Bellyache Uke tab by Billie Eilish

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[Intro]
C chordC Am chordAm Em chordEm
My
C chordC Am chordAm Em chordEm
My
C chordC Am chordAm Em chordEm


[Verse 1]
C chordC
Sitting all alone
Am chordAm
Mouth full of gum
Em chordEm
In the driveway
C chordC
My friends aren't far
Am chordAm
In the back of my car
Em chordEm
Lay their bodies


[Pre-chorus]
C chordC Am chordAm
Where's my mind
Em chordEm
Where's my mind


[Verse 2]
C chordC
They'll be here pretty soon
Am chordAm
Looking through my room
Em chordEm
For the money
C chordC
I'm biting my nails
Am chordAm
I'm too young to go to jail
Em chordEm
It's kinda funny


[Pre-chorus]
C chordC Am chordAm
Where's my mind
Em chordEm
Where's my mind
C chordC Am chordAm
Where's my mind
Em chordEm
Where's my mind


[Chorus]
C chordC
Maybe it's in the gutter
Am chordAm
Where I left my lover
Em chordEm
What an expensive fate
C chordC
My V is for Vendetta
Am chordAm
Thought that I'd feel better
Em chordEm
But now I got a bellyache


[Verse 3]
C chordC
Everything I do
Am chordAm
The way I wear my noose
Em chordEm
Like a necklace
C chordC
I wanna make 'em scared
Am chordAm
Like I could be anywhere
Em chordEm
Like I'm reckless


[Bridge]
C chordC Am chordAm
I lost my mind
Em chordEm
I don't mind
C chordC Am chordAm
Where's my mind
Em chordEm
Where's my mind


[Chorus]
C chordC
Maybe it's in the gutter
Am chordAm
Where I left my lover
Em chordEm
What an expensive fate
C chordC
My V is for Vendetta
Am chordAm
Thought that I'd feel better
Em chordEm
But now I got a bellyache

C chordC
Maybe it's in the gutter
Am chordAm
Where I left my lover
Em chordEm
What an expensive fate
C chordC
My V is for Vendetta
Am chordAm Em chordEm
Thought that I'd feel better

 

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About this song

In Billie Eilish’s fifth song, she is talking out of the perspective of a psychopath, who is left with his actions, regretting these resulting in commiting suicide. Read more on Last.fm.

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