Breakfast At Tiffanys Uke tab by Deep Blue Something

3 Chords used in the song: A#, D#, F

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Verse 1:

A# A# D# D# F F A# A# D# D# F F A# A#
You say that we've got nothing in common, no common ground to start from,
D# D# F F A# A# D# D# F F
and we're falling apart.
A# A# D# D# F F A# A# D# D# F F A# A#
You'll say the world has come between us, our lives have come between us,
D# D# F F A# A# D# D# F F
still I know you just don't care.


Chorus 1:

A# A# F F D# D# A# A# F F
And I said what about Breakfast at Tiffany's, she said I think I remember
D# D# A# A# F F D# D# A# A# F F
that film and as I recall I think we both kind of liked it, and I said well
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that's the one thing we've got.


Guitar solo


Verse 2:

A# A# D# D# F F A# A# D# D# F F A# A# D# D#
I see you're the only one who knew me and now your eyes see through me, I
F F A# A# D# D# F F
guess I was wrong.
A# A# D# D# F F A# A# D# D# F F A# A#
So what now it's plain to see were over and I hate it when things are over
D# D# F F A# A# D# D# F F
and so much is left undone.


Chorus 2: same as chorus 1

 

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About this song

The Song "Breakfast at Tiffany's" is a song by American rock band Deep Blue Something, released in 1995 on their album Home. The song is a reference to the classic Audrey Hepburn movie of the same name, and is sung from the perspective of a young man faced with a potential break-up with his girlfriend. Desperate to find common ground, the singer can only think of a vague memory that they both like the film Breakfast at Tiffany's, and argues that the tenuous link between the lovers should serve as enough motivation for them to work out their problems and stay together as a couple.