This Is The Stuff Uke tab by Francesca Battistelli

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Normal tuning if you put a capo on the second fret
Otherwise tune it up a whole step from standard
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Intro: C chordC
C chordC Am/C chordAm/C
I lost my keys in the great unknown
G chordG C chordC G chordG
And call me please 'Cuz I can't find my phone

Chorus:
C chordC
This is the stuff that drives me crazy
c* or Am/C chordAm/C
This is the stuff that's getting to me lately
G chordG
In the middle of my little mess
F chordF
I forget how big I'm blessed
C chordC
This is the stuff that gets under my skin
C chordC
But I gotta trust You know exactly what You're doing
G chordG
It might not be what I would choose
F chordF C chordC G chordG
But this is the stuff You use
C chordC Am/C chordAm/C
in a 3
G chordG C chordC
Sirens and fines while I'm running behind
G chordG
Whoa
Chorus:
C chordC
This is the stuff that drives me crazy
c* or Am/C chordAm/C
This is the stuff that's getting to me lately
G chordG
In the middle of my little mess
F chordF
I forget how big I'm blessed
C chordC
This is the stuff that gets under my skin
C chordC
But I gotta trust You know exactly what You're doing
G chordG
It might not be what I would choose
F chordF C chordC G chordG
But this is the stuff You use


i didn't hear uke after or during the bridge
if you want to play the bridge/end chorus
its the same chords
Chorus same order as the previous choruses
bridge- different order

 

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About this song

According to the This Is The Stuff Songfacts, this upbeat song written by Battistelli, along with Ian Eskelin and Tony Wood, expresses the frustrations of every day life that often drive us crazy but in the end teach us patience and thankfulness.

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