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Sweater Weather Chords

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3rd fret
The song is pretty simple, more or less. 4 Chords go on and on. If you are a
rookie, I advise either using a capo on the 3rd fret and playing C Am Em G, or
just play it like this if you're singing. No one can take your fun away :D

Whole song: D# Cm Gm A#


[Verse]

        D#      Cm
All I am is a man
            Gm          A#
I want the world in my hands
           D#
I hate the beach
       Cm      Gm
But I stand in California 
                    A#
with my toes in the sand
                      D#
Use the sleeves on my sweater
              Cm
Let's have an adventure
            Gm                      A#
Head in the clouds but my gravity's centered
         D#                   Cm
Touch my neck and I'll touch yours
             Gm                  A#
You in those little high waisted shorts


[Chorus]

Oh
D#
She knows what I think about
Cm
And what I think about
Gm
One love, two mouths
A#
One love, one house
No shirt, no blouse
Just us, you find out
Nothing I really wanna tell you about, no
                D#     Cm
'Cause it's too cold (whoa)
       Gm
For you here
    A#
And now
          D#    Cm
So let me hold (whoa)
           Gm           A#
Both your hands in the holes of my sweater


[Verse]

D#       
And if I may just take your breath away
Cm
I don't mind if there's not much to say
Gm
Sometimes the silence guides your mind
A#
So move to a place so far away
D#
The goosebumps start to race
Cm
The minute that my left hand meets your waist
Gm
And then I watched your face
A#
Put my finger on your tongue
A#
'Cause you love to taste yeah
D#
These hearts adore
Cm
Everyone the other beat hard is for
Gm
Inside this place is warm
A#
Outside it starts to pour


[Chorus]

Coming down
One love, two mouths
One love, one house
No shirt, no blouse
Just us, you find out
Nothing I really wanna tell you about
No no
'Cause it's too cold (whoa)
For you here
And now
So let me hold (whoa)
Both your hands in the holes of my sweater

'Cause it's too cold (whoa)
For you here
And now
So let me hold (whoa)
Both your hands in the holes of my sweater


[Bridge]

(User rockerdancsi added here, and I recommend this higly:
During what I would consider to be the bridge during the instrumental break and 
following through to the "woahs", they break the chord pattern and briefly changes to D#/A#/F/F 
before returning to D#/Cm/Gm/A#.)


Whoa, whoa...
Whoa, whoa...
Whoa, whoa... (x2)


[Outro]

'Cause it's too cold (whoa)
For you here
And now
So let me hold (whoa)
Both your hands in the holes of my sweater

It's too cold (whoa)
For you here
And now
So let me hold (whoa)
Both your hands in the holes of my sweater

It's too cold, it's too cold
The hands of my sweater.

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chrisguyguerra 11 wrote on February 8 2013, 09:49 pm

Hi hello I love this song and I wish I could learn the whole thing but I cant seem to figure it out I was hoping you could put the chords for the whole song above the lyrics I was wondering if you could do that for me id really appreciate and I believe other would to so thank you for your time!
Sincerly,
a person who wants to learn the song :)

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Carlisle777 15 wrote on February 22 2013, 09:36 pm

Try playing this with the capo on the first fret:
the majority of the song then goes D/bar Cm/ bar Gm/ A
Its pretty easy this way and I think that is the way its done on the recording. There is a bridge section there when the music pauses and then the accoustic guitar comes in strumming three chords until the slowed down vocals come back in for the outro. With capo on first fret this bridge is played /D/A/E/E/...Then when the singing starts go back to the usual 4 chords.....

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rockerdancsi 22 wrote on March 14 2013, 05:06 pm

During what I would consider to be the bridge during the instrumental break and following through to the "woahs", they break the chord pattern and briefly changes to D#/A#/F/F before returning to D#/Cm/Gm/A#.

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