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The Only One chords

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*Note* This is what I heard, then played along with a live version, and then played 
with the recorded version, being in perfect harmony both times. I still don't know how 
this is, but it's a step up from all the others, which are just plain WRONG!

*Note* when played live, the song starts with an intro of strums in a pattern like this: 
A A - E E E - F#m F#m F#m - D D D - A A A which then leads into the intro drum fill and 
song starts as usual

Intro: A E F#m D A E D

Verse:
A                          E
Oh I love (Oh I love) Oh I love
                  F#m
What you do to my head
                   D
When you pull me upstairs
                   A
And you push me to bed.
                E
I love what you do to my head.
       D
It’s a mess up there

Repeat for second verse, bridge, and third and fourth verses

Chorus:
           G
You’re the only one I cry for
                      D
The only one I try to please.
           G
You’re the only one I sigh for
                      D
The only one I die to squeeze.
            C
And it gets better everyday,
                            D
I play with you it’s such a scream.
             C
Yeah it gets better everyday, I say
                 D
With you it’s so extreme.
             C
Yeah it gets wetter everyday, I stay
                     D
With you it’s like a dream.

repeat verse three times

repeat chorus

A                          E
Oh I love, oh i love, oh I love
What you do to me.

*Note* when played live, the E chord is replaced with repetive down strokes on all open 
The line "Oh I love" is repeated several times in time with the strokes, each time 
up into more of a shout, until the line "what you do to me", which is simply spoken.

Transcribed by Russell O'Leary, all music property of The Cure

            
            
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