Misery Uke tab by Maroon 5

6 Chords used in the song: C, B, Em, Am, D, G

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intro: C C     B B

Oh yeah
Oh yeah

C C
So scared of breaking it
B B Em Em
But you won't let it bend
C C
And I wrote two hundred letters
B B Em Em
I won't ever send
C C
Somehow it is cut so much
B B Em Em
Deeper then they seem
C C
You'd rather cover up
B B Em Em
I'd rather let them be


C C
So let me be
B B
And I'll set you free


[CHORUS]
Em Em Am Am D D G G
I am in misery
Em Em Am Am
There ain't no other
D D G G
Who can comfort me
Em Em Am Am D D G G
Why won't you answer me?
Em Em Am Am D D G G
Your silence is slowly killing me

Em Em Am Am
Girl you really got me bad
D D G G
You really got me bad
Em Em Am Am
I'm gonna get you back
D D G G
Gonna get you back


(same chords as the 1st verse)
Your salty skin and how
It mixes in with mine
The way it feels to be
Completely intertwined
It's not that I didn't care
It's that I didn't know
It's not what I didn't feel,
It's what I didn't show
So let me be
And I'll set you free

[CHORUS]
(I am in misery...)

C C
Say your faith is shaken
B B
You may be mistaken
Em Em
You keep me wide awake and
G G
Waiting for the sun
C C
I'm desperate and confused
B B
So far away from you
G G
I'm getting here
B B
Don't care where I have to go

Em Em Am Am D D G G
Why do you do what you do to me, yeah
Em Em Am Am D D G G
Why won't you answer me, answer me yeah
Em Em Am Am D D G G
Why do you do what you do to me yeah
Em Em Am Am D D G G
Why won't you answer me, answer me yeah

[CHORUS]
(I am in misery...)

 

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tb
07 Oct 2010
About this song

"Misery" is a track by Maroon 5 from their third studio album Hands All Over. According to the Misery Songfacts, the song documents the decay of a relationship, familiar territory for Maroon 5. Frontman Adam Levine told MTV News: "Relationships are difficult, and it's good therapy to write about them."