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The Civil Wars - If I Didnt Know Better Ukulele

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If I Didnt Know Better Ukulele

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The Civil Wars
           
        capo 2nd fret
        
     intro: 
      
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          repeat intro once then
      

verse:   Cm

If I didn't know better I'd hang my hat right there
   G                       Cm
If I didn't know better I'd follow you up the stairs
 
Stop saying those sweet things you know I like to hear
     G                            Cm
The horns are blowing louder and they're destroying me
 
    
    chours:
  Fm         Cm    
    Why do I keep drinking
   Fm              Cm
    Wasting my time on you
       Fm       G
    If I didn't know better
    But damnit
      Cm
    I do
 

    verse:

There's a hole in what you're saying
 I can plainly see
 You have a lover that's waiting but baby you're right here with me
 
Ooh
 You might as well be the devil
 Oh
 Keeping me out past three
 Oh
 You're the one with that apple so baby you can't blame me
 

   chour:
Why don't you keep drinking
 Get me one night with you
 If I didn't know better
 But damnit
 I do
 
do intro bit one more time here:


You know that I do
 
Oh
 Baby you're right here with me
 Oh
 Baby you know 
            
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