says:

    I love twenty one pilots and I want to learn them all please make more they are truly incredible and this song is one of my favourites! :)

  • Ukumaster123 says:

    omg I love your username twentyoneukuleles xD

  • lily rae says:

    Anybody know the strumming pattern?

  • Leilur says:

    Personally I like this better as a fingerpicking tab for the verse (especially if you have a low G string):

  • Leilur says:

    Personally I like this better as a finger-picking tab for the verse (especially if you have a low G string):

    Formatting correction

  • Andrea says:

    How do we strum for the song. Up down or just down????

  • oliviagilkeson says:

    hey i found this outro tab to be the easiest(only on A string):
    A/3-5-7-10-7-5–3-7-5-0–3–5-7-10–3-5-7-5 x2

  • Elp12345 says:

    Anyone know the strumming pattern

    • greekgeek250 says:

      I don’t know the “official” strumming pattern for this song, but here is what I use:
      D-D-U-D-D-U and repeat for the entire song. :) I hope this helps!

    • Jus trying to help says:

      This one doesn’t really require one, it sounds very pretty if you just strum, at max 4 down strums (but that’s only for the C’s in the beginning of a few lines:)

    • Er says:

      Obviously, the song doesn’t actually have a ukulele part to learn from or get a strum pattern from, but I like going D-U-D-U-D-U-D-U with a chunk strum for every third eighth note. All the eighth notes are done with swing, too.

  • heyheyhey says:

    The chords fit perfectly- thanks! If you want a smoother ending, I found that strumming once of C at the very end sounds nice :)

  • MaddyMoo says:

    Hey I am new so I don’t really know how to play/read the bottom part…

    • rylan lee says:

      it’s a graph for plucking.
      the letter order is upside down of the strings, but it’s pretty simple once you know what it means.
      the dash is a rest, the number coordinates with a fret and a string (the first would be thrid fret of the a string), and then the 0 means to pluck the string while its open (so without it being pressed down at all).
      i hope that helped a little bit.

  • Beautifulchild369 says:

    is a tab just a different way to play the same song?

  • Not Very Good, Sorry If I Suck says:

    Here’s what I found works for the tab… I don’t really know how to write these. All I know is that I plucked this pattern on the A string/First String.

    I played that twice except the last section (3-5-7-10-3-3-3-5-7-) goes A/3-5-7-10-3-3-3-5-7-5-3

  • Kamarria says:

    Does anyone know the strumming pattern? I’m trying to figure one out but failing miserably.

    • dylanoliver says:

      this might not help much, but i normally just improvise the strumming pattern and go along with whatever happens and sounds best. for this though i just strummed once for each chord and let it ring out until the next one :)

  • SpookyJim says:

    I’m new at ukulele so if someone could explain the strumming patterns to me that would be awesome

    • dylanoliver says:

      see my reply to the comment above you :)

      also, anywhere where you see the letters is a chord, so you strum all the strings (following the fingering shown), and at the end is what is called a TAB, where you only strum the one string with the fret shown.

  • Username? says:

    Just singing this song on this key gives me a headache.

    • Kimchi Katana Puppy says:

      Hello fellow ukuleleist,
      I believe this situations calls for transposition.
      Because the chords in this tab are pretty easy, I don’t recommend changing the chords. Try singing an octave higher or lower than what you are playing, and perhaps it will help. If not, you can transpose the chords as low or high as you need them to help match your voice. This can make the chords harder, but I’m sure you will figure it out.
      Keep on playing! This is a beautiful song, and it would be a shame if you could not sing it. Best of luck to you!
      Kimchi Katana Puppy

  • Megan says:

    For everyone asking for strum pattern…I don’t know if there really is one but I’ve been doing quarter note downstrums (just the underlying beat that’s easy to feel) and then doing an eighth note down-up just before any of the chords change. For instance, for “Oh Ms Believer, my pretty sleeper” I do three downstrums then down-up on C, one down then one down-up on F, and one down then one down-up on Am. The down-up is sort of swing eighth notes.

  • ThereWasAnAttempt.jpg says:

    I find that adding a C (chord) at the end sounds a bit better. Just my opinion though

  • Kook the uku says:

    this song is one of my favorites!

  • Rareukulele.jpg says:

    I can’t seem to get the plucking pattern at the end, is there an easier version than this pattern? Or is there a link to an easier one?

  • twentyonegoneradios says:

    Personally, I do UDUDUDUDUDUDUDUD (:

  • Smashdiggity;) says:

    I love this song!

  • twentyonestrings says:

    I’m obsessed with this song rn so knowing the chords makes me so happy

  • kay says:

    I’m new to playing uke so i don’t know how to read the plucking pattern does anyone know where i can learn thaf

    • i just like ukulele says:

      there are some really good tutorials on how to read tabs on youtube, I suggest looking it up.

  • Uke Player says:

    I made this tab for this song when I was bored not too sure if it’s fully correct but I think it sounds pretty spot on the only string you need to use is A also I’m not too sure how to space it correctly but I hope you can figure out the tune it goes to:


  • ImHereToLearnTheUke says:

    I don’t know the real strumming pattern and I’ve tried a few different ones, but I found that DD – UU -D works really well for me.

  • Supremeoverlord says:

    i wanted to cry the first time I heard this song

  • Grace says:

    I plucked A string third fret through the acapella begining every now and then and it sounded really cool

  • Abbydabbydoo2903 says:

    Ok I’m new so maybe I got this wrong, but what happened to the rest of the song?

  • Abbydabbydoo2903 says:

    Nvr mind there was a glitch. Its all here☺

  • friendly helper says:

    just a little preference of mine, i prefer, on the ending, instead of the tab thats shown, to play this (all on the a string):

    3 5 7 10 7 5 3 7 5 3 0
    3 5 7 10 3 3 5 5 7 5

    hope this helps ((:

  • DomoDaGreat1375 says:

    Any tips on how this could be played on capo 5fret guitar?

  • Random confused child says:

    So does anyone have a strum pattern bc I used the ones you guys suggested and they just didn’t sound right for me

  • c4b says:

    IDK why i just like the sound of strumming the E C and G after finishing the last tab

    A nice little personal flair

  • Kait says:

    @ anyone still asking how to read tablature, just look up The Ukulele Teacher on youtube along with “how to read tabs” and there’s a very simple video to learn from. You’re welcome in advance

  • the last time says:

    As a uke player with a slightly higher voice, I’ve started to play at +2 and that really makes my voice strain less. Try clicking the numbers to transpose the chords and see if that helps

  • Grace Dun says:

    I find +2 is best for a metso soprano voice. Just kind of compliments the sound best. Is you have a soprano I would say probably +4-5 or if you voice if lover a -2 or -3

  • Molly Cohan says:

    Can someone please explain to me how to count tabs or if the dashes mean anything? I get very confused whenever I see one and can never seem to play them right.

  • Emily says:

    Does it say the strumming pattern?

  • TwentyDunPirates says:

    Actually, nevermind I just redid it so it’s easier (at least for me). I did it mostly on A, but a bit on E. I can’t write tab, so you’ll know when I switch strings. (To the rythm of OMB) A: 3579753753 E:53 A:357935775 *Glamourous C chord*

  • TwentyDunPirates says:

    @ThereWasAnAttempt.jpg Agreef

  • TaxiCabHometown says:

    At the end instead of playing the tab I play the normal chords given for the outro four times like given amount of times but I add on a c at the end and I slowly strum it so you hear each one of the strings’ unique sounds. STAY ALIVE!!!!! |-/

  • TaxiCabHometown says:

    @twenty one pilots girle please keep in mind that one time you probably asked what that was and tbh I just learned how to play it today and I’ve been playing the uke since December. And @Magali don’t feel bad. It’s really difficult. Imo it sounds better without the tab but if you’re a tøp fan and want to learn a good tab then I suggest isle of flightless birds bc it’s a beautiful song and the tab is really long so it’s good practice. I learned that one today. |-/

  • TwEnTyOnEpIlOtS says:

    hey wuts a ukulele?

  • Ruby says:

    I put a capo on the first fret and it sounds really great especially since I have a high singing voice so I would definenty recommend that

  • HiFrEnS/iTsDeAtH says:

    I can’t find a really good tab that fits a concert/soprano ukes. The one they have here doesn’t sound quite right. Someone please help me.

  • area 51 is american wizarding school says:

    okay you need to chill out. there’s no need to be all high and mighty. THIS IS A UKULELE CHORD WEBSITE we’re all friends here

  • Blurryface says:

    If ya’ll could quit being pantaloons for half a mo, what’s the strumming pattern please? I am in love with all tøp songs and this was a simpler one but idk the strum pattern. Thanks ya’lol!

  • Sigge says:

    I can take that hug if it’s stil available:’)

  • ali_the_emo says:

    I love this song, its so easy to learn, play and sing but the lyrics are so strong and meaningful. Tyler Joseph is so creative and he uses such powerful words.

  • THat'sniFFTERz says:

    This song is so sweet <333

  • top trash |-/ says:

    For the end instead of the tab shown there I do, all on the a string,:
    hope this is helpful |-/

  • Neiko says:

    I think that this is more fun to play if you play all the notes down and mute the after a second.

  • Kat07 says:

    I’ve been playing the Ukulele for a little over a year now and I still don’t understand strumming patterns

  • Star_Boy4 says:

    I have a capo, What fret of my ukulele should i put it on? I have a lower voice and want to learn. Please help! -Star

  • Zodack85 says:

    Shout out to @twentyonepilotsgirle for the funny comment, and @homeslice, try a better comeback.

  • the_blurryface says:

    It’s so amazing how everyone is so kind here! Everyone says that the internet is bad, well they haven’t looked here, obviously |-/
    All of y’all are amazing people.

  • emulee says:

    Is there a specific strumming pattern?

  • Ukuleleismylife says:

    I have been looking at all the strumming patterns and the thing at the end of the song and I still don’t get it! What is it and what does it mean?!? I am new at ukulele

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