Roll With It Uke tab by Oasis

10 Chords used in the song: D7,C9,G,A,Asus42,Asus4,C,B,D,F

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Intro
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D7 D7 C9 C9 G G D7 D7 C9 C9 G G D7 D7 C9 C9 G G D7 D7 C9 C9 A A

# (The "A A" is followed by quickly playing : A A Asus2 Asus2 A A Asus4 Asus4 A A Asus2 Asus2 A A)

Verse 1
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G G
You gotta roll with it, you gotta take it slow,

you gotta say what you say, don't let anybody get in your way,
C C* B B* Asus4 Asus4 G G
'coz it's all too much for me to take
G G
Don't ever stand aside, don't ever be denied,

you wanna be who'd be if you're coming with me
C C* B B* Asus4 Asus4
I think I've got a feeling I've lost inside
C C* B B* Asus4 Asus4
I think I'm gonna take me away and hide
C C* B B* D D G G
I'm thinking of things that I just can't abide

Chorus
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F F G G
I know the roads down which your life will drive
F F G G
I found the key that lets you slip inside
F F G G
kiss the girl she's not behind the door
F F
I know I think I recognize your face
C C D D
but I've never seen you before

tab for the end of chorus:

but I've never seen you before

A----------3------------------5-3-5-2p0-2-5----
E----------0-----------------------------------
C----------4----------------4------------------
G----------0------------------2---2-------2----

Verse 2
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# [SAME AS VERSE 1]


Chorus
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Verse again
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# End
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About this song

"Roll with It" is a song by British rock band Oasis written by their lead guitarist Noel Gallagher. It was released on 14 August 1995 as the second single from their second album (What's the Story) Morning Glory?, reaching #2 in the UK Singles Chart. "Roll with It" received a great deal of attention when Food Records, the label of Britpop rivals Blur, moved the original release date of single "Country House" to clash with it, sparking what came to be known as "The Battle of Britpop".