I Hate Myself For Loving You Uke tab by Joan Jett And The Blackhearts

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Cm Cm
Midnight ,gettin' uptight. Where are you?
F F
You said you'd meet me, now it's quarter to two
G G
I know I'm hangin' but I'm still wantin' you.
Cm Cm
Hey, Jack, It's a fact they're talkin' in town.
F F
I turn my back and you're messin' around.
G G
I'm not really jealous, don't like lookin' like a clown.

D# D# F F
I think of you ev'ry night and day.
D# D# F F G G
You took my heart, then you took my pride away.

Cm Cm
I hate myself for loving you .
F F
Can't break free from the the things that you do.
G G
I wanna walk but I run back to you, that's why
Cm Cm A# A# Cm Cm A# A# d
I hate myself for loving you .

Cm Cm
Daylight, spent the night without you.
F F
But I've been dreamin' 'bout the lovin' you do.
G G
I won't be as angry 'bout the hell you put me through.
Cm Cm
Hey, man, bet you can treat me right.
F F
You just don't know what you was missin' last night.
G G
I wanna see your face and say forget it just from spite.

Cm Cm
I hate myself for loving you .
F F
Can't break free from the the things that you do.
G G
I wanna walk but I run back to you, that's why
Cm Cm
I hate myself for loving you. I hate myself for loving you.
F F
Can't break free from the things that you do.
G G
I wanna walk but I run back to you, that's why
Cm Cm A# A#
I hate myself for loving you . I hate myself
Cm Cm Cm Cm
for loving you . I hate myself for loving you

 

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About this song

"I Hate Myself for Loving You" is a 1988 song from Joan Jett and the Blackhearts and the first single from the album Up Your Alley. The song reached #8 on the Billboard Hot 100, Jett's third single to reach the Top 10, but her first since "Crimson and Clover" in 1982. Former Rolling Stones guitarist Mick Taylor played the guitar solo in the song. Read more on Last.fm.