Cocoon Uke tab by Milky Chance

5 Chords used in the song: D#, Dm, Gm, A#, F

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D# D#  Dm Dm     Gm Gm     A# A#     D# D#
Eh-ah, eh-ah, eh-ah, eh-oh
Dm Dm Gm Gm A# A#
Eh-ah, eh-ah, oh
D# D# Dm Dm Gm Gm A# A# D# D#
Eh-ah, eh-ah, eh-ah, eh-oh
Dm Dm Gm Gm A# A#
Eh-ah, eh-ah, oh


D# D# Dm Dm Gm Gm A# A# D# D# Dm Dm Gm Gm A# A#
I know that you must feel like facing with ruin, facing with ruin
D# D# Dm Dm Gm Gm A# A# D# D# Dm Dm Gm Gm A# A#
I messed it up as always, I'm afraid of losing, I'm afraid of losing
D# D# Dm Dm Gm Gm A# A#
I made you thinking oh, so wrong
D# D# Dm Dm Gm Gm A# A#
I made you feeling the worst
D# D# Dm Dm Gm Gm A# A#
And I don't know how to get along
D# D# Dm Dm Gm Gm F F
With myself when I'm weakened, when I'm weakened


D# D# Dm Dm Gm Gm A# A#
So let's go back to our cocoon
D# D# Dm Dm Gm Gm A# A#
On the blackened afternoon
D# D# Dm Dm Gm Gm A# A#
I see your heart is bleeding too
D# D# Dm Dm Gm Gm
Let me bleed instead of you
D# D# Dm Dm Gm Gm A# A#
So let's go back to our cocoon
D# D# Dm Dm Gm Gm A# A#
On the blackened afternoon
D# D# Dm Dm Gm Gm A# A#
I see your heart is bleeding too
D# D# Dm Dm Gm Gm A# A# D# D#
Let me bleed instead of you, let me bleed, let me bleed
Dm Dm Gm Gm A# A# D# D#
Eh-ah, eh-ah, let me bleed, let me bleed
Dm Dm Gm Gm A# A# D# D# Dm Dm Gm Gm A# A#
Eh-ah, eh-ah, instead of you

 

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Jmannino avatar
flag for AR(ISO2) (Tucumán )
the easiest way to play it is in +2
05 Mar 2018
About this song

“Cocoon” is Milky Chance’s first song since their 2013 debut album, Sadnecessary. Guitarist Antonio Greger joined the group last year, as well.According to a press release, the title “Cocoon” is intended to let fans know the duo— lead vocalist and guitarist Clemens Rehbein and DJ and producer Philipp Dausch—have used the last three years off from music to return to a “place of serenity” for their next album. Read more on Last.fm.