What A Catch Donnie Uke tab by Fall Out Boy (Baritone Chords)

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A chordA Bm chordBm
I got troubled thoughts
D chordD Bm chordBm
And the self-esteem to match
D chordD C#m chordC#m D chordD Bm chordBm
What a catch what a catch
D chordD Bm chordBm
Whoa
A chordA Bm chordBm
You'll never catch us
D chordD Bm chordBm
So just let me be
D chordD
Said I'll be fine
C#m chordC#m D chordD Bm chordBm
Till the hospital or American Embassy
D chordD Bm chordBm F#m chordF#m
Miss Flack said I still want you back
D chordD Bm chordBm F#m chordF#m
Yeah Miss Flack said I still want you back
F chordF C chordC
I got troubled thoughts
F chordF C chordC
And the self-esteem to match
Bb chordBb A chordA Bb chordBb A chordA
What a catch what a catch
F chordF
And all I can think of
c F chordF
Is the way I'm the one
C chordC
Who charmed the one
Bb chordBb A chordA
Who gave up on you
Bb chordBb A chordA
Who gave up on you
A chordA Bm chordBm
They say the captain
D chordD Bm chordBm
Goes down with the ship
D chordD C#m chordC#m
So when the world ends
D chordD Bm chordBm
Will God go down with it
D chordD Bm chordBm F#m chordF#m
Miss Flack said I still want you back
D chordD Bm chordBm F#m chordF#m
Yeah Miss Flack said I still want you back
F chordF C chordC
I got troubled thoughts
F chordF C chordC
And the self-esteem to match
Bb chordBb A chordA Bb chordBb A chordA
What a catch what a catch
F chordF
And all I can think of
c F chordF
Is the way I'm the one
C chordC
Who charmed the one
Bb chordBb A chordA
Who gave up on you
Bb chordBb A chordA
Who gave up on you
A chordA
What a catch
Bm chordBm
What a catch
F#m chordF#m
What a catch
Bm chordBm D chordD
What a catch
A chordA Bm chordBm D chordD
I will never end up like him
Bm chordBm D chordD
Behind my back I already am

Keep a calendar
BM chordBM A chordA Bm chordBm D chordD
This way you will always know

F chordF C chordC
I got troubled thoughts
F chordF C chordC
And the self-esteem to match
Bb chordBb A chordA Bb chordBb A chordA
What a catch what a catch
F chordF
And all I can think of
c F chordF
Is the way I'm the one
C chordC
Who charmed the one
Bb chordBb A chordA
Who gave up on you
Bb chordBb A chordA
Who gave up on you
F chordF C chordC
I got troubled thoughts
F chordF C chordC
And the self-esteem to match
Bb chordBb A chordA Bb chordBb A chordA
What a catch what a catch
F chordF
And all I can think of
c F chordF
Is the way I'm the one
C chordC
Who charmed the one
Bb chordBb A chordA
Who gave up on you
Bb chordBb A chordA
Who gave up on you
F chordF C chordC
Where is your boy tonight
F chordF C chordC
I hope he is a gentleman
Bb chordBb A chordA
We're going down down in an earlier round
Bb chordBb A chordA
And sugar we're goin' down swinging
F chordF C chordC
Dance dance we're falling apart to halftime
F chordF C chordC
Dance dance and these are the lives
Bb chordBb A chordA
This ain't a scene it's a goddamn arms race
Bb chordBb A chordA
This ain't a scene it's a goddamn arms race
F chordF C chordC
One night and one more time
F chordF
Thanks for the memories
C chordC Bb chordBb
Even though they weren't so great
A chordA Bb chordBb
He tastes like you only sweeter
A chordA Bm chordBm
I got troubled thoughts
D chordD Bm chordBm
And the self-esteem to match
D chordD C#m chordC#m D chordD Bm chordBm
What a catch what a catch

 

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14 May 2018
About this song

"What a Catch, Donnie" is Fall Out Boy's second digital download single and third radio single from their fourth studio album Folie à Deux (2008). It was first released as part of the build up to the new album on iTunes on October 14, 2008 and charted on the US and Canadian singles charts. The track features numerous musicians performing cameo appearances in the song, singing lines from past Fall Out Boy songs. Bassist/lyricist Pete Wentz has said that he wrote the song to remind himself of vocalist/guitarist Patrick Stump. Read more on Last.fm.