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Intro:
                 D Gb G
An-nyŏng-ha-se-yo
                 D Gb G

Verse:
                              D Gb G
Sometimes you gotta bleed to know 
                              D Gb G
That you’re alive and have a soul
                              A7
But it takes someone to come around
            A
To show you how

Chorus:
                     G
She’s the tear in my heart

I’m alive
          A          Bm
She’s the tear in my heart

I’m on fire
          A          D
She’s the tear in my heart
        A
Take me higher
                 D Gb G
Than I’ve ever been

Verse:
                             D Gb G
The songs on the radio are okay
                               D Gb G
But my taste in music is your face
                             A7
And it takes a song to come around
            A
To show you how

Chorus:
                     G
She's the tear in my heart
   
I'm alive
          A          Bm
She’s the tear in my heart

I’m on fire
          A          D
She’s the tear in my heart
        A
Take me higher
               G
Than I’ve ever been
          A    Bm
Than I’ve ever been
          A    D      A
Than I’ve ever been
               D
Than I’ve ever been

Bridge:
D                          A D           Gb  G   D          A D
ohh, oh-oh, oh, ooh, oh-oh,      ooo, oo-oo, oo, ooo, oo oo
D        Gb        G  D                        A   D          
You fell asleep in my    car I drove the whole time
D          Gb           G    D                         A    D                              
But that’s okay I’ll just avoid the holes so you sleep fine
D           Gb     G 
I’m driving here I sit
D                 A   D  
Cursing my government
D         Gb      G    D                          A  D
For not using my taxes to fill holes with more cement
D        Gb        G  D                       A    D
You fell asleep in my   car I drove the whole time
D          Gb          G     D                         A   D
But that’s okay I’ll just avoid the holes so you sleep fine
D           Gb     G  D
I’m driving here I sit
D                D             
Cursing my government
A7        A                                          D Gb G
For not using my taxes to fill holes with more cement

Verse:
                             D     Gb  G
Sometimes you gotta bleed to know, oh, oh
                             D     Gb  G
That you’re alive and have a soul, oh, oh
                             A7
But it takes someone to come around
            A
To show you how

Chorus:
                     G
She’s the tear in my heart

I’m alive
          A          Bm
She’s the tear in my heart

I’m on fire
          A          D
She’s the tear in my heart
         A
Take me higher
          
Than I’ve ever been


G
My heart is my armour
          A          Bm
She’s the tear in my heart

She’s a carver
        A              D
She’s a butcher with a smile
       A
Cut me farther
               G
Than I’ve ever been
          A    Bm
Than I’ve ever been
          A    D     A
Than I’ve ever been
               
Than I’ve ever been


G
My heart is my armour
          A          Bm
She’s the tear in my heart

She’s a carver
        A              D
She’s a butcher with a smile
       A
Cut me farther
                   D
Than I’ve ever been
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108 Comments

  1. SpotifyPremium

    I suggest -2 with a capo on the 2nd fret, it sounds great!

  2. Ugh, if you feel this song then you’ve had the life sucked out of ya. Feels good to play this song, sing out what hurt my heart wants to yell. All I can do to process out this hurt in the realm of love.

  3. carrot_tøp19

    Totally going to play this song for my girlfriend. (She loves Twenty Øne pilots aswell)

  4. AddictWithAUkelele

    This song is definitely about Josh

  5. SpotifyPremium

    for the bridge part, i recommend

    d-(chuck)-u-u-d

    it sounds really nice

  6. I highly suggest, and find it much easier, when playing Gb/F# to barre the first fret with the 2nd string of the second fret and 4th string of the third fret down. It is a far stretch, but then when switching from Gb/F# to G, all you have to do is slide the same fingerings down a fret and it makes for a much easier transition in the verses :)

  7. sincerelysara

    strumming pattern?

  8. Ney the clique

    You can use the strumming pattern DX UXU (X=mute) in the bridge

  9. Blurryface

    my name’s blurryface and i care what you think

  10. PurpleRose

    +5

  11. Fox Music

    I CANNOT PLAY Bb!!!!!!!!~!

  12. inactive ingredients

    I recommend -2 but e7 instead of e

  13. Implicit Demand for a Taxi Cab

    3+ is actually even easier, so try that one guys :))

  14. fluent_gay

    transposing to +3 makes it sooo much easier

  15. Implicit Demand for a Taxi Cab

    For anyone who wants it easier, transpose to -2

  16. FrancesIvy

    anyone got an alternative to Bb (+3)?

  17. acciolovegood

    any alternatives for Bm and Gb?

  18. Blurrybangtanphan

    Also at the beginning, it’s ‘An-nyeong-haseyo’ instead because it is the Korean way of formally saying hello :)

  19. Honestly I’m the beginning I play D-D-D7 but that’s just my opinion….

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