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Ill Be Ok ukulele

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There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
I saw a lot of people trying to figure out this song on the net, so I decided to write 
down. How to take the chords will be shown at the end.
 Excuse all the --- things, they are there for you to see when to switch chord
Here goes:

Verse:

A         D             C#m7         F#7
You who attacked my old heart with a glance
      F7             Cdim7     F7    E
And replaced it with something new

A        D          C#m7     F#7
You ran away as the pendulum swung
      F7      E
I had only begun


Chorus:

A    Asus4  Ab5   C#m7
I'll be     O-----kay
F#m  F#m major7  F#m7  B
I'll be          O-----K


Bridge:
A, D, Ebdim7, D
A, D, Ebdim7, D

Verse 2:

A         D            C#m7          F#7
You who replaced every beat that was false
      F7           Cdim7   F7
And uptight like a metro---nome

A               D                  C#m7       F#7
You should have stayed 'cause that winter was long
       F7            E
But by dawn you were gone

Chorus:

A    Asus4  Ab5   C#m7
I'll be     O-----kay
F#m  F#m major7  F#m7  B
I'll be          O-----K

Bridge:
A, D, Ebdim7, D
A, D, Ebdim7, D


Verse 3:
A         D             C#m7    F#7
You who resigned when I finally decide-d
     F7     E
That I was alive

Chorus:

A    Asus4  Ab5   C#m7
I'll be     O-----kay
F#m  F#m major7  F#m7  B
I'll be          O-----K

A    Asus4  Ab5   C#m7
I'll be     O-----kay
F#m  F#m major7  F#m7  B
I'll be          O-----K


Ending (same as bridge):
Bridge:
A, D, Ebdim7, D
A, D, Ebdim7, D
A


Chords used in tabs:
Barré A            Barré D

-5---              -5---|
-5---              -7---|
-3---              -7---|
-7---              -7---|
-7---              -5---|
-5---              -5---|


C#m7

-4---
-5---
-4---
-6---
-4---
-4---


F#7

-2---
-2---
-3---
-2---
-4---
-2---

F7


-1---
-1---
-2---
-1---
-3---
-1---


Cdim7

-x---
-4---
-3---
-4---
-3---
-x---                  x=not to be played


E

-0---
-0---
-1---
-2---
-2---
-0---


Normal A (non barré)

-0---
-2---
-2---
-2---
-0---
-----

Asus4

-0---
-3---
-2---
-2---
-0---
-----

Ab5 (I take a kind of barré on second freat)

-----
-4---
-2---
-2---
-----
-----


F#m

-2---
-2---
-2---
-4---
-4---
-2---

F#m major7

-2---
-2---
-2---
-3---
-4---
-2---

F#m7

-2---
-2---
-2---
-2---
-4---
-2---


B

-2---
-4---
-4---
-4---
-2---
-----

Ebdim7

-x---
-7---
-6---
-7---
-6---
-x---


There you go!

            
            
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