If you are searching for Expectation ukulele chords, you have come to the right site.
You can play versatile instrument Expectation using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Tame Impala can also be played by that instruments.
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Expectation chords has rhythm and included in Innerspeaker (2010) album.
You can also find other musical style, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Expectation by Tame Impala Ukulele Chords


Tame Impala – Expectation
from their 2010 album ‘Innerspeaker’

I absolutely love this song, (and the trippy music video that goes along with it) and
have been meaning to tab it for a while. I finally got around to it and tried to
make it as complete as possible, with both guitars, bass and keyboards. There are
probably some errors somewhere, so if you spot any let me know in the comments and
tell me the corrections that need to be made. If you learn this song, why not record
yourself playing it and upload it to YouTube? Let me know in the comments if you do.

Thanks!

[0:01-0:10]
Guitar:
e-3-5-|
B-3-5-|
G-4-5-| x8
D-5-3-|
A-3-3-|
E—–|

[0:11-0:20]
Guitar:
e-3-5-|
B-3-5-|
G-4-5-| x8
D-5-3-|
A-3-3-|
E—–|

[0:11-0:20]
Bass:
G—–|
D—3-| x8
A-3—|
E—–|

[0:21-0:31]
Guitar:


e-3--5-5-3--5-|
B-3--5-5-3--5-|
G-4--5-5-4--5-| x4
D-5--3-3-5--3-|
A-3--3-3-3--3-|
E-------------|

[0:21-0:31]
Bass:


G-------------|
D----3-3----3-| x4
A-3------3----|
E-------------|

[0:31-0:36]
Bass:


G-5----------|
D-------3--5-| x2
A----3-------|
E------------|

“Everything you ever told me could’ve been a lie,
we may never have been in love”

[0:37-0:41]
Guitar:


e-3--5-5-3--5-|
B-3--5-5-3--5-|
G-4--5-5-4--5-| x2
D-5--3-3-5--3-|
A-3--3-3-3--3-|
E-------------|

[0:37-0:41]
Bass:


G-------------|
D----3-3----3-| x2
A-3------3----|
E-------------|

[0:37-0:41]
Flangy 2nd guitar:


e--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G-14b16r14-14-12-14------------------------12-14--14b16r14-14----14--14b16r14-14-------|
D--------------------14-12-14-12-----12-14--------------------14-----------------14-12-|
A--------------------------------14----------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

(This guitar is buried back in the mix and is hard to make out due to the heavy use of
effects, so this is just a rough estimation. Play it however you like.)

[0:42-0:46]
Bass:


G-5-------|
D-----3-5-| x2
A---3-----|
E---------|

“Stuck on thinking that there is always something to lose,
or a hit from above”

[0:47-0:56]
Guitar:


e-3--5-5-3--5-|
B-3--5-5-3--5-|
G-4--5-5-4--5-| x4
D-5--3-3-5--3-|
A-3--3-3-3--3-|
E-------------|

[0:47-0:56]
Bass:


G-------------|
D----3-3----3-| x4
A-3------3----|
E-------------|

[0:47-0:56]
Flangy 2nd guitar:


e--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
B--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
G-12-14-14b16r14-14-12-14------------------------12-14--14b16r14-14----14--14-12-------| x2
D--------------------------14-12-14-12-----12-14--------------------14-----------12-14-|
A--------------------------------------14----------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|

“Or a hit from above”

[0:57-1:02]
Guitar:


e------------------------|
B------------------------|
G------------------------|
D------------------------|
A-2-3p2--2-3--2-3p2--2-3-|
E------------------------|

[0:57-1:02]
Bass:


G------------------------|
D------------------------|
A-3--------------2-------|
E------------------3-----|

[1:02-1:22]
Guitar:


e-3--5-5-5-5-|
B-3--5-5-5-5-|
G-4--5-5-5-5-| x16
D-5--3-3-3-3-|
A-3--3-3-3-3-|
E------------|

[1:02-1:22]
Bass:


G------------|
D----3-3---3-| x16
A-3------3---|
E------------|

“I don’t need what I’m holding,
what I’m holding onto,
I wish I knew,
ohhh”

[1:12-1:22]
Keyboard:


e---------------3------------5p3------------------------------|
B--------------------------------5--3-5p3---------------------|
G-----------------------------------------5--4-5p4------------|
D-------2h4h5--------------------------------------4--2-4p2---|
A-2h3h5-----------------------------------------------------5-|
E-------------------------------------------------------------|

” I wish I knew ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh”
(Use the spacing of the words as a guide, e.g. as the “ohhh”
part is sung, the second part comes in. Not 100% sure on this
one. Once again, it’s buried back in the mix so it’s a bit
hard to work out.)

[1:23-1:28]
Guitar:


e--------------------------------|
B--------------------------------|
G--------------------------------|
D----3---------------------------|
A----3---------------------------|
E----1---------------------------|

[1:23-1:28]
Bass:


G--------5-3---------3-----------|
D------------5-3-3-5-------------|
A----3---------------------------|
E--------------------------------|

[1:27-1:28]
Keyboard:


e--------------------------------|
B--------------------------------|
G--------------------------------|
D--------------------------2h4h5-|
A--------------------2h3h5-------|
E--------------------------------|

“But meanwhile”
(Another attempt to transcribe a
keyboard part. This is played fast, so
it’s tough to work out the exact notes.)

[1:28-1:47]
Guitar:


e-------5--3--3--5-|
B-------5--5--3--5-|
G-2-----5--4--4--5-| x4
D-2--2--3--5--5--3-|
A-0--2--3--3--5--3-|
E----0--------3----|

[1:28-1:47]
Bass:


G------------------|
D----------------5-| x4
A-0-----3-----3----|
E----0-----3-------|

“Fluctuations are aching my soul,
expectation is taking its toll,
expectation is taking its toll,
’cause everything you ever told me could’ve been a lie, we may…”

[1:48-1:55]
Guitar:
e-3-5-|
B-3-5-|
G-4-5-| x4
D-5-3-|
A-3-3-|
E—–|
“never have been in love”

[1:55-2:00]
Guitar:
e-3-5-3-5-|
B-3-5-3-5-|
G-4-5-4-5-| x2
D-5-3-5-3-|
A-3-3-3-3-|


E---------|

(Quicken tempo)

[2:01-2:10]
Guitar:


e-3--5-5-3--5-|
B-3--5-5-3--5-|
G-4--5-5-4--5-| x4
D-5--3-3-5--3-|
A-3--3-3-3--3-|
E-------------|

[2:01-2:10]
Bass:


G-------------|
D----3-3----3-| x4
A-3------3----|
E-------------|

[2:01-2:10]
Guitar:


e-----------5-|
B-----------5-|
G-----------5-| x4
D-----------3-|
A-----------3-|
E-------------|

(There is a very subtle, barely
noticeable backwards guitar that
fades in on each repeat. This isn’t
essential to playing the song, but
it is a cool little thing you could
include and exaggerate using a flange
and volume pedal or the volume
switch on your guitar to fade into
the chord.)

[2:11-2:26]
Guitar:


e--------|
B----5-5-|
G----5-5-| x12

D-5–5-5-|
A-5–3-3-|


E-3------|

[2:11-2:26]
Bass:


G--------|
D--------| x12
A----3-3-|
E-3------|

“And now I’ll escape,
I’ll never ever have to see a
disappointed face,
no one to please,
every now and then,
it feels like…”

[2:26-2:32]
Bass:


G-----------------------------------------------|
D----0--1--1---0-1-3-------1---3--5-10-8--7--10-|
A-3---------------------------------------------|
E-----------------------------------------------|

“In all of the universe, there is nobody for me”
(Play each note in time with the word that is below it,
e.g. for “universe”, “u” is 0, “ni” is 1, and “verse” is 3;
or for “nobody”, “no” is 5, “bod” is 10, and “y” is 8.
Try singing the words as you play it to learn it quicker.)

[2:32-2:41]
Guitar:


e--------|
B----5-5-|
G----5-5-| x8

D-5–5-5-|
A-5–3-3-|


E-3------|

[2:32-2:41]
Bass:


G--------|
D--------| x8
A----3-3-|
E-3------|

[2:42-3:02]
Guitar:


e-3--5-5-3--5-|
B-3--5-5-3--5-|
G-4--5-5-4--5-| x8
D-5--3-3-5--3-|
A-3--3-3-3--3-|
E-------------|

[2:42-3:02]
Bass:


G-------------|
D----3-3----3-| x8
A-3------3----|
E-------------|

“I told myself I wouldn’t care,
no, I wouldn’t care,
but when she said she’d come around
I combed my hair,
yes, I checked my hair”

[3:02-3:07]
Guitar:


e------------------------|
B------------------------|
G------------------------|
D------------------------|
A-2-3p2--2-3--2-3p2--2-3-|
E------------------------|

[3:08-3:12]
Guitar:


e-----------------5-|
B-----------------5-|
G-----------------5-|
D----3------------3-|
A----3------------3-|
E----1--------------|

[3:08-3:12]
Bass:


G-------------------|
D-------------------|
A-----------------3-|
E----1--------------|

“Ooh and meanwhile”

[3:13-3:17]
Guitar:


e-----------5-|
B-----------5-|
G-----------5-|
D-3---------3-|
A-3---------3-|
E-1-----------|

[3:13-3:17]
Bass:


G-----5-3---5-|
D---------3---|
A-------------|
E-1-----------|

“Meanwhile”

[3:18-3:22]
Guitar:


e--------------------|
B--------------------|
G--------------------|
D-3---3-3-3----3-3-3-|
A-3---3-3-3----3-3-3-|
E-1---1-1-1----1-1-1-|

[3:18-3:22]
Bass:


G-----5-3---5----3-5-|
D---------3----3-----|
A--------------------|
E-1------------------|

“Meanwhile”

[3:22-3:23]
Keyboard:


e---------|
B---------|
G---------|
D-------2-|

A-2h3h5—|


E---------|

[3:23-3:33]
Synth:


e-------5--3--3--5-|
B-------5--5--3--5-|
G-2-----5--4--4--5-| x2
D-2--2--3--5--5--3-|
A-0--2--3--3--5--3-|
E----0--------3----|

“Fluctuations are aching my soul,
expectation is taking its toll”

[3:33-3:43]
Synth:


e-------5--3--3--5-|
B-------5--5--3--5-|
G-2-----5--4--4--5-| x2
D-2--2--3--5--5--3-|
A-0--2--3--3--5--3-|
E----0--------3----|

[3:33-3:43]
Guitar:


e---------------------|
B---------------------|
G---------------------| x2
D----------------5----|
A-0-----3-----3-------|
E----0-----3----------|

“fluctuations are aching my soul,
expectation is taking its toll”

[3:43-4:14]
Synth:


e-------5--3--3--5-|
B-------5--5--3--5-|
G-2-----5--4--4--5-| x6
D-2--2--3--5--5--3-|
A-0--2--3--3--5--3-|
E----0--------3----|

[3:43-4:14]
Guitar:


e-------5--3--3--5-|
B-------5--5--3--5-|
G-2-----5--4--4--5-| x6
D-2--2--3--5--5--3-|
A-0--2--3--3--5--3-|
E----0--------3----|

[3:43-4:14]
Bass:


G------------------|
D----------------5-| x6
A-0-----3-----3----|
E----0-----3-------|

“fluctuation is making me old,
expectation is taking its toll,
fluctuations are aching my soul,
expectation is taking its toll,
fluctuations are aching my soul,
expectation is taking its toll”

[4:14-4:19]
Synth:


e-------5--3--3--5-|
B-------5--5--3--5-|
G-2-----5--4--4--5-|
D-2--2--3--5--5--3-|
A-0--2--3--3--5--3-|
E----0--------3----|

[4:19-4:24]
Synth:


e-5----------------|
B-5----------------|
G-5----------------|
D-3----------------|
A-3----------------|
E------------------|

The song fades out at this point,
and then eventually fades back into this:

OUTRO:


------

[4:30-4:38]
Guitar with flange:


e--------|
B----5-5-|
G----5-5-| x6

D-5–5-5-|
A-5–3-3-|


E-3------|

[4:38-4:51]
Guitar with flange:


e--------|
B----5-5-|
G----5-5-| x10

D-5–5-5-|
A-5–3-3-|


E-3------|

[4:38-4:51]
Bass:


G----------|

D-10-10-10-| x10


A----------|
E----------|

[4:51-5:37]
Guitar with flange:


e--------|
B----5-5-|
G----5-5-| x36

D-5–5-5-|
A-5–3-3-|


E-3------|

[4:51-5:42]
Bass:


G--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D----0-1-1-0--1-3---1-3-5--5s10-8-7--7s10-10-10-10-10-10-10-10-10-10-10-10-| x5
A-3------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------------------------------|

[5:37-5:48]
Two guitars:


e--------|
B----5-5-|
G----5-5-| x8

D-5–5-5-|
A-5–3-3-|


E-3------|

(A second guitar doubles this, one with flange and one clean)

[5:43-5:53]
Bass:


G--------------------------------------------------------------------------|
D----0-1-1-0--1-3---1-3-5--5s10-8-7--7s10-10-10-10-10-10-10-10-10-10-10-10-|
A-3------------------------------------------------------------------------|
E--------------------------------------------------------------------------|

[5:48-5:53]
Keyboard:


e------------------------------------3-------------------------------------|
B------------------------------------3-------------------------------------|
G------------------------------------4-------------------------------------|
D------------------------------------5-------------------------------------|
A------------------------------------5-------------------------------------|
E------------------------------------3-------------------------------------|

(Keyboard starts playing at the part where
the bass slides from the 7th to the 10th fret)

[5:48-5:58]
Two guitars:


e--------|
B----5-5-|
G----5-5-| x8

D-5–5-5-|
A-5–3-3-|


E-3------|

[5:53-5:58]
Bass:


G-----------------------------------|
D----0-1-1-0--1-3---1-3-5--5s10-8-7-|
A-3---------------------------------|
E-----------------------------------|

[5:53-6:00]
Keyboard:


e-------------------------------------|
B-----------------------------------5-|
G----------------------5------------5-|
D-----------------------------------5-|
A-2--3---2--3---2--3------3---------3-|
E-------------------------------------|

| s slide
| h hammer-on
| p pull-off
| b Bend up to
specified pitch
| r Release bend back
to specified pitch

Please leave comments and feedback and rate my tab;
I’m genuinely interested to know if this helped/didn’t
help/lead to you nailing the song/picked up any errors
in the tab/picked up any chicks with your
epic guitar skills, etc.:p

Thanks! And go buy Tame Impala’s album ‘Innerspeaker’.
It’s mind-blowing and definitely worth the money!

To play the most songs, including Expectation by Tame Impala by ukulele, the most important basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord.
These set you up to play a many of songs, and each of them is easy to master.

If you are looking for Keep on Lying ukulele chords, you have come to the right site.
You can play versatile instrument Keep on Lying using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Tame Impala can also be played by that instruments.
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Keep on Lying chords has rhythm and included in Lonerism (2012) album.
You can also get other musical style, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Keep on Lying by Tame Impala Ukulele Chords


(Verses)
All I give are little clues
Maybe one day I’ll get through
There is nothing I can do
I just keep on lying to you

I only need to say it’s true
Only heart already knew
But there is nothing you can do
I just keep on lying to you

Should my cover ever blow
Would you ever let it go
There is something you should know
But hell if I’d ever let it show

So here I am trying to be strong
It was noon and my shadow’s long
I guess I’ll go a day just as soon
As I get to the end of this song,

To the end of this song,
To the end of this song,
To the end of this song,
To the end of this song…

Soon I’ll be a-
-lone…
Take all you
can…
Please un...der
-stand
That it never really was love

(Solos 🙂 same chord progression as the first verse

All I give are little clues
Maybe one day I’ll get through
There is nothing I can do
I just keep on lying to you

To play the most songs, including Keep on Lying by Tame Impala by ukulele, the most crucial basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord.
These set you up to play a many of songs, and each of them is easy to learn.

If you are searching for Nangs ukulele chords, you already visit to the best site.
You can play versatile instrument Nangs using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Tame Impala can also be played by that instruments.
=

Nangs chords has rhythm and included in Currents (2015) album.
You can also get other musical genres, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Nangs by Tame Impala Ukulele Chords


CHORDS:

e|–5——–3——–5—————–3—————–4–|
B|–5——–3——–6——–5——–5——–8——–4–|
G|–5——–4——–7——–5——–4——–8——–5–|
D|–7——–5——–7——–5——–5——–8——–6–|
A|–7——–5——–5——–3——–3——–6——–6–|
E|–5——–3——————————————–4–|

But is there something more than that?

But is there something more than that?

…………..But is there something more than that?

…………..But is there something more than that?

…………..But is there something more than that?

But is there something more than that?

…………..But is there something more than that?

…………..But is there something more than that?

…………..But is there something more than that?

But is there something more than that?

…………..But is there something more than that?

…………..But is there something more than that?

…………..But is there something more than that? (Fade Out)

To play the this songs, including Nangs by Tame Impala by ukulele, the most crucial basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord.
These set you up to play a a lot of songs, and each of them is easy to master.

If you are searching for The Moment ukulele chords, you already visit to the right site.
You can play versatile instrument The Moment using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Tame Impala can also be played by that instruments.
=

The Moment chords has rhythm and included in Currents (2015) album.
You can also find other musical genres, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

The Moment by Tame Impala Ukulele Chords

Chords

[Dmaj7/F#]

-2- -3- -5- -2- -x- -x- -x- -5-
-2- -3- -3- -3- -7- -3- -5- -5-
-2- -4- -4- -2- -7- -4- -6- -6-
-4- -5- -5- -4- -7- -4- -6- -7-
-4- -5- -5- -4- -5- -2- -4- -7-
-2- -3- -3- -2- -x- -x- -x- -5-

Intro:

F#m G F#m G F#m G F#m Gadd9 x2

In the end, it’s stronger than I know how to be

And I can’t just spend my whole lifetime wondering

I fell in love with the sound of my heels on the wooden floor

I don’t want our footsteps to be silent anymore

Want them to be in the momeeeeeent

Storm clouds are closiiiiing

In the end, it’s gone, and there’s nothing left to do

But I’m still not certain just how I’m gonna feel

I only know in the momeeeeeent

And anticipation is growiiiiing

[Dmaj7/F#]

It’s getting closer

It’s getting closer

It’s getting closer

It’s getting closer

Solo (chords during last part)

F#m G F#m G F#m G F#m Gadd9 x2

[Dmaj7/F#]

It’s getting closer

It’s getting closer

It’s getting closer

It’s getting closer

It’s getting closer

It’s getting closer

It’s getting closer

It’s getting closer

It’s getting closer

It’s getting closer

It’s getting closer

Solo:

e ————————————————————————————-
B ————————————————(7h8p7)——————————
G –4–6–7~~~~6–4s6-4s2–2s6s4s2—————————————————–
D ———————————-5p4————————————————
A ————————————————————————————-
E ————————————————————————————-
e ————————————————————————————-
B ————————————————————————————-
G –4–6–7~~~~6–4s6-4s2–2s6s4s2—————————————————–
D ———————————-5p4————————————————
A —————————————7~~7s9—————————————-
E ————————————————————————————-

To play the most songs, including The Moment by Tame Impala by ukulele, the most crucial basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord.
These set you up to play a many of songs, and each of them is easy to master.

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You can play versatile instrument She Just Won’t Believe Me using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Tame Impala can also be played by that instruments.
=

She Just Won’t Believe Me chords has rhythm and included in Lonerism (2012) album.
You can also find another musical genres, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

She Just Won’t Believe Me by Tame Impala Ukulele Chords


Tame Impala – She Just Won’t Believe Me

Short but impressive song by the Australian psychedelic group.




But she just won’t believe me, she just won’t believe me
I never meant to see him but she just won’t believe me

To play the most songs, including She Just Won’t Believe Me by Tame Impala by ukulele, the most important basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord.
These set you up to play a many of songs, and each of them is easy to master.

If you are searching for Nangs ukulele chords, you already visit to the best site.
You can play versatile instrument Nangs using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Tame Impala can also be played by that instruments.
=

Nangs chords has rhythm and included in Currents (2015) album.
You can also get another musical style, including jazz ukulele chords, country music ukulele chords, pop ukulele chords, world music ukulele chords, and rock ukulele chords here.

Nangs by Tame Impala Ukulele Chords


CHORDS:

e|–5——–3——–5—————–3—————–4–|
B|–5——–3——–6——–5——–5——–8——–4–|
G|–5——–4——–7——–5——–4——–8——–5–|
D|–7——–5——–7——–5——–5——–8——–6–|
A|–7——–5——–5——–3——–3——–6——–6–|
E|–5——–3——————————————–4–|

But is there something more than that?

But is there something more than that?

…………..But is there something more than that?

…………..But is there something more than that?

…………..But is there something more than that?

But is there something more than that?

…………..But is there something more than that?

…………..But is there something more than that?

…………..But is there something more than that?

But is there something more than that?

…………..But is there something more than that?

…………..But is there something more than that?

…………..But is there something more than that? (Fade Out)

To play the most songs, including Nangs by Tame Impala by ukulele, the most crucial basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord.
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Feels Like We Only Go Backwards by Tame Impala Ukulele Chords

Capo: 3

Chords used:
Em D A Bm Amaj7/E[/ch] E

e|–0—-2—-0—-2—-0—–0–|
B|–0—-3—-2—-3—-2—–0–|
G|–0—-2—-2—-4—-1—–1–|
D|–2—-0—-2—-4—-2—–2–|
A|–2—-x—-0—-2—-0—–2–|
E|–0—-x—-x—-x—-0—–0–|


It feels like I only go backwards, baby
Every part of me says go ahead
I got my hopes up again, oh no not again
Feels like we only go backwards darlin’
[ Tab from: http://www.guitartabs.cc/tabs/t/tame_impala/feels_like_we_only_go_backwards_crd_ver_3.html ]
Bm Amaj7/E[/ch]
I know that you think you sound silly when you call my name
But I hear it inside my head all day
when I realize I’m just holding on to the hope that maybe
Your feelings don’t show

It feels like I only go backwards, baby
Every part of me says go ahead
I got my hopes up again, oh no not again
It feels like we only go backwards darlin’

Bm Amaj7/E[/ch]
The seed of all this indecision isn’t me, oh no

Cause I decided long ago
but that’s the way it seems to go when trying so hard to get to something real
It feels

3x
It feels like I only go backwards, darlin’
Every part of me says go ahead
I got my hopes up again, oh no not again
Feels like we only go backwards darlin’

To play the this songs, including Feels Like We Only Go Backwards by Tame Impala by ukulele, the most important basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord.
These set you up to play a ton of songs, and each of them is easy to learn.

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You can play versatile instrument Nothing That Has Happened So Far Has Been Anything We Could Control using ukulele or guitar.
This song by Tame Impala can also be played by that instruments.
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Nothing That Has Happened So Far Has Been Anything We Could Control by Tame Impala Ukulele Chords







Nothing has happened so far has been anything we could controoool
I have just been waiting for the perfect time to tell you I don’t knoooow
Maybe I’m just reading into it a little deeper than I shoooould
We would make it easy we would take it slowly if only we coooould

[Db6/Ab]

Voices: Hey
What are you doing out here?
You’re thinking about everything, aren’t you?
I know it’s crazy, but just don’t think of it like that
Nothing has to mean anything
Come on, come back inside


Elodie
Look at me
Unless you’re trying to hurt me

Heavy blow
Down I go
Now I just to want to let go

Is it right?
Is it wrong?
I don’t know
It’s not the [B/A#]cause I’m fighting for
Anymore
But it sucks to keep on running

Eventually
There will be
A time for clearer thinking
For now I weep
Can’t get no sleep
I try to hold a good feeling

I just get one
Here it comes
There it goes
And [B/A#]we just might
Lose the fight, yeah
But it’s alright
It wasn’t our decision



Nothing has happened so far has been anything we could controoool
I have just been waiting for the perfect time to tell you I don’t knoooow
Every man is happy until happiness is suddenly a gooooal
I’ll just be here waiting till the doctor calls and then I’ll let you knooow


To play the this songs, including Nothing That Has Happened So Far Has Been Anything We Could Control by Tame Impala by ukulele, the most crucial basic ukulele chords to learn are C chord, D chord, G chord, and Em chord.
These set you up to play a a lot of songs, and each of them is easy to master.