You're Beautiful Uke tab by James Blunt

4 Chords used in the song: c, g, am, f

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Verse 1:
C C
My life is brilliant
G G
My love is pure
Am Am
I saw an angel
F F
Of that I'm sure
C C
She smiled at me on the subway
G G
She was with another man
Am Am
But I won't lose no sleep on that
F F
'Cause I've got a plan

Chorus:
F F G G
You're beautiful
C C
You're beautiful
F F G G C C
You're beautiful, it's true
F F G G
I saw your face
C C Am Am
In a crowded place
F F G G Am Am
And I don't know what to do
F F G G C C
'Cause I'll never be with you

Verse 2:
C C
Yes, she caught my eye
AG
As we walked on by
Am Am
She could see from my face that I was
F F
Flying high
C C G G
And I don't think that I'll see her again
Am Am F F
But we shared a moment that will last to the end

Chorus:
F F AG
You're beautiful
C C
You're beautiful
F F G G C C
You're beautiful, it's true
C C G G
I saw your face
C C Am Am
In a crowded place
F F G G Am Am
And I don't know what to do
F F G G C C
'Cause I'll never be with you


F F C C F F C C F F C C G G
La-la-la-la La-la-la-la La-la-la-la La-a

F F G G
You're beautiful
C C
You're beautiful
F F G G C C
You're beautiful, it's true
F F G G
There must be an angel
C C Am Am
With a smile on her face
F F G G Am Am
When she thought up that I should be with you
F F G G Am Am
But it's time to face the truth
F F G G C C
I will never be with you

 

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Cristina84 avatar
Rasgueo???
01 Apr 2020
danielfloyd avatar
flag for US(ISO2) (Morgan)
Good chords. the second chorus is a little inconsistent, but I figured it out by looking at the other ones.
25 Apr 2018
About this song

Medium to slow -paced love ballad primarily of acoustic guitar strumming backing up a single male vocalist (higher pitched than James Taylor - most noted during choral refrain) . Lower notes & delayed cadence, underlying lyrics of appreciation, generate a 'bittersweet' attribute. As juxtapositions historically, this intuitively orchestrates subliminal discrepancy analysis & attempts at interpretative resolution (including contextually expansive introspection & past reflection ) .