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Jerome ukulele

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Am
FRONT AND BACK YOU'RE ON MY MIND,
YOUR NAME IS IN MY CEILING
Am
AND HOW I KNOW I KNOW YOU'RE MINE FOR
YOU ARE NOT LEAVING

  C
I HEAR YOUR SHOUTING
  C                 F   
I FEEL YOUR POUNDING
Am
NOW YOU'RE MINE, YOU'RE MINE AGAIN
G                           Am
SWEAR YOU'LL NEVER LEAVE ME

Am
IN MY MIND I HEAR YOUR SONG,
                                Am 
IT'S PLAYING WHILE I'M DREAMING
Am
DIDN'T MEAN TO MAKE IT REAL BUT COULDN'T
               Am
STOP MY FEELING

  C
I HEAR YOUR CRYING
  C                F
I FEEL YOUR WINDING

C
NOW YOU'RE MINE, YOU'RE MINE AGAIN
G                          Am 
SWEAR YOU'LL NEVER LEAVE ME

C  G     Am
OH OH JEROME
C  G     Am
OH OH JEROME
    C            G           Am  
I'M SCREAMING AT NOTHING, JEROME
    F            G            Am
YOU'VE GOT ME FOR NOTHING, JEROME

Am
FRONT AND BACK YOU'RE ON MY MIND
                          Am
YOUR NAME IS IN MY CEILING
Am
AND HOW I KNOW I KNOW YOU'RE MINE FOR
                   F
YOU ARE NOT LEAVING

  C
I HEAR YOUR SHOUTING
  C                 F   
I FEEL YOUR POUNDING
C
NOW YOU'RE MINE, YOU'RE MINE AGAIN
G                           Am
SWEAR YOU'LL NEVER LEAVE ME


C  G     Am
OH OH JEROME
C  G     Am
OH OH JEROME
    C            G           Am  
I'M SCREAMING AT NOTHING, JEROME
    F            G            Am
YOU'VE GOT ME FOR NOTHING, JEROME

Am (out...)

The fluid-sounding keyboard piece is the thinnest four strings, strummed in time.

Otherwise, play however you'd like. Simple strumming or strumming to the beat works.

I typically strum string A for the loud bass drum, then play the remainder of the chord.

            
            
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