Alice Uke tab by Avril Lavigne

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Intro: G--- x4


Verse 1:
G G
Creeping out
Spinning around
Im underground
F F
I fall down
G G
Yeah I fall down
G G
Im freaking out
Where am I know?
Upside down
F F
And I can stop it now
It cant stop me now


Chorus 1:
C C Am Am G G F F
ohh I'll get by
C C Am Am G G F F
ohh I'll survive
C C
When the worlds crashing down
Am Am
When Im falling hit the ground
G G
I'll just turn myself around
Dont you try to
C C Am Am G G Dm Dm
stop me ohh I'll won't cry



Verse 2:
G G
I'll play the game
but I can't stay
I've Got my head on straight
F F
And I'm not gonna change
G G
I'm not gonna change
G G
I'll win the race
Keep up with the pace
today is the day
F F
that I start to pray
G--
You can't get it my way no


Verse 3:
Dm Dm Am Am C C G G
I found myself in wonderland
Dm Dm Am Am C C G G
Get back on my feet again
Dm Dm Am Am C C G G
Is this real? Is the pretend?
Dm Dm Am Am C C G G
I'll take a stand until the end


Chorus 2:
C C Am Am G G F F
ohh I'll get by
C C Am Am G G F F
ohh I'll survive
C C
When the worlds crashing down
Am Am
When Im falling hit the ground
G G
I'll just turn myself around
Dont you try to
C C Am Am G G
stop me ohh I'll won't cry


(Repeat Chorus 1)


Outro: Dm Dm(hold)

 

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About this song

Alice is an pop rock song written and performed by canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne for the soundtrack to the 2010 film Alice in Wonderland, entitled Almost Alice. The song is a mid-tempo ballad sung from the perspective of the film's lead character, Alice. According to Lavigne, she wrote the song after asking Disney executives and director Tim Burton for a role on the soundtrack. The song was produced by Butch Walker and mixed by Lavigne's former husband Deryck Whibley (Sum 41). It is Lavigne's first entirely self-written song.