Cry Me A River Uke tab by Justin Timberlake

4 Chords used in the song: em, am, g, d

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Original tuning : +1.0 step(s) [ ? ]
Em Em          Am Am   
You were my sun
G G D D
You were my earth
Em Em Am Am G G D D
But you didn't know all the ways I loved you, no
Em Em Am Am
So you took a chance
G G D D
And made other plans
Em Em Am Am G G D D
But I bet you didn't think that they would come crashing down, no
Em Em Am Am
You don't have to say, what you did,
G G D D Em Em
I already know, I found out from him
Em Em Am Am G G
Now there's just no chance, for you and me, there'll never be
D D Em Em
And don't it make you sad about it


Em Em Am Am
You told me you loved me
G G D D
Why did you leave me, all alone
Em Em Am Am
Now you tell me you need me
G G D D
When you call me, on the phone
Em Em Am Am G G
Girl I refuse, you must have me confused
D D
With some other guy
Em Em Am Am G G
Your bridges were burned, and now it's your turn
D D
To cry
Em Em Am Am
Cry me a river
Am Am G G D D
Cry me a river-er
Em Em Am Am
Cry me a river
Am Am G G D D
Cry me a river-er, yea yea

 

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HoneyBunkey avatar
I like this version because I can also play a mashup of Say My Name and Cry Me A River!
25 Jul 2013
carolknows avatar
Works better as a C instead of a G, imo.
26 Jan 2013
About this song

"Cry Me a River" is the second single from Justin Timberlake's solo debut album Justified. Released on December 17, 2002, the single, which features guest vocals and production by Timbaland & Scott Storch, won Timberlake a Grammy Award for "Best Male Pop Vocal Performance" in 2004. The song title comes from Cry Me a River written in 1953 by Arthur Hamilton and sung by Julie London in the cult Jayne Mansfield movie "The Girl Can't Help It".